Since 2005, IndyHub’s held a front row seat for the evolution of our city.

We’ve seen doors close and stadiums open. We’ve seen friends take jobs out of town and welcomed hundreds more into our neighborhoods. We’ve survived a massive economic recession, several blizzards . . . don’t even get us started on Twitter. #LifeBeforeCraftBeer

From where we’re standing it’s been a big ten years for Indy, and not a single minute of it would’ve been any fun (or possible) for us without you right by our side.

Thanks to you, during those years IndyHub hosted more than 300 unique events, coordinated eight seasons of Passport to the Arts , supported five 1828 classes, hosted innumerable social gatherings and, right this second, we’re finalizing our strategic plan. Which is to say there’s plenty more to come!

And we want to celebrate that!

Please join us as we toast (Yes, with wine, beer or cocktails–this night is for those who are 21+) to our collective years past and years to come on the evening of November 14, 2015 from 7 – 11 p.m. at the Indianapolis Art Center.

Think mac ‘n cheese, sliders, walking tacos, all the hummus you can handle, s’mores, beer and wine included, and a full bar with stiffer drinks for those of you who want to bring your wallets.

We’ll also be joined by DJs Kyle Long and Scott Stulen and storyteller extraordinaire Mike Runge around, yes, a faux fire pit (hence the s’mores). And that’s just the start!

The purchase of your ticket* will help us keep costs to an absolute minimum for our regular programming throughout the year that works to remove barriers, create connections and build a community of 20-/30-somethings that supports the future of Indy.

Wear something that makes you feel snazzy, a pair of dance shoes and come ready for the best IndyHub bash yet. We cannot even begin to tell you how excited we are for this party.

*The IndyHub Foundation is a 501(c)3. This party is a fundraiser (i.e. a really fun way for you to pay it forward for Indy’s current and future 20-/30-somethings) and a portion of your ticket cost is tax-deductible..