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10/26/2020

posted Oct 26, 2020, 5:52 AM by phillip martini

Your weekly Zionsville Village update is below.  

Zionsville Gateway Development Area - Virtual Listening Session:
The ZGA Virtual Listening Session is available on the Zionsville Gateway website.  If you were unable to attend the in person, please consider attending the virtual event:  
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScyckmhcxIzCkCRrIrWzhccaWe9CRe3cvrEUxSjS1UBwN1Bgw/viewform?usp=send_form

Upcoming Events: 
Zionsville/Village News:

10/19/2020

posted Oct 19, 2020, 5:57 PM by phillip martini

Zionsville Gateway Development Area - Virtual Listening Session:
The ZGA Virtual Listening Session is now live on the ZGA website.  If you were unable to attend the in person, please consider attending the virtual event:  
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScyckmhcxIzCkCRrIrWzhccaWe9CRe3cvrEUxSjS1UBwN1Bgw/viewform?usp=send_form

An additional in-person session has been added on Oct 22: 
http://www.zionsville-in.gov/567/Zionsville-Gateway-Area


Upcoming Events: 

  • Monday, October 19: Zionsville Town Council Meeting, 7:30 AM at Zionsville Town Hall. 
  • Monday, October 19: Zionsville School Board Meeting, 6 PM, Educational Services Center
  • Monday, October 19: Zionsville Plan Commission Meeting, 7PM, Zionsville Town Hall.
  • Tuesday, October 20:  Creekside Nature Park Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am. (11001 East Sycamore Street)  Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Thursday, October 22:  Gateway Listening Session - 9-11AM, 4-6PM. Zionsville Town Hall.
  • Thursday, October 22: Community Conversations Series: The Impact of Implicit Bias on Individuals, Organizations and Society. 
  • Saturday, October 24: Native Seed Swap, Mulberry Fields, 2-3PM. 
  • Saturday, October 24: Not So Scary Hike, Zion Nature Center. Ages 7 and up. 
  • now through October 31: Art in Hand Silent Auction to benefit The Arc of Greater Boone County. Visit Art in Hand Gallery (211 S. Main St) to bid on items handcrafted by local artists. The Arc exists to assist people with disabilities and special needs achieve their maximum potential in partnership with the community.
  • now through November 4: Voting at the Boone County Courthouse in Lebanon. 
    • Information and all locations can be found here:
  • https://boonecounty.in.gov/Offices/Clerk/Election-Information
  • now through November 6:n  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition has been extended.  
SullivanMunce Cultural Center Virtual Events:
Zionsville/Village News:
Please reach out to your neighbors to ensure they're ok, especially during the winter months when we have fewer opportunities to see one another in person. 

10/12/2020

posted Oct 12, 2020, 7:11 AM by phillip martini

Please consider participating in the Gateway Listening Session (link below) this is different than the VRA survey. The data will be used to determine proposals for the Gateway Project. That's why it's important for each resident to share their view. 

Zionsville Gateway Development Area - Virtual Listening Session:
The ZGA Virtual Listening Session is now live on the ZGA website. 

If you were unable to attend the in person, please consider attending the virtual event:  
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScyckmhcxIzCkCRrIrWzhccaWe9CRe3cvrEUxSjS1UBwN1Bgw/viewform?usp=send_form

An additional in-person session has been added on Oct 22: 
http://www.zionsville-in.gov/567/Zionsville-Gateway-Area


