Open Bite Night: Reloaded was a great event for our community. A special thanks:
to our fellow neighborhood organizers ROE Creations who came up with the idea
to the MANY Northwest Area (UNWA) residents who came out to helped clean up and setup for the festival
to Groundwork Indy who helped clear brush and debris from the canal and surrounding streets for weeks leading up to this event,
to Nomads at IUPUI who came out early to help install the art and prepare walking paths,
to Flanner House of Indianapolis, Inc. and @Broadway UMC who all provided tables for vendors and organizations
to John Dickerson who set up an outdoor photography studio offering free portraits on the spot for residents.
to all the amazing cooks musicians, visual artists, comedians, and poets who worked to entertain and enlighten our community
to Reconnecting to Our Waterways and Central Indiana Community Foundation for helping to fund this event
to all the Learning Tree staff and artists who have worked tirelessly to support and coordinate between all the neighbors, volunteers, and institutions.
to all the artists who have worked on the art project for the past 6 months
to everyone who came out and shared in our joy and love for community.
to everyone who was a part that we may have missed,
It was truly a magical event.