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Welcome to Hamilton County Located just north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County is home to eight great towns. Among them you will find the flair of a big city, suburban amenities and a small town atmosphere. This vibrant county is one of the fastest growing in the nation and the fastest in Indiana. Affordable living, quality schools and a healthy business environment attract new residents and companies. But it is the family-friendly, leisure time activities that truly make Hamilton County special.

In fact, Hamilton County was recently ranked “America’s Best Place to Raise a Family” by Forbes Magazine. We are the third most popular tourist destination in Indiana, offering attractions, cultural and arts events, specialty shopping, family sports and Indianapolis just minutes away.

While you will certainly find national brands of all kinds here, what makes a community unique is its locally owned and operated establishments. They are well-represented in this Community Guide and we invite you to seek them out. They will provide the unique experience that makes Hamilton County a special place. They make this magazine possible and we appreciate their contributions. You will appreciate their hospitality.

County Inform ation Hamilton County Offices One Hamilton Coun ty Square, Noblesvil le (317) 776-9600 www.co.hamilton.in .us Hamilton County Tourism www.visithamilton county.com Hamilton County Economic Developm ent Corp. www.investhamilton county.com

Come on over and meet the neighbors. Welcome to Hamilton County!

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WELCOME TO HAMILTON COUNTY Profiles of 8 Great Towns Published by the Hamilton County Media Group P.O. Box 502 Noblesville, Indiana 46061 317-774-7747

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CONTENTS 3........................................................................ Welcome 5........................................................................... Carmel 10.........................................................................Fishers 12................................................................... Noblesville 16............................................... The Nickel Plate Arts Trail 17............................................................. School Districts 18...................................................................... Westfield 19................................................................... Grand Park 20..........................................................................Cicero 21.............................................................Arcadia, Atlanta 22...................................................................... Sheridan 23......................................................................... Homes 24...................................................................County Map 28..................................................................... Breweries 30.................................................................... Attractions 32..........................................................................Dining 35............................................................................. Golf 36........................................................................ Lodging 38.......................................................................Services 40................................................................ Organizations 42...................................................................... Shopping 43...................................................................... Galleries 44............................................................ Farmers Markets 45............................................... Roundabouts/Construction 46.......................................................................Festivals 48........................................................ Parks & Recreation 49........................................................................... Trails 50............................................................Life on the Lakes 4

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Hamilton County Tourism 37 East Main St. Carmel, IN 46032 317-848-3181

VisitHamiltonCounty.com _________________________________________ Publisher/Editor Mike Corbett Designed By Bridget Gurtowsky Gurtowsky Graphics LLC Advertising Sales Mike Corbett Contributing Authors Sheri Held Rosalyn Demaree Chris Bavender Alan Hinds Photo Credits Tony Sandlin Mike Corbett Bobbie Sutton Jon Houghtalen Mark Lee Town of Fishers Hamilton County Tourism

Cover image by Chris Whonsetler, WhonPhoto Model of Nickel Plate Engine #859 courtesy Mr. Muffin’s Trains, Carmel

For advertising information, contact the publisher at 317-774-7747 or email mcorbett@hamiltoncountybusiness.com Š2014 Hamilton County Media Group all rights reserved. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced without permission.

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Carmel’s Unique Style

Carmel’s devotion to the arts is apparent throughout the community but the Arts & Design District takes center stage. The District surrounds the intersection of Main St. and Range Line Roads and features galleries, interior design showcases, boutiques and special events. The nearby Center for the Performing Arts is the home of The Palladium concert hall (see page 9). The venue also includes the Studio Theater, The Tarkington theater and The Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook initiative. Carmel also provides many opportunities for outdoor recreation and active lifestyles. Monon Community Center and Waterpark at Central Park and Cool Creek Park and Nature Center are family favorites. Carmel Access Bikeway is a 100-mile bike safe network of six separate routes to encourage biking for recreation and commuting. Coxhall Gardens is a 125 mile-acre park with a recreation lake, tulip garden, two 90 foot carillon bell towers and a children’s garden.

Whether listening to the symphony inside a plush concert hall or hiking through a crunchy park trail in the fall, Carmel provides the sounds of a vibrant community.

Carmel by the Number s Population (2012) Bachelor’s Degree or higher Median Household Income

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Admission: $5 (10 & older) $3 (under 10)

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An Artful Stroll

Within Carmel’s unique Arts & Design District you will find remarkable artwork both outdoors on the sidewalks and inside the variety of galleries. You may do a double-take when you walk past one of the many life-sized sculptures throughout the district. Created by artist J. Seward Johnson Jr., the “Man on the Street” series consists of moments of time captured in bronze. A girl pedals her bike for the first time as her father lets go where the Monon Trail crosses Main St. A street musician plays violin in front of Carmel Music Center, an elderly woman carries her shopping bags in front of Joe’s Butcher Shop and Fish Market. There are more than a dozen Man on the Street sculptures throughout the District.

Visitors strolling through the Carmel Arts & Design District on every second Saturday of the month are given a special welcome by the eight art galleries. The Second Saturday continued on next page

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Gallery Walk, sponsored by IU Health North Hospital, showcases artwork and special features all evening long. The galleries are clustered within walking distance of each other but each gallery offers unique original art including paintings, photography, art glass, sculpture and much more. The Carmel Arts & Design District Gallery Association presents the work of local, regional, national, and international artists. For more information on the Second Saturday Gallery Walk each month, visitwww.carmelartsanddesign.com

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DAVID BOWDEN

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

The Palladium at the Center for The Performing Arts

Located on the corner of City Center Drive and 3rd Ave. SW, this three year old concert hall is patterned after a sixteenth century Italian villa designed by the renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. Clad in Indiana limestone, the exterior has no backside…all four walls are facades. Inside, the space is a traditional shoebox concert hall, designed specifically for musical performance and finely tuned for acoustics. The Palladium has 1600 seats. Four levels of boxes built into the walls are reminiscent of traditional European venues. The hardwoods, plaster and heavy drapes are all part of the acoustic design and the glass canopy above the stage is adjustable to suit different types of performance. Treat yourself to a Palladium concert and take home a musical memory.

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THE District Exchange

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210 E. Main St., Carmel 317.573.0012

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Fishers Provides Family Fun with Historic Flair

Known as a family-oriented community, Fishers was a trading post and then a railroad community when it was founded originally as Fisher’s Switch. Today, the Nickel Plate Railroad is a special part of the newest town development, the Nickel Plate District. This town center features the historic train that offers rides throughout the year as well as the town hall and the new amphitheater, which hosts a variety of performers in an outdoor, family-friendly gathering space. Another of Fishers’ special outdoor attractions is Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, Indiana’s only Smithsonian affiliate. The history of Fishers settler comes alive here with costumed interpreters, kids’ activities, special events and the 1859 Balloon Voyage helium balloon ride! The schools of Fishers are recognized for being some of the strongest in the state. In addition, the enriching activities, kid-friendly events and unique attractions are the special amenities that draw families to Fishers.

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The Focus for Fishers: Creating A Distinctive Downtown

(Excerpted from a story first published in the Oct/Nov 2013 edition of the Hamilton County Business Magazine. The entire story is accessible at www.hamiltoncountybusiness.com)

By Shari Held

Fishers has long enjoyed a nationwide reputation for being a family-friendly town with top schools, tons of parks and N I C K E L P L AT E D I S T R CT ample housing that fits the bill for upwardly mobile young families. In 2011 The Learning Channel named IFishers as the No. 1 city for families. It’s also known for being an all-round great place to live. Last year Money Magazine ranked Fishers the 12th top place to live in the U.S.

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While those accolades are nothing to sneeze at, the one thing Fishers hasn’t been known for is having a distinctive flavor and personality.

But now that’s changed. The town, which is on track to become a city, is tackling the building of a downtown presence—with plenty of public support for the project.

Downtown Fishers will be a compact area centered around 116th Street and the railroad tracks, stretching three to four blocks east and west and one to two blocks north and south. Fishers wants to create an environment that is a fun place to live as well as a great place for start-up companies and small businesses to flourish and tap into a solid employee base.

“We know the demographics are changing,” says Director of Community Development Tom Dickey. “Oftentimes people now choose where they want to live first, and find their employment second. We want to attract that next generation of worker, and a vibrant downtown is part of that strategy.”

A detailed street map of Fishers, including an index of subdivisions, is available at the Fishers Chamber of Commerce, located in the Forum Credit Union building, 11313 USA Parkway, Suite #E133, Fishers, 46037. Or call 317-578-0700. www.FishersChamber.com

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A Vibrant Downtown

A stroll around the Noblesville downtown square is like taking a trip back in time to main street days of a past era. The centerpiece of the square is the historic county courthouse, built in 1879 in Second Empire style and renovated in the 90’s. Around the area of the courthouse are unique shops, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, antiques and more. Downtown also features a historic bar, trendy restaurants and even a local micro-brewery.

Just a few steps away from downtown, a trail leads to some of Noblesville’s other historic attractions. To be enjoyed either on foot or on a bike, the 3.5 mile White River Greenway Trail is a winding pathway that follows the White River. It tours through Forest Park, a special park that offers an aquatic center, mini-golf, a carousel and the Indiana Transportation Museum. The trail then leads to the 1871 Potter’s Bridge, the only remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County, and surrounding park. In Noblesville, history comes alive with a modern twist and inviting places. Noblesvil

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The Historic Courthouse

The centerpiece of downtown Noblesville is the historic courthouse, built in 1879 in Second Empire style. This architecture style originated in France during the mid-1800s. When the courthouse was built, Second Empire style was just becoming popular in the United States. The courthouse features a mansard roof, a clock tower, and arched windows and doorways. The Hamilton County Courthouse was included on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and underwent a restoration in the 1990s. For more information about the historic courthouse and a virtual tour of the building visit www.courts.in.gov.

PHOTO BY TOM BEAL

Adjacent to the courthouse is the Hamilton County Sheriff ’s Residence and Jail, built in 1876. The old Noblesville Jail is the home of the Hamilton County Museum of History today. Visitors can see historic items, restored Victorian rooms, jail cells and a research library at the museum. The museum is usually open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am–4pm.

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DOWNTOWN

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Check our website for weekly updates on events and more!

THOUSANDS OF ANTIQUES

Three floors of antiques, primitives & collectibles

20 North 9th St. Noblesville, IN 317-773-5095

Mon-Thurs 10-6 Fri & Sat 10-8 Sun 12-5

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The Best Live Theatre in Hamilton County!

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Handcrafted Cupcakes Sodas & Treats

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Furniture • Antiques & More Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat 11am-6pm & By Appointment

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NOBLESVILLE

LTON COUNTY — Visit our gallery and studio spaces Dr. Brad Dahlager, D.C. 953 Maple Avenue Noblesville (317) 214-7218 www.noblesvillefamilychiropractic.com

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A Corner Cottage On the Square • Noblesville, Indiana Breakfast • Lunch • Bakery A warm inviting cafe where you can gather with friends and make a few new ones.

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Books • Toys • Crafts • Puzzles Story Time: check website for times

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Platinum Living Fine Art Gallery Royo, Villanova, Domenech, Dmitri Danish, Tang Wei Min Conveniently located in downtown Noblesville

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Hamilton County’s Only Locally Owned Bank

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Nickel Plate Arts Exhibits, performances, special events and other great creative experiences abound for art lovers, artists and students through Nickel Plate Arts. Created by the Hamilton County Tourism, Nickel Plate Arts supports, promotes and provides outstanding arts experiences in Hamilton County. Nickel Plate Arts follows the historic Nickel Plate railroad line through Hamilton County including the communities of Fishers, Noblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, Atlanta and Tipton. Each community offers special arts programs and events.

The Nickel Plate Arts main campus is located at 107 S. 8th Street in downtown Noblesville. The campus includes two historic houses: the Judge Stone House, a brick house built in 1849, and the Stephenson House, built in the early 1900’s. The houses are next door to each other and connected via an outdoor brick patio. The Judge Stone House has a gallery for invitational shows and exhibits. The Stephenson House has classroom space for local artists to teach classes. Both have studio space for local artists to create and display their work. The public is welcome to tour the Noblesville campus and view and purchase art on Thursdays and Fridays from Noon–5pm and Saturdays from 10am–5pm. Nickel Plate Arts is also open the first Friday of every month from 5–8pm.

