Highlights: Last Day of School, Dahlia Giveaway at the Farmers Market 

Upcoming Events: 
This Week
Town Meetings:Monday 5/23: 6:30pm Zionsville Redevelopment Commission More Details
Special Events:
Wednesday 5/25: Last Day of School
Saturday 5/28: 8:00am Farmers Market on Main between Pine and Hawthorne – Dalia Giveaway; VolunteerParks and Recreation Activities Registrations usually requiredTuesday 5/24: 2:00pm Scavenger Hunt! at Elm Street Green
Wednesday 5/25: 3:00pm Party in the Park at Mulberry Fields 
Thursday 5/26: 6:30pm Women Who Walk at Starkey Nature Park
Friday 5/27: 10:00am Introduction to Pickleball at Tennis Courts and Tot Playground
Saturday 5/28: 2:00pm Stream Search at Zion Nature SanctuaryMark Your Calendar
Week of 5/30 to 6/5 Parks and Recreation Activities See Activities
Wednesday 6/1: 6:30pm Board of Zoning Appeals More Details
Wednesday 6/1: 7:00pm Cultural District Concert Series – Alan Cochran and the Crestliners at Lions Park (Mr. Daniel plays at 6:30pm)
Thursday 6/2: 7:00pm Barns and Brews at Maple Lawn Farms More Details
Thursday 6/9: 5:00-9:00pm Night on the Bricks More Details
Saturday 6/11: Beekeeping Class at Maple lawn; register here
Tuesday 6/14: 6:00pm ZCS Board Meeting
Thursday 6/16: 7:00pm Barns and Brews at Maple Lawn Farms More Details
Friday 6/24: 6:00pm Kick Off Party for Gardens of Zionsville at SullivanMunce
Saturday 6/25: 10:00am-4:00pm Gardens of Zionsville; tickets go on sale 5/1 More Details

Continuing Events:
Farmers Market Every Saturday 8:00 – 11:30 on Main between Hawthorn and Pine
Internship available at Maple Lawn, Minimum age 16 email indymw@gmail.com if interested 
Flora Fauna juried Art Show at SullivanMunce April 24 – June 30
COVID-19 Vaccinations for 5 and up; Boosters also available for 5 and up

Zionsville/Village News:Gov. Holcomb to visit Zionsville for Big-4 Rail Trail ceremony and ribbon cutting
Parks Department unveils new mobile recreation vehicle
Library’s ‘Dive into Reading’ program set
Snapshot: Nicholson Orthodontics breaks ground for new building
Zionsville traffic box repainted with scenes from around town
Overley-Worman Park now open to the public
 Ideas for the monthly Village Voice? Send them to president@zvra.comHave a new neighbor? Let them know about the Village Residents Association and our newsletter. And ask them to consider becoming a member of the VRA.  

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