Upcoming Events: 
  • Zionsville Community Schools closed for Fall Break Oct 12 - 16
  • Tuesday, October 13: Board of Zoning Appeals - 6:30pm at Zionsville Town Hall
  • Wednesday, October 14:  Turkey Foot Park Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am. (
  • 4795 Turkeyfoot Avenue)  Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  Human registration and wearing of masks required: https://www.zionsville-in.gov/Activities/Activity/Detail/Tails-on-the-Trails-248
  • Wednesday, October 14:  Parks and Recreation Meeting, 7pm  at town hall.
  • Friday, October 16: Zion Nature Center extended Fall Break hours - 12 - 5pm. 
  • Saturday, October 17:  Mulberry Fields Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am (9645 Whitestown Road).  Human registration and wearing of masks required: https://www.zionsville-in.gov/Activities/Activity/Detail/Tails-on-the-Trails-248
  • now through October 31: Art in Hand Silent Auction to benefit The Arc of Greater Boone County. Visit Art in Hand Gallery (211 S. Main St) to bid on items handcrafted by local artists. The Arc exists to assist people with disabilities and special needs achieve their maximum potential in partnership with the community.
  • now through November 4: Voting at the Boone County Courthouse in Lebanon. Information and all locations can be found here:
  • https://boonecounty.in.gov/Offices/Clerk/Election-Information
  • now through November 6:n  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition has been extended.  Virtual exhibit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSDWurLTLk4&feature=youtu.be 
SullivanMunce Cultural Center Virtual Events:

Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

09/28/2020

posted Sep 28, 2020, 9:56 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, September 28 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, September 28:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  
    • Exhibition has been extended through November 6.  See note below for the virtual exhibit information.
  • Monday, September 28:  Zionsville Fall Brush & Limb Collection starts in the Village this week.  
  • Monday, September 28:  Zionsville Town Council Budget Workshop II meeting at 1:00pm via Zoom.  
  • Monday, September 28:  Zionsville Redevelopment Commission meeting at 6:30pm via Zoom.  
  • Wednesday, September 30:  Mulberry Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am at Mulberry Fields (9645 Whitestown Road, Zionsville).  Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Wednesday, September 30:  Community Dialogue with Chief Spears and Zionsville Police Department at 6:30pm at Mulberry Fields (9645 Whitestown Road).  Chief Spears invites the community to gather to discuss matters related to the police department, its interaction with citizens and the topics of diversity, inclusion and racial justice.  Please bring a lawn chair and a mask.  
  • Thursday, October 1:  Zionsville Gateway Area Listening Session from 4:00-8:00pm at Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds - Farm Bureau Community Building (1300 East 100 South, Lebanon).  The Listening Session will be limited to a certain number of volunteers due to social distancing guidelines. Volunteers participating in the session must sign up for a time slot in advance at https://zionsvillegateway.eventbrite.com. Volunteers must wear a mask during the session, maintain social distancing and utilize the hand sanitizer stations. The in-person process will take each person about 40 – 50 minutes to complete. For those unable to attend the session in-person and for those who prefer to participate online, the Listening Session will be available in its entirety virtually.  
  • Thursday, October 1:  Beginning of Silent Auction at Art In Hand Gallery (211 S. Main Street).  This year, the proceeds from the auction will go to support The Arc of Greater Boone County.  The Arc of Greater Boone County exists to assist people with disabilities and special needs to achieve their maximum potential in partnership with the community.  Silent Auction runs through October 31.  
  • Saturday, October 3:  Starkey Park Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am at Starkey Nature Park (667 Sugarbush Drive, Zionsville).   Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Saturday, October 3:  St. Alphonsus Liguori and Zionsville Knights of Columbus Family Oktoberfest from 1:00-8:00pm at St. Alphonsus Parish Grounds (1870 W. Oak St.).  Family fun, German food, beers, games, hayrides, free pumpkins, raffle.  
  • Saturday, October 3:  Seasonal Changes from 2:00-3:00pm at Zion Nature Center.  Fall is a great time to get out and explore nature!  Join a Naturalist for a hike through Zion Nature Sanctuary to look for evidence of the changing season through hands-on exploration and activities.  Registration is required for all participants.  

VRA President Confirmation - October 6
The VRA will confirm Heather Lusk as its next President on October 6.  We would like to thank Heather for stepping into the position and look forward to seeing what exciting things she has planned for the organization!  Look for a future email regarding Zoom instructions for the October 6 meeting.


