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ABOUT THE COVER Did you know... Two Men Dedicated to Preserving Our Community’s Untold History It could be said that it is a lesser known fact Westfield Washington Township maintains two historic cemeteries in Hamilton County. It is an even lesser known fact that these historic cemeteries exist within the Township where many of us live today. Yes, it is true. The first cemetery is called Sugar Grove Cemetery and it was established in 1844. It is located at 15714 Joliet Road. It is a Pioneer Cemetery and the first person to be interred into the cemetery was a man named Sidney Smith, born on 12/25/1805 and died on 5/28/1844. The second cemetery the Township maintains is called Ballard Cemetery and it was established in 1851. It is located on 161st Street between Spingmill Road and Ditch Road and it is classified as a Quaker Cemetery. That is your history lesson for the day. In 2017, the articles you’ll read about in OWWN will be about individuals involved in the Township who influence our community and have a great impact on our Township as a whole. In this edition of OWWN, you’ll get the pleasure of learning about two very interesting individuals who have a huge impact on our community by maintaining these very delicate, historical landmark cemeteries which tell so much about our community. To briefly get back to the history lesson, Indiana Code gives responsibility for maintaining abandoned cemeteries in the state to the Township. When Township Trustee, Danielle Carey Tolan, realized that she inherited these two cemeteries, she knew she needed to find the best individuals to restore them to their greatest potential so the community could be proud of these historic assets. Her first instinct was to contact an old family friend whose company had been in the landscaping business since 1963. Mr. Ron Hittle has been a friend of the Carey family for many years and Danielle knew he could help with accomplishing this task. In fact, Ron Hittle was not only familiar with these cemeteries, but was responsible for their maintenance back in the 1970’s. He was the perfect man for the job. Ron Hittle is a lifetime resident of the Westfield Washington Township. He is a retired Westfield Firefighter and has dedicated his life to serving the community. His family is well known throughout the region for his business, Hittle Landscaping. “I would guess that maintaining the Township Cemeteries back in the 1970’s was a stepping stone to Hittle Landscaping,” says Ron Hittle. “It could be possible that without Hittle Landscaping, these cemeteries may not be in existence today and for that I am extremely proud.” Ron Hittle is not alone in his dedication to preserving these two


“When you are driving by an old cemetery, take time to look at the conditions of the stones that populate the area. If it is a Pioneer Cemetery, you will most likely see many problems. Hats off to Westfield Washington Township for making it a priority to restore and preserve their landmarks.”  – Roger Crim.

community assets. He works alongside Mr. Roger Crim, a local business owner whose passion includes restoring grave markers in historic cemeteries. Roger’s attention to intricate detail has brought the Ballard Cemetery back to life with his repair and restoration. “Restoring cemeteries gives me great sense of satisfaction,” says Roger Crim. “These are truly items of history and if not preserved correctly, they will be lost.” Most of the grave markers Roger preserves are pre-1900 so they are extremely fragile and need a great deal of care during the restoration process. Markers in our local cemeteries exist in different degree of repair. Some need basic cleaning and straightening and others need a comprehensive restoration. Ron Hittle and Roger Crim are individuals making an enormous impact on our community without much recognition or acknowledgement for their important work. These cemeteries are not only historical landmarks, but tell stories of people’s lives, many of whom helped shape the existence of this community and create a place in which many of us live, work and play today. These civil servants work behind the scenes to maintain and preserve what could be our Township’s most important assets and they deserve acknowledgement for their hard work, even though many in our community are unaware these cemeteries exist. The Township would like to encourage residents to visit Ballard and Sugar Creek Cemeteries and discover these community assets and learn some unique history about our forefathers. While you’re there, take a moment to remember that without the help and dedication of Mr. Ron Hittle and Mr. Roger Crim, these landmarks could have been lost forever. OWWN - Our Westfield Washington Network

TABLE OF CONTENTS Township Programs / Classes Preschool (3-6yrs) Summer Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 8 Fitness & Movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Youth (6-17yrs) Summer Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6 Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Family. All Ages. Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Adults Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Fitness & Movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Adults 55 “and Better Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 MacGregor Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 12, 15, 16

Township Highlights Providence Wildlife Education Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Nature Play Days . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Community Events Westfield Washington Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Westfield Washington Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 HC Conservation District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Club Pilates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 PAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Lord of Life Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Open Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Grand Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Hamilton County Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Youth Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Grand Junction Brewery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Heart & Soul Free Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Whale of a Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Noble Kids Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Downtown Westfield Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

