WHAT: Tiny House Roadshow at the JCC. 20 tiny houses by designers and builders from across the country. There will be two builders from the Indianapolis area: Burrow Tiny Home from Pendleton and BoAD Micro Villas from Noblesville.
DATE: Friday, Nov 4 noon-6 pm; Saturday 10 am-6 pm; Sunday 10 am-6 pm
WHERE: Arthur M. Glick JCC (6701 Hoover Road, Indianapolis, IN 46260)
COST: $12.50 per person; admission is free for children 12 and younger. Tickets are available for purchase at http://tiny-house-roadshow-indy.eventbrite.com or at the gate.
WHY: There is a Jewish value/tradition of “tikkun olam,” which translated means “repairing the world.” It implies that each person has a hand in working toward the betterment of his/her own existence as well as the lives of future generations. Tiny houses are part of a movement toward minimalism and environmental stewardship. The Tiny House Roadshow is also part of the Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts. Bestselling author Joshua Becker of “The More of Less” is a keynote speaker at the Nov. 3 preview party and fundraiser (tickets for that are $65 each and include a sit-down dinner). CLICK HERE for preview party.
About the JCC’s Ann Katz Festival of Book & Arts
The JCC’s 18th annual Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts is a three-week festival featuring local, national and international authors, films and filmmakers, performing artists and fine artists. This year’s Festival of Books runs October 26 through November 14, 2016. Unless noted otherwise, programs take place in the JCC’s Laikin Auditorium and are $10. Information and tickets may be found athttp://jccindy.org/festival-books-arts/. Patrons may save money on multiple Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts events with the Festival Pass for $40. The Festival Pass is good for all events, but does not apply to special events like the Tiny House Roadshow and Preview Party and Community Reads Author event.
The Ann Katz Festival of Books and Arts is made possible with funding from the Irwin and Ann Katz Cultural Arts and Education Endowment Fund. Sponsors include Herbert Simon Family Foundation, The National Bank of Indianapolis and Lilly Endowment.
About the JCC Indianapolis
The JCC Indianapolis’s mission is to enrich the community by perpetuating Jewish tradition and heritage while celebrating diversity of beliefs through arts, education, health and wellness programs. JCC Indianapolis, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014, is located at Arthur M. Glick JCC, 6701 Hoover Road and is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, the United Way of Central Indiana and an affiliate member of the JCC Association of North America.