Downtown Evansville Tuesday Tunes & Treats and Yoga Series Return

The DOWNTOWN EVANSVILLE – Economic Improvement District (EID) announces the return of two Downtown programming series, Tuesday Tunes & Treats and the Downtown Evansville Yoga Series. Both event series are free to attend and open to the community.

Tuesday Tunes & Treats launched in 2020 as the EID expanded its efforts to connect with the Downtown daytime population. The series kicks off Tuesday, May 11 from 11:30 AM – 1 PM at Game Room Alley (217 Main Street) and will feature music from local musician Angel Rhoades. Treats will be provided by Bargetown Market. Guests are encouraged to stop by during their lunch break, listen to tunes, and grab a free treat, courtesy of the EID. The weekly series will run through July 27. For a list of weekly performers and more details visit Downtown Evansville Indiana on Facebook.

The Downtown Evansville Yoga Series Presented by Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union returns Wednesday, May 12 at 5:30 PM. The series has a new location this year, the lawn of the Reitz Home Museum (112 Chestnut Street). Classes will be led by Zola Johnson, a certified instructor, and are open to all skill levels. Participants should bring their own mat and water to stay hydrated. The series will take place Wednesdays through June 30.

“In 2020 we pivoted to smaller scale events and classes to connect with and invite the community to enjoy and experience Downtown safely. These two series were a direct result, and we are pleased to continue to execute them in 2021,” said Josh Armstrong, president, EID. Visit Downtown Evansville Indiana on social media to learn more about each event series.

About DOWNTOWN EVANSVILLE – Economic Improvement District 

Following a 2017 petition process of member property owners, the EID was formed in 2018 to provide benefits and services to member properties paid for by a special annual assessment on these properties. The EID builds a move active and inclusive Downtown Evansville. It enhances resident, consumer, investor, work and visitor experiences in Downtown Evansville. In 2021, the EID will lead over $200,000 in projects which improve the appearance of Downtown, in addition to marketing, advocacy and safety programs.