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A detailed street map of Noblesville, including an index of subdivisions, is available at the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, 601 E. Conner St., and at the Visitor’s Center, 839 Conner St., Noblesville. Call 317-773-0086 www.NoblesvilleChamber.com

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School Districts

To attract families, a community has to have top notch schools. We believe in education. Hamilton County has six public school districts and all are above average measured on virtually any academic metric. Each has its unique traits, and you can learn more from their websites. A number of high quality private schools serve families who prefer a parochial education.

Hamilton County School District Websites Carmel Clay Schools www.ccs.k12.in.us

Michael Kluger, class of 2016, and Olivia Kluger, class of 2014

Hamilton Heights Schools Arcadia www.hhsc.k12.in.us

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools Fishers www.hse.k12.in.us Noblesville Schools www.noblesvilleschools.org Sheridan Community Schools www.scs.k12.in.us Westfield-Washington Schools www.wws.k12.in.us Ivy Tech Community College www.ivytech.edu

Ivy Tech

Although Hamilton County’s adult population is highly educated (more than 50% have a college degree), until recently there was no college campus in the county. That is changing this year as Ivy Tech is opening a new campus in Noblesville, its 32nd statewide. The state’s community college system is renovating a building that formerly housed both Noblesville High School and Noblesville Middle School. This year’s classes start in August with a few thousand students expected. The eventual capacity will be nearly 10,000, opening many new higher education opportunities for county residents.

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choose Cathedral. Matthew Wehrli, class of 2014

“Cathedral opens your mind to education and opens your heart to new friends.” Families like the Wehrlis and the Klugers come to Cathedral High School for our unique approach to academic excellence and our tradition

of living Holy Cross values. That’s why more than a quarter of Cathedral’s student body is from Hamilton County.

For more information for Hamilton County families, to register for our High School Placement Test prep class, and to see our transportation options, go to GoCathedral.com/Admissions.

A private Catholic college-preparatory high school living Holy Cross values since 1918

5225 E. 56TH Street, Indianapolis | 317.542.1484

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The Best of Both Worlds

Old meets new in Westfield, where historic attractions and activities are unforgettable and the upcoming new developments will be spectacular. The Westfield-Washington Historical Society preserves Westfield’s rich history as a part of the Underground Railroad. It is believed that eight historic Westfield houses were active “stations” on the Underground Railroad in the 1820s and 1830s. Events such as the Railroad Ghost Walk feature ghost stories from this era with other characters from Westfield’s haunted past.

While Grand Park enjoys its first full season this year (see next page) in the northern part of the city, downtown is starting to take shape as well. A new micro-brewery, new restaurants and shops, and a brand new apartment complex are all part of the vision called Grand Junction. Designed around the intersection of the new US 31 (currently under construction…see page 45) and the Midland Trace Trail built on the railbed of the old Midland Railroad, Grand Junction will energize downtown Westfield with its walkable scale, connections to the rest of the city and it multi-use buildings. Completion is years away and Westfield is committed to building its future with an eye on its historical past.

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The Family Sports Capital Grand Park is Westfield’s national stage

(Excerpted from a story in the February/March 2014 edition of the Hamilton County Business Magazine. The entire story is accessible at www.hamiltoncountybusiness.com)

By Shari Held

With 26 baseball diamonds and 31 multi-use fields, Westfield’s 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus takes the City of Westfield one giant leap forward to making good on its claim to be the Family Sports Capital of America. It is virtually booked for 2014 with approximately 7,000 soccer matches and more than 5,000 baseball games scheduled.

While the opening of the facility is an accomplishment in itself, the big home

run will be Grand Park’s impact on the city’s economic development.

about the recognition Westfield will receive nationwide,” Cook says.

Westfield residents are onboard and ready to make the most of the opportunity. “They’re not only excited about the sports park, they’re excited

In fact, Wellbrooke of Westfield, a center for health and wellness, opened last June at 186th Street and Wheeler Rd. in anticipation of capitalizing from its location near Grand Park.

“Grand Park will create an appropriate environment for our industry to expand,” Mayor Andy Cook says. “And that industry is hospitality—hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.”

Looking ahead, Cook predicts Grand Park will be influential in bringing additional industries to Westfield such as sports medicine, sports research and other sports-oriented businesses.

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Hours: Tues-Sat 10-5 • Sun 1-5 840 East Main (on the hill) Westfield, IN 46074 317-550-7775 Gina Rice, Owner www.facebook.com/westfieldantiquemarketplace

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Village Pizza because good taste matters

We Deliver Westfield! (317) 896-5050

108 S. Union St. Westfield

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Crutches, Canes, Lift Chairs, Drive up Window

103 S. Union St. • 896-9378 Becky & Dave Weiss - Owners

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Jan’s Party Room accepts reservations up to 48 people

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Free Prescription Delivery to all of Hamilton County,

Breakfast • Lunch • Home Cooking Tue-Sun 7am-2pm Erika Flanders & Cheryl Pettijohn, Owners

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Hamilton County’s Lake Community

A small town in Hamilton County offers big amenities, near the water or back in time. Cicero is a lake community located on the north end of Morse Reservoir. Over 600 homes in Cicero are on the water, have water views or access. Paddlers also head to Strawtown Koteewi Park, just east of Cicero. This 750-acre park offers a canoe launch into the White River, fishing, nature trails and horse trails. Strawtown was the original Native American settlement in Hamilton County and the park is a historical adventure. Archaeologists have discovered artifacts on the site such as arrowheads and pottery. Researchers believe that early people lived on the site from 1200-1400 AD. And the Lafayette Trace, one of the first trails through the American wilderness, went right through here. The small town of Cicero features mighty experiences for outdoor adventures of all kinds.

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MON-FRI 7am-2pm • SAT-SUN 8am-2pm

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A small town art community makes its home in Arcadia. The Arcadia Arts and Heritage Center is housed in the old 1869 railroad depot and displays the town’s history in artifacts and authentic “Arcadia Glass.” The Arcadia Arts Initiative provides classes and learning opportunities in a variety of art forms including spinning, weaving, painting, wood crafting and even musical performance. Musicians perform regularly at the rustic Hedgehog Music Showcase. Visitors enjoy live music performances including country, jazz, big band, swing, bluegrass, and pop on weekend evenings in a non-alcohol and non-smoking environment. Artists and musicians have found a home in Arcadia, where creativity abounds.

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Atlanta Celebrates!

For two days each September, as it has for the past 40 years, the town of Atlanta, Indiana, celebrates with 80,000 visitors! One of the state’s most popular festivals, The Atlanta New Earth Festival is held on the fourth weekend each September. Over 600 juried fine artists, crafters, antique vendors and food vendors gather in downtown Atlanta all weekend long. The gas boom and the Nickel Plate railroad played significant roles in Atlanta’s history. Today, this very small town recalls its history as the largest community in the county back in the late 1800s-early 1900s. Historic structures and architecture live on in Atlanta.

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The Atlanta Music Hall

(Excerpted from a story that originally ran in the April/May 2014 edition of the Hamilton County Business Magazine. The entire story sis accessible at www.hamiltoncountybusiness.com)

By Rosalyn Demaree

Gerald and Roberta Terry didn’t set out to create a beloved venue where music flows freely (and for free) every Saturday night.

“All Gerald wanted was a place to work on banjos and play a little music,” said Roberta, getting the Atlanta Music Hall ready for another opening.

This is the 27th year she’s played the roadie role as Gerald (pronounced GAIR-uhld) tunes up for an evening where the bill is split among Big Band, Dixieland, Bossa Nova, jazz, a little bluegrass and even an occasional show tune or Gospel number.

Beyond a single string of twinkling white Christmas lights at the hall’s entrance, there’s nothing flashy about this gem in Hamilton County’s smallest and northern-most town. Here, it’s all about the music. Good music. Played well and enthusiastically.

The floors are wooden planks, the seating is an assortment of mismatched chairs and padded park benches, and the décor is musical memorabilia.

Nasty winter weather has closed the Atlanta Music Hall only twice since opening in 1987. Both times were this past January.

By the way, Gerald does get that work done on banjos. A small upper room is dedicated to his repair service, which probably is more in demand than most might believe. In early February, he shipped 22 refurbished banjos to the American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City. Enjoy the music.

Atlanta Music Hall 135 W. Main St., Atlanta Free performances 7–9:30 p.m. every Saturday www.TheAtlantaMusicHall.com

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Small Town-Big Sound Sheridan’s small town environment celebrates a historical site and the best of the fall season. The Boxley Cabin was home to one of Indiana’s first abolitionists in 1828. Today, the Sheridan Historical Society is offering tours to share this part of Indiana history. The cabin is located on Pioneer Hill in Veteran’s Park. The annual Harvest Moon Festival in Sheridan celebrates the fall season the first weekend of October. In July, it’s Sheridan Bluegrass Fever (see ad page 50). On July 11 and 12, 2014 this small town celebrates that uniquely American style of music with a different bluegrass band every hour. Sheridan is also home to Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill. Visitors can pick 27 different varieties of apples from 4,000 trees, visit the pumpkin patch and enjoy a wagon ride. Autumn in Sheridan is a favorite time with the seasonal activities that all ages enjoy!

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Village Pizza because good taste matters

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A Great Place to Live!

For more than a decade, Hamilton County has been the fastest growing county in Indiana and one of the fastest growing in the nation. Why? It’s a great place to live! Terrific schools, well-maintained roads and trails, and a variety of housing options make Hamilton County appealing to a wide range of people. No matter your life stage, you can find a home here at price you can afford.

Thousands of apartments have been built throughout the county in the past few years to serve a growing rental population. And for those seeking the American dream of home ownership, this is the place to be. Whether starting out or moving up, an empty nester or a retiree, all will all find a home in a style and price range of their choosing.

The subdivision remains the housing lifestyle of choice for most families and new developments are springing up all over the county. For those who prefer a more urban environment within the security and convenience of a suburb, each community is developing its urban amenities to appeal to you. There’s a reason people are moving to Hamilton County. Come find out for yourself.

