Note: The time for the June 25 38th & Shine promo video filming has changed. The new time is 8 p.m. and is listed below.

Butler-Tarkington is going to be a busy place June 24-26. Here are a few things you need to know as well as a couple of ideas for things to do:

Friday, June 24:

Route map for 24 Hours of Booty, 201624 Hours of Booty, bike ride begins at 7 p.m. (additional festivities begin Friday at 1 p.m.) — The fundraising event will take place throughout Friday evening and into Saturday evening. Check out the full event schedule. Some roads through Butler-Tarkington will be closed for the event. You can see the full event details here.

Saturday, June 25:

Pro-Ink Studios grand opening, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. — Pro-Ink Studios, 305 W. 42nd St., invites the community for free food, Popsicles, live music, prize raffles and more as it celebrates its grand opening.

38th & Shine Promo Video Shoot, 8 p.m. — The organizers of 38th & Shine (find out more about this attempt to break a sparkler world record) are filming a promotional video and a couple volunteers are needed. It is expected to take only about 30 minutes; volunteers may just be seen in the background or some may say something on camera. If you’re interested, contact Asa asa@yardboxfilms.com or 646-369-2758 or simply show up on the big lawn at Tarkington Park at 6:30 p.m.

24 Hours of Booty — Ride concludes at 7 p.m.

N.I.T.E. Ride, 11 p.m. — Bike riders will pedal off from IUPUI’s Carroll Stadium and travel through downtown, Butler-Tarkington, Broad Ripple and more. This will affect some neighborhood roads, including Illinois Street, 46th Street, Sunset Avenue, Hampton Drive, Haughey Avenue and 42nd Street. See the full route here.

Sunday June 26:

AIM Fest, Sunday, June 26 at 3 p.m. — AIM (Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring) and Crossroads Cafe (4255 Boulevard Place) will be holding the first annual AIM Fest.  The event will be held at Crossroads Cafe, located at 42nd and Boulevard) and will feature a brief dedication of a new mural as well as family activities including face painting, cornhole toss and dunk tank. Sweet snacks will be for sale as a fundraiser. See the AIM Fest Flyer for more details.