City-Wide Supper Planned
Dec 14, 2015 04:55PM
Indianapolis residents are encouraged to host a dinner party November 8 and invite their neighbors for conversation and fellowship. City Supper 2015 is a cooperative effort by the Harrison Center for the Arts, City Gallery, Indiana Humanities, Downtown Indy and Urban Times to promote a movement of neighborliness, encouraging Indy residents to open their homes and welcome friends and neighbors throughout the year.
Dinner hosts will have access to kits that come with customizable invitations, ALL-IN conversation starters and recipe ideas. The first 60 people from urban neighborhoods to document the experience by submitting a photo and short blog post will receive a $25 gift card to a locally owned restaurant and the opportunity to win a $250 gift certificate from the Harrison Center. Non-urban residents are also encouraged to join in and prizes will be available to participants from any neighborhood submitting a blog post.
The inspiration for City Suppers was the Harrison Center’s city-wide Porch Party and Indiana Humanities’ ALL-IN competition, which encourages Hoosiers to complete a variety of challenges such as performing a random act of kindness, sharing why you love Indiana and taking a civic literacy quiz.