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DEMING RD............................................................ Pg 26: D5 DESHANE AVE.................................................Pg 29: C4, D4 DEVANEY RD............................................ Pg 26: B6, C6, D6 DITCH RD.......................................Pg 26: B2, Pg 28: E2, H2 DUNBAR RD..........................................Pg 26: B4, Pg 28: A4 DURBIN RD..........................................Pg 29: A5, B5, C5, D5 EAGLE CREEK ...................................................... Pg 28: E1 EAGLETOWN RD................................. Pg 26: C2, Pg 28: D2 EDITH AVE.............................................................. Pg 29: B2 EDMONDSON RD....................................................Pg 27: A1 ELLER RD...............................................................Pg 28: G6 ERNEST RD............................................................ Pg 27: B1 ESSIG AVE.............................................................. Pg 27: D4 FALL RD................................... Pg 27: A3, C3, Pg 29: G3, H3 FISHERBURG AVE...........................................Pg 29: C6, D3 FLIPPINS RD....................................................Pg 28: A4, C4 FLORIDA RD.........................................Pg 27: C6, Pg 29: G6 FREEMONT RD...................................................... Pg 28: B2 GEIST RD................................................................ Pg 29: H4 GEORGIA RD.......................................................... Pg 29: H5 GIFFORD AVE..........................................................Pg 28: A5 GRASSY BRANCH RD........................................... Pg 28: C5 GRAY RD................................................... Pg 28: D5, F5, H5 GREENFIELD AVE.................................................. Pg 29: D2 GREYHOUND PASS............................................... Pg 28: E4 GUILFORD RD........................................................Pg 28: G4 GWINN RD.............................................................. Pg 27: C1 HAGUE RD.................................................Pg 29: C1, G1, H1 HARTLEY RD...........................................................Pg 27: A5 HAZEL DELL RD...............................................Pg 28: E6, G6 HENRY GUNN RD............................................Pg 27: B6, C6 HILL RD............................................................. Pg 27: A3, B3 HINKLE RD............................................................. Pg 28: B5 HINSLEY RD........................................................... Pg 26: C1 HOOSIER RD................................................... Pg 29: G3, H3 HOOVER RD...........................................................Pg 28: G2 HORTON RD................................... Pg 26: A3, B3, Pg 28: B3 HOWE RD................................................................Pg 29: F3

HUNTINGTON AVE.....................................Pg 29: A3, A4, C3 JAMES RD.............................................................. Pg 29: B2 JERKWATER RD..................................................... Pg 26: B1 JOLIET RD........................................................Pg 28: B1, D1 JOYCE AVE............................................................. Pg 27: D4 KEYSTONE PARKWAY...........................................Pg 28: G5 KINSEY AVE............................................................ Pg 28: C3 LACY RD.................................................... Pg 27: A4, C4, D4 LAKEVIEW DR........................................................ Pg 29: C2 LAMONG RD...................... Pg 26: B2, C2, D2, Pg 28: A2, B2 LANTERN RD.......................................................... Pg 29: H2 LITTLE CHICAGO RD............................................. Pg 28: C6 LOWER RD............................................................. Pg 27: B5 MAIN ST.................................... Pg 27: D2, Pg 28: F1, F2, F6 MALLERY RD.......................................................... Pg 29: C3 MARILYN RD............................................................Pg 29: F4 MERIDIAN RD......................................................... Pg 26: C3 MERIDIAN ST.........................................................Pg 28: G3 MIDDLETOWN AVE..........................................Pg 29: D4, D5 MILL CREEK RD.............................Pg 26: D6, Pg 28: A6, C6 MOLLENKOPF RD.................................................. Pg 29: H3 MONTANA AVE....................................................... Pg 29: B6 MOONTOWN RD.................................................... Pg 28: C5 MOSSBAUGH RD................................................... Pg 27: B2 MT PLEASANT RD................................................. Pg 27: C2 MULE BARN RD.............................Pg 26: D1, Pg 28: A1, C1 MYSTIC RD........................................... Pg 29: B5, Pg 29: D5 NEWTON AVE...................................................Pg 27: D4, D5 OAK RD................................................................... Pg 28: D4 OAK RIDGE RD.............................. Pg 26: D4, Pg 28: A4, F4 OLD MERIDIAN AVE......................................... Pg 28: F3, F4 OLIO RD.................................. Pg 29: A5, B5, D5, E5, F5, H5 OTT RD................................................................... Pg 27: B2 OVERDORF RD........................Pg 27: C3, D3, Pg 29: A3, B3 PENNINGTON RD..........................Pg 27: C4, D4, Pg 29: F4 PENNSYLVANIA ST................................................Pg 28: G3 PILGRIM RD............................................................ Pg 29: C5 PRAIRIE BAPTIST RD......................................Pg 29: B5, E5

PROMISE RD....................................................Pg 29: C3, F3 RANGELINE RD......................................................Pg 28: F4 RAY PARKER RD..............................................Pg 27: B5, C5 RIVER AVE ............................................................. Pg 29: E1 RIVER RD.......................................Pg 28: G6, Pg 29: F1, G1 RIVERWOOD AVE.................................................. Pg 29: B3 ROHRER RD............................................................Pg 28: F4 RUTGERS RD......................................................... Pg 29: B5 SALEM RD........................................................Pg 26: B5, C5 SCHERER AVE....................................................... Pg 27: C1 SCHULLEY RD......................................Pg 27: C1, Pg 29: A1 SEMINOLE RD........................................................ Pg 28: D6 SETTERS RD.......................................................... Pg 28: E5 SHADY NOOK RD.................................................. Pg 28: C5 SHELBOURNE RD...........................................Pg 28: E1, H1 SHERIDAN AVE.................. Pg 26: D2, Pg 28: C6, Pg 29: C1 SIX POINTS RD..................Pg 26: B3, D3, Pg 28: A3, B3, F3 SMOKEY ROW RD..................................................Pg 28: F3 SPRING MILL RD...................................Pg 26: D3, Pg 28: A3 SPRINGMILL RD................................. Pg 28: C3, D3, E3, G3 STARTSMAN RD.................................................... Pg 27: B3 STRAWTOWN AVE................................Pg 27: D6, Pg 29: A6 SUMMER RD.......................................................... Pg 29: C4 TOLLGATE RD........................................................ Pg 27: D1 TOMLINSON RD...............................................Pg 28: B4, C4 TOWNE RD..........................................Pg 28: D2, E2, F2, H2 UNION CHAPEL RD.........................................Pg 29: D3, E3 VICTORY CHAPEL RD...............................Pg 29: A4, B4, C4 WALNUT GROVE RD............................................. Pg 27: B4 WEST RD...............................................Pg 26: D1, Pg 28: F1 WESTFIELD BLVD.................................................. Pg 28: H4 WESTFIELD BLVD (UNION ST)............................. Pg 28: D4 WHEELER RD......................................................... Pg 28: D4 WHETSON RD.........................................................Pg 27: A1 WHISTLER RD.........................................................Pg 27: A2 WINDERMERE BLVD........................... Pg 29: H3, Pg 29: H3

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Because We’re Hoppy! Craft breweries are poppin’ up all over the county

(Excerpted from the June/July 2014 edition of the Hamilton County Business Magazine. The entire story is accessible at www.hamiltoncountybusiness.com)

By Chris Bavender

When it comes to craft beer it seems the reasons more and more people are enjoying a pint or two are as varied as the beers themselves. And, it could also explain why breweries/ pubs continue to open around Hamilton County.

Grand Junction Brewery

When Grand Junction Brewing in Westfield opened its doors in April, it proved to be such a hit that on the second day of business they ran out of food with six hours left before closing.

“Obviously we did not fully anticipate as many people turning out as they did,” said general manager, Molly Nagy. “When we made the announcement we’d run out of food they (customers) actually cheered for us!” Not to worry, neighboring business—Jan’s Pizza—stepped in to help. That sense of community is just one reason the owners opened the brewery in the heart of Westfield. Grand Junction currently offers five of its own craft beers, with three guest taps. Growlers are also available.

Union Brewing Company

Down the street in Carmel, Union Brewing tends to draw the majority of its customers from the Monon Trail.

“We are 30 feet from the Monon so we joke we are a biker bar —just not in the traditional sense,” said co-owner Cameron Fila. “I would say we get 75 percent of our customers off the trail. We have people who have been to our location that did not know we had a front door.” Fila opened the brewery at 126th and Rangeline Road in the

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Monon Square Shopping Center in December 2012 with partners Nathan Doyle and Jay Snyder. His wife, Justine, manages daily operations, while he acts as brewer.

Union Brewing offers five staple beers of its own and rotates 4-10 guest beers through as well. Fila said they are known for their cask-conditioned ale. “We are one of the few places in the country that do it,” Fila said. “I had an absolute amazing trip to the UK and that is how beer is still served and I fell in love with it. It’s more complex and brings out more of the flavors.”

They must be doing something right—Union Brewing supplies The Local and Matt the Millers in Carmel with their craft beer. They’ve also partnered with the Tomlinson Tap Room at the City Market in downtown Indianapolis, as well as the Sinking Ship and Twenty Tap in Broad Ripple.

Barley Island

They aren’t the only ones distributing their craft beer. Noblesville’s Barley Island, which opened in December of 1999, not only serves 12 of its beers on site, but began bottling its product about six years ago. They supply draft and bottled craft beer around Indiana, as well as in the Chicago area. Owner Jeff Eaton believes craft beer has become so popular because people like to support local businesses. And he doesn’t see the new breweries as competition.

“I think it’s a case of the more the merrier, especially out in the suburbs,” he said. “It only helps us—we welcome it. It gets more people drinking craft beer and visiting Hamilton County establishments.” Fila agrees.

“There is just a tremendous sense of community—people want to eat and drink and shop locally,” Fila said. “People are just becoming more aware and that just helps the small craft breweries like myself and has really opened the doors.”

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Danny Boy and Four Day Ray

And, soon, there will be even more options to relax and enjoy a good beer. Danny Boy Beer Exchange is expected to open in late summer in the Village of West Clay, while Four Day Ray Brewing is slated to open in the fall in Westfield. Danny Boy Beer Exchange will be housed in the same area as Danny Boy Beer Works (a commercial nanobrewery)—which was founded in 2011 by Kevin and Lainie Paul, who also own Carmel’s Brockway Pub.

The tap house and restaurant will feature eight to 12 different beers rotating on a regular basis, Paul said, as well as four to five staples. There will be seating for about 100 between the bar and table.

The name of Four Day Ray—to be located at 1746 Tiller Court in Westfield (in the business park behind the Post Office)—is a nod to the railroad heritage of the area. “Four day ray is a slang railroad term for a rail employee who habitually calls off one day a week,” owner Brian Graham said. “And, then people like to abbreviate so they will probably shorten it to FDR, and he was responsible for ending prohibition so it works on several levels.” All agree that their customers appreciate the specialized nature of their products.

“A ‘craft’ beer usually means that it has come from a place nearby. I think folks are taking more ownership over their community and all businesses within that that community, including craft breweries,” Nagy said. “Which is, of course, a good thing.”

A Hamilton County Brewery and Restaurant Since 1999 • Great food made from scratch • Serving lunch and dinner daily • Carry-out growlers • 6-packs of craft beer available EVERY day Hours: 11am - 1am Mon-Sat 12pm - 12am Sun 639 Conner Street (SR 32) (1 block west of the Square) Noblesville, IN 46060 317.770.5280 www.barleyisland.com

Grand Junction Brewing Company is Wesfield’s first brewery located in the heart of downtown. Launched on the dreams of two local partners, Grand Junction Brewing Company strives to produce the finest handcrafted beers available and provide a unique pub experience. Come in to enjoy a pint, eat some delicious pub food, and take some of your new favorite beer home with you (even on Sundays).

BREWPUB HOURS:

Wed 4-9pm • Thurs 4-9pm • Fri 2-10pm Sat 12-10pm • Sun 12-8pm Closed Mon & Tues for brewing. Growler fills can occur during all brewpub hours. Guests must be 21 to enter.

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Attractions

ACTORS THEATRE OF INDIANA

FISHERS RENAISSANCE FAIRE

KILN CREATIONS

ATLANTA NEW EARTH FESTIVAL

HAMILTON 16 IMAX

KLIPSCH MUSIC CENTER

BEN & ARI’S

HARMONY WINERY

LASER FLASH

BLACKHAWK WINERY

HEDGEHOG MUSIC SHOWCASE

LIGHTS OVER MORSE LAKE

BOOTH TARKINGTON CIVIC THEATRE

HOOSIER PARK RACING & CASINO

MAIN STREET PRODUCTIONS WESTFIELD PLAYHOUSE

1 Center Green Carmel (317) 843-3800 www.actorstheatreofindiana.org

105 East Main Street Atlanta (765) 292-2626 www.atlantaindiana.com

13875 Trade Center Drive Fishers (317) 770-5294 www.benandari.com

28153 Ditch Road Sheridan (317) 771-2814 www.blackhawkwinery.com

3 Center Green, Suite 200 Carmel (317) 923-4597 www.civictheatre.org BUNDY DECOY CO.

16506 Strawtown Avenue Noblesville (765) 734-1148 CARMEL CITY CENTER

770 3rd Avenue S.W. Carmel (317) 705-7982 www.carmelcitycenter.com CARMEL INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL

1207 Donnybrook Drive Carmel (317) 573-9602 www.carmelartsfestival.org

CARMEL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

760 3rd Avenue S.W. Carmel (317) 844-9717 www.carmelsymphony.org CARMELFEST

One Civic Square Carmel (317) 571-2464 www.carmelfest.net CONNER PRAIRIE INTERACTIVE HISTORY PARK

13400 Allisonville Road Fishers (317) 776-6006 www.connerprairie.org

Saxony Development Fishers www.fishersrenfaire.com

13825 Norell Road Noblesville (317) 773-3324 www.gqti.com

7350 Village Square Lane, Suite 200 Fishers (317) 585-9463 www.harmonywinery.com

101 West Main Street Arcadia (317) 984-3560 www.hedgehogmusicshowcase.com

4500 Dan Patch Circle Anderson (765) 642-7223 www.hoosierpark.com

HISTORICAL AMBASSADOR HOUSE & HERITAGE GARDENS, INC.

