The Historic Meridian Park neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA is bounded by 30th and 34th Streets, Pennsylvania Street, and Washington Boulevard.
When: Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 2:00 PM to ???
Where: Event will start at the Pocket Park, 215 E. 33rd Street
Cost: $10 per adult; kids are free
RSVP: By Saturday, April 15, 2017 to Jen Rozelle-Trinosky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-645-5065
Don your most festive attire, head to the Pocket Park, and join your neighbors on a spirited tour of front porches where hosts will have drinks prepared and light snacks. There will be food and drinks for the kids as well.
Proceeds go to the HMP Light Our Alleys initiative. The HMPNA board, with your support, is working to ensure all of the security lights in our neighborhood alleys are on and making our alleys as safe as possible.
Want to be a host? You provide the porch, snacks, and the beverages (be creative!). Hosts also get to do the rest of the porch crawl for free. If you are interested in hosting, call or email Jen Rozelle-Trinosky.
Perennial Plant Exchange
When: Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 10:00 AM
Where: Pocket Park, 215 E. 33rd Street
Details: Please join other neighbors in the very popular plant exchange. Share your bounty with neighbors and exchange your good planting fortune with other neighbors. This popular event is sure to satisfy the green thumb in everyone.
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The Historic Meridian Park neighborhood was farmland until the turn of the century. Then a bridge over Fall Creek and the personal automobile made commuting downtown much easier. This suburban environment, distanced from the noise and smoke of downtown, quickly became desirable and supplanted Woodruff Place and Irvington as the most exclusive and fashionable neighborhoods of their day.
Historic Meridian Park is a vibrant, safe neighborhood with a strong sense of community and connectivity. The social fabric of the neighborhood promotes respect for diversity, helping one another, and pride in our homes. Residents of all ages appreciate the unique aspects of living in a historic downtown community and recognize the important role they play in shaping its future.