The Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis (UUI) provides five marked accessible parking spots in its front parking lot (off 43rd Street). The doors to the main building can open automatically. There is a curb cut from the parking lot to the walkway entrance. Patrons can be dropped off at the main door.
Concert Hall and Fellowship Hall
Both the Concert Hall (church sanctuary) and Fellowship Hall (the outer meeting/refreshment area) are accessible and on the entry level. There are no steps, steep ramps, or deep carpeting to impede wheelchairs or walkers.
Two multi-stall gender neutral restrooms are off Fellowship Hall. A single-stall restroom is available in the Cottage, located just across the parking lot from the building where the concerts are held. All restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
While seating is first come, first served, the seats are easily moved to accommodate individuals with disabilities and their companions. Doors to the venue typically open 30 minutes before the performance. If you require wheelchair seating, we recommend arriving early to guarantee seating with your friends and family.
Patrons who need additional time and assistance in seating may notify the Indy Folk Series by email (email@example.com) prior to the concert of this need and accommodation. The Indy Folk Series volunteers will assist you in securing appropriate seating when you arrive.
Service Dogs and Guide Dogs
Task-trained dogs that assist a person with a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are welcome.
T-Coil Availability for the Hearing-Impaired
The UUI sanctuary/concert hall is equipped with Telecoil (T-Coil or Loop) technology. Most newer hearing aids have a switch to turn it on. Others can turn it on from a smartphone app. If you do not have a T-Coil-enabled hearing aid, ask the sound technician to provide you a T-Coil-enabled listening device that the church provides. In the sanctuary’s T-Coil area, those speaking into a microphone will be heard clearly, while ambient crowd noise and other sounds will be suppressed.
All Indy Folk Series concerts are streamed online via Zoom. See our TICKETS page for more information.
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