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36 W. Rampart, Shelbyville, IN, US, 46176

  • Phone: (317) 398-8044
  • Fax: (317) 398-8442
4.4 out of 5 (136 reviews)
91% of guests recommend this hotel

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Mars and The Massacre, Monofiction
Radio RadioMarch 27, 2015 9:00 PM
1119 East Prospect Street
Indianapolis, IN 46203
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Highlife At The Hi-fi
The Hi FiMarch 27, 2015 9:00 PM
1043 Virginia Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46203
When Doug Shaw, most notable as bassist for the band Gang Gang Dance, moved to New York from London at 19 years old, the only thing of value that accompanied the young musician was his acoustic guitar. After kicking around the city, busking and playing with different musicians--honing his unique fingerplucking style--Shaw and fellow musician, Mira Billotte, most notable for her work with White Magic, took a trip to a small island off the coast of Trinidad in 2008. The strong influence of island life off the cost of South America infiltrated the musical outlook of both Shaw and Billotte. The two started writing songs that paid homage to the carefree lifestyle and also to the respected lineage of indie rock bands from New York. After recording a bit of material, whilst on the island, the two liked the music they created so much that they decided to carry on with their project when they returned stateside.
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Rainmakers Young Professionals: Personal Development Series
Claddagh Irish PubMarch 27, 2015 11:30 AM
234 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225
The quarterly Personal Development Lunch is led by Lindsay Smith, a Professional Coach who works specifically with millennials, and helps young professionals find the resources they need to thrive and succeed, both professionally and personally. This quarter, Lindsay will talk about "How to Create a Game Plan for Professional Success." Seating is limited -- RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY! Speaker: Lindsay Smith (Lindsay Smith Coaching) -- The Personal Development Lunch is part of Rainmakers Young Professionals (RYP). Join the monthly networking event on the third Wednesday from 7:30-9:00am at Bella Pizzeria for the opportunity to build key relationships and collaborate with other sharp, growth-oriented young professionals in Indianapolis. Event Chair: Zach Taylor (Visiting Physicians Association) --
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Beer & Ballet
Athenaeum TheatreMarch 27, 2015 7:30 PM
401 East Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Friday & Saturday Jazz At Chatterbox
Chatterbox Jazz ClubMarch 27, 2015 10:30 PM
435 Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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2015 March Innovation Lunch
Hilbert Circle TheatreMarch 27, 2015 11:00 AM
45 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2919
"Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist," said Pablo Picasso. Yes, rules are meant to be broken. Join Centric in March when we hear from two leaders that are breaking the rules at their organizations. Learn how a rule-breaking, innovative mindset has brought successful new programs to both the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Leave knowledgable and empowered to go break a few rules in your own industries and organizations. Beth Perdue Outland is the Vice President, Community Engagement & Strategic Innovation for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Connecting people with inspiring musical experiences that meet community needs is the driving purpose for her ISO Learning Community program. By understanding the needs and aspirations of the community, the Learning Community team designs and delivers programs that apply the unique resources of a professional symphony in creative, engaging ways that benefit the Orchestra and the city. Beth is passionate about Indianapolis being an extraordinary place to live and work. She is a graduate of the Stanley K. Lacy Leadership Program, and serves on the board of Leadership Indianapolis and Centric Innovation Network. She also serves on Steering Committees for TEDx Indianapolis, the Music Crossroads Initiative and chairs the event selection committee for the Spirit and Place Festival.  Scott Stulen is an artist, writer, musician and the Curator of Audience Experiences and Performance at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He is the former Director of the McKnight Artist Fellowship for Photographers, Project Director of at the Walker Art Center and Associate Curator at the Rochester Art Center (MN). He has created and managed innovative on and off-line programming including the Internet Cat Video Festival (#catvidfest), Artist Designed Mini Golf, Community Supported Art (CSA), Field Trip, Drawing Club and was the co-curator of the Walker Art Centers ongoing Open Field initiative. He is the co-founder of SELLOUT gallery and has served on the board of The Soap Factory and TuckUnder Projects, both Minneapolis-based alternative art spaces. He has recently presented at the SXSW Interactive conference (Austin), CultureTECH (Northern Ireland) and TEDx (Indianapolis).
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