The annual Summer Bash is
Friday, July 22nd, from 6 to 10 PM at the West Harbour Pool.
Everyone in West Harbour is invited!
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult! Bring a dish to share and come on down and join the fun! We will provide hot dogs from the grill, pop, ice, condiments, plates, and silverware.
** Two lifeguards on duty – swimming until 9:30!
** Bounce house from Aardvark party supply (activity will be supervised all 4 hours)
** Jason Fritz with ProSound Entertainment will once again be our DJ!
** Door prizes donated by some generous local businesses – If you own your own business and would like to donate something, please contact Joanna Post at 776-7033 as soon as possible!
We need some volunteers to help set up and clean up! If you would like to volunteer, or if you have questions, please call Joanna Post at 776-7033.
Hope to see you there!!
From the Noblesville Mayor’s office:
The City of Noblesville Wastewater Utility (located at 197 W. Washington Street) will host a blood drive on Friday, June 3 from 9am – 4:45pm. This blood drive is part of the 5th Annual Indiana Fallen Officer Blood Drive. The public is asked to donate blood as a way to recognize the sacrifices of Indiana’s law enforcement officers and to honor the 375 Indiana Fallen Officers. Several time slots are still open, so those who are interested in donating blood are asked to schedule a time online at www.donorpoint.org or call Amy at 770-5124 to schedule a donation time.
From the Noblesville Mayor’s office:
Next Saturday, May 21st will be the opening day for the 20th annual Noblesville Farmers Market. The Farmers Market will be held rain or shine from 8am – 12:30pm every Saturday from May 21st until October 29th. The market is located in the Riverview Hospital Overflow parking lot (at the intersection of State Road 19 and State Road 32) and offers plenty of free parking.
Noblesville Main Street coordinates the market which offers a variety of locally grown produce, plants, crafts, jewelry, food, and more. In addition, there will be several special event days at the market such as the Health Fair (June 11); Kids Day (July 30); Salsa Dip Contest (August 13); Pet Day (September 17); Pie Baking Contest (October 8); and Chili Cookoff (October 29).
Between 2000 – 3000 people visit the Noblesville Farmers Market each Saturday and the market averages 70 vendor booths per week. Noblesville Main Street is still accepting applications from vendors for this season with a special emphasis on booths that sell unique products as well as organic and locally grown produce.
For more information about the Noblesville Farmers Market or to apply to be a vendor, please contact Noblesville Main Street at (317) 776-0205.
The Noblesville Parks Department and Hare Chevrolet will host their annual free Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 16 at Forest Park (701 Cicero Road). Children are invited to come and enjoy lots of fun activities beginning at 10am including a bounce house, airbrushed tattoos, and a DJ. The Easter Bunny will be making a special guest appearance to have pictures taken with boys and girls. The Egg Hunt will then begin at 11am sharp.
Come early to enjoy a pancake breakfast from 8:30am – 11:30am, hosted by the Noblesville Sunrisers Kiwanis. The menu will be pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee, and milk. The cost is $5 per person and all proceeds will benefit Riley Hospital for Kids. Tickets may be purchased at the breakfast.
For more information, contact the Parks Department at (317) 776-6350.
From the Noblesville Mayor’s office…
The Sustain Noblesville Committee will be hosting a free Bicycle Safety Class for the community on Saturday, March 26 from 9am – 11am at Forest Park Inn (701 Cicero Road). Pre-registration is not required for the class.
The class will cover overall bicycle safety and also address any specific concerns from city and county employees who will be participating in the first annual Hamilton County Bike to Work Day. Bike to Work Day will be held on Friday, May 20 (rain date Friday, May 27).
“We’re excited to promote health and wellness along with Hamilton County on Bike to Work Day,” said Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear. “We also want employees and other members of the community to be safe whenever they get on a bike.”
The class will be conducted by Noblesville resident John Shankland, who commuted to work via bicycle for over ten years and worked in the bicycle industry for sixteen years.
For more information about the Bicycle Safety Class or the Hamilton County Bike to Work Day, call (317) 776-6324.