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There are plenty of seating options at Maven Space. | Photo by INDYtoday team
The pandemic had a lasting impact on many areas of our lives, and one of those was the way we work. Remote work has become more and more common + according to a study by Upwork, 22% of the American workforce will be remote by 2025.

There are many pros and cons to working from home, but if you’re the type that needs to get out of the house at least once in a while — here are some coworking spaces around Indy to work from.

Maven Space, 433 N. Capitol Ave., Ste. 100
Co-founder and CEO Leslie Bailey wanted to create a workspace by and for women, so that’s exactly what she did. Maven Space is a women-only coworking and event space that offers everything you could ever want: Private meeting + conference rooms, a cafe, a fitness + wellness center, a mother’s breastfeeding room, and a podcast studio.

draft creative space, 1525 Prospect St.
Working from home can feel isolating at times. If you’re looking to connect with other remote workers and like-minded individuals in the city, check out draft. Its goal is to be a space to inspire + encourage creativity and collaboration.

People checking out the main space during an open house

Draft has lots of space from its main room to the sun room, garden, and upstairs studio and conference rooms.


Photo by INDYtoday team

P30, 3039 N. Post Rd.
This coworking space and community center on the far east side features access to on-site laundry, coffee, indoor community garden, arcade, podcast studio, fitness center, showers, and meditation room.

Industrious, 350 Mass Ave., Ste. 300
This coworking space is located conveniently on Mass Avenue in the Marietta Building. What makes it special? It’s dog-friendly, offers retail and dining options, and has an outdoor space.

Switchboard, 735 and 801 Shelby St.
This coworking space in the Fountain Fletcher District offers members 24/7 access and even has on-site childcare. Memberships include private conference and meeting room access, coffee and snacks, printing and scanning, and mailbox and suite numbers.

Do you go to a different coworking space around Indy that’s not on our list? Let us know.
Thursday, April 11
  • Chair Aerobics | Thursday, April 11 | 11:30 a.m.-12:10 p.m. | Indianapolis Public Library Southport Branch, 2630 E. Stop 11 Rd., Indianapolis | Free | Join a 13-week, low-impact, seated exercise and brain fitness class led by an instructor from Through the Ages Fitness.
Friday, April 12
  • LINK: An IndyHub Fundraiser | Friday, April 12 | 7-11 p.m. | VisionLoft Events, 1060 N. Capitol Ave., Ste. 1-102, Indianapolis | $85+ | Link up with some of Indy’s best people while putting your money toward a good cause — plus, enjoy an open bar, live music, and complimentary food.
Saturday, April 13
  • Introduction to Bonsai Gardening | Saturday, April 13 | 10-11 a.m. | Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library, 250 N. 5th St., Zionsville | Free | Join Scott Yelich of Eagle Creek Bonsai + learn the basics of getting started with bonsai gardening.
  • Writing Workshop and Open Mic with IndyUntitled | Saturday, April 13 | 4 p.m. | Indy Reads, 1066 Virginia Ave., Indianapolis | Free | This event aims to progress and uplift writers of all skill sets through workshops, open mics, and publication opportunities.
Sunday, April 14
  • Indiana Pacers vs. Atlanta Hawks | Sunday, April 14 | 1 p.m. | Gainbridge Fieldhouse, 125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis | $13+ | Pack the stadium and help cheer on the Pacers in their last home game of the regular season.
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News Notes
  • Work has begun on the athletic fields + main school building at the former Broad Ripple High School to prepare the campus’ transition to a middle school next school year. The project is part of a plan to renovate and update 23 schools, thanks to the passage of last year’s $410 million capital referendum. (IndyStar)
  • Early voting locations in Hamilton County (Carmel, Westfield, and Fishers) are in need of more poll workers. To work early voting, you must submit to a background check + complete a couple hours of county orientation. The pay is $19 per hour. Apply online. (WISH)
  • The Westfield City Council approved plans for two new residential developments that call for a total of 582 single-family houses. Ravinia will be built on 80 acres near the intersection of 166th Street and Eagletown Road + Winterburg will be built on 205 acres between 186th and 193rd streets. (IBJ)
  • Indy’s Parvo Prevention Project wants to help protect dogs by hosting a free drive-thru Parvo vaccination clinic on Saturday, April 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside (FIDO) at 1505 N. Sherman Dr. The goal is to vaccinate 500 dogs from the preventable disease. (WRTV)
Plan Ahead
  • Don’t want to deal with parking or traffic to get to the Indy 500? You can “Bike to the 500" and join a five-mile ride with police officers + ride leaders. The ride starts at the AMP at 16 Tech and will leave at 7:30 a.m. and at 9:30 a.m. There will be valet parking for cyclists near the Gate 1 entry at IMS. Tickets are on sale now. (WTHR)
Try This
  • Did you know you can mingle with flamingos at the Indianapolis Zoo? Once a day (when the weather is nice), the zoo lets the flamingos roam free to visit with guests. Pro tip: Get to the zoo before 9:45 a.m. to see the flamingos up close — it only lasts about 20 minutes. (WRTV)
  • The Indiana Pacers overcame a slow start to take down the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night. How was Tyrese Haliburton able to have such a productive scoring game? Locked On host Tony East breaks it all down before this week’s edition of standings watch.
    Fun Fact
    • The Indiana Grown label designates products truly from Indiana. With 2,000+ members encompassing the supply chain across farms, small businesses, markets, and restaurants, the initiative extends beyond just produce and livestock. Learn where else you can find the label.*
    Plan Ahead
    • Psst — Taxes are almost due. Use E-file for quick, online filing. Plus, file your federal taxes for free with their basic software plan.*
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    Your furry friend’s new spot to sleep. Say goodbye to traditional pet beds and pick your favorite print.
    In Friday’s newsletter, we tested your astronomical knowledge ahead of the total solar eclipse. Here’s how you did:

    Total Solar Eclipse positioned behind the torch on the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis

    Local photographer Chandu Prem Lal captured a once-in-a-lifetime shot.


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    Q: How many meteor showers are visible across the world each year?
    A: Dozens
    32% of you got this answer correct.

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    A: Super Flower Moon
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    Q: When is the start of the summer solstice?
    A: Thursday, June 20
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    One of my personal favorite coworking spaces is draft creative space, and I can’t believe it’s already coming up on its one-year anniversary. I remember touring it for its opening. You can join in the celebration on Thursday, April 25. There will be an open work day, plus other programming all day. Get more details.
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