Tonic Ball 11
Friday. November 16. 2012
Music begins at 7 p.m.
For over a decade, Tonic Ball has harnessed the creative forces of local music and art to fight hunger. This year, Tonic will turn it up to 11!
Tonic Ball 11 will feature more than 40 of central Indiana’s top rock, folk, jazz, funk, country and pop artists celebrating the songs of The Kinks, Stevie Wonder and U2 at three venues:Radio Radio, Fountain Square Theatre and White Rabbit Cabaret. The music begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 16th.
Tonic Gallery will feature works of art by more than 40 of the city’s most renowned visual artists, all for sale and available for as little as $100. Tonic Gallery is at New Day Meadery, Fountain Square, 1102 E. Prospect Street, from 5-8 p.m. on November 16th, as well as a gallery preview First Friday, November 2nd.
Tiny Tonic, an all-ages event featuring kids, crafts, food and music by Ruditoonz, will be at SECS Youth Center, Fountain Square, 924 Shelby Street. Bring the kids from 5:30-7 p.m. on November 16 and share in the Tonic tradition.
What is Second Helpings?
At Second Helpings, transforms lives through the power of food. They rescue prepared and perishable food, prepare it into nutritious meals and distribute those meals to more than 70 social services organizations that feed hungry people. The meals are delivered to shelters, community centers and afterschool programs to those who may not always have access to a warm, nutritious meal. We also use rescued food to train disadvantaged adults for careers in the culinary field, helping to eliminate hunger at its source. Graduates of the culinary job training program learn practical skills for meaningful jobs in food service, and they also receive training to help them be more successful, including resume writing, job interviewing and stress management.
In 2012, Second Helpings collected our 17 millionth pound of food and delivered their 6 millionth meal to their partner agencies. More than 500 adults have graduated from the Second Helpings culinary job training program.
For more information or for press contact: Betsy Whitmore – (317) 632-2664 Ext. 12 or firstname.lastname@example.org