NewsArts & Culture / September 4, 2019

How A Small Parish Social Turned Into One Of The Most Popular Foodie Festivals In Indianapolis

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St. Joan of Arc Church's French Market has grown to be one of the most anticipated foodie festivals in Indianapolis. - Courtesy St. Joan of Arc Church French Market via Facebook

St. Joan of Arc Church's French Market has grown to be one of the most anticipated foodie festivals in Indianapolis.

Courtesy St. Joan of Arc Church French Market via Facebook

A wide variety of French food, art and music will tempt visitors to the 29th annual St. Joan of Arc Church French Market this weekend.  Recent renovations on the nearly 100-year-old building will also be unveiled.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with committee member Greg Bedan about the event and asked him how a small parish social turned into one of the most anticipated foodie festivals in the city.

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