Trash Wraps brighten Downtown Indianapolis – help visitors keep Downtown clean
Starting in late-February, nearly 200 Downtown trash receptacles will be dressed up with colorful trash wraps.
The vibrant wraps are blue and green with the message “Put Litter in its Place” and “Keep Downtown Clean.”
The goal of this initiative is to encourage consumers to put trash in its place and raise public awareness of Downtown cleanliness. The Trash Wrap program originated in 2000 when Indianapolis Downtown Inc.’s Cleaning Advisory Committee decided to transform trash receptacles.
The program was introduced as part of NCAA Final Four preparations to the festive scene.
The wraps were such a hit with visitors, businesses and the community, that they now appear every spring.
For more information, call IDI at 237.2222.
Celebrate Black History Month in Downtown Indianapolis
Several events take place Downtown in February to celebrate.
Don’t miss 18 FREE performances throughout the month of February as part of Art & Soul in the Indianapolis Artsgarden.
Billy Wooten and the Kenyetta Dance Company kick off the 15th annual celebration on Jan. 27.
Find a full schedule at Indy Art’s Web site. Celebrate African-American culture by taking a stroll down Indiana Avenue and touring the Madame Walker Theater Center.
Check out the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s (IRT) presentation of Going Solo: Neat, a sequel to last year’s “Pretty Fire.”
Join the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for the 26th Anniversary Celebration of Black History Concert Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. conducted by Indianapolis audience favorite, Thomas Wilkins.