SVBA April Social this Thursday April 21st at AJ’s Lounge + Great Indy Cleanup this Saturday April 23rd.

Please join the SVBA in welcoming Gwen Robinson and AJ’s Lounge to the neighborhood.  AJ’s Lounge is located at 1118 S. Meridian St.  It is right across the street from the Sacred Heart parish hall where we hold our meetings. The social starts at 5:00 pm and there will be appetizers and refreshments.

Also, don’t forget that this Saturday April 23rd from 8:15am-12:00pm is the Great Indy Cleanup and our area is the major focus of this year’s event.  It will be one of KIB’s largest volunteer projects of the year.  More than 400 volunteers will convene in the Stadium Village and Old Southside neighborhood — from South St. to Beecher St. between the White River and Madison Ave. — to join neighbors in street and alleyway cleanups, habitat restoration, community garden work, and planting hundreds of perennials and trees. Clean and green streets make happier, safer places to live.  To find out more details you can click below.

http://www.kibi.org/event/coming-soon-april-great-indy-cleanup/

Meeting Reminder: Tomorrow Wednesday April, 20th at 8:30am.

Join us for tomorrow’s meeting of the Stadium Village Business Association at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall at 1125 S. Meridian Street.   Doors open at 8 am for networking and the meeting will start at 8:30 am.

There is a lot going on in our area and some upcoming events where you can get involved.

We appreciate your participation in the SVBA and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

The April Great Indy Cleanup comes to Stadium Village and the Old Southside neighborhood

Mark your calendars for Saturday April 23. This will be KIB‘s (Keep Indianapolis Beautiful) largest volunteer project of the year.  More than 400 volunteers will convene in the Old Southside  and Stadium Village neighborhood — from South St. to Beecher St. between the White River and Madison Ave. — to join neighbors in street and alleyway cleanups, habitat restoration, community garden work, and planting hundreds of perennials and trees. Clean and green streets make happier, safer places to live. Sign up today to be a part of this transformative community and environmental improvement event.

Sign up here —>  http://www.kibi.org/event/coming-soon-april-great-indy-cleanup/

 

Meeting Reminder tomorrow: New location at the CityWay Y

We will NOT be meeting at our usual location in the Church Hall this Wednesday, Mar. 16th.  Should be an exciting meeting with all of the development plans going on in our neighborhood.  Come and see Blue Marble’s work they did for us last year.  Our resident architect and current President, Steve Alexander will have lots of info on the big screen to show us, as well as other happenings in the neighborhood.  The new YMCA is located at the corner of Delaware and South Street.  Can’t miss it.  There is free parking in the YMCA lot behind the Y.  Take a ticket and you will receive a parking voucher inside.  Hope you all can attend!  The meeting will start at 8:30 am at the CityWay YMCA in the community room on the first floor.  Turn Right when entering the Y from the parking lot.  Networking with coffee and bagels starts at 8:00 am.

Other items to be discussed:

Event planning for Trusted Mentors

Bison art work for the states bicentennial

Hope to see you there.

 

 

 

 

Meeting Reminder: Tomorrow Feb. 17th at 8:30am

Join us for tomorrow’s meeting of the Stadium Village Business Association at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall at 1125 S. Meridian Street.   Doors open at 8 am for networking and the meeting will start at 8:30 am.

The following topics will be on the agenda:

1.     Election
2.     Upcoming budget
3.     2016 agenda
4.     Sports park development

5.      Riverfront development and cleanup

We appreciate your participation in the SVBA and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Could the White River get a beach downtown? Maybe, says Visit Indy

Interesting article in the IBJ about the possibility of a beach along the White River.  The Stadium Village boundaries include parts of the White River and this would be a perfect addition to our area.  Check out the article at this link http://www.ibj.com/articles/print/56929-visit-indy-pursuing-development-of-white-rivers-downtown-shores