Gen Con and Gleaners Food Bank Join Forces

Gen Con isn’t just about playing games – they also like to use their presence to help out communities in need through charity partnerships. This year, they are taking on hunger by partnering with Gleaners Food Bank.

Gleaners Food BankGleaners is no stranger to the convention scene, having partnered with the pop-culture focused Indy Pop Con earlier this year

“It’s always cool to be a part of unique events like this in the community,” Gleaners Communication Coordinator Willie Matis said. “We’re excited to reach a different demographic through Gen Con because hunger strikes everywhere.”

Gen Con’s partnership with Gleaners will assist in funding the BackSacks: Weekend Food for Kids program, which focuses on providing kids with grocery bags with enough nutritionist-selected shelf-stable food to make it through a weekend.

Gen Con Senior Marketing Communications Manager Jake Theis stated that the opportunity to work with Gleaners allowed them to address two concerns at once. “We like to work with kids,” Theis said. “We think that the BackSacks program is a great opportunity to do that while fighting hunger.”

Gleaners provides the BackSacks service to children facing food insecurity in 21 counties via 250 agencies across central and southeastern Indiana. In 2013 Gleaners distributed the equivalent of 25 million meals to over 300,000 people, over 100,000 of whom were children.

Guest  post authored by Kasey Bradley. Kasey is the Client Success Manager at SmallBox, Project Manager for The Music Council, the Musical Family Tree Board Secretary, and the Managing Editor for RecordGeeks.com. When he’s not busy with one full-time job and three part-time jobs he spends time with his wife and 6-month old daughter, and records music as Frontman and the Rhythm Section. He is almost always available for a rousing game of Settlers of Catan.

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Rookie’s Guide to Gen Con in Indianapolis

Gen Con Dealer ExpoWith 50,000+ visitors and over 14,000+ events, Gen Con can be an overwhelming experience for first-time attendees. We hit the Indianapolis Convention Center on Thursday to talk with some of the gamers and we have compiled a list of eight tips for Gen Con rookies.

1. Hit the dealer hall early and often – The dealer hall features hundreds of vendors of everything from art, books, costumes and nerd couture is available for visitors. Didn’t bring your cosplay gear? Always wanted a chainmail dice bag? The dealer hall is a gold mine. It is open from 10 am to 6 pm every day. You might want to be careful with your schedule though, because…

2. Timing is everything – You know what else is popular in the dealer hall? Games of course! New releases sell out fast, so if you’re in the market be sure to make the dealers hall your first stop. However, if you’re more interested in finding a good deal then it’s best to wait as late as possible – no one likes packing a car after a weekend of hard work, so visitors can expect to see some deep discounts on Sunday evening. Thanks to the crazy number of games available you might even have the opportunity to test before you buy, which brings us to…

3. Demos, Demos, Demos – Throughout the convention, everywhere from the dealer hall to the hallways, you can do demos of new and prototype games. If you like games, or just like trying new things, you’ll find plenty to demo here. Even if you’ve played the game before, there’s a good chance someone will be close by to teach you a thing or two. Speaking of lessons…

4. Learn something while you’re at it – Seminars and panels featuring industry veterans, for everyone from writers to business people, designers to event organizers. Even if you aren’t a gamer or game designer, you will take away a lot more than a board and some dice. Gamers can’t survive on knowledge alone though, so keep in mind that…

5. Food trucks will be out in full force – Sure there are a lot of restaurant choices downtown, but having the awesome local food trucks right outside the door is not only tempting, but also extremely helpful for folks with packed Gen Con schedules. Then again, what if hunger strikes in the middle of the game? This is why it’s always important to…

6. Bring snacks – Jerky, a premade sandwich, bottled water, baby carrots, whatever. The convention center is absolutely enormous, and there are things to see and do nearly everywhere inside – you might not always be near a food truck! This brings us to another point. Be sure to break out your most…

7. Comfortable shoes – Unless you’re only interested in checking out one thing you will easily walk a couple of miles in one visit. Be sure to look good though, because you might also notice that Gen Con provides an opportunity for cosplay enthusiasts to break out some pretty elaborate finery, with their penultimate event being…

8. The Costume parade, Saturday afternoon – If you like the spectacle of events like these, this is the pinnacle point in the convention. These folks create some of the most amazing costumes you’ll see anywhere, ever! Many visitors will tell you that this is a can’t-miss event, even if you’re not in to gaming.

