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Based on today's announcement from Gov. Eric Holcomb, Noblesville will host its annual Noblesville Fourth of July Fireworks Parade & Festival events including the parade downtown, and festival and fireworks at Forest Park as planned on Saturday, July 4.

"We are excited to move forward with our city's Fourth of July activities so we can celebrate together as a community. We will host safe and fun events for in Noblesville and have planned additional safety measures to make attendees feel more comfortable while social distancing," Mayor Chris Jensen said.

This year's Stars & Stripes Forever Parade sponsored by Gaylor Electric will be led by four "Frontline Heroes" – Jill Maynard of Noblesville Schools, Joyce Wood of Riverview Health, Division Chief James Macky of Noblesville Fire Department and Officer Trevor Schmidt of the Noblesville Police Department. The parade begins at 4:30 p.m. at the corner of 16th and Harrison streets and will run along Logan, Ninth and Monument streets.

Due to public health concerns, parade participants will not be permitted to hand out or distribute anything to the crowd to eliminate all hand-to-hand contact. The city also extended the parade route four streets along Monument Street. For social distancing, the public is encouraged to use the entire length of the parade to view the event.

Immediately after the parade, the free Fireworks Festival, presented by IDI Composites International, Inc., will take place at Forest Park from 6 to 10 p.m. The event will include traditional park amenities such as playgrounds, shelters and shade; along with food vendors and a beer garden. Boy Band Review will perform from the main stage on the golf course from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The festival will increase the number of hand washing stations located across Forest Park – and near all restrooms. All attractions from the festival that are not conducive to social distancing or would be impossible to sanitize after each use have been removed this year. This includes annual items like kids zone inflatables, face painters, rock climbing wall and the zip line.

"We recommend guests practice social distancing where possible and encourage the wearing of face masks. Guests are also encouraged to bring hand sanitizer and plenty of water since water fountains are turned off at the park and the forecast calls for a hot, humid day," Jensen said.

The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce is donating free, disposable facemasks for those that want them – as supplies last. These will be available at the two info booths at the festival. The chamber also will make the masks available downtown prior to the parade.

The grand finale of the day will be the fireworks display, which will begin at approximately 10 p.m. Attendees can view the fireworks at the festival, but the city also is making Federal Hill Commons available as a socially-distant public viewing area. Federal Hill allows families to spread out and view the fireworks away from Forest Park and closer to available parking. Noblesville Police will assist in crossing traffic at Conner Street and Indiana 19 and event workers will be at Federal Hill to assist guests. For those who are unable to attend, the city will be livestreaming the fireworks on its social media pages.

The festival is providing free trolley rides from Noblesville High School, 18111 Cumberland Road, to Forest Park. The trolleys will make four stops across the parking lot.

As part of this year's safety measures, drivers will wear face masks and have their temperature taken prior to driving. Trolleys will be disinfected after each drop-off and will be deep cleaned prior to the fireworks. Hand sanitizer will be available on all trolleys.

Public parking will not be available at the park. The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce is selling parking permits to The Lodge's lot (available at www.noblesvillechamber.com/events/details/july-4th-2020-vip-fireworks-concert-parking-4500) and the Forest Park Aquatic Center is also selling permits to its lot. Each permit is $25. Limited handicap parking will be available at Shelter No. 5 inside the park.

"We are encouraging guests to utilize the numerous downtown parking lots and on street parking and walk to the festival using the pedestrian bridges across the White River or State Road 19," Jensen said.

For questions or additional details, visit www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.
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Based on today’s announcement from Gov. Eric Holcomb, Noblesville will host its annual Noblesville Fourth of July Fireworks Parade & Festival events including the parade downtown, and festival and fireworks at Forest Park as planned on Saturday, July 4.

“We are excited to move forward with our city’s Fourth of July activities so we can celebrate together as a community. We will host safe and fun events for in Noblesville and have planned additional safety measures to make attendees feel more comfortable while social distancing,” Mayor Chris Jensen said. 

This year’s Stars & Stripes Forever Parade sponsored by Gaylor Electric will be led by four “Frontline Heroes” – Jill Maynard of Noblesville Schools, Joyce Wood of Riverview Health, Division Chief James Macky of Noblesville Fire Department and Officer Trevor Schmidt of the Noblesville Police Department. The parade begins at 4:30 p.m. at the corner of 16th and Harrison streets and will run along Logan, Ninth and Monument streets. 

Due to public health concerns, parade participants will not be permitted to hand out or distribute anything to the crowd to eliminate all hand-to-hand contact. The city also extended the parade route four streets along Monument Street. For social distancing, the public is encouraged to use the entire length of the parade to view the event. 

Immediately after the parade, the free Fireworks Festival, presented by IDI Composites International, Inc., will take place at Forest Park from 6 to 10 p.m. The event will include traditional park amenities such as playgrounds, shelters and shade; along with food vendors and a beer garden. Boy Band Review will perform from the main stage on the golf course from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The festival will increase the number of hand washing stations located across Forest Park – and near all restrooms. All attractions from the festival that are not conducive to social distancing or would be impossible to sanitize after each use have been removed this year. This includes annual items like kids zone inflatables, face painters, rock climbing wall and the zip line.

“We recommend guests practice social distancing where possible and encourage the wearing of face masks. Guests are also encouraged to bring hand sanitizer and plenty of water since water fountains are turned off at the park and the forecast calls for a hot, humid day,” Jensen said.

The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce is donating free, disposable facemasks for those that want them – as supplies last. These will be available at the two info booths at the festival. The chamber also will make the masks available downtown prior to the parade.

