Category Archives: Broad Ripple Park

Split rail fence project

Donate to make Broad Ripple Park even better! An Eagle Scout candidate from local BSA Troop 133 will be leading a much-needed project in Broad Ripple Park this coming Saturday, October 23. He and other volunteers will remove the old … Continue reading

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popsicles & tree climbing

Today, the Friends of Broad Ripple Park helped support the Indiana Tree Climbing Competition! This event in the park brought professional climbers and arborists together to compete in various events, and they also offered a Kids Climb for youngsters. Kids … Continue reading

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Broad Ripple RiverWalk update

You can help make the Broad Ripple RiverWalk happen! Years in the planning, the RiverWalk will connect our favorite park with the Monon Trail and Broad Ripple Village with a wide, multi-use path separated from automobile traffic. This project will … Continue reading

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Pollinator gardens 2021

Thanks to the work of Master Gardener Mary Durkin and her volunteers, our pollinator gardens are enjoying another healthy year of supporting nature at work! Buzzing pollinators move from flower to flower and butterfly caterpillars are munching away.┬áThis is a … Continue reading

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New Family Center construction has begun

Construction has begun on the new Broad Ripple Park Family Center & we are excited! It is a wonderful amenity for the park and will serve generations of park visitors for years to come. If you have never taken a … Continue reading

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Garlic mustard 2021

For the seventh year in a row, the Friends of Broad Ripple Park removed invasive garlic mustard from the 10 Acre Woods. With some spot supervision by Wiley the dog, 15 humans spent 72.5 hours filling 101 trash bags during … Continue reading

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Pollinator gardens 2020

The pollinator gardens along the sidewalks near the pool are looking great! A wide variety of native plants are healthy and growing, and the buzzing pollinators prove it. Not only that, but monarch butterfly caterpillars are munching away on the … Continue reading

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