TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)– Live music and local vendors are just some of the activities that will take place at the pavilion outside of Illumination Wellness that was finished earlier this week.

According to 12 Points Revitalization Initiative President, Jennifer Mullen, the building is for community members to use as they see fit.

“It’s a community project so, the community members donated to this Patronicity campaign, and so the community members can use it as they see fit,” she said.

Mullen said the pavilion used about $5,000 from the Patronicity grant from last year. Keymark Contractors built the facility, and the Wabash Valley Jeep Junkies donated funds to have two benches dedicated to Don Morris and his wife, Cheryl Hart.

The pavilion will also be host to “12 Point Creator’s Markets” every Thursday through October, from 4-8 p.m. Mullen said the pavilion is the first part of multiple improvements coming to that area near Lafayette Avenue.

“We have a meditation garden that Illumination Wellness added to enhance the area. I think the grand opening for that is going to be August 31st,” she said. “There’s a lot going on in this area, we’re going to have a food truck called the ‘Truck Stop,’ a business that’s going to be back there coming in the next month or two.”

Mullen said these improvements are all a part of the greater effort to improve the 12 Points Neighborhood.

“It’s just a piece of the bigger thing, there’s so much more coming, community members know that we’re good stewards of the money, all of the money that’s raised filters right back into the community and helps this area grow economically, not just this area but the entire town,” she said.