LETTER from the TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE I hope everyone is enjoying 2017 and making the most of each day! We’ve been extremely busy here at Westfield Washington Township and we are thrilled to begin planning for our busy months ahead. As we move into the warmer months you can’t help but think about summer plans. As you’ll see in this edition of OWWN, we have plenty of amazing programs, classes and activities for your entire family to enjoy in the upcoming months. Also in this edition, we are announcing our most popular summer camp schedule. These camps fill up extremely fast so make sure to take notice of the camps of interest to you and get registered! Also in this edition, we are highlighting some local township leaders who are making an impact on our community. Specifically, we are focusing on local resident Ron Hittle and Roger Crim, who work hard to maintain our local cemeteries. I am sure most residents are unaware the cemeteries we discuss in the article even exist so I encourage you to read it and learn about these fascinating men and the details of their current restoration project. As always, please remember that our door here at the Township Office is always open to our community and we are happy to help in any way we can. Just a reminder, the Township is responsible for providing community assistance and poor relief, fire protection, planning and zoning, burial assistance and parks and recreation programming to the community. If you have questions about the specific services we provide, please visit our website at www. Bring on the warm weather! Be safe!

City of Westfield Events Bingo Brunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Movies In The Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Touch-A-Truck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Westfield Rocks the 4th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29






Westfield Washington Township Offices 1549 East Greyhound Pass | Carmel, IN 46032 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-4:00 Phone: (317) 574-9490

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Registration Deadline is 7 days prior to each class.


Mission Statement

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Educate. Advocate. Collaborate. We will provide superior, reliable municipal services for the benefit of our citizens. We aim to be good stewards of both public resources and our natural environment as we embrace our heritage and yet recognize and act on opportunities to enhance the future quality of life in our community.

Vision Statement

We aspire to be a customer-centered organization through innovation and sustainability.


Pat Ferrari  Administrative Assistant Stacy London  Program Coordinator Markine Sipes  Investigator Kristin White  Education Director Terri Wolf  Office Manager

Park Advisory Council

Wild and Wacky Summer Fun

Ages 3-5. Join us for 4 fun filled days of summer camp with days of arts and crafts, water activities, games and outdoor activities. Dress for the occasion, and be prepared to get dirty and have a great time. Min 10/Max 15 Location $70 4 classes WTO Lower T-F 1:00pm-4:00pm July 7-10 7152.401

Day(s) of Week

Time Class Meets


Course Number

Abbreviations Days: M = Monday

Th = Thursday

Su = Sunday

T = Tuesday W = Wednesday F = Friday

Skill Level:


= Beginner


= Advanced

Sa = Saturday


= Intermediate

Martin Kirkwood | Dawn Knight Dave Mueller | Jim Peyton Norm Springer | Danielle Carey Tolan

Township Advisory Board David Gill | Gary Southerland | Carl Steele

PROGRAM LOCATIONS  WTO Township Office 1549 East Greyhound Pass • Carmel 46032


     WTO Lower

Lower Level: Take ramp towards back of building.  

     WTO Main

Main Level: Enter through front entrance.

  VF Clubhouse

Upper Level Village Farms • 453 Greyhound Pass • Carmel 46032

  MacGregor Park 

21105 MacGregor Park Road • Westfield 46074


333 West Hoover Street • Westfield 46074

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Online Registration Only! Wild and Wacky Summer Fun


Ages 3-5. Join us for 4 fun filled days of summer camp with days of arts and crafts, water activities, games and outdoor activities. Dress for the occasion and be prepared to get dirty and have a great time.

Each day the campers will be provided a snack and drink.

Min 10/Max 16 $75 M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

4 Classes 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00-4:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00-4:00pm

WTO Lower July 17-20 July 17-20 July 24-27 July 24-27

7172.401 7172.402 7172.403 7172.404

Kids Café

Please advise us of any allergies. Ages 3-5. Does your child want to learn to cook? If so, this is the place for them. Recipes with few ingredients will open your child’s eyes to their role in the kitchen. Children will bring home their very own recipe book and chef hat. Min 10/Max 16 $85 T-F T-F

4 Classes 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00-4:00pm

WTO Lower July 11-14 July 11-14

7172.405 7172.406

Young Chefs

Please advise us of any allergies. Ages 6-8. Movin’ on up, graduate out of Kid’s Café and join Young Chefs! Engage your young chef in an interactive class of culinary creation! Young Chefs use expert instruction and child-led design to whip up some delicious recipes. Whether your child wants to master snacks, appetizers or desserts, they will be sure to ‘relish’ in the fun of this class! Min 10/Max 16 $85 T-F T-F T-F

4 Classes 1:00-4:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00-4:00pm

WTO Lower June 6-9 June 13-16 June 13-16

7172.501 7172.502 7172.503

Creative Cooks

Please advise us of any allergies. Ages 9-11. Attention advanced chefs. This session is designed for kids that want to do more extensive cooking. Your child will learn how to prepare and cook the meals for your family. They will plan menus and create their own cookbook. They will be mixing and measuring some experiments and coming up with nonedible items, too. This promises to be a delicious time. Min 10/Max 16 $95 T-F T-F

4 Classes 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00-4:00pm

WTO Lower June 20-23 June 20-23

7172.504 7172.505



Online Registration Only! STEM Camp

Weather Center

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Camp! STEM Camp will provide hands-on learning using many experiments that apply to the world around us. STEM Camp will be sure to bring science to your child in a fun and different way. A unique theme each day will bring new experiences and excitements as your child learns about the wonders of science, technology, engineering and math. Your child will love exploring, discovering, learning and creating!!

