Middle Way House’s 50 Years of Caring Free Concert and Picnic in the Park

BLOOMINGTON – This year, Middle Way House is celebrating 50 Years of Caring for our community, and we want to thank everyone for supporting us throughout the years. Without the love and generosity, the community has demonstrated, Middle Way House would not be able to offer the life-saving services they provide.

To thank you, they are having a 50 Years of Caring Concert and Picnic in the Park on Sunday, June 12th from 12-3
p.m. at Switchyard Park. This event is family-friendly and completely free – just like Middle Way House’s services.

The 50 Years of Caring Concert will feature amazing performances by Krista Detor, Janiece Jaffe, Amanda Biggs, Lara Lynn, and the Kid, Second Baptist Church Choir, Bethel AME Church Choir, Emcee Nell Weatherwax, and more!

You do not want to miss this free concert packed with local, talented artists.

You are welcome to bring your own food to the picnic, but there will be several food trucks available to purchase food from, including Döner Kebab, Rasta Pops, Top Shotta Jerk Chicken, and Chocolate Moose. We will also have free baked goods generously donated by Rainbow Bakery and Baked! of Bloomington. Additionally, there will be children’s activities, a dancing timeline, and opportunities to learn about Middle Way House’s services.

Officials want to extend this invitation to the entire community, so please feel free to share this flyer with your network and on social media.

About Middle Way House
For the past 50 years, Middle Way House has been providing services to people in crisis. Today, Middle Way House provides on-scene advocacy, support services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking, transitional and permanent housing solutions for survivors and their families, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, a 24/7 help & crisis line, and education and prevention programs. Middle Way House serves six counties in southern Indiana (Monroe, Greene, Lawrence, Owen, Morgan, and Martin), with outreach offices in Greene, Martin, and Owen counties, and relies on a staff of 70 and a committed volunteer force to provide around-the-clock response and services to those experiencing abuse and assault. We believe, support, and affirm the identities of ALL survivors. For more information, please visit www.MiddleWayHouse.org.