10595 Eller Road Fishers (317) 845-4265 www.ambassadorhouse.org

60 North 9th Street Noblesville (317) 774-8982 www.kilncreations.biz

12880 East 146 Street Noblesville (317) 776-8181 www.livenation.com

617 Third Avenue S.W. Carmel (317) 571-1677 www.laser-flash.com

Downtown Cicero Cicero (317) 919-4628 www.lightsovermorselake.com

1836 State Road 32 West Westfield (317) 776-2558 www.WestfieldPlayHouse.org MIDDLE EASTERN FESTIVAL

10748 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 845-7755 www.stgindy.org

HOLIDAY ON THE SQUARE

One Civic Square Carmel (317) 571-2495

HOOSIER PARK RACING & CASINO

4500 Dan Patch Circle Anderson (765) 642-7223 www.hoosierpark.com

INDIANA TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM

701 Cicero Road Noblesville (317) 773-6000 www.itm.org

INDIANAPOLIS GREEK FESTIVAL

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Carmel (317) 733-0303 www.indygreekfest.org INDIANAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

32 East Washington Street, Suite 600 Indianapolis (317) 639-4300 www.indianapolissymphony.org

MONON COMMUNITY CENTER 1235 Central Park Dr. East Carmel (317) 848-7275 CarmelClayParks.com

Escape into recreation at the Monon Community Center! Offering fitness and nature activities, this 146,000 sq. ft. facility has something for everyone. Amenities include a Fitness Center, Indoor Aquatics, Gymnasium, Track, KidZone (childcare), program rooms and The Waterpark. The facility also offers breathtaking views and accessibility to nature trails and hosts hundreds of recreation, fitness, and nature programs for all ages, abilities, skill levels, and interests.

COOPERS STARDUST BOWL

845 Westfield Road Noblesville (317) 773-3381 www.coopersstardustbowl.com

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Great Places

SHERIDAN BLUEGRASS FEVER

THE WATERPARK AT THE MONON COMMUNITY CENTER 1195 Central Park Dr. West Carmel (317) 848-7275 CarmelClayParks.com

The Waterpark is your place to escape this summer! Come surf the waves on the FlowRider®, scale the wall of the AquaClimb®, and enjoy your own private cabana in style. Other amenities include two adventure slides, a plunge slide, lazy river, kiddie pool and tot slide, lap pool, and activity pool.

MUSEUM OF MINIATURE HOUSES & OTHER COLLECTIONS

111 East Main Street Carmel (317) 575-9466 www.museumofminiatures.org NICKEL PLATE ARTS CAMPUS

107 South 8th Street Noblesville (317) 452-3690 www.nickelplatearts.org

1st and Main Street Sheridan www.sheridanbluegrassfever.net SHERIDAN HARVEST MOON FESTIVAL

506 South Main Street Sheridan www.sheridan.org

STONYCREEK FARM NURSERY & LANDSCAPING

11366 SR 38 East Noblesville (317) 773-3344 www.stonycreekfarm.net

STRAWTOWN KOTEEWI PARK

12308 West Strawtown Avenue Noblesville (317) 984-5556 www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov TABBY TREE WEAVER

106/107 East Main Street Arcadia (317) 984-5475 www.tabbytreeweaver.com THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

One Center Green Carmel (317) 844-9717 www.thecenterpresents.org

NICKEL PLATE ARTS WEEKEND

107 South 8th Street Noblesville www.nickelplatearts.org

OKTOBERFEST AT SAXONY

PO Box 930 Fishers (317) 595-3195 www.fishersfreedomfestival.org PINHEADS

13825 Britton Park Road Fishers (317) 773-9988 www.bowlatpinheads.com RITCHEY WOODS NATURE PRESERVE

10410 Hague Road Fishers www.fishers.in.us/rwnp

RITA’S BACKYARD GARDN CENTER & TEA ROOM

12244 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 842-0235 www.ritasbackyard.com R.L. WILSON HOUSE

South 8th Street Noblesville (317) 770- 9399

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WAFFORD THEATER

1744 S. 10th Street Noblesville (317) 214-0950 waffordtheater.com A 30 seat theater with comfortable seating featuring classic movies and modern releases at affordable prices. The $3 charge supports Noblesville’s Free Movies in the Park series. See website for schedule.

Indiana Glass Trail

Back in the 1800s, glass production in Indiana was a very important industry during the days of the gas boom. Today, the Indiana Glass Trail showcases the glass heritage that has endured throughout the East-Central part of the state.

Hamilton County’s highlights on the Indiana Glass Trail include the Carmel Arts & Design District, where you can browse a gallery and see glass art. Specialty antique shops offer glass treasures to purchase, too. At the Arcadia Heritage Art Center view the displays of antique glass that were once created at the DC Jenkins Glass Company. The Indiana Glass Trail spans several counties, each providing a snapshot of glass industry and unique artwork. www.IndianaGlassTrail.com

WESTFIELD ROCKS THE FOURTH

211 South Union Street Westfield www.dwna.org

WHITE RIVER CANOE COMPANY

17180 River Avenue Noblesville (317) 867-4233 www.whiterivercanoe.com

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Dining ABUELO’S

CHARLESTON’S RESTAURANT

DIVVY

ALEXANDER’S ON THE SQUARE

CHEESEBURGER IN PARADISE

DOOLEY O’TOOLE’S

ALEXANDER’S ON THE WATER

CICERO COFFEE COMPANY

14480 Lowes Way Carmel (317) 815-8175 www.Abuelos.com

864 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 773-9177 www.alexandersicecream.com

369 West Jackson Street Cicero (317) 984-8173 www.alexandersicecream.com

14636 U.S. Greyhound Plaze Carmel (317) 846-5965 www.charlestons.com

9770 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 585-0247 www.cheeseburgerinparadise.com

150 South Peru Street Cicero (317) 984-2739 www.cicerocoffe.biz

COURTNEY’S KITCHEN

654 Logan St. Noblesville (317) 773-2234 www.courtneykitchen.com DELULLO’S TRATTORIA

177 West Main Street Atlanta (765) 292-2000

71 West City Center Drive Carmel (317) 706-0000 www.divvycarmel.com

160 East Carmel Drive Carmel (317) 843-9900 EDDIE MERLOT’S

3645 East 96th Street Indianapolis (317) 846-8303 www.eddiemerlots.com ERIKA’S PLACE CICERO

40 W. Jackson Street Cicero (317) 984-9303

ERIKA’S PLACE WESTFIELD

102 S. Union Street Westfield (317) 804-7001

ASIAN GRILL

74 North 9th St. Noblesville (317) 773-9990 www.asiangrillindy.com Upstairs room for large groups or business banquet. Lunch specials Daily. Experience the flavors of Asia on the Courthouse Square.

BARLEY ISLAND BREWING COMPANY

639 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 770-5280 www.barleyisland.com BAZBEAUX PIZZA

111 W. Main Street Carmel (317) 848-4488 www.bazbeaux.com BIG HOFFA’S SMOKEHOUSE BBQ

800 East Main Street Westfield (317) 867-0077 www.bbqindianapolis.com BUB’S CAFE

26 Draft Beers Family Friendly Patio Seating Private Dining Available Steaks • Flatbreads • Fine Wines • Martinis 11 W. City Center Drive, Carmel, IN 46032 317.805.1860 www.MTMTavern.com

220 2nd Street S.W. Carmel (317) 844-2822 www.bubsburgersandicecream.com BUB’S BURGERS & ICE CREAM

210 West Main Street Carmel (317) 706-2827 www.bubsburgersandicecream.com

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• Steaks are USDA Prime (Only 2% in the U.S. are graded prime)

Welcome to your table.

• Fresh seafood flown in daily • Corporate events & wedding rehearsal dinners • Independently owned since 1999 • Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence 2012-2013 (1 of only 4 restaurants in Indiana) • Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2001-2011 • Open Table Diners’ Choice Winner 2012 • Indianapolis Monthly “Best Restaurants” 2002-2014 • WRTV A-List “Best Steakhouse in Indianapolis” 2010

RESERVE YOUR TABLE NOW

FAMOUS DAVES BBQ

HARRY & IZZY’S

GIGI’S CUPCAKES

HUBBARD & CRAVENS

13455 Tegler Drive Noblesville (317) 773-1700 www.famousdaves.com

8981 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 577-2253 www.gigiscupcakesusa.com/Indianapolis GINGER’S CAFE

1804 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 773-0303 www.gingerscafe.net GRAND JUNCTION BREWING CO.

110 South Union Street Westfield (317) 804-5768 www.grandjunctionbrewing.com

HANDEL’S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM & YOGURT-CARMEL

2466 East 146th Street Carmel (317) 705-1855 www.handelsicecream.com

HANDEL’S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM & YOGURT-FISHERS

8760 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 585-8065 www.handelsicecream.com

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7690 E. 96th St., Fishers [I-69/Exit 203] 317.598.8863

PetersonsRestaurant.com

4050 East 82nd Street Indianapolis (317) 915-8045 www.harryandizzys.com

703 Veterans Way Carmel (317) 805-1888 www.hubbardandcravens.com JAN’S PIZZA SHERIDAN

200 S. Main Street Sheridan (317) 758-6660 www.jansvillagepizzas.com JAN’S PIZZA WESTFIELD

108 S. Union Street Westfield (317) 896-5050 www.jansvillagepizzas.com MATT THE MILLER’S TAVERN

11 West City Center Drive Carmel (317) 805-1860 www.MTMTavern.com

MATTEO’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO

40 North 9th Street Noblesville (317) 774-9771 www.matteosindy.com

FUN : ART : MUSIC Voted one of Indy’s top 25 restaurants, 8 years running in Indianapolis Monthly.

LUNCH

MON-FRI 11-2 SAT-SUN NOON-3

DINNER

MON-FRI 5-10:30 SAT 3-10:30 SUN 3-9 • PARTY ROOM • FULL CATERING MENU • GIFT CERTIFICATES

40 N. 9TH STREET

(on the Square in Noblesville)

RESERVATIONS 317-774-9771

www.matteosindy.com

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MELLOW MUSHROOM

ROCKSTONE PIZZERIA & PUB

THE BLACK PLUM

MITCHELL’S FISH MARKET-CLAY TERRACE

ROSIE’S PLACE

THE HAMILTON RESTAURANT

MUDBUGS CAJUN CAFE

SAHM’S

NICKEL PLATE BAR & GRILL

SUGARBEAN CUPCAKES

2340 East 116th Street Carmel (317) 846-2400 www.MellowMushroom.com

11501 Allisonville Road Fishers (317) 288-9761 www.rockstonepizzapub.com

14311 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 100 Carmel (317) 848-3474 www.mitchelsfishmarket.com

20 West Main Street Carmel (317) 843-8380 www.mudbugscajuncafe.com

11505 Allisonville Road Fishers (317) 842-1577 www.sahms.com

8654 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 841-2888 www.nickelplatebarandgrill.com

7690 East 96th Street Fishers (317) 598-8863 www.PetersonsRestaurant.com RITA’S BACKYARD GARDEN CENTER & TEA ROOM

933 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 770-4545

THE ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE

14631 North Gray Road Westfield (317) 804-9162 www.ophindy.com THE RAM

129 South Peru Street Cicero (317) 379-7003

12750 Parkside Drive Fishers (317) 596-0079 www.theram.com

SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE

THE VILLE

SUNRISE CAFE AT UPTOWN

WOODY’S LIBRARY RESTAURANT

3316 East 86th Street Indianapolis (317) 580-1280 www.sullivansteakhouse.com

PETERSON’S RESTAURANT

12244 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 842-0235 www.ritasbackyard.com

68 North 9th Street Noblesville (317) 770-3322 www.rosiesplace.net/

303 E. Main Street Westfield (317) 804-7586 www.theblackplumcafe.com

14490 Clay Terrace Boulevard Carmel (317) 569-8300 www.tedsmontanagrill.com

101 N. 10th Street Noblesville (317) 313-5647 www.dineattheville.com

40 East Main Street Carmel (317) 573-4444 www.woodyscarmel.com

TED’S MONTANA GRILL

933 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 770-4545

Local Business… Local People…. Local Magazine G to know the people who are building their businesses Get here in Hamilton County. People like: he • Jim Carpenter, who built the national Wild Bird Unlimited franchise (Carmel) • Derek Means and Craig Baker, who own The Local farm to table restaurant (Westfield) and Tonya Reese, who are leading the 3D printing revolution (Noblesville) • Todd T • Dr. Charles Harris, a doctor who offers week-end bus tours (Cicero) • Gerald and Roberta Terry, who offer free concerts every Saturday night (Atlanta)

M Meet them and many more in every edition. Be an informed consumer…get to know your local business community. W Who knows, you may be inspired to open your own business here….

