As governed by the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association By-Laws, the neighborhood has eight unique zones. Each zone has a Zone Delegate that sits on the board and weighs in on various issues, plans, etc. and how they impact their specific zone. They are meant to represent the best interest of their particular zone and are called …[ read more ]
The 38th and Meridian St Farmers Market will be opening this Thursday, June 7 from 4:00-6:30pm. The market will be held on 39th St between Illinois St and Meridian St, along the southern edge of Tarkington Park. We will be hosting a tomato and pepper plant giveaway (while supplies last). You can expect to find the following vendors and community partners …[ read more ]
In the spirit of our founder, Nancy’s Ride is a welcoming, inclusive ride for cyclists of all kinds. Much like Nancy’s smile, we believe that the joy of biking is contagious. With the choice of a casual destination ride or one of three longer rides, Nancy’s Ride has a bit of something for everyone. Nancy’s Ride …[ read more ]
Indianapolis Shakespeare Company presents the Traveling Troupe, the new community outreach arm of our organization. This troupe is an extension of our professional company that will present a one-hour performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth in multiple venues throughout the month of June 2018. Thanks to the support of the Indianapolis Parks Foundation and Indy Parks, Indy …[ read more ]
Children of all ages and families are invited to celebrate the universal stories of fictional and real-life heroes and experience the joy of reading during The Indianapolis Public Library’s 2018 Summer Reading Program, “Everyday Superheroes,” June 4 through July 28 at the College Avenue Branch, 4180 N. College Avenue. This year’s theme builds on the recent popularity …[ read more ]
When it’s summer in Indianapolis, we’ve grown to expect a few things: humidity, excitement about the race and of course, construction. As traffic begins to divert from main thoroughfares into our neighborhood, MKNA and the City of Indianapolis want to keep pedestrians, cyclists and motorist as safe as possible. That being the case, the Department …[ read more ]
The City of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Police Department have come together to create a way for us to report various traffic-related issues. You can send a traffic complaint to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department for these and other traffic-related issues, including: Speeding and hazardous driving Illegal turns, such as not obeying no-turn signs, restricted left …[ read more ]
Tickets are now available for the 2018 MK Home & Garden Tour as well as the Twilight Tour! MK Home & Garden Tour The longest running and one of the largest in the state, the MK Home & Garden Tour features a wide variety of homes available in our historic neighborhood. From modern condominiums and …[ read more ]
The Indianapolis Garden Club will host its 23rd Annual Garden Walk on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – rain or shine! Featuring five spectacular gardens on the North/Northwest side of Indianapolis, artists will be painting plein air at each garden! Tickets are $35.00 per person for the Garden Walk, $60.00 …[ read more ]
The Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis Day Camp is an affordable four-week program that focuses on the words in our mission statement – strong, smart, bold, and inspire. Their summer camp is designed to inspire girls, ages 6-14, by challenging them mentally, enhancing their physical ability, promoting creativity, and encouraging them to take risks. Summer camp …[ read more ]
From 38th to Kessler Boulevard and
Meridian Street to the Monon Trail.
We are a community of residents (younger & older), homes (from multi-unit to mansions and everything in between), local businesses (larger & smaller, established & emerging), schools (public and private) and a variety of faith based communities.
In the heart of Midtown Indianapolis.