Noblesville Indiana Events
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This free outdoor event includes a drink or treat and a family photo, so make sure you come in costume. Register for this free event with free food, games and autumn activities for children and adults. Wear your costume and treat the Indian staff to free candy and other treats at the annual Halloween party on Saturday 22 October.
From 6 p.m., there will be a socially distanced trick - or treatment - event in the Sunken Garden. Take a self-guided walk through the spooky conservatory and stay at the top or compete in the Halloween costume contest at the end of the day. Visit a house decorated for Halloween with a card from the event's Facebook page or visit a house decorated for Halloween in your costume.
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We prefer family-friendly events that are just a short walk or drive away and support the economy of your home town. Every year we try to organize a variety of events where you can put on a costume, ask for sweets and party.
Colts come to us for a Halloween celebration with sweepstakes and meet the Colts players virtually. Take a photo with the Blue Colts mascot and get ready-packed treats for your kids. Fun - themed pants, costume contests, freebies and more at this fun event.
Start your walk through the Arts Center and listen to the children's friendly horror stories as you stroll through the conservatory. This fun and safe event will take place in the woods outside the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 31. Families can decide whether they want to go into the ghostly forest, and the vendors are safely distributed along the way. For activities that are carried out by a vehicle, stay in the car and drive to the stand or park in the parking lot.
This family-friendly event will take place in a huge car park, so social detachment is easy. If you want one of the limited number of rides - in places, arrive at least an hour before the event if you have not pre-booked - register. Please arrive at 4 or 5 p.m. and register if your last name (A) starts with an "L."
Tickets are $5 per person and include parking, food, drinks, snacks and other treats. There is a limit of 4 items per vehicle and children must be present to receive each product. Cars follow a pre-determined route to pick up treats from the vendors on the way; children under 2 are free.
There is also live music, food and drink stalls, a children's playground, activities for children and adults and much more.
The event will be held in a barn, so that everything is often disinfected and social distancing is practiced. There will also be a food truck, live music, a children's playground and much more.
On Saturday, April 22, visitors of all ages can dress up and line the streets from 11 a.m. to noon at Danville Parks & Friends Park in the east of the city. The logs and logs will be driven to the park for a free and safe event by Danley Parks and Friends. The items are also distributed to local food banks, churches, schools and other nonprofit organizations.
Noblesville's history dates back to 1818, when the government bought land in what is now Hamilton County from the Indians. The first trading post in central Indiana was founded in 1802 by the only settlers living in the area at the time, and they lived in his first log cabins.