We are squarely in the heart of quarter two, a time of the year where the weather is warm, people are happier, and it gets dark at nearly 10:00pm. What does all this mean? More cultural events. The summer months are chalked full of great events that span all industries. We wanted to make your life a little easier and give you the rundown on a few of a events that caught our eye. Curious what organizations Morales Group is involved with? Find out more, here.

Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration

 

The Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration is an 11 day celebration of arts, community, culture, and entertainment. There will be no shortage of fun during this, as several bands and artists will be present to bring the party to you. Wanting some professional help? The expo will host a free business expo to help you get ahead in your career. The expo will include a lot more free and paid events starting on July 11th. You can find tickets to this event, here.

Dia De La Familia

 

Dia De La Familia is the largest annual Latino event in Indiana. The event will be packed full of food trucks, music, a children’s area, and a plethora of cultural events for the masses. Dia De La Familia will take place on Jun 30th from 12pm-11pm, with free admission all day. Don’t miss your chance to get some delicious Latino food and listen to some latin inspired music. Find more information, here.

World Refugee Celebration by the International Center

 

 

Looking to celebrate World Refugee Day on June 20th? The World Refugee Celebration by the International Center is a great way to celebrate. They will be featuring a wide variety of booths from cultures across the world, celebrating dance, song, and everything in between. The event will run from 7:30am-10:30am with tickets costing $10, and is a can’t miss opportunity to celebrate the global nature of Indianapolis. Sign up, here.

Indiana Latino Expo Mayor’s Breakfast

 

Are you looking to learn how the city of Indianapolis can work together to build a talent pipeline of culturally diverse individuals? Come to the Indiana Latino Expo Mayor’s Breakfast on August 15th to hear from University, business, and city leaders on the important topic of cultural diversity. Tickets start at $75 and you can register, here.

IndyVolved14

 

Looking to make a difference and get involved in the Indianapolis community? IndyVolved14 is the perfect place to get plugged in. This free event taking place on June 13th, will host over 100 non-profit organizations from across the Indianapolis community. The event will run in a farmers market style and is the perfect opportunity to find an organization to get involved with. Find more, here.

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