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  • How much FUN is this!
    2/22/2020 Want TO GO?
    What: Third annual Noblesville Lions Club Dodgeball Tournament and Cornhole fundraiser.
    When: Noon April 18.
    Where: Ivy Tech College Gymnasium, 300 N. 17th St., Noblesville.
    Entry fee: $40 per team.:
    Sponsorship Info: George Long, galongpi@hotmail.com, 317-213-7631; or Gordon Resler, gr1895@yahoo.com, 317-443-5119.
    To enter a team: text or call team recruiting committee members, Steve Shaw, 317-727-1771; Larry Jacobi, 317-508-0571; or Jerry Graham, (317) 435-4752.
  • Sweet sounds of success
    2/21/2020 Any parent who has had a son or daughter in show choir knows about the long hours during competition season.
    It’s my second year as a parent of a show-choir student at Noblesville East Middle School.
    And it’s been another amazing year, with much more to come this season.
  • ‘Emma,’ Miller Palooza, more this weekeend
    2/20/2020 The Attic Theatre’s cast of 20 will bring to the stage Jane Austen’s “Emma,”about a young woman who attempts to play matchmaker in a small English town, opening tonight at The Auditorium at the Annex at Ivy Tech in Noblesville.
    Looking for a reason to get out of the house this week?
  • Re-branded thrift store to reopen as NobleCause
    2/19/2020 A volunteer steamed wrinkles from clothing while another volunteer made sure toys had batteries and were in working order. Volunteers bagged up worn clothing to donate to groups. And put summer sandals in a box labeled for the season. They took home children’s clothing to wash and iron. They looked up resale prices of antique dishes.
    In another part of the building, volunteers unpacked bakery items donated by the Hazel Dell Kroger Store and stocked shelves with items purchased at wholesale prices at Meijer.
  • Noblesville's Main Street turns 30 this year
    2/18/2020 A Peony Festival is tentatively set for the last weekend in May, the Duck Race returns in July, and a Craft Beer Crawl is on the calendar for November in downtown Noblesville.
    These are among Noblesville Main Street’s new or improved events planned for downtown this year, adding even more things to do to the already-busy calendar.
    Main Street executive director Lorna Steele, celebrating two years on the job in April, looked back on 2019 successes and ahead to the 2020 events during Main Street’s annual breakfast meeting on Friday at Forest Park Inn.
  • Play Bingo at downtown Noblesville eateries
    2/15/2020 Bingo players will be thrilled to learn about a new game that kicks off today in downtown Noblesville.
    “We decided to play Bingo to give folks something fun to do during the slow wintertime slump,” said Deb Wofford, Noblesville, who last fall facilitated the startup of the new Noblesville Downtown Restaurant Association and who is heading up the new Bingo game.
  • What men want for Valentine’s Day
    2/14/2020 Today is Friday, Feb. 14.
    Valentine's Day.
    Is it a holiday just for women? I beg to differ.
    That’s why I went on a mission in downtown Noblesville to find men to tell us what they really want for Valentine’s Day.
    Here’s what they said:
    Name: Bill Prater
    Age: 69
    City: Noblesville
  • ‘Curiosity’ ballet, Valentine’s Day for All this weekend
    2/13/2020 Valentine’s weekend is upon us, with lots of things to do.
    Folks looking for Valentine-themed activities can find an array of Valentine-themed events in and around Noblesville this weekend.
    Here’s a list of 35 ways to spend Valentine’s Day and upcoming days and nights, plus some dates to save in your calendar:
  • Times journalist is among NPA award winners
    2/11/2020 On Sunday afternoon, the Noblesville Preservation Alliance presented six awards in the name of Josiah Durfee for supporters who have made significant positive contributions to NPA’s mission.
    I was one of those award winners. My award was for advocacy. For writing about events and people and issues that are important to NPA.
    For instance, when folks gave me a news tip that the Santa House was going to be moved away from the Square, I wrote about how important it was to keep our Santa House on the Square.
  • Basketball and Kiwanis pancakes – a Noblesville tradition!
    2/11/2020 If you want to see some good, competitive basketball, stop in at the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville most any weeknight.
    It’s that time of year, when the Club’s youth basketball program is in full swing, with games four nights a week, Monday through Thursday.
    This year, there are nearly 500 kids from kindergarten through Grade 12 in the youth basketball league program.
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