Annual A nnual subscription is just $20 for six editions 4 ways tto subscribe:

• Log on to www.hamiltoncountybusiness.com and click on subscribe. • Call 317-774-7747 with your mailing address • Email mcorbett@hamiltoncountybusiness.com with your mailing address • Or mail your check and your mailing address to: PO Box 502, Noblesville, IN 46061

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Tomorrow is Another Tee Time Come to Hamilton County and you will never run out of golf! By Alan Hinds, Chairman, Hamilton County Men’s Amateur

Hamilton County golfers love our sport. We play a lot of golf and best of all we never run out of courses. You can’t drive through our county without spotting a flag stick nearby.

While you’re here check out VisitHamiltonCounty.com to review your golf options. Enjoy the benign charm of the ninehole Forest Park GC in Noblesville, built nearly 100 years ago or Carmel’s upscale Prairie View GC. We have a variety of golf courses in between that offer great fun and challenge. Terrific courses just don’t happen; it’s by design. Architects such as Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, William Diddle, Dean Refram, Arthur Hills, Robert Trent Jones Jr., Gary and Ron Kern, William Newcomb and the legendary Tom Bendelow have all put their signatures on our county layouts.

You’ll find our courses highly rated in such publications as Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Great Lakes Golf, and Golfweek. Our area has become a destination point for golfers everywhere. Courses like Noblesville’s scenic links style Purgatory GC,

ranked among America’s top courses for women; Westfield’s Wood Wind GC; Fisher’s River Glen CC; Cicero’s Bear Slide GC; and Carmel’s Plum Creek GC and Prairie View GC are often packaged for a great golfing weekend.

Take advantage of our area’s golfing hospitality. Our visitor’s bureau describes it well; it is called Stay and Play…and so many folks do. Special rates for lodging and golf are provided and your tee times are automatically set up. Add the distinctive collegial accent of our pro shops and you know you have made the right tee time.

Our municipal courses offer challenging, well conditioned, golf at competitive rates. The City of Carmel renovated Brookshire GC and Noblesville’s city course is Fox Prairie GC, selected the site of the Indiana’s Tournament of Club Champions for the past 37 years. You’re welcome to join us on the first tee for golf today…and tomorrow.

BEAR SLIDE GOLF COURSE

FOX PRAIRIE GOLF COURSE

PRAIRIE VIEW GOLF CLUB

THE BRIDGEWATER CLUB

BRICKYARD CROSSING GOLF COURSE

GOLF SCHOOL OF INDIANA

PURGATORY GOLF CLUB

THE FORT GOLF RESORT

HARBOUR TREES GOLF & BEACH CLUB

RIVER GLEN COUNTRY CLUB

WOOD WIND GOLF CLUB

BRIDGEWATER CLUB

SUNRISE GOLF CLUB

WOODLAND COUNTRY CLUB

FORT GOLF RESORT

PLUM CREEK GOLF CLUB

6770 East 231st Street Cicero (317) 984-3837 www.bearslide.com

4400 West 16th Street Indianapolis (317) 492-6572 www.brickyardcrossing.com 3535 East 161st Street Carmel (317) 399-2444 www.thebridgewaterclub.com 6002 North Post Road Indianapolis (317) 543-9597 www.thefortgolfcourse.com

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8465 East 196th Street Noblesville (317) 776-6357 www.foxprairie.com

6002 North Post Road Indianapolis (317) 750-4715 www.golfschoolofindiana.com

333 Regents Park Lane Noblesville (317) 877-3612 www.HarbourTrees.com 12401 Lynnwood Boulevard Carmel (317) 573-9900 www.plumcreekcc.com

7000 Longest Drive Carmel (317) 816-3100 www.prairieviewgc.com

12160 East 216th Street Noblesville (317) 776-4653 www.purgatorygolf.com 12010 Clubhouse Drive Fishers (317) 849-8274 www.riverglencc.com

9876 Westfield Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 574-0427

3535 East 161st Street Carmel (317) 399-2444 www.thebridgewaterclub.com 6002 North Post Road Indianapolis (317) 543-9597 www.thefortgolfcourse.com 2302 West 161st Street Westfield (317) 896-2474 www.woodwindgolf.com 100 Woodland Lane Carmel (317) 846-2588 www.woodlandcc.com

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Lodging Americinn Hotel & SuiteS

9780 North by N.E. Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 578-9000 www.americinn.com

BAYMONT INN & SUITES

9790 North by N.E. Boulevard Fishers (317) 578-2000 www.baymontinns.com

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT NOBLESVILLE 17863 Foundation Drive Noblesville (317) 770-7800 www.marriott.com/indin Courtyard by Marriott Noblesville Opening Summer 2014! “It’s a New Stay at the Courtyard Noblesville!”

CAMBRIA SUITES

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

13500 Tegler Drive Noblesville (317) 773-4970 www.Cambriasuites.com

10290 North Meridian Street Indianapolis (317) 571-1110 www.indycarmelcourtyard.com

COMFORT INN

DOUBLETREE SUITES BY HILTON INDIANAPOLIS-CARMEL

10201 North Meridian Street Indianapolis (317) 816-1616

11355 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 844-7994 www.indianapoliscarmelsuites.doubletree.com

fairfield inn & suites noblesville 17960 Foundation Drive Noblesville (317) 776-9900 www.marriott.com

59 newly renovated rooms and suites, pool and whirlpool, complimentary breakfast.

HAMPTON INN & SUITES FISHERS

11575 Commercial Drive Fishers (317) 913-0300 www.hamptoninn.com HAMPTON INN CARMEL

12197 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 843-1100 www.hamptoncarmel.com

comfort suites - fisHers indianapolis nortHeast 9760 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 578-1200 www.choicehotels.com 65 Room all-suite property with microwave and refrigerator in every room, complimentary hot breakfast.

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HILTON GARDEN INNINDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL

13090 Pennsylvania Street Carmel (317) 581-9400 www.hiltongardeninn.hilton.com HILTON GARDEN INN INDIANAPOLIS NE-FISHERS

9785 North by N.E. Boulevard Fishers (317) 577-5900 www.hiltongardeninn.hilton.com HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS

9797 North Michigan Road Carmel (317) 661-3540 www.hiexpress.com HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS FISHERS

9791 North by N.E. Boulevard Fishers (317) 558-4100 www.hiexpress.com

HOLIDAY INN INDIANAPOLIS|CARMEL

251 Pennsylvania Parkway Indianapolis (317) 574-4600 www.holidayinn.com

Prairie Guest House

OLD TOWNE CARMEL BED & BREAKFAST

521 First Avenue N.W. Carmel (317) 566-9696 www.carmelbandb.com

RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT FISHERS

9765 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 842-1111 www.residenceinn.com RODEWAY INN & SUITES

15131 Thatcher Lane Carmel (317) 575-0000 www.rodewayinn.com

SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT CARMEL

PRAIRIE GUEST HOUSE 13805 Allisonville Road Fishers (317) 663-8728 www.prairieguesthouse.com For a great night’s sleep, wonderful food, and a relaxing place to gather with your friends and family look no further.

11855 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 846-1800 www.marriott.com

SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT FISHERS

9698 Hague Road Indianapolis (317) 841-0416 www.springhillsuites.com

STAYBRIDGE SUITES BY HOLIDAY INN INDIANAPOLIS-FISHERS QUALITY INN & SUITES

16025 Prosperity Drive Noblesville (317) 770-6772 www.choicehotels.com RENAISSANCE INDIANAPOLIS NORTH HOTEL

11925 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 816-0777 www.renaissanceindianapolis.com

9780 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 577-9500 www.staybridgesuites.com/indianapolisin

super 8 - noblesville 17070 Dragonfly LN. Noblesville (317) 776-7088 www.super8.com

The best value in Noblesville, pool, complimentary breakfast, free high speed internet access.

SYCAMORE KNOLL

10777 Riverwood Avenue Noblesville (317) 776-0570 www.sycamoreknoll.com

STAYBRIDGE SUITESINDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL

10675 North Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis (317) 582-1500 www.Staybridge.com/CarmelIN STUDIO 6

RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT CARMEL

11895 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 846-2000 www.residenceinn.com

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8250 North by N.E. Boulevard Fishers (317) 913-1920 www.staystudio6.com

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Services

This growing community is attracting the best services in virtually every area. From caterers to photographers to airports to limos, we’ve got it here and what’s not available in Hamilton County is almost certainly available nearby in Indianapolis. Church services are offered for dozens of denominations throughout the county. Refer to the yellow pages or online for a comprehensive list. ACE RENT A CAR

4529 West 96th Street Indianapolis (317) 557-9993 www.acerentacar.com

CLOUD PRODUCTIONS, LTD

PO Box 586 Findlay (419) 436-1457 www.cloudshows.biz

BECK’S SUPERIOR HYBRIDS, INC.

COATS WRIGHT ART & DESIGN

BREWSLINE

COMMUNITY BANK-CICERO

6767 East 276th Street Atlanta (317) 984-3508 www.beckshybrids.com

Hamilton County (317) 661-1334 www.brewsline.com BROWNING DAY MULLINS DIERDORF

625 North Illinois Street Indianapolis (317) 635-5030 www.bdmd.com

CARMEL CYCLERY BICYCLE SHOP

230 West Carmel Drive Carmel (317) 575-8588 www.carmelcyclery.com

CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL

5225 E. 56th Street Indianapolis (317)-542-1484 www.gocathedral.com CENTURY 21-RASMUSSEN

732 S. Range Line Road Carmel (317) 844-6306 www.century21ras.com

CHATEAU BIJOU SALON & SPA

802 Mulberry Street, D1 Noblesville (317) 770-0007 www.ChateauBijou.net

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM

21 W. Main Street Carmel (317) 848-6076

CHURCH, CHURCH, HITTLE & ANTRIM

10765 Lantern Road Fishers (317) 773-2190 www.cchalaw.com

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EPICUREANS CATERING

12802 Ford Drive Fishers (317) 585-9169 www.indyepicureans.com ERIN HESSION PHOTOGRAPHY

13295 Illinois Street, #208 Carmel (317) 382-5264 www.erinhessionphotography.com HAPPY DOG HOTEL & SPA

233 2nd Avenue SW Carmel (317) 580-5050 www.happydoghotelandspa.com

200 South Range Line Road, #122 Carmel (317) 569-5980 www.eckertfineart.com

1100 S. Peru Street Cicero (317) 984-8800 www.cbindianaonline.com

COMMUNITY BANK-NOBLESVILLE

830 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 773-0800 www.cbindianaonline.com

COMMUNITY BANK-WESTFIELD

114 West Main Street Westfield (317) 867-1800 www.cbindianaonline.com

COMPUTER TROUBLESHOOTERS

316 S. Range Line Road Carmel (317) 867-0900 www.ctcarmel.com

CROUSER-PROPERTIES, LLC SHERIDAN AIRPORT

27045 Jerkwater Road Sheridan (317) 758-4161 www.sheridanairport.com DANIELA STYLE LLC

553 Pebble Drive Fortville (317) 670-2181 www.danielastyle.com DISC TURNER’S MOBILE D.J.

PO Box 243 Westfield (317) 997-4514 www.discturners.com

Carmel Campus 12188-B North Meridian St. (317) 705-4500 FranciscanStFrancis.org/carmel Convenient access to innovative medical services in one location, with shorter wait times and ample, easily accessible parking. Here to help ensure a healthier future.

