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As Federal Hill Commons approaches its third year of programming, the Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce another action packed season with free concerts and events for all ages at the urban downtown park.
"This year's schedule will continue to build off the momentum and excitement from our first two years at Federal Hill Commons," said Parks Director Brandon Bennett. "Based on the community feedback we've received, we're bringing more events to the park and expanding our popular events as well – in addition to the previously announced concert series."
This year's event season kicks off with the third annual Salsa for Salsa event on May 17 and includes free, family-friendly events throughout the summer and fall. The 2019 schedule includes:
Community Events
May 17 – Salsa for Salsa; 6 to 9 p.m.
May 21 – Public Works Palooza; 5 to 7 p.m.
June 26 – 38th Infantry Division Band, Indiana Army National Guard; 7 to 8:30 p.m.
July 7-August 25 – Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC) Band Concerts Series; 6:30 p.m. Sundays
July 25-27 and August 1-3 – Shakespeare in the Park presented by NCAC; 8:30 p.m.
Aug. 6 – National Night Out; 5 to 7 p.m.
Aug. 17 – Rotary BrewBQ; 4 to 8 p.m.
Oct. 19 – Family Halloween Party; 4 to 6 p.m.

Concert at the Commons
May 25 – Karen Waldrup (country) with Essex County
June 29 – The Dweebs (variety rock) with Ed Zlaty Rock Band
Aug. 24 – Hairbanger's Ball (80's rock hairband music) with Electric Revolution
Aug. 31 – 16 Candles (80's music) with The Cosmic Situation
*Concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Tribute Tour
June 15 – Separate Ways (Journey tribute band) with Fishers School of Rock
July 13 – Night Train (Guns N' Roses tribute band) with Carmel School of Rock
Aug. 10 – Southern Accents (Tom Petty tribute band) with Lightner Shaffer Duo
Sept. 14 – Bobby Miller (Prince and Michael Jackson tribute band) with Groove Smash
*Concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Movies in the Park
Aug. 23 – "Incredibles 2"
Aug. 30 – "Mary Poppins Returns"
Sept. 6 – "How to Train Your Dragon 3"
Sept. 13 – "Bumblebee"
Sept. 20 – "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"
Sept. 27 – "Dumbo (2019)"
*Movies will begin at dusk.

Food Truck Fridays
The lunchtime event, presented by Hamilton County Chiropractic, is 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Fridays of the month from May through September. Each includes five to seven food trucks providing specialty meals and desserts with live acoustic music from Craig Thurston. During June and July, children activities will begin at 11:30 a.m. at First Merchants Pavilion:
June 14 – Be a Mime Show
June 28 – Comedy and Magic Show
July 12 – Marc Thomas and Max the Moose Show
July 26 – Snakes Alive with Snakehead Ed

For more information, visit www.federalhillcommons.com.
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As Federal Hill Commons approaches its third year of programming, the Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce another action packed season with free concerts and events for all ages at the urban downtown park.
“This year’s schedule will continue to build off the momentum and excitement from our first two years at Federal Hill Commons,” said Parks Director Brandon Bennett. “Based on the community feedback we’ve received, we’re bringing more events to the park and expanding our popular events as well – in addition to the previously announced concert series.”
This year’s event season kicks off with the third annual Salsa for Salsa event on May 17 and includes free, family-friendly events throughout the summer and fall. The 2019 schedule includes:
Community Events
May 17 – Salsa for Salsa; 6 to 9 p.m.
May 21 – Public Works Palooza; 5 to 7 p.m.
June 26 – 38th Infantry Division Band, Indiana Army National Guard; 7 to 8:30 p.m.
July 7-August 25 – Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC) Band Concerts Series; 6:30 p.m. Sundays 
July 25-27 and August 1-3 – Shakespeare in the Park presented by NCAC; 8:30 p.m.
Aug. 6 – National Night Out; 5 to 7 p.m.
Aug. 17 – Rotary BrewBQ; 4 to 8 p.m.
Oct. 19 – Family Halloween Party; 4 to 6 p.m.

