The 95.5 WFMS “Friends & Neighbors” program allows non-profits, community organizations, public schools, and charitable organizations to receive on-line and on air exposure and promotion for their events, fundraisers and awareness campaign. Our goal is to help those that are making Indianapolis area communities a better place to live, work and enjoy
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Arctic DUMPSTER Dive!
820 South State Street Greenfield, IN 46140
The Greenfield Elks Lodge with the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen is hosting a polar plunge with a TWIST! The twist being a clean dumpster will be lined with a pool liner and filled with icy cold water!
11am to 2pm
FREE lunch, hot chocolate and coffee for all jumpers!
$20.00 per jumper, donations of $50.00 or more receives a FREE beach towel!
SIGN UP: http://kbmsk.org
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Nashville Comes to Noblesville!
77 Metsker Lane Noblesville, Indiana 46062
Start Time: 6:00pm
Join us for an intimate acoustic performance featuring Grammy Award-winning songwriter Tim James, Indiana native songwriter Dan Couch, and Chris Cavanaugh.
Nashville comes to Noblesville will bring awareness and funding to support A Kid Again! The organization provides adventures to families raising children with a life-threatening illness. Adventures are for the entire family because sometimes siblings can get left behind. Adventures are also for multiple families so that they can create their own network of support among each other. These adventures will provide families with fun, long-lasting memories!
Ticket information can be found by visiting: https://my.akidagain.org/event/nashville-comes-to-noblesville/e217671!
For more information, contact:
Monday, July 8th, 2019
Girls Rock! Indianapolis: Summer Camp 2019
535 W Michigan Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Event Start Time: 8:00am
Girls Rock Indy Camp is a day camp for girls (including trans and non-binary youth) ages 9-16. Campers come for a week-long crash course in instrument instruction, songwriting, and music collaboration. Additionally, our workshops and lessons focus on confidence building, empowerment, and leadership skills through the lens of music education. Camp culminates with a Saturday showcase in which campers will perform their original song with their band on-stage before a live audience. Campers do not need to have any prior music experience, and instruments will be provided.
Applications for camp open on Monday, February 4th and close on Monday, March 18th.
Camp runs for two weeks: Session one starts July 8th and ends July 13th. Session two starts July 15th and ends July 20th.
Please visit our web page: https://www.girlsrockindy.org/apply-to-camp
For any questions and more information, contact:
Michelle Marti (212) 243.6409