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Walk the Talk Moves to the Athenaeum

Walk the Talk, a motivational speaking engagement series, returns to Indianapolis June 27 for a discussion about Signs and Synchronicity beginning at 7:45 p.m. The event, which has been traditionally held at The Vogue, will make its debut at the Basile Theatre in the historic Athenaeum, located downtown.

It’s suggested that signs and synchronicities happen in the same way and it would seem they work together. Join six area speakers for a discussion about this phenomenon and how it influences humanity.

The series offers events on a variety of topics designed to help people create the life they desire through inspiration, motivation and awakening. The presentations also feature live music, a light show, an interactive environment where participants may explore the necessary tools to incorporate what they’ve learned into everyday life, takeaways and a motivational balloon drop.

Cost: $15/adults, $5/kids 11 and under. Location: 401 East Michigan St., Indianapolis. For more information, call 317-502-1250, email WalkTheTalkSeries@gmail.com or visit WalkTheTalkSeries.com/events or AthenaeumFoundation.org.

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