Muncie’s Bridge Dinner

Join us in May for the Spring 2020 Bridge Dinner

Details:

May 21, 2020
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Washington Street Bridge (see map)
FREE! There is no cost to attend!
Rain date: May 28, 2020

For planning purposes, please RSVP if you plan to attend!

Attendees enjoy:

  • Local food and drink options for purchase – or bring your own!
  • Community tables to eat with neighbors, friends, and new acquaintances
  • Live music
  • Muncie items for sale
  • One-of-a-kind view of the bridge, White River Greenway, and White River

Getting there:

There is easy pedestrian and biking access from the White River Greenway. Parking is available within walking distance at Tuhey Park and behind the old Rutter Communication building site.

Hosted by:

Muncie Action Plan, Shafer Leadership Academy, Muncie Downtown Development, Muncie Community Schools, Ball State Office of Community Engagement, Polcz Family Team at Coldwell Banker Lunsford, Ivy Tech Community College – Muncie, and Muncie/Delaware County Economic Development Alliance.

With generous support from: Cornerstone Center for the Arts, City of Muncie, Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Walls Furniture, and Woof Boom Radio.

See the first bridge dinner! 

Read the Muncie Journal article.

Check out a video of the September 2017 event by Higher Aerial Photography and Guardian Brewing Company.

View photos:

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