News & Events & Meetings

Thursday, November 20th, 5pm-8pm

Free School Event

Sexuality, Consent, & Healthy Relationships with folks from Middle Way House

Saturday, November 22nd, 7pm
Ryan Conway

Medical & Nutrition Provision in Autonomously Organized Emergency Management Networks: The Cases of Occupy Sandy and American Rainbow Rapid Response.

10 minute film and 20 minute presentation followed by discussion.

Sunday, November 23rd, 12pm-1:30pm

Women's Healing Circle w/ Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg

This Women's Healing Circle is a space for women to come together, share experiences, connect, and be validated. No experience necessary--just bring yourself and expand your heart. Open to anyone who identifies as a woman. For more information, you can email

Monday, November 24th, 6pm-7:30pm

Free School Event

Discussion / infoshare about privatized healthcare in prisons.

SATURDAY, December 6th, 7pm

Lucille Bertuccio

I will read from my book, Au Natural: Ruminations on Nature and the Environment, which was published through Authorhouse. The essays were originally written for the Ryder magazine. In them I discuss my encounters with other creatures and define my personal environmental values.

I have lived in Indiana and interacted with this environment since 1988. After graduating from HPER's master degree program in 1990 I taught various classes on environmental and sustainability issues. Currently I teach a class about edible wild plants for IU's Collins Living and Learning Center. I co-founded the Center for Sustainable Living and am presently on the board.

The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project now meets at 118 S. Rogers Suite #2

Visit: or email:
Book and monetary donations should still be dropped off at Boxcar Books.

Mondays: 7-9pm The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project (during school year)

Tuesdays: 7-10pm The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project (Community Night)

Wednesdays: 3-6pm The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project

Thursdays 7-10pm The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project

Sundays 2-5pm The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project