SullivanMunce Cultural Center Virtual Events:
The SullivanMunce Cultural Center has it's current exhibit, "Lines and Layers: The Charm Club Quilt Exhibition" available as a virtual exhibit if you can't make it to the museum.  Also, the ever popular Ghost Walk has gone virtual this year due to COVID.  The Virtual Ghost Walk Premiere will be in early October (exact date T.B.D.).  Both are great opportunities to show support for the SullivanMunce Cultural Center from the comfort of your own home.  Keep up to date on the schedule with the links below.
 Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

09/21/2020

posted Sep 21, 2020, 6:11 PM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, September 21 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, September 21 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, September 21:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition has been extended through November 6.  See note below for the virtual exhibit information.
  • Monday, September 21:  Zionsville Town Council meeting at 7:30am via Zoom.  
  • Monday, September 21:  Zionsville Board of Police Commissioners meeting around 8:00am via Zoom.  (Meeting takes place immediately following Town Council meeting.)   
  • Monday, September 21:  Zionsville Safety Board meeting at 9:00am.  This meeting has been canceled.
  • Monday, September 21:  Zionsville Plan Commission meeting at 7:00pm via Zoom.  
  • Tuesday, September 22:  Zionsville Architectural Review Committee meeting at 7:30am.  This meeting has been canceled.
  • Tuesday, September 22:  Starkey Park Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am at Starkey Nature Park (667 Sugarbush Drive, Zionsville).   Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Thursday, September 24:  Creekside Group Dog Walk from 6:00-7:00pm at Creekside Nature Park (11001 East Sycamore St., Zionsville).   Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Saturday, September 26:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, September 26:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
  • Saturday, September 26: Family Nature Hike from 2:00-3:00pm at Zion Nature Center.  Bring the family and join a Naturalist for a casual hike through the Zion Nature Sanctuary.  You will explore the trails and look for blooming flowers, signing birds, and other interesting animals.  Dress for the weather.  All participants over 3 required to wear a mask.  
VRA Presidential Election - October 6!
The VRA will hold an election (or confirmation) for the President position on October 6.  We have one candidate but if you are interested in running for office, please send an email to president@zvra.com.  Look for future emails regarding Zoom meeting instructions.

SullivanMunce Cultural Center Virtual Events:
The SullivanMunce Cultural Center has it's current exhibit, "Lines and Layers: The Charm Club Quilt Exhibition" available as a virtual exhibit if you can't make it to the museum.  Also, the ever popular Ghost Walk has gone virtual this year due to COVID.  The Virtual Ghost Walk Premiere will be in early October (exact date T.B.D.).  Both are great opportunities to show support for the SullivanMunce Cultural Center from the comfort of your own home. 

Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

09/14/2020

posted Sep 14, 2020, 5:10 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, September 14 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, September 14:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition has been extended through November 6.
  • Monday, September 14:  ZCS School Board meeting at 6:00pm in the Educational Services Center Boardroom (900 Mulberry St).  The meeting will comply with the Governor's Executive Order 20-26 regarding Board of Trustees members' presence, social distancing, and the health and well-being of the community. 
  • Wednesday, September 16:  Zionsville Town Council Budget Workshop at 9:30am via Zoom.  
  • Wednesday, September 16:  Big-4 Rail Trail North Group Dog Walk at 6:00pm at Heritage Trail Park (4050 S. 875 E., Zionsville).   Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Saturday, September 19:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, September 19:  Zionsville Cultural District Dahlia Exhibition from 9:00am-12:00pm at Palette Community Art Center (295 S. Main St.).  See description below.
  • Saturday, September 19:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
  • Saturday, September 19:  Zion Nature Sanctuary Group Dog Walk from 10:00-11:00am at the Zion Nature Center (690 Beech Street).   Group walks are a great opportunity for you and your dog to socialize and gather information about parks and programs.  This year all group dog walks will require registration to attend.  Human participants are limited to 15 people and are required to wear a mask.  
  • Saturday, September 19:  Zionsville Chamber of Commerce Pumpkin and Fall Flower Sale from 10:00am-2:00pm at Old PNC Bank Lot (390 S. Main St.).  
  • Sunday, September 20:  Zionsville Half Marathon and 5K at 7:30am at Greeks Pizza (30 N. Main St.).  
  • Sunday, September 20:  Zionsville Chamber of Commerce Pumpkin and Fall Flower Sale from 10:00am-2:00pm at Old PNC Bank Lot (390 S. Main St.).  

