A Kickstarter campaign to help move the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library to a new, permanent home in Indianapolis has exceeded its goal. The nonprofit, which is looking to move the attraction to the city’s Mass Ave District, raised more than $100,000 through the online campaign.
Overall, the organization says the move will cost about $750,000. The new location would quadruple the attraction’s current space and allow for new exhibition options and programming offerings. The museum’s current home is in a building owned by Indianapolis-based Katz & Korin PC, which is also helping with the effort.
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