This self-guided tour and map were put together by our Friends at Reconnecting to Our Waterways (ROW) and the Near East Area Redevelopment (NEAR) and provides a guide to seeing and visiting all of the great areas along and near the Pogues Run Greenway.
There are many opportunities to see some great pieces of public art along Indy Greenways. The Arts Council of Indianapolis, in conjunction with the Indianapolis Greenways Partnership, has developed this list of nine different pieces of public art along 9 different greenways in Indianapolis.
Looking for a way to stay active and make a difference in the community?Join us as we clean up Indy Greenways. The simple act of carrying along a garbage bag and picking up trash on your next visit can make a big difference.
Indy Art & Seek is a self-guided public art tour featuring more than 100 engaging and accessible mini-installations, performances, literary pieces, and individual artworks along urban streets, as well as 6 large-scale installations in KIB GreenSpaces throughout Indianapolis.
Every Thursday at 4pm we will take you to and through one of the many trails in Indy. Tune in from the comfort of your own home with Facebook Live or meet us on the trail for a socially distanced ride.
Cancelled - Walk with a Doc on the White River Greenway
Dr. Daniel Pino, internist and pediatrician at Eskenazi Health Center Barton Annex and medical director of Eskenazi Health Lifestyle Health & Wellness Center, will lead a Walk with a Doc event on Saturday, March 28 on the White River Greenway.
Interested in getting outside and spending some time in nature to kickoff your outdoor spring adventures? Join Indianapolis Land Stewardship Ecologist Jake Brinkman for a guided walk along the White River Greenway.
We will gather for Polar Bear Pedal 2020 near the east wing of the City Market (242 E Market St) in front of the IndyBikeHub YMCA. We will have a few words of encouragement from local leaders and then enjoy a brisk 7-mile ride with traffic controlled by IMPD.
Light the night as we celebrate the Winter Solstice! Beginning at Coal Yard Coffee, we will be decorating lanterns while sipping on hot cocoa and coffee. We encourage all participants to GET CREATIVE and make their own artificially lit lanterns!
Walking is a simple step in developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout all stages of life and it’s also a great way to get outdoors and see some of Indy’s great places! On June 29, join Dr. Carrie Leathers, an Eskenazi community physician for a walk on Indy’s Monon Trail.
Interested in learning more about pollinators and why they are important? Take a walk with Indy Land Stewardship and Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District staff to learn how native plants provide habitat for beneficial insects like bees, butterflies, and moths.
Art on the Greenways: White River Greenway Public Art Bike Tour
Join Julia Moore, Director of Public Art with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, for a morning of biking and discussion of selected artworks located at Newfields’ Virginia Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, White River State Park, the IUPUI campus, Riverside Park, and Eskenazi Hospital.
As a part of the Pogue’s Run Waterway Youth Photo Contest, Tosca Carranza will be leading youth through Brookside Park, giving them the opportunity to interact with different natural elements of the park and take pictures for the photo contest.
We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity along the Pogues Run Greenway and the Pogues Run waterway. Photography buffs and neighbors are invited to submit photos related to the Pogue’s Run Waterway in this unique contest to encourage use and appreciation of the waterway and its greenspaces.
Spring is on the way and this is a great time to shake off the cold winter and get back out on the greenways. Join an Eskenazi community physician in a walking discussion of the new physical activity guidelines for older adults from the Move Your Way campaign.
Don’t let the winter weather keep you inside! Winter can be one of the best hiking seasons. It’s a great way to take in the sights and sounds of the season and see things along the trails that you might not normally see when the vegetation is in full bloom.
The Winter Solstice is the shortest day and the longest night of the year, marking the beginning of the coming winter. Traditionally, it is a day for reflection where people spend time with family and friends.
Caminar ha demostrado ser uno de los mejores ejercicios para mejorar la salud en general. Incluso las caminatas pequeñas han demostrado mejorar la salud cardiovascular, la salud mental, la diabetes tipo 2, la depresión y toda una serie de problemas de salud.