Second Annual Dahlia Exhibition Announced - Courtesy of Zionsville Cultural District:
The Zionsville Cultural District announces its second annual Dahlia Exhibition, to be held from 9AM to Noon on Saturday, September 19th, at PALETTE: Community Art Center, 295 S. Main St., Zionsville.  All gardeners are invited to bring along their prized Dahlia blooms to be displayed with dozens of others.  Thanks to a grant from the Zionsville Village Garden Club and the generosity of Dahlia expert, Alan Strader, over 100 tubers and plants were distributed for free to those wishing to give Dahlia growing a try.

The exhibition is part of the organization’s Dahlia City Initiative which aims to bring to light the town’s former history as “Dahlia City”, when two nurseries in the village produced Dahlia tubers mailed to gardeners around the country.  Dahlias were in fashion during the 1920’s to 1940’s, with many local residents filling their yards with these showy blooms. The Zionsville Cultural District aims to encourage gardeners to grow dahlias as a way to beautify neighborhoods and highlight a significant segment of the town’s history.

All are welcome to participate.  Educational information will be available on growing and overwintering Dahlias.  Everyone is urged to bring a bud vase or bottle in which to display their blooms, and to wear masks.  

For more information, please contact Mark Zelonis at (317) 258-2071, or visit the ZCD website at
 www.zvillecd.org.  
 
Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

09/08/2020

posted Sep 8, 2020, 5:08 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, September 7 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, September 7:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition has been extended through November 6.
  • Tuesday, September 8:   Interactive Live Session with Mayor Styron and Town Council President Josh Garrett at 11:00am.  
  • Tuesday, September 8:  Zionsville Town Council meeting at 7:00pm via Zoom.  
  • Wednesday, September 9:  Zionsville Parks and Recreation Meeting at 7:00pm via Zoom.  
  • Thursday, September 10:  Tails on the Trails 2020 Group Walk at 6:00pm at Turkey Foot Park (4795 Turkeyfoot Avenue).   Dog walkers can walk on their own or participate in weekly scheduled dog walks throughout Zionsville's parks and trails.  This year all group walks require registration and are limited to 15 people.  
  • Saturday, September 12:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, September 12:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
Second Annual Dahlia Exhibition Announced - Courtesy of Zionsville Cultural District:
The Zionsville Cultural District announces its second annual Dahlia Exhibition, to be held from 9AM to Noon on Saturday, September 19th, at PALETTE: Community Art Center, 295 S. Main St., Zionsville.  All gardeners are invited to bring along their prized Dahlia blooms to be displayed with dozens of others.  Thanks to a grant from the Zionsville Village Garden Club and the generosity of Dahlia expert, Alan Strader, over 100 tubers and plants were distributed for free to those wishing to give Dahlia growing a try.

The exhibition is part of the organization’s Dahlia City Initiative which aims to bring to light the town’s former history as “Dahlia City”, when two nurseries in the village produced Dahlia tubers mailed to gardeners around the country.  Dahlias were in fashion during the 1920’s to 1940’s, with many local residents filling their yards with these showy blooms. The Zionsville Cultural District aims to encourage gardeners to grow dahlias as a way to beautify neighborhoods and highlight a significant segment of the town’s history.

All are welcome to participate.  Educational information will be available on growing and overwintering Dahlias.  Everyone is urged to bring a bud vase or bottle in which to display their blooms, and to wear masks.  

For more information, please contact Mark Zelonis at (317) 258-2071, or visit the ZCD website at
 www.zvillecd.org.  