HEAVENLY HANDS BODY MESSAGE & WELLNESS CENTER

11650 Lantern Road Suite, #222 Fishers (317) 716-5958 www.heavenlyhandsone.abmp.com HEAVENLY SWEETS

610 West Hannibal Street Noblesville (317) 770-9399 www.heavenlysweetscakes.com INDIANA DESIGN CENTER

200 South Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 218-2687 www.indianadesigncenter.com INDIANAPOLIS EXECUTIVE AIRPORT

11329 East State Road 32 Zionsville (317) 769-4487 www.indyexecairport.com

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LEW WHITE TOURS

RITZ CHARLES

WHONPHOTO

MANSION AT OAK HILL

RIVEREDGE PROFESSIONAL CENTER

WYANT PHOTOGRAPHY

212 East 11th Street Indianapolis (317) 217-1007 www.lwti.com

5801 East 116th Street Carmel (317) 843-9850 www.oakhillmansion.com MARINA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP

11691 Fall Creek Road Indianapolis (317) 845-0270 www.marinalimited.com

MBP DISTINCTIVE CATERING

2502 East 52nd Street Indianapolis (317) 636-4444 www.mbpcatering.com

MIDWEST SCHOOL OF VOICE

336 West Main Street Carmel (317) 660-1372 www.midwestschoolofvoice.com MILL TOP BANQUET & CONFERENCE CENTER

802 Mulberry Street Noblesville (317) 219-3450 www.milltop-indy.com MONTGOMERY AVIATION

11329 East State Road 32 Zionsville (317) 769-4487 www.montgomeryaviation.net NOBLESVILLE FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC

953 Maple Avenue Noblesville (317) 214-7218 www.noblesvillefamilychiropractic.com NOBLESVILLE MAIN STREET

839 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 776-0205 www.noblesvillemainstreet.org OLD TOWN ON THE MONON LOFT APARTMENTS

111 W. Main Street Carmel (317) 574-7368 www.oldtownonthemonon.com PETERSON ARCHITECTURE

298 South 10th Street, Suite 500 Noblesville (317) 770-9714 www.petersonarchitecture.com

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12156 North Meridian Street Carmel (317) 846-9158 www.ritzcharles.com

Noblesville (317) 289-7662 www.riveredgeprofessionalcenter.com SCHWARTZ’S BAIT & TACKLE

118 Cicero Road Noblesville (317) 776-0129 www.schwartzbaitandtackle.com

984 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 721-3577 www.whonphoto.com

240 East Main Street Carmel (317) 663-4798 www.wyantphoto.com

ZECK’S BARBEQUE AND MORE

519 North 17th Street Noblesville (317) 774-1955 www.zecksbbq.com

SHERIDAN AIRPORT

27045 Jerkwater Road Sheridan (317) 758-4161 www.SheridanAirport.com SHERIDAN ELLIOTT PHARMACY

508 E. 10th Street Sheridan (317) 758-4171

Indianapolis Executive Airport

THE PALOMINO BALLROOM

481 South Co. Road 1200 East Zionsville (317) 769-4180 www.palominoballroom.com TLW ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

1980 East 116th Street Carmel (317) 818-1859 www.tlwentertainment.com

TOWN PLANNER COMMUNITY CALENDAR

TYQ FKR GUS

UNSEENPRESS.COM

Corporate Jet Operations

PO Box 119 Westfield (317) 818-1770 www.townplanner.com

Serving the Aviation Needs of Businesses and Residents of Hamilton County

PO Box 687 Westfield (317) 840-6456 www.unseenpress.com

Flight Training

VINE HEALTHCARE

Covered, all-weather arrival/departure canopy

WESTFIELD PHARMACY

Indianapolis Executive Airport 11329 East State Road 32 Zionsville, Indiana 46077 Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence in Aviation 317-769-4487

40 N. Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 989-8463 www.tvinehealthcare.com

103 S. Union Street Westfield (317) 896-9378 www.westfieldpharmacy.com

Aircraft Charter

www.indyexecairport.com www.montgomeryaviation.net

WHITE RIVER CAMPGROUND

11299 East 234th Street Cicero (317) 984-2705 www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov

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Organizations

If you’re looking for the heart of a community, check out its non-profit organizations. Hamilton County is blessed with an army of people who volunteer their time to make this such a great place to live. Below are some of the organizations that work hard to build our cities and towns. From Chambers of Commerce to historical societies to arts organizations to festival committees, they are out working for the betterment of our communities and we appreciate their efforts. ADDBAC

30 West Main Street, Suite 220 c/o CRC Carmel (317) 818-9866 ARCADIA ARTS & HERITAGE DEPOT

107 West South Street Arcadia (317) 946-6792

ARCADIA MAY FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 67 Arcadia

CICERO DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION

1050 South Pearl Street Cicero (317) 984-3475 www.ciceroin.org/parks-office.php CITY OF CARMEL

One Civic Square Carmel (317) 571-2400 www.carmel.in.gov CITY OF NOBLESVILLE

FISHERS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

11601 Municipal Drive Fishers (317) 578-0700 www.fisherschamber.com

FISHERS FREEDOM FESTIVAL, INC.

8591 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 595-3195 www.fishersfreedomfestival.org

FISHERS PARKS & RECREATION

11565 Brooks School Road Fishers (317) 595-3155 www.fishers.in.us

BOXLEY CABIN

Veterans Park Sheridan (317) 758-5054

16 South 10th Street Noblesville (317) 776-6324 www.noblesville.in.us

CARMEL ARTS & DESIGN DISTRICT

CITY OF WESTFIELD

30 West Main Street Carmel (317) 571-2790 www.carmelartsanddesign.com

130 Penn Street Westfield (317) 896-5570 www.westfield.in.gov

GRAND PARK-THE SPORTS CAMPUS AT WESTFIELD

CARMEL ARTS COUNCIL

CITY OF WESTFIELD PARKS & RECREATION

2706 East 171st Street Westfield (317) 804-3184 www.westfield.in.gov/parks

HAMILTON COUNTY 4-H FAIRGROUNDS

776 Hawthorne Drive Carmel (317) 844-4989 www.carmelartscouncil.org CARMEL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

COOL CREEK PARK & NATURE CENTER

2000 East 151st Street Carmel (317) 774-2500 www.hamiltoncountyparks.com

HAMILTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

21 South Rangeline Road, Suite 300A Carmel (317) 846-1049 www.carmelchamber.com CARMEL CLAY COMMUNITY SOCCER COMPLEX

DELAWARE TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY CENTER

HAMILTON COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

3451 West 126th Street Carmel www.carmeldadsclub.org

9094 East 131st Street Fishers (317) 842-8595 www.delawaretownship.net

701 East 191st Street Westfield www.grandpark.org

2003 East Pleasant Street Noblesville (317) 776-0854 www.hamiltoncofairgrounds.com

PO Box 397 Noblesville (317) 770-0775 www.hamiltoncoinhs.org

15513 South Union Street Carmel (317) 770-4400 www.myhamiltoncountyparks.com

DOWNTOWN WESTFIELD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

301 South Union Street Westfield (317) 965-3334 www.dwna.org

HAMILTON NORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

211 First Street S.W. Carmel (317) 846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

CARMEL CLAY PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

FALLEN HOOSIERS MEMORIAL

INDIANA GLASS TRAIL

FISHERS ARTS COUNCIL

LEGACY FUND OF HAMILTON COUNTY

CARMEL CLAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

1411 East 116th Street Carmel (317) 848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

CARMEL GALLERY ASSOCIATION

One South Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 752.1722 www.carmelartsanddesign.com/FEATURES/ galleryassociation/g_thegalleries.html

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401 North Union Street Westfield www.fallenhoosiers.com

One Municipal Drive Fishers (317) 572-7871 www.fishersartscouncil.com

70 North Byron St./PO Box 466 Cicero (317) 984-4079 www.hamiltonnorthchamber.com

114 West Church Street Alexandria www.indianaglasstrail.com

515 East Main Street, #100 Carmel (317) 843-2479 www.legacy-fund.org

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MORSE PARK & BEACH

19777 Morse Park Lane Noblesville (317) 770-4400 www.myhamiltoncountyparks.com

SHERIDAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

TOWN OF CICERO

STRAWTOWN KOTEEWI PARK

TOWN OF FISHERS

THE HAMILTON COUNTY ART CENTER

TOWN OF SHERIDAN

THE MICHAEL FEINSTEIN GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK INITIATIVE

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP PARKS

308 South Main Street Sheridan (317) 758-5054 www.sheridanhistoricalsociety.net

12308 West Strawtown Avenue Noblesville (317) 774-2574 www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov

NOBLESVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 601 East Conner Street Noblesville (317) 773-0086 The Noblesville Chamber welcomes visitors to our enchanting city-the heart of Hamilton County! We have it all, from a quaint and historic square with shopping and restaurants to a multi-screen theater and major retail shopping on Noblesville’s east side. Check us out at www.noblesvillechamber.com

195 South Fifth Street Noblesville (317) 776-2278 www.hcaa-in.org

The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts Carmel (317) 844-9446 www.michaelfeinsteinfoundation.org TOWN OF ARCADIA

PO Box 578 Arcadia (317) 984-3512 TOWN OF ATLANTA

NOBLESVILLE CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION

105 East Main Street Atlanta (765) 292-2626

PO Box 560 Cicero (317) 984-7072 www.ciceroin.org

One Municipal Drive Fishers www.fishers.in.us

506 South Main Street Sheridan www.sheridan.org

1549 East Greyhound Pass Carmel (317) 574-1074

WESTFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PO Bo 534 Westfield (317) 804-3030 www.westfield-chamber.org

WESTFIELD-WASHINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

145 South Union Street Westfield (317) 804-5365 www.wwhs.us

PO Box 291 Noblesville (317) 506-1872 www.noblesvillearts.org

NOBLESVILLE MAIN STREET

839 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 776-0205 www.noblesvillemainstreet.org NOBLESVILLE PARKS & RECREATION DEPT.