Concert at the Commons
May 25 – Karen Waldrup (country) with Essex County
June 29 – The Dweebs (variety rock) with Ed Zlaty Rock Band
Aug. 24 – Hairbanger’s Ball (80’s rock hairband music) with Electric Revolution
Aug. 31 – 16 Candles (80’s music) with The Cosmic Situation
*Concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Tribute Tour
June 15 – Separate Ways (Journey tribute band) with Fishers School of Rock
July 13 – Night Train (Guns N’ Roses tribute band) with Carmel School of Rock
Aug. 10 – Southern Accents (Tom Petty tribute band) with Lightner Shaffer Duo
Sept. 14 – Bobby Miller (Prince and Michael Jackson tribute band) with Groove Smash
*Concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Movies in the Park
Aug. 23 – “Incredibles 2”
Aug. 30 – “Mary Poppins Returns”
Sept. 6 – “How to Train Your Dragon 3”
Sept. 13 – “Bumblebee”
Sept. 20 – “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”
Sept. 27 – “Dumbo (2019)”
*Movies will begin at dusk.

Food Truck Fridays 
The lunchtime event, presented by Hamilton County Chiropractic, is 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Fridays of the month from May through September. Each includes five to seven food trucks providing specialty meals and desserts with live acoustic music from Craig Thurston. During June and July, children activities will begin at 11:30 a.m. at First Merchants Pavilion:
June 14 – Be a Mime Show
June 28 – Comedy and Magic Show
July 12 – Marc Thomas and Max the Moose Show 
July 26 – Snakes Alive with Snakehead Ed

For more information, visit www.federalhillcommons.com.

 

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I can't believe we are going on the third year! All the activities have been fantastic!

Suezane Shaffer

Noblesville leaders have broken ground on the extension of the Riverwalk Trail's southern portion. This portion of the Riverwalk will add 1,530 feet of 8-foot-wide trail from Division Street to Southside Park. Midwest Paving will complete the project this summer.

"Our residents place a high value on trails both for connectivity and for the enjoyment of nature, and this section of the Riverwalk provides both," said Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear. "Once completed, the Riverwalk will connect two of our city parks as it will run from Southside to Forest parks."

In 2016, the city created the southern portion of Riverwalk trail behind Riverside Cemetery that connected Maple Avenue to Division Street. Beneath the trail pavement, 1,100 feet of 60-inch conveyance sewer pipe was buried as part of Noblesville Utilities' Long Term Control Plan to reduce or eliminate any combined sewer overflow to the city's treatment plant. This portion of the trail connects with the existing Riverwalk along the downtown bank of the White River.

"The initial southern extension provided a picturesque view of the White River and its benches have provided patrons the opportunity to sit back and view nature and wildlife," said Ditslear. "This portion provides Southwest Quad residents with easier pedestrian access to downtown and extends this highly-used amenity."

Riverwalk Phase IV is the third major trail project the city has begun in 2019. Levee Trail and Midland Trace Trail Phase III each broke ground earlier this month. Noblesville will surpass 100 total miles of trails in the city this year.
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Noblesville leaders have broken ground on the extension of the Riverwalk Trail’s southern portion. This portion of the Riverwalk will add 1,530 feet of 8-foot-wide trail from Division Street to Southside Park. Midwest Paving will complete the project this summer.

“Our residents place a high value on trails both for connectivity and for the enjoyment of nature, and this section of the Riverwalk provides both,” said Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear. “Once completed, the Riverwalk will connect two of our city parks as it will run from Southside to Forest parks.”

In 2016, the city created the southern portion of Riverwalk trail behind Riverside Cemetery that connected Maple Avenue to Division Street. Beneath the trail pavement, 1,100 feet of 60-inch conveyance sewer pipe was buried as part of Noblesville Utilities’ Long Term Control Plan to reduce or eliminate any combined sewer overflow to the city’s treatment plant. This portion of the trail connects with the existing Riverwalk along the downtown bank of the White River.

“The initial southern extension provided a picturesque view of the White River and its benches have provided patrons the opportunity to sit back and view nature and wildlife,” said Ditslear. “This portion provides Southwest Quad residents with easier pedestrian access to downtown and extends this highly-used amenity.”

Riverwalk Phase IV is the third major trail project the city has begun in 2019. Levee Trail and Midland Trace Trail Phase III each broke ground earlier this month. Noblesville will surpass 100 total miles of trails in the city this year.