Have any other great Gen Con tips? Let us know, and happy gaming!

Guest post authored by Kasey Bradley. Kasey is the Client Success Manager at SmallBox, Project Manager for The Music Council, the Musical Family Tree Board Secretary, and the Managing Editor for RecordGeeks.com. When he’s not busy with one full-time job and three part-time jobs he spends time with his wife and 6-month old daughter, and records music as Frontman and the Rhythm Section. He is almost always available for a rousing game of Settlers of Catan.

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Families Invade the Best Four Days of Gaming

Downtown Indianapolis is filled with swordsmen, Wookies, heroes, and… FAMILIES! Gen Con Indy’s Family Fun Day will take place on Sunday, August 17, allowing gamers of all ages to join in on “the best four days in gaming” at a reduced price. A family of four can purchase four Sunday badges for only $30.

Family Fun at Gen Con IndySome family-focused highlights include the Family Fun Pavilion – where exhibitors showcase games for adults and kids alike – and the Training Grounds, an area providing the opportunity to introduce kids ages four to twelve to the gaming world. Crawling children and toddlers will be provided with a space away from convention center traffic, and breastfeeding moms will be accommodated with a private space in the area.

Young chess fans will be treated to the opportunity to face off against Women’s Grandmaster and two-time USA Chess Champion Jennifer Shahade. The chess pro will be playing 50 simultaneous games of chess against children 12 and under beginning at 10 am.

Gen Con and the Indianapolis Scout Counsels have also partnered for a series of badge collecting and learning events for Scouts. Children involved in the scouting programs will be able to attend by purchasing a Family Fun Day Badge and tickets to specific scouting events. Parents with questions related to the scouting events should contact the Indianapolis Scout Counsels for further information.

Family Day is  the best bang for your buck. Purchase badges for your family of four for only $30 onsite at the Indianapolis Convention Center, or by registering and purchasing tickets at gencon.com for pickup at Will Call.

Guest post authored by Kasey Bradley. Kasey is the Client Success Manager at SmallBox, Project Manager for The Music Council, the Musical Family Tree Board Secretary, and the Managing Editor for RecordGeeks.com. When he’s not busy with one full-time job and three part-time jobs he spends time with his wife and six-month old daughter and records music as Frontman and the Rhythm Section. He is almost always available for a rousing game of Settlers of Catan.

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IndyFringe Theatre Festival Kicks Off This Week

The most emotional 11 days of the year are approaching, and I’m talking about  ALL the emotions. Fear, confusion, amusement, sadness, embarrassment, anger, surprise, joy—the list goes on. IndyFringe is a performing arts festival that celebrates the diversity of theatre in every way. From the experimental and edgy to the traditional and sophisticated, IndyFringe has entertainment for everyone. This includes magic shows, cabaret, puppetry, storytelling, dance, improv, drama, and musical theater.

IndyFringe Fest

The IndyFringe Festival has accumulated fans in record-breaking numbers each year and as the 10th year approaches, there are even more options to choose from.  Mass Ave will be the host to eight different venues, 64 performing groups, and 384 performances. Thankfully IndyFringe has posted the schedule to help you plan your emotions.

IndyFringe will feature local, national, and international talent. All shows are between 45-60 minutes. A fun fact about the IndyFringe Festival: its not juried. The organizers of IndyFringe have no idea what the performers are doing, so here’s to the art of surprise!

As an encouragement to actors of all kind, IndyFringe Fest is a catalyst for creativity, talent, and imagination. All proceeds go back to the artists, so you really are supporting the entertainers of your choice. Admission for all events is $15, $12 for students/seniors and $5 for children under 12. Note: backer buttons are no longer required for admission, but are available for those of you who have been collecting them over the years.

Get ready for the unexpected, the entertaining, and the dramatic. August 14-24 will be 11 days of talent ready to be enjoyed with friends and family! Are you curious yet?