701 Cicero Road Noblesville (317) 776-6350 www.cityofnoblesville.org/parks

NOBLESVILLE PRESERVATION ALLIANCE

PO Box 632 Noblesville (317) 426-1672 www.noblesvillepreservation.com

OSPREY POINTE PAVILIONHAMILTON COUNTY PARKS DEPARTMENT

19777 Morse Park Lane Noblesville (317) 770-4400 www.Co.Hamilton.In.Us

SHERIDAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

407 Main Street Sheridan (317) 758-1311 www.sheridanchamber.org

SHERIDAN HARVEST MOON FESTIVAL

506 South Main Street Sheridan www.sheridan.org

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Shopping A CORNER COTTAGE

895 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 770-7577 www.acornercottage.net ANTIQUE EMPORIUM

1055 South Range Line Road Carmel (317) 844-8351

JIANA GIFTS & TEA

853 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 621-8881 KARISMA

859 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 774-8665 LINDEN TREE UNIQUE GIFTS

982 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 776-4100

856 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 773-3238 www.lindentreegifts.com

BATH JUNKIE

LISA’S PIE SHOP

AT HOME WITH US

741 Hanover Place Carmel (317) 805-1850 www.bathjunkie.com/store/carmel-indiana CARMEL CONSIGNMENT

13686 N. Meridian Street Carmel (317) 573-4400 www.yourconsignmetnconnection.com CARMEL COUTURE

1 S. Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 575-6400 CARMEL OLD TOWN ANTIQUE MALL

38 West Main Street Carmel (317) 566-1908 www.carmeloldtownantiquemall.com CLAY TERRACE

5995 South US 31 Atlanta (317) 758-6944 www.lisaspies.com LOGAN VILLAGE MALL

977 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 776-9999 www.loganvillagemall.net/ MAIN STREET SHOPPES

800 East Main Street Westfield (317) 867-3327 www.mainstreetshoppes-antiques.com MY TOY GARDEN

301 East Carmel Drive, Suite A500 Carmel (317) 571-1234 www.mytoygarden.com

14390 Clay Terrace Boulevard, #165 Carmel (317) 818-0725 www.clayterrace.com

NOBLESVILLE ANTIQUE MALL

FALCON FINDS

NOBLESVILLE CLOCK COMPANY

98 S. 9th Street Noblesville (317) 460-5896 www.falconfinds.com GARDEN THYME AT THE OLD SCHOOLHOUSE

14520 SR 38 East Noblesville (317) 714-3273 www.pinkpeppercorn.com HAMILTON TOWN CENTER

13901 Towne Center Boulevard Noblesville (317) 770-5996 www.hamiltontowncenterretail.com HERBAL ARTS

11650 North Lantern Road, Suite 205 Fishers (317) 418-8227 www.herbalartonline.com

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20 N. 9th Street Noblesville (317) 773-5095

996 Conner Street Noblesville (317) 776-9270 www.noblesvilleclock.com OLD PICKET FENCE

894 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 774-1800 www.noblesvilleantiques.com THE OLIVE MILL

10 S. Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 574-9200 www.olivemillcarmel.com THE WILD BOOKSTORE

884 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 773-0920 www.gotothewild.com

SEVEN SISTERS FLORIST

289 South Peru Cicero (317) 984-1761 www.sevensistersflorist.com SIMPLY SWEET SHOPPE

30 North Rangeline Road Carmel (317) 818-9866 www.30NorthRangeline.com SMITH’S JEWELERS

98 N. 9th Street Noblesville (317) 773-3383 www.smithsonthesquare.com SWEET HOME CUPCAKES

937 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 987-5551 www.sweethomecupcake.com THE FASHION MALL

8702 Keystone Crossing Boulevard Indianapolis (317) 574-4002 www.shopfashionmallatkeystone.com THE WILD BOOKSTORE

884 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 773-0920 www.gotothewild.com UNION ST. FLOWERS & GIFTS

101 Union Street Westfield (317) 867-2525 www.unionstreetflowers.com VINE & TABLE

313 East Carmel Drive Carmel (317) 817-9473 www.vineandtable.com VOM FASS OILS VINEGARS SPICES

13185 Harrel Parkway, Suite 150 Noblesville (317) 219-3423 www.vomfasshtc.com

WESTFIELD ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE

840 East Main Street Westfield (317) 550-7775 www.westfieldmarketplace.com WHIMZY

940 Logan Street Noblesville (317) 774-9405 www.whimzyshoppes.com

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Galleries ART SPLASH GALLERY

111 West Main Street, Suite 140 Carmel (317) 965-8788 www.CarmelArtSplash.com EVAN LURIE GALLERY

30 West Main Street Carmel (317) 844-8400 www.evanluriegallery.com EYE ON ART GALLERY

111 West Main Street Carmel (317) 752-1722 www.jerrypoints.com FRENCH BLEU FINE ART GALLERY

11 West Main Street West, #145 Carmel (317) 331-3734 www.susanmauck.blogspot.com GALLERY 116

8597 East 116th Street Fishers (317) 557-9730 www.gallery116com MAGDALENA GALLERY OF ART

27 East Main Street Carmel (317) 844-0005 www.magdalenagallery.com

MARY JOHNSTON PAINTINGS

27 East Main Street, #300 Carmel (317) 730-7221 www.maryjohnstonpaintings.com PLATINUM LIVING FINE ART GALLERY

31 East Main Street, Suite 300 Carmel (317) 506-8477 www.renaissancefineartanddesign.com RENAISSANCE FINE ART AND DESIGN

11 West Main Street West, #145 Carmel (317) 331-3734 www.susanmauck.blogspot.com SOORI GALLERY

33 East Main Street, #100 & 200 Carmel (317) 843-ARTS (2787) www.soorigallery.com

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Platinum Living Fine Art Gallery Conveniently located in downtown Noblesville

960 Logan St., Noblesville 317.776.8701 • www.platinumlivingllc.com

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Farmers Markets CARMEL

Saturdays 8am to 11:30 am mid-May through early October

5 Center Green, at the corner of City Center Drive and S.W. 3rd Street, in the shadow of the Center for the Performing Arts

About 65 vendors each week participate in this market devoted to Indiana-grown or produced agricultural products. Find fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses, meat, eggs and plants. Prepared foods are also available, such as jam, salsa, pastries and sandwiches. The only non-food items available are plants, including both annuals and perennials. The market also features cooking demonstrations, children’s activities, and live music. www.carmelfarmersmarket.com

FISHERS

Saturdays 8am to Noon end of May through the end of September

Between Town Hall and the Amphitheater in the Nickel Plate District Albout 40 high quality vendors offer fresh produce, live goods, bakery items, specialty products, meat and cheese and hand crafted gifts. The market is juried and showcases some of the best market vendors in Indiana.

www.fisherschamber.com/pages/farmersmarket

Saturdays 8am to Noon

131st St. and Olio Road

The Saxony Market’s focus is on local vendors, farm-fresh produce and artisanal foods. Families enjoy a bounce house, corn hole and live music each Saturday, too! Pets are welcome. www.saxony-indiana.com/market.html

NOBLESVILLE

Saturdays, 8am to Noon mid-May through October 13

Riverview Overflow Parking Lot at the intersection of SR 32 and SR 19

Hamilton County’s oldest and largest market, about 80 vendors offer a wide array of locally grown produce, bedding plants, fresh-cut flowers, locally produced honey, handmade soaps, and fresh-baked goods. www.noblesvillemainstreet.org

Thursdays, 4pm to 7pm Early June to late September

Downtown Noblesville, South Alley by Noblesville Visitor’s Center

A special Thursday evening produce market in Downtown Noblesville features fruit, veggies, flowers and other goods. www.noblesvillemainstreet.org

SHERIDAN

Wednesdays, 4pm to 7pm Through September 25 Biddle Park

A variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.

www.facebook.com/pages/Sheridan-Farmers

CICERO

WESTFIELD

Saturdays, 8am to Noon, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend

Fridays, 5pm to 8pm June 6 through August 29, except July 4th

Up to 20 vendors with fresh home-grown fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, herbs, handcrafted items and more.

40+ vendors offering fresh produce, bakery goods, handmade crafts and various local services. Pets are welcome.

Parking lot east of Cicero Market, at 175 W. Jackson Street

Ameriana Bank 3333 East SR 32 (Carey Road & 32)

www.cicerofarmersmarket.com

www.facebook.com/SheridanFarmersMarket

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Roundabouts

The Current Trend Started Here

If you are from other parts of the country or Indiana, your community may have a new roundabout or two. The current popularity of these efficient traffic control devices started here in Carmel, which is now considered the roundabout capital of America.

In the late 90’s, Carmel started building basic roundabouts as it improved its road network on the east side of town (the first was at Hazel Dell Parkway and Main St.). Since then, it has refined and enhanced the concept, and now has more than eighty roundabouts in town, from the basic version to the fancy teardrop versions on the overpasses to Keystone Parkway.

Mayor Jim Brainard praises the advantages of roundabouts as less expensive, more attractive and safer than traditional traffic signal intersections. You have plenty of opportunities to drive them as it’s hard to travel in Carmel without encountering one. Once you get used to driving in them you wonder why roundabouts took so long to catch on.

Here are few tips:

The most important thing to keep in mind is that traffic in the roundabout always has the right of way. So as you approach, look left (the only direction traffic is coming from) and yield to those who are already in. If no one is coming, you just cruise right in. Once you are in, you have the right of way, so keep moving. The system breaks down if cars stop in the roundabout. Roundabouts are especially useful if you are a visitor and unfamiliar with the area. If you accidentally pass your destination, an upcoming roundabout gives you the opportunity to execute the perfect U-turn: no stopping, no shifting, no sweat; just a smooth left hand curve and you are back on the road going the opposite direction.

Here’s fair warning. The main northsouth artery through Carmel is closed for much of this year. US 31, aka Meridian St., is being upgraded to a limited access highway. It’s part of a multi-year project that is improving the road from I-465 in Carmel to SR38 near Sheridan. It is the largest road program ever in Hamilton County and it will be beautiful when its done.

The interchanges will be fancy roundabouts similar to those on Keystone Parkway. When they built the new Keystone several years ago, they discovered that building these roads is a little like pulling off a band-aid. We’re better off biting the bullet and doing it

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Construction

all at once than spreading the pain over a longer period of time. So instead of routing traffic to one lane, doing half, then switching lanes and doing the other half, the road is simply closed while they do the work.

Although access to hospitals and businesses is still open, through traffic is being detoured from Old Meridian St. on the south to 136th St. on the north. A series of detours will get you to through the area but it will be slow going. If you just want to pass through from I-465 to 31 North of Carmel (or vice versa), use Keystone Parkway as that is open for its full length and is the primary detour. But if you need to get

to businesses near US31 you will have venture into the detours. Pennsylvania /Old Meridian Sts. on the east and Illinois St. on the west are convenient alternative routes.

You can cross US 31 at 126th St. and 136th St. but not at 131st St., which is closed. If all goes well, this part of the road should reopen by Thanksgiving of this year, and they will start construction farther south. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2015.

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Hamilton County Festivals As the weather warms up, the calendar fills with festivals and special events in every corner of Hamilton County. To find more events, visit Indiana State Festivals Association website at www.IndianaFestivals.org. May 31- June 30 Nickel Plate Arts Festival County-wide

A month-long celebration of the arts, with events weekly along the Nickel Plate Arts Trail Fishers - May 31 Noblesville - June 7 Nickel Plate Arts Campus - June 14 Jackson Township - June 21 Tipton - June 28 www.nickelplatearts.orr June 7 31st Annual Cicero Triathlon Red Bridge Park, Cicero

This USAT-sanctioned mini-sprint triathlon features a .2 mile swim across Morse Reservoir, a 9.5 mile bike ride through the country west of Cicero and a 3.1 mile run through the friendly neighborhoods of Cicero. www.hamiltonnorthchamber.com/ pages/CiceroTriathlon June 15 Father’s Day Car Show Forest Park, Noblesville

On Father’s Day every June Central Indiana Vintage Vehicles presents a huge vintage vehicle show. June 28 & 29 Fishers Freedom Festival Holland Park, Fishers

Two days of family activities beginning with 5K Event on Saturday. Arts and Craft Vendors, Live Entertainment, Food Vendors, Business Tent, Children’s and Teen Area, Disc Dogs, Food and School Supply Drive, Parades and Fireworks. www.fishersfreedomfestival.org

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July 3 & 4 CarmelFest Civic Square, Carmel

One of the Midwest’s largest festivals with a huge parade, 4 stages of entertainment,kidzone, fabulous food, market place and exhibits. www.carmelfest.net July 4 Glorious Fourth at Conner Prairie, Fishers

Take a trip to the past and participate in authentic Fourth of July fun straight from the 1800s. www.connerprairie.org July 4 Noblesville Annual Parade and Fireworks Festival Downtown & Noblesville High School

The parade will begin at 5pm on the corner of 16th and Harrison Streets. www.noblesvillefireworksfestival.com July 4 Sheridan Fourth of July Celebration Biddle Park and Downtown

Parade starts at 10:30 on Main St. July 4 Westfield Rocks The 4th Asa Bales Park, Westfield

Live music, merchant and food vendors, kids’ area, bicycle and motorcycle charity rides, car show and fireworks. www.westfieldrocksthe4th.com July 4-6 Lights over Morse Lake Festival Cicero, Community Park and Morse Lake

