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  • Safety is greatest priority for newest Belfry director
    11/25/2020 I think we all know that we can’t safely crowd, elbow to elbow, into the small, 104-seat Belfry Theatre this season during the COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease) pandemic.
    That’s why the Noblesville Theater in its 56th year has moved all of its productions temporarily to Celebration Hall at Noblesville First United Methodist Church. And even though the venue is very grand and can seat 500 to 800 people, only 50 tickets will be sold for each performance for ample social distancing, as mandated by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb. 
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  • Red Stocking donors are in the giving spirit
    11/24/2020 A lot of things in our daily lives have changed this year. 
    But one thing that hasn’t changed is the generosity of folks in Noblesville who give to Tri Kappa sorority’s annual Noblesville Red Stocking Fund.
    Every year in November, Tri Kappa asks us at The Times newspaper to partner up in the promotion of the Beta Epsilon chapter’s annual Red Stocking Fund drive.
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  • Erika’s, Courtney’s Kitchen among comings and goings
    11/21/2020 It’s been a year of comings and goings.
    Restaurants coming and going and merchants coming and going.
    Recently, I learned that Noblesville siblings Carrie and Cass Courtney would be closing Courtney’s Kitchen on Logan Street across from the Hamilton County Government & Judicial Center. 
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  • Wisdom Builders cancel in-person holiday show
    11/19/2020 Wisdom Builders Christian-based homeschool organization has been busy rehearsing for a stage production that was scheduled to open tonight at Ivy Tech Community College campus in Noblesville.
    Wisdom Builders’ holiday show, “It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play,” was to have four performances through Saturday. 
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  • Beaver parks project moves on without a recommendation
    11/18/2020 After asking for a vote three different ways, the 10-member Noblesville Plan Commission was hung 5-5 and voted to “make no recommendation” for a controversial Change of Zoning petition that moves on to Noblesville Common Council in December.
    The petition, if favorable, would change zoning to permit gravel extraction on about 50 acres of vacant flood-plain property adjacent Potter’s Bridge Park on Allisonville Road in Noblesville for an expansion of the park that would include the mining of gravel to create a recreational lake and planned development for the community. 
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  • Day was pleasant reminder to honor our veterans
    11/17/2020 It was a beautiful day on Wednesday, when dozens of folks came out to honor our veterans and celebrate Veterans Day at the Hamilton County War Memorial on the Courthouse Square.
    There were folks I hadn’t seen in months, some not since Memorial Day or even last Veterans Day.
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  • David Burch was a kind soul, family man, versatile actor
    11/14/2020 David Burch was such a kind and talented man.
    On Tuesday, we learned that our family friend died earlier in the day, just 11 days short of his 50th birthday. 
    His wife, Christina Burch, posted the sad news on Facebook, and by the end of the day, there were more than 400 comments of condolences to the family.
    David Burch was a husband and father of three daughters, AnnaMarie, who got married a year ago; MaryClare, who graduated Noblesville High School last year; and EvelynRose, an eighth-grader at Noblesville East Middle School.
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  • 5 events are canceled, 13 (lucky) things to do
    11/13/2020 It’s Friday the 13th and only the second of two Fridays that fall on the 13th in 2020.
    Fear of the No. 13 is common and even has a name for it, triskaidekaphobia.
    On this day filled with superstitions and before I get to my list of things to do for this weekend and beyond, I share a handful of events that have already been canceled, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic.
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  • Time to start enrolling for 4-H
    11/12/2020 Hamilton County 4-H is open for enrollment.
    And while the 4-H Fair is too far ahead to think about, I’m hoping that the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic will be far behind us by the time that the 2021 Hamilton County 4-H Fair rolls around next July.
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  • Theaters keep patrons safe, do virtual awards
    11/11/2020 Westfield Playhouse has sadly announced that its rescheduled production of “Raisin in the Sun,” which was expected to open on Thursday at the new Westfield Playhouse, would again be canceled or postponed, this time due to sickness among cast members.
    “It is with the heaviest and most broken heart that we announce that all live performances of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ have been canceled due to sickness in the cast. The health and safety of all who enter our theater is our primary concern, and we cannot in good faith continue with live performances of this show at this time.”
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