INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - UPDATE 7:23 p.m. Saturday: The WARMfest event in Broad Ripple Park has been canceled for Saturday night due to weather in the area.
Event-goers are advised to keep their wristbands. Saturday attendees will be able to attend the festival on Sunday or Monday if wearing a Saturday wristband.
If you don't have any plans this Labor Day weekend, there are several events planned in Indianapolis.
WARMfest started its first of the 3-day festival at Broad Ripple Park Saturday morning.
This is not only a celebration of art, music and all things in between.
It's also a fundraiser to continue efforts that are already underway along the banks of the White River -- to restore this historic water way to what it once was.
"Remove all the invasive honeysuckle species that have dominated these shorelines to the degree that you couldn't have even seen the park from the river, or the river from the park," Dan Ripley, with WARMfest said. "It really is an opportunity for people to reconnect with the recreational value that this great natural resource offers you."
That goal, will be met with money raised at WARMfest, this year and in years to come.
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