#WorldAIDSDayIndy

Celebration in Red will be a chance for our community to come together for World AIDS Day to celebrate together on a First Friday and honor those living with HIV worldwide.

Dr. Rachel Vreeman

Director of Research for the Indiana University Center for Global Health and Executive Director of The Pocket Square Project

The Pocket Square Project and JabuAfrica will host Celebration in Red: For World AIDS Day on Friday, December 1 from 6PM-9PM at the Do317 Lounge (1043 Virginia Avenue) in Fountain Square, Indianapolis. The event will take place as part of World AIDS Day, which unites the global community in the fight against HIV each year on December 1st!

The Pocket Square Project and JabuAfrica will gather global citizens in Indianapolis for a party that draws awareness to the continued fight against HIV and the health of the world’s children.

With Celebration in Red, The Pocket Square Project will gather global citizens in Indianapolis for a red-themed party that draws awareness to the continued fight against HIV and the health of the world’s children.

  • WEAR SOMETHING RED for HIV awareness
  • Music from DJ Kinetik
  • Pocket Squares and Bow ties for sale
  • Great Food Drinks from Metazoa Brewing
  • Tinker street Coffee
  • Silent Auction
  • Local Artists and their representation of the color “Red”

A portion of the event proceeds will benefit support services for HIV-infected children in Kenya.

This Event is free, however reserve your ticket now with a suggested donation!

The first 50 ticket purchases with a donation will receive a complimentary beverage at the bar.

Event Details

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Do317 Lounge
1043 Virginia Avenue (2nd Floor)
Indianapolis, IN 46203
December 1, 2017
6-9PM
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