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Meridian Street Foundation Events

The Meridian Street Foundation sponsors events for neighbors and the public throughout the year.  Most of these events require payment and/or reservations, both of which can be made on this page.  To enjoy pictures of past events, click here.

Donate to the Beautification Committee

Supporters, please consider helping the Meridian Street Foundation’s Beautification Committee dress our lamp posts again with fresh greenery and red bows.

You thought the City did that, right? Wrong. The credit goes to Meridian Street Foundation members and residents who kindly donate to beautify Meridian Street for the festive season.

Please click on the “Donate” button below, or watch for a special mailing coming to your home!

MSF Christmas Tree Lighting

MSF Christmas Tree Lighting 2017

Saturday, December 2, 2017
4.30 pm

Alice Carter Place Park (Meridian and Westfield)

Join your neighbors as we enjoy some Christmas carols, snacks (hot chocolate and cookies), and a visit from Santa.

Reservations requested.  Please fill out the form below.

MSF Meeting

MSF Monthly Meetings

2nd Tuesday of the Month
7:00 pm

Meridian Street United Methodist Church
5500 N. Meridian Street
Church Library (on the lower level)

Free and open to the public.

Foundation members encouraged to attend.  No reservations necessary.

MSF Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

2018 Date and time TBA

4270 N. Meridian Street

Free and open to the public.

It’s a Meridian Street tradition dating back to the 1950’s when the Governor of Indiana sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt on the lawn of 4343 (which was then the Indiana Governor’s Mansion). Preschool and elementary school-aged children participated, enjoying a visit from the Easter Bunny.

MSF members with Mrs. Holcomb

Meeting with Indiana’s First Lady

Meridian Street Foundation board members (from left to right) Nicole Chase, Allie Madden, Peggy Sabens, and Tom Shortridge met with Indiana First Lady, Janet Holcomb (middle) at the Governor’s Residence.  The Governor and Mrs. Holcomb will be moving into the Residence, which lies within the MSF district, after some much-needed repairs are completed.