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Last Chance to Join the Lights Fun & Win
We have a number of decked-out homes on the Midtown Holiday Light Tour map, but we're still looking for more! Have you decorated your home for the holidays? We want you on the Midtown Holiday Light Tour map! It will only take a moment to register your home.
We've got some great prizes on the line, including a 'People's Choice' 1st place cash prize of $250. The deadline to make sure your home is submitted in consideration for prizes is TODAY, December 14 by 11:59 p.m.
Beginning Monday, December 21, all locations will only be open for the following in-person services: curbside pickup of materials (books, DVDs, etc.) and computer use (first-come, first-served; 1-hour limit).
Curbside pickup will be available at all IndyPL locations during all open hours. Patrons can access the catalog on their website to place a hold online or call their nearest branch for assistance. Once their hold is available, patrons can easily schedule a pickup online or over the phone. All book drops will remain open for returning materials.
Computers will be available on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis. There will be a 1-hour time limit for computer activity. Printing, photocopying, scanner use, and faxing can be done during this time slot. Additionally, Wi-Fi is accessible in many library parking lots.
The Jazz Kitchen is now re-open at 50% capacity following its temporary closure earlier this year due to COVID-19. During the seven-month closure, The Jazz Kitchen underwent interior updates making the space more open, easier to sanitize, and providing patrons more options to enjoy their live music and dining experience.
Updates include the installation of touch-less faucets, towel dispensers, and soap & sanitization stations throughout the restaurant; staff temperature checks prior to every shift; staff mask requirements for every shift; reduced and flexible floor plan to allow for social distancing; and disinfecting of all surfaces before and after every show. Patrons will be required to wear face coverings.
The Jazz Kitchen is also available for holiday catering needs, featuring a large selection of appetizers and entree items for all occasions. Contact David Wyrick at 317-253-4900 for more information. Carryout is available on show nights (Friday, Saturday, & Monday nights.
City Requests Proposals: 2021 Neighborhood Infrastructure Projects
Are you part of a community-based organization? Is there an infrastructure project you'd like to see happen in your neighborhood? Make sure to apply for 2021 Indianapolis Neighborhood Infrastructure Partnership projects by January 29, 2021!
This is the fourth year accepting proposals with this unique community partnership program. Up to $4 million in matching funds are available for new projects including roads, sidewalks, multi-use paths, and bridges.
Indy Parks is looking for lifeguards, pool cashiers, and more at parks across 212 Indianapolis parks for the summer of 2021. Starting pay ranges from $10-15 per hour with lifeguards starting at $12 per hour. Applicants must be 16 or older to apply.
Did you check out the Midtown Holiday Light Tour, but still want more festive holiday fun? Enjoy even more lights with the family at Newfield's Winterlights or the Indiana State Fairgrounds' Christmas Nights of Lights, both running now through January 3.
Midtown Indianapolis Inc. | 3965 N. Meridian Street, Suite G | Indianapolis, IN 46208
Our mission: To enhance the sense of place, attract community and business development, to support our many local businesses and cultural institutions and to encourage public/private investment in Midtown.
Midtown Indianapolis, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the economic growth and revitalization of a 12-square mile region known as Midtown Indianapolis. Our focus is on making things happen by creating connections and advocating for projects and programs that positively impact quality of life and economic vitality in Midtown Indianapolis.