The Blind Pig Speakeasy Shindig

Benefitting Make Good Decisions Program.

 

A special “Thank You” to our 2020 Big Pig Sponsor:

Indiana Youth Services Association’s special event, The Blind Pig a Speakeasy Shindig benefits the Make Good Decisions Initiative. Make Good Decisions educates teens and young adults about the dangers of underage drinking, drugs, destructive behaviors and the Indiana Lifeline Law.

DATES / TIMES
  • October 8, 2020
  • Doors open at 6:00pm for registration
  • Event: 6:30pm to 9:30pm

TICKETS

**Must be 21 years old to attend**

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EVENT INFO
  • Friendly gambling, special drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction!
  • Festive Cocktail and Flapper Style Attire Welcome
  • Complimentary Parking (for event only).

LOCATION

The Columbia Club
121 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Columbia Club Special Room Rates:

  • $138 for Double or King Deluxe Room
  • $168 for Queen or King Suite (1 bedroom & common area)
  • Overnight valet parking – $30.00

Reservations: call 317-767-1361 and mention you are a “Blind Pig” attendee

TABLE HOSTS

We are seeking table host leaders. If you are interested in hosting a table contact:

Connie Rentschler
rentscj@aol.com

SPONSORSHIPS

We are seeking event sponsors. For more information about sponsorships contact:

Michele Whelchel
Chief Advancement Officer
Indiana Youth Services Association
mwhelchel@indysb.org


Blind Pig – noun. Also called a speakeasy or blind tiger, is a term applied to an exclusive social establishment in the 19th century that sold alcohol unlawfully during prohibition. The exact origin and definition has been lost in saloon folklore but likely was first used in Chicago during the 1870s. One legend held that in Chicago the police raided an illegal barroom marked by a sign with only the letters “A P G”. When a journalist inquired about its ownership an officer answered “A PIG” with its “I” knocked out – hence the term “Blind Pig”. Many years later Blind Pigs would become one of the slang terms for speakeasies of the prohibition era.Origin: 1865-70, Americanism

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