Kids’ carnival, parade, live music, 3-on-3 basketball and cornhole tournaments, talent show, balloon glow, craft and food vendors, golf cart poker run and firework on Morse Lake. www.lightsovermorselake.com

July 11 & 12 Sheridan Bluegrass Fever Veterans Park (See ad page 50) July 12 Noblesville Main St Annual Street Dance Courthouse Square, Noblesville

Live entertainment, dancing, food, and a Kid’s Zone. www.noblesvillemainstreet.org July 17-22 Hamilton County 4H Fair County Fairgrounds, Noblesville

Animals, food, exhibits by 4-H members, fun for the entire family. Admission and parking are free. July 19 The Art of Wine Carmel Arts & Design District

Enjoy a summer evening experiencing vintages al fresco. The event is free to attend and adults 21 years of age and older are invited to unlimited wine tastings from participating wineries. www.carmelartsanddesign.com August 1-17 Indiana Transportation Museum Fair Train

A popular and fun way to get to the Indiana State Fair. Park at the train station in Fishers (lot of construction in the area so be careful and follow signs). www.itm.org August 2 Art Fair on the Square Courthouse Square Noblesville

Enjoy charming Historic Downtown Noblesville with juried artists, all painting mediums, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, more. Art experience for children. Food available. www.noblesvillearts.org

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August 9 Gospel Times! Traditional and New Veterans Park, Sheridan

Free Admission, bring a picnic/chairs August 23 Artomobilia Arts & Design District, Carmel

The art of the automobile is on display in Carmel’s Arts & Design District during Artomobilia. Cars from all eras line the streets and galleries exhibit art with an auto theme. www.carmelartsanddesign.com August 23 Race Across Hamilton County

Teams compete in various mental, physical, and passive challenges at four different park sites around the county. http://washingtontownship-hc.us click on events September 12 & 13 Voices From The Past Living History Walk; Asa Bales Park, Westfield

See history come alive at this interactive and educational event, which will feature all new stories in 2014! www.westfield.in.gov September 20 Noblesville Preservation Alliance Annual Historic Home Tour

Tour historic homes in Noblesville. Old Mill Festival with arts, crafts and antiques on the Historic Courthouse Square. www.noblesvillepreservation.com September 20 & 21 Harvest Moon Festival Biddle Memorial Park, Sheridan

Craft and food vendors, carnival, classic cars, great pumpkin chuck, 5k run/walk, entertainment both days, kids’ activities, motorcycle drive-in parking available. www.sheridan.org September 27 Oktoberfest @ Saxony Witten Park, Fishers

Enjoy German food, arts and crafts vendors, food vendors and a beer garden. The festival will also host live entertainment all day. www.fishersfreedomfestival.org September 27 & 28 Carmel International Arts Festival Carmel Arts & Design District

Featuring 135 diverse juried artists with

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two stages of live entertainment featuring international dance and music. Fun atmosphere for the whole family. www.carmelartsfestival.org September 27 & 28 Atlanta New Earth Festival

40th annual event with over 600 vendors downtown. Juried art show, crafts, antiques, food and more. 9am-6pm. www.atlantaindiana.com September 27-October 31 Pumpkin Harvest Festival Stonycreek Farm, Noblesville

42nd Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival. Hayrides, pumpkin patch, bonfire parties, school field trips, zip line, jumping pillow, family fun! www.stonycreekfarm.net October 4 & 5 Fishers Renaissance Faire Saxony, Fishers

Live entertainment for the whole family. Jousting, armed combat demonstrations, unique shopping, food, drink, dancing, magic, history, fantasy theater. www.fishersrenfaire.com October 4 Potters Bridge Fall Festival Potters Bridge Park, Noblesville

Arts and craft vendors at the historical Potter’s Covered Bridge along the White River. www.myhamiltoncountyparks.com October 11 Christmas in October Craft Fair Fishers High School

Juried show with more than 150 crafters. www.fishersfreedomfestival.org October 28-30 Haunted Trails Cool Creek Park, Westfield

Make your way through the “boo-tiful” woods of Cool Creek Park for our annual Haunted Trails Halloween event! Ghouls and goblins are lurking at every turn and waiting for you to arrive. www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov November 22 Holiday on the Square Civic Square, Carmel

Holiday lighting ceremony, Santa, live reindeer, holiday farmers’ market, entertainment, perfect holiday season kick off event. www.carmel.in.gov

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Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission www.noblesvillearts.org

CONCERTS IN THE PARK

Sundays at 6:30, June 26-August 24 Seminary Park (Free)

BLACK AND GOLD HIGH SCHOOL BAND COMPETITION

July 25, 6:30-10pm Hare Chevrolet Field in Noblesville

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK

July 24, 25, 26, 31, August 1& 2 at Dusk Seminary Park (Free)

ART FAIR ON THE SQUARE August 2, 10am-4pm Courthouse Square (Free)

MA JOR SPONSORS

GOLD City of Noblesville – Arts Council Committee to Re-Elect John Ditslear Community Bank IDI Composites International Nickel Plate Arts Szentesy Family

SILVER

Bryce Adams, Edward Jones Campbell Kyle Profitt Classical Music Indy Farmers Bank Generations in Dentistry Hamilton County Business Magazine Hare Chevrolet Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority Resler’s Tax Service

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Parks, Recreation and Fun!

Hamilton County is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. Despite its development in housing and commercial real estate, plenty of green space and parks have been dedicated for recreational fun across the county. In fact, Hamilton County boasts some of the most popular parks in the state. Visit www.myhamiltoncountyparks.com for more info on all the area parks. CARMEL

Cool Creek Park & Nature Center Five miles of wooded trails, playground and a nature center, offering families the opportunity to learn about plants and animals in their natural homes.

Potter’s Bridge Park The only covered bridge in Hamilton County spans the White River and is the highlight of a 66-acre park. WESTFIELD

Coxhall Gardens The 125-acre park is blooming with beautiful gardens surrounding a gazebo, fountains and tiered seating. Families love the children’s garden and the colorful tulip garden.

Freedom Trail Park The first Indiana garden and park designed for children with autism. The park has a sensory garden that surrounds a playground with several unique and interactive play features and is accessible for all children.

Flowing Well Park An 8-acre park with fishing, a nature trail and a 100-year-old natural underground reservoir. Visitors can fill containers with the water from the artisan flowing well.

Strawtown Koteewi Park Just outside Cicero, the park is best known for archeological activity. It is also enjoyed by canoe paddlers, horse riders, fishers, cyclists, walkers and hikers.

FISHERS

Billericay Park The popular new splash pad and baseball diamonds are popular all summer long. The bright red British telephone box is from Fishers’ Sister City, Billericay, Essex, UK.

Heritage Park at White River The centerpiece of the park is the Historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens, a home built 170 years ago now surrounded by beautiful blooms.

CICERO

ARCADIA

The Rookery Preserve A favorite of birdwatchers, the park’s nearly 100 Blue Heron nests are best viewed during March and April.

Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve A designated Indiana State Nature Preserve offering trails, picnicking, special events and kid activities. NOBLESVILLE

Dillon Park Family fun abounds at the spray park, skate park, disc golf course, playground, playing fields and trails. Forest Park & Aquatic Center Kids love the playgrounds, carousel, miniature golf and large outdoor aquatic center. Home of the Indiana Transportation Museum.

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Trails:

Slow down and enjoy the scenery

Hamilton County is the healthiest county in Indiana and we’re trying to make it easier for people to get out and exercise. You can use our trails any time of year, but they’re especially attractive in late Spring, Summer and Fall.

Many subdivisions have their own trails; the challenge is connecting them all, which will happen eventually. Meantime, improved thoroughfares (like 146th St. and Hazel Dell Parkway) have trails built alongside. Fishers offers more than 60 miles of multiuse trails adjacent to streets. The county’s major trails are indicated by purple lines on the maps on pages 26-29. Here are a few of the best: The crown jewel of our trail system is the Monon Trail, which extends from 10th Street in downtown Indianapolis to 161st St. in Westfield. The Monon is built along an old rail line that extends north and south through Hamilton County. It’s an important part of Carmel’s plans for downtown and winds through the heart of the city. Carmel has built beautiful bridges and tunnels to make the trail safer

at intersections. The Hagen-Burke Trail is a major spur off the main line and connects the Monon to the Cool Creek Trail. Westfield is planning its new downtown around the future junction of the Monon and the Midland Trace trails, which will intersect at the Grand Junction. Only a few thousand feet of the Midland Trace are developed so far, but a bridge is in and it’s looking great as it heads east toward Noblesville. The Natalie Wheeler Trail heads south out of downtown connecting to the north end of the Cool Creek Trail. In Noblesville, the White River Greenway starts at Potters Bridge and heads south through the woods along the White River. At a mile and a half it’s a great round trip hike for the family and crossing the bridge is an adventure for the kids. There’s plenty of parking at Potters Bridge Park on Allisonville Road north of downtown. You’ll also find trails on either side of Hazel Dell Parkway and along parts of Hague Road.

Some Favorites 146th Street Trail Urban 12-mile trail through Carmel, Noblesville and Fishers and passing by outdoor shopping malls, retail centers and restaurants.

Cool Creek Trail Four miles of trails wind through Cool Creek Park in Carmel and connects to the Natalie Wheeler Trail. Midland Trace Trail A rail trail through the Westfield downtown area, offering access to shopping and dining.

White River Greenway- Carmel Follows White River for 2 miles including a woodsy area, home to woodpeckers and herons. White River Greenway- Noblesville A 2.8 mile trail starting at Noblesville’s historic courthouse, crossing bridge over the White River, through Forest Park and ending at Potter’s Covered Bridge. Explore these favorite trails across the county and to learn about more Hamilton County trails, visit IndianaTrails.com.

Natalie Wheeler Trail Quiet, woodsy and easy 1-mile trail in Westfield.

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Life on the Lakes The point is often made here in Hamilton County that we are challenged by our terrain. We have to try harder to attract people because we don’t have mountains or seashores, natural amenities that draw visitors and residents alike. Well, here’s a little secret: we do have a couple of very appealing natural resources: Morse Lake in Noblesville/Cicero and Geist Lake in Fishers. Morse Lake

Both are reservoirs serving Indianapolis and are manmade. Creeks were dammed back in the 40’s and 50’s to create them and they were rural getaways for many years. Today they serve as attractive neighborhoods for people who enjoy a lake lifestyle. Morse Lake is now almost completely built out with year round homes in Noblesville and Cicero. Morse Lake Park is open to the public and offers swimming, fishing and picnic areas in the summer months, along with lakeside dining. Geist Lake

In the southeast corner of Hamilton County, Geist Lake straddles the border with Indianapolis. Though it is older than Morse Lake, it still has land available. In fact, half a dozen communities are currently under construction.

Geist also has lakeside dining, a marina and public access, and sets a high standard for luxury lake living in the Indianapolis area.

Boating Safety Stay up to date with all of Indiana boating laws and safe watercraft operation tips with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Boating Handbook. Available online at www.boat-ed.com/indiana/handbook.

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THE CARE YOU’VE

BEEN WAITING FOR.

WITHOUT THE WAIT.

You now have quick, convenient access to the care you need. The new Franciscan St. Francis Health – Carmel offers a wide range of innovative outpatient and shortstay medical services right here, under one roof. You no longer have to drive to various locations for imaging, lab work, physical therapy and other services. You’ll also appreciate shorter wait times, with the added convenience of ample, easily accessible parking. We’re here to help you simplify your life, while ensuring a healthier future.

Inspiring Health Visit FranciscanStFrancis.org/Carmel for more information.

LAB & IMAGING • SURGERY • CARDIAC TESTING • PHYSICAL THERAPY • ORTHOPEDICS PRIMARY CARE • COLORECTAL AND CANCER CARE • INFUSION SERVICES • SLEEP DISORDERS


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Springs of Cambridge Across the bridge from the Geist Marina on East 96th St

Hampton Cove Across from the Geist Marina

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