CEArts offers events with food, workshops, and fun for anyone to enjoy.
Global Foodies of Hamilton County
Faith Community Church address: 19201 Promise Rd, Noblesville, IN 46060
If you love people, feed them. ~ E. A. Wasonga
We hope you enjoyed our dishes last week!
Meal service is 6-7 p.m. Thursdays and 4-5 p.m. Sundays.
First Dinner this week: Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020
Second Dinner this week: Sept. 13, 2020 (all orders for Sunday will have a $2 discount)
We will be serving chapatis, lentils (East African bean curry) and kachumbari. The single meal option is two chapatis and lentils and kachumbari, double meal is four chapatis with lentils and kachumbar, and family of four is eight chapatis with lentils and kachumbari. You can store chapatis in the refrigerator or freeze them for a few weeks for future dining.
If you have certain allergies, preferences or questions please text us on +17656060777 when placing your order so we can prepare your meal in a way that works for you. Pre orders are preferred (wasting food is equated to sinning in certain cultures). Meals are offered Thursdays and Sundays evenings, for carry out (or you may picnic on site!).
Thursday Dinners 6-7 p.m.
Sunday Early Bird Special 4-5 p.m.
Get $2 off simply because we appreciate you!! All Sunday meals will be prepared Sunday morning. Orders close off at 11 a.m. on Sundays. Pick up window will be between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. or you can set up a blanket and umbrella and eat at the location.
All About Kachumbari:
All meals come with kachumbari, which is made of tomatoes, lightly browned onions, cilantro, green capsicum, lemon juice, black pepper, salt, sugar, and love. We also add zucchini and grated carrots to our salad (unless you put a request in for certain ingredients to be left out). You can add freshly sliced chili peppers that will be available on site for purchase.
Food is the first wave of our efforts to set up a community multicultural center in partnership with Faith Community Church. We will continue to roll out other programs and efforts that allow Hamilton County residents, workers, and visitors to connect with culture and difference. Our menu will change from time to time. The meals will help kick off funding for the center as well as allow us to sponsor the publication of The Polk Street Review (please consider contributing your original creativity to this publication. Your voice matters and we would love to house it). Our goal is to sell 992 meals in order to comfortably fund the 2021 publication of this necessary book that allows so many local and international artists, creatives, and, of course, writers, to share their stories and viewpoints. If you've had our meals before and would love to connect a friend to us, please do so.
The LHo Team, Faith Community Church and Community Education Arts, Inc.
Friends, do you get inspired by books?
We do, especially classic literature and their adaptations to movies and TV!
Each year, for CEArts’ annual Noblesville Interdisciplinary Creativity Expo (NICE) project, Sarah E. and Alys choose four passages from four classics of literature, and invite YOU to participate by listening to our behind-the-scenes podcast discussions, joining us in workshops, and submitting artwork inspired by the passages/ books!
We’ve already had a remote workshop discussing various Romances & Relationships in this year’s four books (so much fun!), and next is Workshop #2 ~ three 40-minute Zoom sessions on Saturday, September 12:
Session One: 1-1:40pm – Gender Norms & Roles
Session Two: 2-2:40pm – Sex & Sexuality
Session Three: 3-3:40pm – Violence & Domestic Abuse
This workshop series will focus on various examples of Gender Norms & Roles, Sex & Sexuality, and Violence & Domestic Abuse in our four 2020 books.
Does Jane Eyre’s role in society always adhere to social convention?
Are Edward Rochester and Rhett Butler just a “bad boys,” or is there more to them than that?
Does Scarlett O’Hara’s sexuality help her or hurt her as a survival mechanism?
How would you describe Jo March in terms of gender roles and norms?
Is Dracula the ultimate abuser?
We’ll discuss these questions and more in the three sessions on September 12!
To register, simply email us at info@cearts.org, and we'll send you invitation information for September 12’s three Zoom sessions.
All Workshops Are Free; donations welcome!
You can join in one, two, or all three of our Zoom discussions.
Listen to our 2020 behind-the-scenes podcast discussions here: https://cearts.org/home/nice
Stand-alone passages and downloadable guidelines with creative submission form available at https://cearts.org/2020-6th-annual-nice-books-passages-selections
Any kind of art: painting, writing, crafts, hobby, cosplay, music, photography, sculpture, cake decorating, clothing design – anything goes! Submit your form anytime (before Nov 1) and work on YOUR inspired creations for our virtual presentations event on Nov 7 (details to come!). Oh, and previously created artwork is acceptable as long as you relate it to one of our four books/passages!
More info: https://cearts.org/home/nice/
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Community • Education • Arts, Inc. (CEArts) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Arts organization, based in Noblesville IN, with a global reach.
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Noblesville Cultural Arts District
Nickel Plate Arts
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