Carmel Historical Society

The Carmel Historical Society is a great place to visit during these cold days.  Here is a highlight from the Historical Society of Carmel, Indiana:

Wednesday Whiskers

Welcome to Wednesdays Whiskers.  Please watch the video below to meet one of our cute friends who is looking for a home:


Hanging Banner Art Display

The City of Noblesville, Nickel Plates Arts and Noblesville Main Street partnered together to create an open air art gallery displayed on banners hanging from the street poles in downtown Noblesville.

This display will be exhibited until the end of November.

Hamilton County artist were invited to submit their artwork for the display and 24 different works of art representing a variety of mediums were selected.  The exhibit's goal is to enhance community awareness and appreciation of the artistic talent in the county.

Hamilton County History

As we wait for spring to come a great place to visit is the Hamilton County Historical Society Museum of History. It is a great place to learn more about the history of our towns and the people who started them. Today we would like to share with you some of the history of the sheriff's wife and how she took care of her family.

Hamilton County Historical Society Museum of History

810 Conner Street, Noblesville, Indiana 46060

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Wednesday Whiskers

Welcome to Wednesday Whiskers.  Meet one of our furry friends:

Noblesville Street Dance

The 23rd annual Noblesville Street Dance will take place July 12th from 5-11 p.m.

The Kids Zone, most popular feature of the Street Dance will be open from 5-8 p.m.  Free activities will include:  carnival games, video game truck, rock climbing wall, touch a truck, airbrush tattoos, balloon artists, vendors and an ice cream eating contest at 7 p.m.

Entertainment at the Kids Zone will include:

  • 5:00 Happily Ever After Productions
  • 6:00 Pink Slipper Dance Studio
  • 7:00 Marc Lehmann magic show
  • 7:30 Ballerinas Academy of Dance
  • Dusk the movie Frozen will be shown
On the main stage, DJ Gene Ott will start the fun at 5 p.m. and The Bishops will take the stage at 7:30 p.m.

Support USA Soccer Team on Really Big Screen

Hey SOCCER FANS!!  Come join the fun for the World Cup Soccer with USA vs Portugal, this Sunday, June 22 at the corner of Main Street and Rangeline for an outdoor viewing party.

Join member of the Indy Eleven Professional Soccer team as they join the viewing party and greet fans.  The game kicks off at 6 p.m.  Come early and enjoy dinner at one of the great dining choices in the Arts & Design District.

The event is free and open to the public.  Bring a lawn chair or blanket.  Parking garage is located at 1st Ave NW and at the Indiana Design Center at 200 S. Rangeline Rd.

Westfield 4th of July Celebration

Westfield Rocks the 4th will take place on the 4th from 4-10 p.m. at the Asa Bales Park

Highlights include:

Entertainment stage, featuring Stella Luna and the Satellites from 4:15- 6:30.

Car Show, judging starting at 5:00.

Kid's Area with face painting, 5 different bounce houses and more.

AND great fireworks, don't miss the fun

Noblesville 4th of July Celebration

Enjoy the celebration with Noblesville on July 4th.  Schedule includes:

July 4th Parade

The parade route begins at the corner of 16th Street and Harrison Street, south on 16th to Logan Street; west on Lgan to 9th Street; north on 9th to Monument Street; and east on Monument to 16th Street where it will end.  The parade starts at 4 p.m.

Free Festival

On the Noblesville High School grounds, 1811 Cumberland Road, from 6-10 pm.

It will also include the music of The Impalas from 7-10, Animals animal shows 6-9:30, car show, extreme air jumper, giant slide, kids' obstacle course, rock climbing wall, balloon artists, face painters, carnival games and a magician.

New this year; K9 Crew Trick Dog show, shows at 6:15 and 8:15 at the north softball field on the high school grounds.

Car Show

The car show will begin from 6:00-7:00 p.m.


Fireworks begin at 10 p.m.

Don't listen to the rumors, there has been rumors that Noblesville will not be having a 4th of July Celebration - this is NOT TRUE!.  Although the budget may have to be cut, there may be fewer items at the festival, you can count on the fact that the parade and fireworks will be just as grand.


Carmel's 4th of July celebration will take place on July 3rd and 4th.


The CarmelFest KidZone is located at the south parking lot of the Carmel courthouse, where you will find an array of family-friendly activities and free events on July 3rd and 4th.

Special attractions include a Train Ride, Pirates of the Caribbean inflatable, Pony Rides, Velcro Wall, Boat Rides, and alligator photo-opportunity, strolling characters and Euobungy experience. Entrance to the KidZone and entertainment stage are free.  Rides and games will have a nominal charge.

KidZone Entertainment Schedule

July 3rd

Gazebo Stage

4:30 Talent show Semi-Finals, video competition

7:30-10:30 The Wright Brothers celebrate Americana

North Zone  4:00-10:30 Rock N Roll Bands

KidZone Stage and Rides 4:00-9:30

Fire House Stage 5-10 pm

Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides

July 4th

10:30 Parade

Noon - 9:45 Gazebo Live Music; Carmel Brass, CarmelFest Has Talent Finals

8:30-9:45 Carmel Symphony Orchestra

Noon - 9:45 NorthZone Live Music;  Dance Parties, My Yellow Rickshaw

9:45 Fireworks

Freedom Run

8:00 a.m. begins the 4.5 mile race/run, 8:05 begins the 1.5 mile walk and at 9:15 the kids run.

4th of July Parade

The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m., following the path of Carmel Drive, starting at Merchants Square, north on Rangeline and then east on Main Street and finish at the high school.


Will begin at 10 p.m.

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