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Win Two Tickets to Dig IN – A Taste of Indiana

5,000 people will make their way to White River State Park on Sunday, August 17 for Dig IN – A Taste of Indiana. It’s Indiana’s fifth annual farm-to-fork festival, where local chefs, breweries, wineries, farmers and producers put forward their best for your culinary enjoyment. And I simply cannot wait.

Dig IN - A Taste of Indiana

Dig IN is more than just my favorite local food event of the year. From pouring with Sun King four years ago when there were only a handful of brewers to coordinating 300 volunteers for this year’s event, I have taken an active step in sharing my love of the festival with others in hopes they will understand that Indiana is truly making waves in the sustainable food movement. Once you attend this event, it will become quite clear how our state offers so much more than sweet corn.

Never been to the event, you say? Here’s a snapshot of what your ticket purchase will get you:

  • Innovative tastes from 40 participating chefs and seven food trucks
  • Access to samples from 18 breweries and seven wineries
  • Ingredients sourced from 13 producers of proteins, fruits, vegetables and dairy products
  • Opportunity to taste and purchase items from six Indiana artisans
  • Exclusive cooking demos from local chefs and food enthusiasts
  • Free bike parking
  • Scenes from beautiful White River State Park and the canal

Seasoned Dig IN veteran Meggie Dials offers a few tips on how you can get the most out of the event. It is five hours of continuous eating after all, so pace yourself and skip breakfast if you attempt to try each and every dish. Consider biking to the event to burn those extra calories and dress lightly and comfortably. For more tips and insider info, follow the hashtag #DigIN2014.

Tickets are available and start at $35 for general admission or early entry (one hour early) for $55. Children ages 5-10 are only $10 and those under 4 are free. Tip: Get your tickets now as prices jump up $10 this Thursday!

Thanks to Dig IN and Visit Indy, we are offering a giveaway of TWO general admission tickets to the event. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling us what dish you are most excited about trying (you can find the list here). One winner will be selected on Thursday, August 14 and will be notified via email. Good luck!

Big congrats to Tricia Meyer who won the contest for two GA tickets to Dig IN!

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Experience the Southside Vintage Marketplace this Weekend

Southside VIntage Marketplace

We’re serious about our antiques here in Indy. The Southport Antique Mall is already one of the largest antique malls in the city, but they don’t stop there. New this year is the Southside Vintage Marketplace, an open-air shopping experience held every second Saturday of the Month from April to October, 9 am-4 pm. In addition to booths within the mall itself, 25 vendors will set-up outside, offering everything from original artwork, handmade goods, and re-purposed materials to traditional antique finds and collectibles. Enjoy the guest DJs and food trucks as you hang out with your friends and family at this free event.

10444704_616089435172720_5831403138727441917_nThis Saturday’s marketplace will be a chance to check out the outside vendors and Antique mall, but it will also serve as an opportunity to get to know one of Indy’s loved non-profits, Art With a Heart. Art With a Heart provides a hands-on visual arts experience to educate and inspire at-risk children because they believe that all students benefit from a high-quality arts education. Art With a Heart will be selling student artwork as fundraiser, along with providing activities for families to enjoy.

If you’re looking for something to do this Saturday with friends and family, the Southside Vintage Marketplace is perfect for picking up some unique finds, filling up on food truck fare and supporting a local non-profit.

 

 

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Celebrate Back to School in Indy

Believe it or not, school bells rang for many students last week. Hitting the classroom marks the end of summer vacation but not necessarily the lovely summer weather. There’s plenty of fun still to be had here in Indy. In fact, I think this is the perfect time of the year to celebrate Back to School as a family with a visit to the Circle City. If you are planning to make a trip may I make some suggestions to maximize your fun and perhaps save a little money, too?

Indiana State FairHead to the Indiana State Fair. The Indiana State Fair is going on right now. I can’t think of any better way to christen a new academic year than to take a ride on the ferris wheel, visit the animal and exhibits, and maybe suck down an ice cold lemonade shake up (my favorite!). Want to save a buck when you go? Be sure to check out the Indiana State Fair Preview post for my favorite discounts and coupons.

