October 25th, 2016

City Suppers in Chatham Arch

by cgindy

On Sunday, October 16, we invited you to gather in your homes with friends and neighbors over a shared meal and to share ideas of what “home” means to you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting some of your photos and stories. This one is from Mary VanHoy, who organized a supper for her Chatham […]

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October 20th, 2016

Book Club Meets City Supper

by cgindy

Last Sunday, we invited you to gather in your homes with friends and neighbors over a shared meal and to share ideas of what “home” means to you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting some of your photos and stories. Our first comes from Erin Kelley, who lives in Midtown: City Suppers happened to […]

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October 4th, 2016

City Suppers Conversation Starters

by Isabelle Matthies, High School intern

Gather up your neighbors and prepare your cool-weather menu, because Sunday, October 16 marks the beginning of the 3rd Annual City Suppers! In partnership with Spirit & Place, the Harrison Center and City Gallery invites Indianapolis residents to participate in a community-building event, all from the comfort of your own home. Cook up a big […]

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September 22nd, 2016

Supper Time

by Nikki Owens

On Sunday, October 16th, the Harrison Center for the Arts, City Gallery and Spirit and Place invite you to be a part of the 3rd annual city-wide City Supper! City Suppers 2016 is a partnership effort to promote a movement of neighborliness, encouraging Indy residents to open their homes and welcome friends and neighbors throughout the year. While the main goal for […]

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November 25th, 2015

Noblesville City Suppers

by cgindy

by Luis Ruvalcaba This year’s City Supper was bigger and better than last years. While the meal remained largely unchanged (chili and mac and cheese) the group expanded to include friends from neighboring towns in addition to new friends from our neighborhood that we hadn’t known before. This year also included two new babies among the […]

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November 13th, 2015

City Suppers in Herron Morton

by cgindy

by Rachael Luther As a temporary resident of Indianapolis, the opportunity to host a few friends at my interim home was graciously provided to me by my host family, Kevin and Amy Hern. Though they were off to a city supper themselves, they eagerly allowed me to act as though their home was my own.  […]

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November 11th, 2015

City Suppers in Upper Canal

by cgindy

by Molly Senders When I saw that Harrison Center for the Arts was hosting a City Suppers Indy event, I immediately signed up. Nothing makes me happier or makes me feel more connected to my friends than having them gathered around a table, enjoying good food, good wine, and great stories. Though it’s not necessary […]

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October 14th, 2015

City Suppers Return!

by Emily Vanest

The City Gallery, in partnership with the Harrison Center for the Arts, Urban Times, Downtown Indy and Indiana Humanities, invites you to be part of our second annual “City Supper” on Sunday, November 8. You can make a pot of soup and invite neighbors to “bring a bowl and a side” or invite neighbors on […]

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January 6th, 2015

City Suppers, Meridian-Kessler Style

by cgindy

My boyfriend, Zach Reller, and I have thrown a number of parties and get-togethers since moving into our Meridian-Kessler home nearly three years ago. All modesty aside, we’re getting pretty darn good at putting good people together with good food and good brews for a great time. At least we think so—and we’ll use pretty […]

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January 2nd, 2015

City Suppers in Brookside, Holy Cross & Mapleton Fall Creek

by cgindy

Tonight Sarah Shaw and I had the great privilege of hosting our neighbors Frank & Dori Morton for dinner. The Mortons moved from Carmel to Brookside three years ago, and in 2014 the Shaws followed suit.  Now Frank and Dori live on the 1400 block of LaSalle Street, and the Shaws live on the 1500 […]

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