Unfortunately, I no longer have an events calendar on this blog. I didn’t like the way it was displayed through Google/Blogger, and I also had a tough time keeping up with events. November seems to have a good deal of intriguing events dealing with urban sustainability issues. The Spirit and Place Festival in particular is jam-packed. Here’s a brief rundown:
- November 2: Doug Tallamy presents a lecture on how gardening can sustain wildlife at Clowes Hall.
- November 3: Open House at the downtown location of Ball State’s College of Architecture and Planning.
- November 8: Self-guided Indy Parks Bicycle and Walk Tour. Marian University hosts a tour of their Eco Lab presented by Green Broad Ripple. Booth Tarkington’s home is the setting for a discussion on how historic urban design facilitated community.
- November 9: Author Bill McKibben presents a lecture on local sustainability.
- November 10: Neighborhood place-making workshop.
- November 12: Ethan Kent from Project for Public Spaces at the State Museum. I’ll be there for sure. And that’s not all for this night, as an amazing-sounding Pecha Kucha takes place as well.