Learn more about what this vast organization has to offer!
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana
Providing volunteers opportunities for men, women, and families.
Bongo Boy Music Recreational Music Center
Toddler "Shake, Rattle, & Roll" drum session with Lisa Colleen. Check out their website for "Jam as a Fam" sessions located at their Castleton center on Saturdays!
Colts in Motion
42-foot-long traveling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia.
Community Health Network
TURN Festival Presenter.
Shop their products- Metro Grower, Soil Separators, and The Worm Factory.
East Downtown Indianapolis Neighborhoods
Supporting community resources through connectivity and collaboration while promoting communication through neighborhood grants.
Felege Hiywot Center
(Feh-LEH-geh HEY-what) means “Looking for Direction To Life”, provides Indianapolis youth with the opportunity to become active members of their community through service, develop as a helpful team player, and become a responsible family member.
Foreign Links Around the Globe (FLAG)
U.S.-based nonprofit student exchange organization.
Indiana Audubon Society
Are you a birder? Want more information for upcoming field trips in Indiana? This is the booth you want to visit!
IACA- Indiana Association of Chinese-Americans
Providing Lion Dance during Kids Parade at 3pm. LIVE Chinese orchestra performance.
Indiana Gourd Society
Kids gourd necklace craft! Always a hit at the Indiana State Fair!
IOGA- Indiana Organic Gardeners Association
Providing educational information on composting.
Pacers Fan Van, Prize Wheel, and Inflatable Basketball Hoop.
Indiana Reading & Information Services- IRIS Radio
Promoting volunteer opportunities, food pantry listings, and passing out FREE magazines recycled from their broadcast.
The Jane Pauley Community Health Center
Offers comprehensive health care to the communities they serve, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. Offering primary healthcare, dental, and behavioral health services for adults and children.
Juice Plus with Janet Pillsbury
Juice Plus+ products are made from the juice powder concentrates and oils from more than 40 different fruits, vegetables and grains.
Macaroni Kid- Indy Loop
Online information for children's activities in Indianapolis. Sign up for their mailing list! Hands-on activity for kids.
Marion County Public Library- Spades Park Branch
Pick up local information about children's activities, computer classes, online resource tools, and their virtual library!
MDwise works with the State of Indiana and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to bring you the Hoosier Healthwise and Healthy Indiana Plan health insurance programs.
Essential Oil and Herbal Tea Vendor
Kids Riding Bikes®
Paramount Schools of Excellence
TURN Festival Presenter.
Cheesemaking 101 Cooking Class.
Self-guided Tours with staff discussion of school's garden, apiary, chicken coop, goat pen, greenhouse, and Peace Park.
Informational booth about schools, when and where to buy PSOE Farm honey and cheese, weekly school market, and more!
"A second wave coffee shop with third wave coffee"...for your festival needs.
Rooster's Kitchen in partnership with Brookside Neighborhood Association
Official food vendor of TURN Festival.
Shalom Health Care Center
LIVE animal show using a variety of reptiles, mammals, birds and bugs. Funologists keep the entire audience involved and special guests from the audience join each animal for a game that teaches about the natural world.
Shihan's Kandan Karate Dojo
LIVE karate demonstration and sign-up booth with information. FREE karate program located at Garfield Park Burrello Family Center. Classes meet up to three times a week and are open to youth, teens, and adults. $40 uniform to be purchased at sign-up. Classes are provided at no cost. Inexpensive, family activity!
Springdale Neighborhood Association
Slow Food Indy
Educational presentation on vertical and potted gardening. Learn to grow your own salad!
Stem Scouts Mobile Lab
The Vortex has multiple smart TVs, computers, microscopes and a variety of lab equipment for fun, hands-on experiments for all ages. Using learning modules of 5, 10 and 30 minutes, students explore concepts from animation to web graphics.