16-Bit Bar + Arcade redefines how a night out is best played. With a name coined from the computer architecture that several of our 35+ vintage arcade games were built on, 16-Bit appeals to those looking for an alternative to the monotonous. From bar-going veterans to young open-minded, beer-centric types, to arcade game novices and enthusiasts, the nostalgic and playful vibe is for players of all types. The time has come to relive your childhood and party like it’s 1999, or 1989 for that matter. Whether it’s old school, new wave, ice cold or on the rocks. We’ve got something that will rock your world.
Taps and Dolls “A Tavern with a Twist” is like a neighborhood tavern stuck in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Located above 6 Lounge on Meridian St. Taps and Dolls offers 50 Beer Taps, Flat Screen TV’s, Pool tables, Dart Board, Golden tee, Silverstrike Bowling, Big Buck Safari, JukeBox, Great Pizza!, and of course “The Dolls!”. All Request DJ, Dance Floor, Light Show Thursday thru Saturday.
The American Pianists Association nurtures the artistic growth of America’s top young pianists by focusing on creative expression and career development. Our largest and most prestigious support is given through a biennial competition known as the American Pianists Awards. Since our founding in 1979, the American Pianists Association has supported 46 winners.
Located in the community of Zionsville, Indiana, Azionaqua is a private, not-for-profit recreational swimming facility. Our family- friendly swim club offers the perfect summer escape to cool off and relax with family and friends. Members enjoy access to our pool for recreational swimming, swim lessons, swim team opportunities, social events and more. We are fully committed to providing families a fun, friendly, clean recreational swim club to enjoy all summer long.
The Casba has been a Broad Ripple staple for 30 years. Having undergone 2 major renovations, our patrons have experienced the growth of The Casba from a tiny galley bar to a roomy, up-dated space that never lost its original vibe.The latest expansion opened in Fall ’08 to rave reviews. Broad Ripple’s oldest basement bar hosts DJs with every genre of music, including Indiana’s longest-running reggae night Sunday nights.
It only takes a few minutes to understand why Chatterbox has earned its reputation as the Best Dive Jazz Club in Indianapolis, inspired filmmakers and generated dozens of news stories. The live jazz is unforgettable. And the place is most definitely a dive. It’s a combination that has inspired a loyal following of music lovers for decades. It wasn’t always the place to go for live music. When David Andrichik purchased the building that housed Chatterbox in 1982, he primarily was looking to make a real estate investment in downtown Indianapolis. The bar on the first floor of the building was just part of the deal. And there wasn’t much going on along Massachusetts Avenue, with the exception of a few shops and some sketchy activity in nearby buildings.
The Butler Arts & Events Center (BAEC) is home to Butler University’s event facilities including performance venues, conference and meeting rooms, outdoor spaces and housing. Its performance venues welcome more than 200,000 visitors annually, with 30,000 from the student matinee series. The BAEC is comprised of five venues including its flagship 2100 seat venue Clowes Memorial Hall; the Schrott Center for the Arts with 475 seats; Shelton Auditorium with nearly 400 seats; Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall with 135 seats and Lilly Hall Studio Theatre. Programming includes the Butler Arts Presents series, BAEC’s Education Matinee Series, Jordan College of the Arts performances, Broadway In Indianapolis shows, various Butler lecture series, performances from local performing arts organizations and a variety of national touring shows. Additionally, the Butler Campus has dozens more meeting and event spaces suitable for functions from weddings and summer camps to seminars and conferences.
The Antelope Club (officially, the Wyoming Antelope Hunter’s Protective Association, Inc.) is a non-profit private social club in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The purpose of the club is to protect and preserve wildlife, protect and preserve lakes and streams, promote juvenile athletics, and promote fellowship among members. It is governed by a nine-member volunteer board of directors who are elected by club members at large. The Club was officially chartered in June of 1956 as the Indiana Chapter of the Wyoming Antelope Club, although the founders had been informally meeting since 1947. The Club has been making its home at its current location at 615 North Delaware Street since April of 1964. Membership in the Antelope Club is open to anyone 21 years of age or older regardless of gender, ethnicity, nationality, political affiliation, or religious beliefs. Dues are $200 a year and membership applications require the signatures of two existing members plus an application fee.