This week's featured festival events highlight personal stories.

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Running Bravely Through Life

Saturday, November 8th, 1:00-4:00 PM

$12 regular admission / $10 seniors / $6 children



Meet Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota) and see the film "Running Brave," which chronicles his journey from the Pine Ridge Reservation to the medal platform at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. More info.

From Addiction and Loss 

to Wholeness

Saturday, November 8th, 1:30-3:30 PM

Free admission


Confronting addiction doesn't have to be a lonely journey. Hear stories of healing in a panel conversation that touches on spirituality, music, writing, and public policy. Read more.  

One Year Later

Wednesday, November 12th, 7:00-8:30 PM

Free admission


Respected Indianapolis author and former pastor Jim Mulholland shares the challenges, lessons, and unexpected consequences of his journey away from religion. Learn more. 

Give Back Night at the 
Santorini Greek Kitchen
October 8, 2014 5:00-9:00 PM
Have dinner at Santorini's and 20% of the sale will support Spirit & Place! After your dinner at Santorini's, head on over to our first free October preview event at the Central Library.

Announcement Party Recap

Young Spirit & Place fans journeying through our canned goods labyrinth.
Were you at our announcement party? Our night in Fountain Square included guest appearances by a singing pink hippo, live music by teen band Rising Gravity Experience, and a labyrinth made of canned goods, which were then donated to Fletcher Place Community Center Food Pantry. 
Check out images from the night here, courtesy of Bohlson Group.

Spirit & Place Blog: 
Nearby Journeys
Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

By plane, train and boat, I have taken many journeys across thousands of miles and continents; many stories, many moments of discovery. But I want for a moment to reflect on a journey of a few blocks taken by foot.

It was early fall and the sun was still warm. My grandson and I were taking a short walk from my home to a nearby playground. We were the only two people on the neighborhood path...Read more

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