Fountain Square pioneer Siam Square (936 Virginia Ave., 317-636-8424) announced that it will close for renovations until mid-October.
Que Wimberly, owner of The Missing Brick (6404 Rucker Rd.) has her sights on an expansion: a daytime (Monday–Wednesday) food truck featuring two double-deck ovens and the pizza joint’s signature rectangular pies. Look for a February 2020 launch.
The Patachou Foundation is teaming up with a host of sponsors to present An Evening with Marcus McAllister of Cure Violence. The forum plans to address gun violence in the city and larger national community. Tickets available at a discounted rate until September 7.
To celebrate National Video Game Day (Thursday, September 12), 16-Bit Bar + Arcade (110 E. New York St., 317-939-6916) is hosting a Mario Kart tournament to benefit Gamers Outreach Foundation. Register for a spot in the single elimination tournament on their website.
New Day Craft is hosting a Meadful Things and Outciders Festival on Nov. 2 at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 Brookside Ave.). The event promises food trucks and unlimited samples of more than 150 mead and cider varieties.