Touchy Subjects
These next four events from our November festival discuss subjects, ranging from marriage laws to prison re-entry, we may often avoid talking about.

The Journey Home from Prison 

Thursday, November 13, 7:00-9:00 PM

Free admission


One-third of Indiana's incarcerated population returns to prison because of minor technical rules violations (TRVs), not new crimes. Former prisoners and presenters talk about the impact of TRVs.


From Age-ing to Sage-ing

Wednesday, November 12, 1:30-3:30 PM

Free admission 

The elder third of life is a time of sharing, contributing, and becoming. Explore the use of journaling and wisdom circles, which can help you navigate this time with intention. Read more...

Will You Marry Me?

Wednesday, November 12, 6:30-9:00 PM

Free admission


Marital configurations have created legal and cultural debates for centuries in the U.S. Explore this history through interpretive performances and a panel discussion, as well as conversation and collage-making activities. Read more...

Awkward Conversations

Wednesday, November 12, 6:00-7:30 PM

Free admission

What does it feel like to be (race)? Group activities, presentations, and candid conversations explore race and cultural relationships in Indy. Read more...

Spirit & Place Event Competitions
A few of our events this November are paired with competitions, so here's a few deadlines to keep an eye on.

September 30th: One million Journeys, One Destination journey narrative and photography submission deadline. Submit here

October 1st: Faith to Freedom's Alpha Omega Art Contest submission deadline, winners will receive a monetary prize.

October 16th: Spirit Slam spoken-word contest entry deadline, top performances will receive monetary prizes. 


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Our journey began in 2005, in our 10-by-12 foot Greenwood home office. With a shared passion for trying new things, an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong set of core values, we launched an ecommerce business that, over the next few years, would dabble in a little bit of everything - like sending Santa letters to children and selling fashion accessories, cloth diapers and socks.

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