VRA Gateway Development Project Survey:
Last call for the VRA Gateway Development Project survey.  Please fill yours out if you haven't already.  We will be compiling the results this week.  
    Gateway Development Project information:  http://www.zionsville-in.gov/567/Gateway-Development-Project  
Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

08/24/2020

posted Aug 24, 2020, 6:12 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, August 24 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, August 24:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition runs through September 12.
  • Monday, August 24:  Zionsville Redevelopment Commission meeting at 6:30pm via Zoom.  
  • Tuesday, August 25:  Zionsville Architectural Review meeting at 7:30am.  
    • This meeting has been canceled.
  • Tuesday, August 25:  Zionsville Architectural Review meeting at 7:30am.  
    • This meeting has been canceled.
  • Saturday, August 29:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, August 29:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
  • Saturday, August 29:  Brick Street Market from 10:00am - 3:00pm on Main Street.  Visitors can stroll through arts, crafts and food booths set up on Zionsville's historic brick Main Street while browsing unique Village shops and restaurants.  

VRA Gateway Development Project Survey:

A reminder that the VRA currently has a live survey for ideas from Village residents regarding the Gateway Development Project.  Mayor Emily Styron and the Town are seeking community input regarding the development of several plots of land at the entrance to the Village.  As the representative organization for the Village residents, the VRA has reached out to Mayor Styron to indicate our interest in being part of that discussion.  The Gateway Development Project input meetings will kick off at some point this fall but we have put together an initial survey to get a feel for the ideas floating around.  Gateway Development Project information:  http://www.zionsville-in.gov/567/Gateway-Development-Project  VRA Survey: https://forms.gle/xprWfLgDDDgvJdi19
 
Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

08/16/2020

posted Aug 17, 2020, 10:03 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, August 17 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  
    • Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, August 17:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition runs through September 12.
  • Monday, August 17:  Zionsville Town Council meeting at 7:30am via Zoom.  
  • Tuesday, August 17:  Zionsville Board of Police Commissioners meeting at 8:30am.  This meeting has been canceled.
  • Monday, August 17:  Zionsville Safety Board meeting at 9:30am.  This meeting has been canceled.
  • Monday, August 17:  Zionsville Safety Board meeting at 9:30am.  This meeting has been canceled.
  • Monday, August 17:  Zionsville Plan Commission meeting at Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds Farm Bureau Community Room (1300 E 100 S, Lebanon).  
  • Saturday, August 22:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, August 22:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
  • Saturday, August 22:  Tox-Away Collection Event from 9:00am-2:00pm at Zionsville Municipal Services Building (1075 Parkway Drive).  
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Village/Zionsville/Villagers in the News:

08/10/2020

posted Aug 10, 2020, 6:24 AM by phillip martini

Upcoming Events: 
  • Monday, August 10 until further notice:  Zionsville Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice.  Town Staff are rotating working on-site at Town Hall.  Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings.
  • Monday, August 10:  Lines and Layers: Charm Club Quilts Exhibition at SullivanMunce Cultural Center.  Exhibition runs through September 12.
  • Monday, August 10:  First day of school for Zionsville Community Schools.
  • Monday, August 10:  ZCS School Board meeting at 6:00pm in the Educational Services Center Boardroom (900 Mulberry St).  The meeting will comply with the Governor's Executive Order 20-26 regarding Board of Trustees members' presence, social distancing, and the health and well-being of the community. 
  • Tuesday, August 11:  Interactive Live Session with Mayor Styron and Town Council President Josh Garrett at 11:00am. 
    • Join the live session on the Town of Zionsville YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/user/TownOfZionsville).  Also hear from Zionsville's Climate Action Plan team and the steps the Town of Zionsville is taking to lower greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for the effects of climate change.  
    • Questions can be submitted in advance by emailing socialmedia@zionsville-in.gov
    • Questions can also be submitted during the live session in the comment section of Youtube.  
  • Wednesday, August 12:  Zionsville Parks and Recreation meeting at 7:00pm via Zoom.  
  • Saturday, August 15:  Zionsville Farmers' Market from 8:00-11:00am at Zionsville Town Hall parking lot (1100 W. Oak St.).  8:00-9:00am is open for high risk individuals only.  9:00-11:00am is open to everyone.  
  • Saturday, August 15:  Free Community Yoga courtesy of Blooming Life Yoga from 9:00-10:00am at Lions Park.  All ages and levels welcome!  Please bring your water bottle, yoga mat and sunscreen.  
 
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