Flurries on the Canal begins Saturday, Dec. 18
Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc, will host its first Flurries on the Canal event Saturday, Dec. 18 with performances by Emma Peridot, Jason + Joy, Kelly Mills Players, and Circle City Orchestra.
Flurries on the Canal is a free event open to all, featuring Indy-based artists.
This Saturday, Canal visitors can enjoy both the live music and performances, and a warm drink from West Fork Whiskey. All Flurries on the Canal performances will take place at the Walnut Street Basin, near the Orange Bridge, where the Indianapolis Cultural Trail crosses the Canal.
Flurries on the Canal
Saturday, Dec. 18
1 – 5 p.m.
Walnut Street Basin, across from the Colts Canal Playspace
Flurries on the Canal is a part of the Indy Keeps Creating series, promoting the arts in Indianapolis.
More information about Flurries on the Canal and all Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. programming is available at IndyCulturalTrail.org or by following @IndyCulturalTrail on social media.
About Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc: The mission of Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc. is to enrich lives and connect people and places through dynamic and beautiful experiences along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick. Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc is a 501c3 not for profit organization. Indianapolis Cultural Trail, in partnership with the City, operates Pacers Bikeshare, which includes 50 stations found along the Cultural Trail and the city’s greenway network.