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Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Ailithir McGill poses for a photo with some of the merchandise available at the Noblesville Gift Shop on the courthouse square in downtown Noblesville.
Photo Provided Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Ailithir McGill poses for a photo with some of the merchandise available at the Noblesville Gift Shop on the courthouse square in downtown Noblesville.
The Noblesville Gift Shop inside the Visitors Center on the courthouse square is now open for shoppers. During the holiday season, Nickel Plate Arts, Noblesville Main Street, Hamilton County Tourism and the City of Noblesville are collaborating to offer shoppers a unique, Noblesville-centric holiday gift shop at 839 Conner Street.
“There are a lot of unique gift items available,” said Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Ailithir McGill. “We feature items that are either made in Noblesville, made by Noblesville artists or celebrate Noblesville. Not only are you getting something cool for the holidays but you are supporting a good organization or local artists.”
The shop includes local gift items including some exclusive offerings, like: Noblesville Schools’ Miller Spirit Gear; pottery by Dan Howell and Darlene Patterson; Noblesville Main Street’s Townie T-shirts featuring the starbrick pattern; Deb Wofford’s Friendship Spoons; Noble Coffee & Tea gift packages; and superhero comics signed by Stuart Sayger.
“We are the only place in the world to get the full set of Kiss comics signed by the artist, Stuart Sayger,”said McGill. “We run the full gamut, we have seasonal items with snowmen and Santa, but we also have the iconic Noblesville objects with the courthouse. If you just need your Noblesville thing, you can find it here too. It’s worth checking back too. As artists finish up the holiday markets in the next couple weeks, they will be putting more stock in here and you just don’t know what you could find.”
The Noblesville Gift Shop is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
“We’re excited to share this new Noblesville holiday hotspot with the public,” said McGill. “This is a test so if you have an interest of keeping a shop full of just Noblesville stuff in town, then you should come support it before the end of the year.”