Indiana Humanities has announced a list of 13 organizations that will host ALL-IN Block Parties in the coming year. The program involves creating a series of challenges designed to expose Hoosiers to new experiences, learn about the state and make Indiana a better place.
As part of the ALL-IN program, organizations will receive a $1,000 grant, promotional materials, prizes for participants and an invitation to a training workshop.
The participants will be:
- Allen County Bicentennial Task Force in Fort Wayne
- Crawfordsville Main Street
- Fairmount Public Library
- Gathering Church in Noblesville
- Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library
- Indiana Bicentennial 2016 Huntington County Celebration
- Indiana Bicentennial Boone County in Lebanon
- Indiana University East in Richmond
- LaPorte County Bicentennial Commission
- The Literacy Center in Evansville
- Parke County Bicentennial Committee in Rockville
- Peabody Public Library in Columbia City
- Town of Clarksville
Nearly two dozen organizations have already hosted or are scheduled to host block parties since it launched last year. Chief Executive Officer Keira Amstutz says "we are excited to see organizations from across the state use the ALL-IN Block Party to inspire their communities during this monumental year. Through ALL-IN, Indiana residents can participate in unique community-building programs and engage in conversations essential to our state’s next 200 years."
You can connect to more about the ALL-IN Block Party program by clicking here.