Join the Fun This Halloween Season in Noblesville



Details Announced for the Annual Free Family Halloween Party and Trick-or-Treat Hours


Fall is officially here, and the City of Noblesville is pleased to announce its upcoming Halloween activities:


The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department and the Hamilton County Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs invites families to the annual Family Halloween Party at its new location, Federal Hill Commons, 175 W. Logan St. The free event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, October 26. Guests are invited to come dressed in their favorite Halloween costume – and for that evening’s weather – while trick-or-treating at local vendor booths. There also will be plenty of outdoor activities including games, music, trackless train, a free photo booth sponsored by Tenth Street Photography and food trucks.

In addition to the event’s new location, the costume contest is also getting an update this year with an online photo competition. Categories include most creative, cutest, scariest and family. Those interested in entering the photo contest must submit their entries electronically by noon Monday, October 22. Photo contest entries may be submitted via e-mail to or by direct message to the Noblesville Parks and Recreation Facebook page. Public voting will run 8 a.m. Tuesday, October 23 through noon, Friday, October 26 on the Noblesville Parks & Recreation Facebook page. The photos with the most “Likes” will be awarded and announced at the Halloween party, winners must be present to win.

“With a new location and home for the costume contest, parks and recreation staff is confident this Halloween party will be better than ever,” said Recreation Program Coordinator Amber Mink. “We are excited to bring the event to Federal Hill Commons, where we have more than 30 vendors in the extended Trick-or-Treat Village. We also can’t wait to see all of the costume contest pictures submitted and the amazing outfits.”


The official trick-or-treat hours in the City of Noblesville will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 31. The Noblesville Police Department will have extra patrols out that evening to provide additional security.