The grand finale of the day will be the fireworks display, which will begin at approximately 10 p.m. Attendees can view the fireworks at the festival, but the city also is making Federal Hill Commons available as a socially-distant public viewing area. Federal Hill allows families to spread out and view the fireworks away from Forest Park and closer to available parking. Noblesville Police will assist in crossing traffic at Conner Street and Indiana 19 and event workers will be at Federal Hill to assist guests. For those who are unable to attend, the city will be livestreaming the fireworks on its social media pages.

The festival is providing free trolley rides from Noblesville High School, 18111 Cumberland Road, to Forest Park. The trolleys will make four stops across the parking lot.

As part of this year’s safety measures, drivers will wear face masks and have their temperature taken prior to driving. Trolleys will be disinfected after each drop-off and will be deep cleaned prior to the fireworks. Hand sanitizer will be available on all trolleys.

Public parking will not be available at the park. The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce is selling parking permits to The Lodge’s lot (available at https://www.noblesvillechamber.com/events/details/july-4th-2020-vip-fireworks-concert-parking-4500) and the Forest Park Aquatic Center is also selling permits to its lot. Each permit is $25. Limited handicap parking will be available at Shelter No. 5 inside the park. 

“We are encouraging guests to utilize the numerous downtown parking lots and on street parking and walk to the festival using the pedestrian bridges across the White River or State Road 19,” Jensen said.

For questions or additional details, visit www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.

 

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So happy that you’re still having this! WTG Noblesville! ❤️

Can't wait!

Sue Bagienski

I wish we could go, but it’s a pandemic!! 😳

We won’t be going - too many people in one location! Looking forward to next year, however.

I guess the uptick in numbers do not matter? This is irresponsible!

Thank you !

When you built the Logan Street pedestrian bridge, why didn't you build a path connecting Forest Park & Federal Hill Commons?

It's nice to celebrate freedom of protesters can have their rights

No candyyyyy!

I thought this might be helpful for some of you who are still concerned about covid risk. I’m not here to start a debate, just wanted to share some education that might be encouraging. From Dr David Jockers... Hey guys, for those of you who are living in fear, it is important to know that COVID-19 is no more dangerous than a flu. As with all viruses, having it run through the population is the way to build immunity to it. We can protect the elderly and immunocompromised by social distancing from them. Healthy people have nothing at all to fear. Masks do not reduce viral transmission and they worsen the immune system making what would be mild infections more severe. This is why I am strongly against mandated mask wearing. There are many natural strategies you can use to support your immune system so you have very mild if any symptoms. We also have a very inexpensive and easy to use solution with hydroxychloroquine, zinc and potentially an antibiotic if you have more serious symptoms. Doctors who have treated thousands of high risk patients with this protocol are seeing a 0.0025 death rate. That is significantly lower than the 0.01-0.02 death rate from the flu. Several countries are now adopting this treatment protocol including Brazil, Argentina, Israel and Italy and others. Unfortunately, this information is being suppressed by the media for political and financial reasons and it is causing unnecessary suffering and deaths from COVID that should have never happened and widespread suffering in our country from the lockdown. www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4Qubuhs_Pc Dr Ben Lynch, Dr Jeffrey Barke and Dr Eric Zelinski are also great resources!

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The City of Noblesville and Nickel Plate Arts are proud to announce another year of the banner art gallery, which will be displayed on the downtown Noblesville street light poles. The banner art gallery program works to showcase artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County Region.

Sixteen works of art by 11 local artists were selected for the program. The city and Nickel Plate Arts' goal of the banner art exhibit is to enhance community awareness and appreciation of the artistic talent in the city.

"The culture of art in Noblesville makes the city a vibrant place to both live and visit," Mayor Chris Jensen said. "The new banners will be up this week in our downtown district and we have some incredible local artists that we are excited to show off their work."

Artists include Anna Afshar, Nichole Cochran, Jordan Cooley, Beth Forst, Randall Scott Harden, Gant Haverstick, Michael Janosky, Nancy Keating, Craig Mullins, Heather O'Neill and Randy Swaim. For more information and biographies on the artists, visit www.cityofnoblesville.org/egov/documents/1593621192_45333.pdf.

This program highlights a key pillar of the Jensen administration, which is focused on preserving and enhancing Noblesville's historic downtown.
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The City of Noblesville and Nickel Plate Arts are proud to announce another year of the banner art gallery, which will be displayed on the downtown Noblesville street light poles. The banner art gallery program works to showcase artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County Region. 

Sixteen works of art by 11 local artists were selected for the program. The city and Nickel Plate Arts’ goal of the banner art exhibit is to enhance community awareness and appreciation of the artistic talent in the city.

“The culture of art in Noblesville makes the city a vibrant place to both live and visit,” Mayor Chris Jensen said. “The new banners will be up this week in our downtown district and we have some incredible local artists that we are excited to show off their work.”

Artists include Anna Afshar, Nichole Cochran, Jordan Cooley, Beth Forst, Randall Scott Harden, Gant Haverstick, Michael Janosky, Nancy Keating, Craig Mullins, Heather O’Neill and Randy Swaim. For more information and biographies on the artists, visit https://www.cityofnoblesville.org/egov/documents/1593621192_45333.pdf.
 
This program highlights a key pillar of the Jensen administration, which is focused on preserving and enhancing Noblesville’s historic downtown.

 

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Excited to see them all throughout Noblesville

How fun! And so beautiful!

I ❤️ this so much!

Beautiful idea!

Congrats Anna Basheva Afshar! Lovely peonies!

Yea Heather Abel-O'Neill!

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They look beautiful!

Looks great!

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