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  • NPA Flea Market, ballet, free movies, concerts, more
    5/14/2021 Come out and see what you can find on Saturday at the Noblesville Preservation Alliance Flea Market, in its second year at Preservation Hall, the former Logan Street Sanctuary, in Old Town Noblesville. The first flea market took place in September 2020 to replace the Historic Home Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This spring’s flea market also includes some homes on Logan and Clinton streets and will offer antiques, collectibles, household items, home salvage, doors and windows and lots more treasures inside and outside of the building. 
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  • Learn, work with horses in new Wrangler offering
    5/13/2021 If you or your kids love horses and have ever wanted to get hands-on experience learning more about and working with horses, you might consider a new three-day Wrangler program that will be offered by K-Trails Equestrian Adventures this season.
    “We want to inspire more youth to learn about horses, horsemanship and horse care,” said John Stewart, 55, Noblesville, who owns and operates K-Trails, which will open for its fifth season on Friday at Hamilton County’s Strawtown Koteewi Park in Noblesville. 
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  • Community celebrates life, memories of teens killed
    5/12/2021 There were so many things to remember about Kalen Hart and Lendon Byram.
    So many things that would make you smile.
    Kalen Hart, 18, Arcadia, was loving, forgiving, nonjudgmental and welcomed everyone with open arms. Her laugh was infectious.
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  • Mother’s Day is always a special day to Betsy
    5/11/2021 I never take for granted being a mom.
    I feel that I am so lucky.
    I think how special it is being a mom every day of the year.
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  • Curious who won Readers’ Choice '21?
    5/8/2021 Who serves the best omelet? The best cup of coffee? The best cheeseburger?
    What’s the best flower shop? Dance studio? Architectural firm? 
    Best local band? Best entertainment venue? Best golf course?
    The Times asked its readers to vote for their favorites as we do every year. And now we have the winners of The Times’ 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards..
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  • Humane Society grand opening, First Friday, among 40 things to do
    5/7/2021 If you’ve been impatiently waiting to visit the new Humane Society for Hamilton County, now’s your chance. The shelter’s grand opening is noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at its new location on Hague Road in Fishers. Also, First Friday events are tonight in downtown Noblesville. There is also a growing number of venues with live music, plus plenty of other ways to spend your weekend and beyond in The Times’ list of 40 things to do:
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  • What moms are wanting for Mother’s Day this year

    What do moms want for Mother’s Day? 

    I talked to four moms who had their kids with them on Saturday in Noblesville.

    I asked each mom what she wanted for Mother’s Day, which is coming up this Sunday.

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  • Patrons of ‘Silent Sky’ will view stellar sights
    5/5/2021 “Come for the Show. Stay for the Stars.” That’s how Westfield Playhouse is promoting its current show this season.
    After each performance of “Silent Sky,” opening Thursday and on stage for eight performances, there is a special telescope event for patrons to view stellar sights. And after matinees, a telescope will offer patrons an opportunity to view the sun.
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  • 2 students killed in crash on way to Hamilton Heights prom
    5/4/2021 Prom is supposed to be a night to celebrate, a night to remember.
    Hamilton Heights High School junior and senior students will remember their 2021 prom night but sadly because of a tragedy.
    Prom was canceled Saturday night after two students were killed in a crash on the way to Heights’ prom in Kokomo.
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  • Babe Ruth opening celebrated, Dean Emmerson remembered
    5/1/2021 A week ago Friday, I went out to the opening night of Noblesville Babe Ruth Baseball.
    For the 35 years I’ve lived and worked in Noblesville and visited Forest Park and the adjacent aquatic center, I’d never step foot into the ballpark.
    Being there almost felt like life was back to normal. There were lots of people, gathered in small groups, chatting, fist-bumping, shaking hands, giving hugs. 
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