Children's Museum of Indianapolis

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. You can never go wrong with Indy’s top attraction for kids of any age (even the grown up variety). Whether you ride the Carousel of Dreams and Wishes or see the limited time exhibit of the Terra Cotta Warriors, you won’t be disappointed. On August 16th from 10 am to 3 pm, check out Back to School, Back to Health a fun special event included with your ticket price to help get you and your kiddos motivated to start some new routines this school year. Want to save money when you vista? Check out 4 Ways to Save at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

Canal Walk in Indianapolis

 

Stroll the Canal Walk. If your kids are anything like mine, they’ll need to run off some of that extra energy built up from a long day sitting still during class. Consider a trip to the Canal Walk. It’s absolutely free to take a stroll together, see great public works of art, and talk to the ducks floating along. If you’d like, you can even rent a bike or boat from Wheel Fun Rentals and up the adventure! Just be sure to print this coupon good for $5 Off a Bike or Boat Rental.

Indianapolis Indians' GameCatch a Ballgame. Baseball is certainly a summer pastime but the Indianapolis Indians have plenty of home games left on their calendar during the month of August. Plus, the special promotions are so great, there’s always a way to save and maximize your trip.

How do you celebrate hitting the books for a new year? What places would suggest others to visit with their families?

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Pattern Store Opens on Mass Ave

Three years ago Pattern Magazine changed the Indy fashion scene forever, turning design-minded individuals into a community. And that community is taking their talents brick and mortar: right along the Cultural Trail in the newly-completed 877 Mass Ave.

Tomorrow, Friday August 1st, marks the grand opening of Pattern Store, a fashion boutique featuring a mix of homegrown style and national brands with both men’s and women’s lines. According to Director of Retail Operations Jeremiah Williams, Pattern Store will curate merchandise with four customers in mind: 1. Start-Up Style (men), 2. Urban Explorer (men), 3. Sporty-chic (women), and 4. Cultural Trail (women).

The Pattern Store

Rendering for Pattern Store by LURE Design 

The vibe inside is decidedly upmarket – price points range from $45-130 – and there will be 12 (rotating) brands throughout the store including House of 5th, Rue Violet, and LeatherFeatherStone, just to name a few.

In concert with IDADA’s First Friday, Pattern is celebrating the store launch with (what else?) an opening-night party. Stop by their new location for what’s sure to be the most stylish event Indy has seen in some time, with Sun King libations and musical jams.

Want to learn more about the Pattern Store? Check out this awesome video from their Kickstarter campaign (they made their goal, by the way!)

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Indiana State Fair Preview

Get a great preview of the fun things to see at the Indiana State Fair this year PLUS amazing ways to save!

Each and every year our family gets a little sad toward the end of the summer. We know that our late nights of catching fireflies and playing games as a family will soon be exchanged for early mornings. We know that the carefree days of no schedules will convert to homework and permission slips, backpacks and dress code approved clothes. The one thing that helps us remain excited about the month of August (other than the smashing deals on school supplies at Office Depot) is the Indiana State Fair. This year, our family trip coincides with the last day of summer vacation. Even if your kiddos have already headed back to the classroom, there’s much to be done and seen at the Indiana State Fair this year. Here’s a quick preview of what’s happening and of course the best ways to maximize your savings when you visit.

On Friday, August 1, the Fair officially opens celebrating the Year of the Coliseum. In honor of the Re-Grand Opening of the Fairgrounds Coliseum, Shane Co. has an amazing line of entertainers on tap. From Pitbull to Hunter Hayes, from American Idols to Jim Gaffigan, there’s some for everyone! Check out the full schedule here.

The bargain seeking bug in me wants you to know that there’s a new way to save almost every single day that you visit the Indiana State Fair from August 2nd through August 17th. My favorite discount days are $2 Tuesdays (Tuesday August 5th & 12th). Not only is your admission discounted by $2 automatically, but there are also $2 food options sprinkled throughout the fairgrounds (mmmm fair food). Even rides in the Midway will be only $2 a piece. Other great discount days include

  • FREE Admission for State Employees, Veterans, and Armed Forces Members on Thursday, August 7.
  • IPL Carload Day which grants admission for up to 10 people for only $15 on Monday August 11.
  • $5 Admission (with voucher) on BMV day on Wednesday, August 13.

