Back on the Leash! (Andy Horning is hosting this event)

What to Bring: Sign, Voice & Friends
*Paid parking ($5, we believe) is available on the south side of 38th Street, across from the Fairgrounds. (This is where many of the Indy1500 gun show attendees park.) If you park there, you'll want to cross to the north side of 38th Street at the crosswalk on foot, and then head east (approx. 1000ft) to Fall Creek. NOTE: The Indy 1500 Gun Show is taking place this same weekend, so there will be high visibility at the protest location.

Dress accordingly to the weather. This is an outdoor protest.
For all updates, including any changes to the event, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/426766427393323/?ref=22
General Rules for a Peaceful Protest:
Do not block sidewalks & streets with your bodies or signs.
Avoid conflicts & any physical contact with any opponents. Our 1st Amendment rights are their rights, too! Take the high road...be CIVIL at all times.
No violence, no racism, no breaking the law.
Treat Law Enforcement Officers with respect.
Do not leave any trash on private property or on the streets, sidewalks, & surrounding areas.
SIGNS: No vulgar wording or symbols; phrasing must pertain to demonstration theme; may not be posted or hung in the area.

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