The Circle City HIV/AIDS Coalition and the Indianapolis Museum of Art will participate in the annual observance of World AIDS Day Saturday, Dec. 1 beginning at 2 p.m.
A program featuring Maxwell Anderson, director and CEO of the Indianapolis Museum of Art; Dr. Virginia Caine, director of the Marion County Health Department; and Merrill Kenna, executive director of the Damien Center, will be held in Pulliam Great Hall at the IMA.
As part of the program, the Circle City HIV/AIDS Coalition will conduct a memorial service designed to raise awareness and remember those Hoosiers who have died from complications of HIV/AIDS. The Indianapolis Men’s and Women’s Choruses will perform, and panels from the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt will be displayed. Members of the public are invited to attend.
Scholar’s Inn Bakehouse in Broad Ripple is also observing World AIDS Day by donating 15 percent of customer receipts to the Indiana AIDS Fund.
Through this Saturday, dine as often as you wish at The Bakehouse on the corner of College and Broad Ripple Avenue, put your receipts in the donation box before leaving and Scholars Inn will donate 15 percent to the Indiana AIDS Fund. This offer is good for all purchases including deli items, pastries, breads, gift certificates, cakes, cookies, coffees, teas, to go orders and even catering."