Check out all of the discounts and where you can find coupons for tickets to the Indiana State Fair!

While we’re chatting money saving strategies, I can’t help but mention the amazing group of artists who will be performing this year on the Free (yes I said FREE) Stage. Bare Naked Ladies, local favorite & winner of this year’s The Voice competition Josh Kauffman, The Rend Collective with Digital Age, top selling country acts, stars from the hit show Nashville, and classic bands like Kansas and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band number among the jam packed Indiana State Fair Free Stage Concert Schedule.

Of course there’s more than music. Who doesn’t love the Midway at the fair? There’s a host of money saving opportunities there too if you plan your visit well – including endless rides for kids on Monday August 4th & 11th. We love the free fun of the Family Fun Park! Don’t miss Little Hands on the Farm. From amazing hand crafted exhibits to barns full of animals, you don’t have to spend any extra money when you visit the Indiana State Fair. In fact, you could stay busy for the entire day without choosing to spend a dime above your admission.

What do you look forward to the most each year at the Indiana State Fair? What should be on our “can’t miss it” list?

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Festival Round-Up: End of Summer in Indy

What’s the best thing about summer? Festivals of course. It’s impossible to keep track of them all, so I’ve put together a little cheat-sheet for the ones you MUST put on your calendar:

BBQ RibfestBBQ Ribfest: July 24 to July 27
BBQ RibFest is a four-day food and music event featuring seven national award-winning teams featured on the food channel, 15 blues bands, and plenty of activities for the kids. For more information, click here.

Indy Film FestIndy Film Fest: July 17 to July 26
Film lovers rejoice- it’s happening now! The 11th Annual Indy Film Fest is once again bringing a unique cinematic experience with more than 100 international independent films of all sorts screened in the Toby and the Deboest Lecture Hall at the IMA. For more information, click here.

Indiana State FairIndiana State Fair: August 1-17
The Indiana State Fair offers 17 days of family fun, rides, games, barnyard animals and fabulous fair food. With the newly opened and renovated Coliseum, 2014 is declared the Year of the Coliseum featuring draft horse competitions, livestock shows, and a full line-up of headline concerts to check out. For more information, click here.

Indy FringeFringe Festival: Aug 14-24
The 10th annual Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival is a celebration of alternative theatre and performance arts with 384 performances ranging from comedy and cabaret to magic and opera. For more information, click here.

WAMMfest
WAMMfest: Aug. 16
This annual charity event features Wine, Art, Music, and Microbrews in Greenwood’s Craig Park. This year’s headliner is Living Proof. For more information click here.

greek fest Greek Fest: August 22-24

Join the Indianapolis Greek Orthodox community as they celebrate their 40th Greek Fest. In addition to tasting the array of authentic Greek cuisine, you can shop the vendor marketplace for handicrafts, watch the Hellenic Dance Troupe perform, tour the church, listen to live music, and learn how to cook some of the delicious foods served at the festival with cooking demonstrations. The best part? Admission is free, which means more money to spend on food! For more information, click here.

WARM

WARMfest: August 29- September 1
Not to be confused with WAMMfest, The White River Arts & Music Festival (WARMfest) is a three-day event with five stages of live music including Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Of Montreal, MUTEMATH, and many more. For more information, click
here.

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International Violin Competition of Indianapolis: September 5-21
Once every four years, violin masters from around the country come to Indy to compete for prizes in what the Chicago Tribune calls the “ultimate violin contest”. With a festival atmosphere, these performances are engaging for strings-lovers and music enthusiasts. For more information, click here.

Jazz Fest

Indy Jazz Fest: September 11-20
This annual celebration represents Indy’s long history of Jazz with 10 days of live music provided by international, local and student talent. With more than 50 bands all around town, the great food and entertainment welcomes the whole family!
For more information, click here.

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Irish Festival: September 12-September 14
The Indy Irish Festival is a celebration of Irish heritage, offering traditional music, dance, cultural activities and family fun! Don’t miss Thursday’s pub night and concert. For more information, click here.

CANvitational
CANvitational: September 20
CANvitational is the Midwest’s largest canned beer festival! Since Indy is such a big craft beer city, you’ve got to check out this event with 40+  breweries from all over the States. For more information, click here.

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