Vegan Things to Do in Indianapolis This Week: April 16 - 22

We’ve browsed the web to find out what Indy vegan community is up to this week. Be sure to check out the links for details on location, time, and tickets.


Tuesday April April 17th


Three Carrots and Founders Brewing Present Baseball

From 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM, head over to Three Carrots for baseball themed foods paired with awesome beer from Founders Brewing. Tickets required.


Wednesday April 18th


Earth Day at CTS: Chapel, Lunch, & Eco Justice Panel

From 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM, connect with the CTS green team over a free vegan/vegetarian lunch and a panel discussion on the efforts of diverse faith groups addressings Eco-Justice. The panelists will be: Lyle McKee, St. Thomas ELCA Church, Bloomington, Amy Barnes, Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light, and Aster Bekele, Felege Hiywot Center. You'll also learn more about the Green Seminary Initiative and meet members of The CTS Green Team.


Cooking class @ Ezras Enlilghtened cafe - Rewild your plate for ultimate well being

From 6:30 to 8:00 PM, join Chef Audrey as she talks about one of her favorite subjects – wild foods! Spring is in the air and wild foods are becoming available. Audrey will talk about why wild foods are vitally important to have in your diet and how they support the highest levels of health and wellbeing. Audrey will be demonstrating 4 dishes ~ tastings are included. You will also go home with recipes for each dish. Tickets required.


Saturday April 21st  


Indy Winters Farmers Market @ Growing Places Indy

The Growing Places Indy Winter Farmers Market is open November through April on Saturdays mornings from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM. The vendors offer a variety of produce, baked goods, Indiana artisanal products and sustainable alternative household products. Check out Growing Places website for a full list of vendors updated weekly.


Sunday April 22nd


Whole food, plant-based pitch in @ Indianapolis Public Library

From 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM, meet with a group of local vegans with a dish that is 100% vegan, oil-free, and that is health promoting at the Indianapolis Public Library - Lawrence Branch.



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Annabel is a quality engineer by day and a big time health nut by night. She is a recent vegan of five months and was moved to make the change in order to follow a more sustainable and ethical practice. She's excited to share the rewards and flexibility of a vegan lifestyle.