Ages 8-12. Learn to forecast the weather like the pros! This consecutive 3-day camp will teach basic meteorological skills and students will take home the necessary tools to begin predicting the weather in their own neigh­borhood. We will be working with and adding to the Weather Center on site at MacGregor Park as well. Dress for the weather and themes. All materials are provided.

Min 8/Max 12 $120 4 Classes Ages 6-8. M-Th 9:00am-12:00pm Ages 9-11. M-Th 1:00-4:00pm

WTO Lower June 26-29


June 26-29


Ages 8-12. Participants will get the chance to learn various sewing techniques while creating a one-of-a-kind personalized tote bag. Skills learned will include cutting out a pattern, using a sewing machine, hand stitching and basic embroidery. All materials are provided for this class. Min 5/Max 10 MacGregor Park July 11-13 7172.508 July 18-20 7172.509

Animal Detectives Ages 8-12. Unravel the mysteries of nature at MacGregor Park. What is that, who made it, when was it here, what happened? And if you didn’t see it, how do you really know? Students will learn techniques for “gathering” animal tracks out in the wild. They will make impressions and create oneof-a-kind sculptures. All materials will be provided, but please dress for themes and wear comfortable, closed toe shoes for the hike. Min 5/Max 15 $120 3 Classes M-W 9:00am-12:00pm


$150 3 Classes T-Th 9:00am-12:00pm

MacGregor Park June 20-22 7172.511



$120 3 Classes T-Th 9:00am-12:00pm T-Th 1:00-4:00pm

Min 5/Max 15

MacGregor Park June 12-14 7172.510

Ages 8-12. Participants will be learning the difference between types of stars, planets and other items that dot our skies after dark. We will also be discussing how Astronomy has changed since the time of Galileo to now as well as the recent changes to our own Solar System. They’ll even receive take home charts and guides to view the Night Sky on their very own. The Night View is entirely optional! If you choose to join us out at MacGregor Park at dark, please dress accordingly and be sure to leave at least one adult per youth participant! Min 5/Max 15 $150 3 Classes T-Th 1:00-4:00pm Night view TBA

MacGregor Park June 6-8 7172.512

M-W 1:00-4:00pm Night view TBA

June 12-14


Out of the Woods Ages 8-12. Sleuths will work their way as a team through puzzles and nature clues to solve the Mystery of the Broken Bridge. Similar to the adult “Break Out/Escape Room” adventures. Min 5/Max 10 $50 Th Th

1 Class 9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

MacGregor Park June 8 7172.514 July 27 7172.515

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ENRICHMENT Bike The Park Event

Animal Homes with Amazon John

All Ages. Meet at Westfield Washington Public Library in the parking lot with your bike and we will all ride together on our new trail (across the street from the library) over to Grand Park. Once there, we will bike around the Grand Park Trail then return to the library.

All Ages. Join us for a live animal show with audience participation. Silly Safaris’ mission is to create positive human animal interactions that inspire responsible pet ownership and wild animal conservation.

FREE 1 Event M 2:00pm

WWPL June 15

Ballet Theater of Carmel: Cinderella Family. All Ages. Excerpts will be performed in costume, and children are welcome to come in dance wear. FREE 1 Class M 1:00pm

WWPL June 19

Snakehead Ed All Ages. Learn more about nature, reptiles, biomes and science through interactive, close encounters with exotic snakes. Snakehead Ed specializes in eduction through excitement and shows each participant and viewer the beauty, power and importance of these amazing reptiles. FREE 1 Class T 6:30pm

WWPL June 27

Game Coding Grades 2-8. Does your child love technology? Do they love to create and share their knowledge with others? During this camp, students will learn to build a game from scratch. They will learn to design, program and execute a game that they can take home to play with a friend, sibling or parent. Just bring a laptop to learn to code! Please note where each class is held! Hardware Requirements: LAPTOP only, (NO TABLETS); headphones to record and listen to music for their programs. Software Requirements: Updated version of Chrome with Adobe Flash Player version 10.2 or later installed. Min 6/Max 12 $65 2 Classes WWPL W-Th 3:00-4:30pm June 7-8 7172.516 $65 2 Classes VF Clubhouse Lower Level W-Th 10:30am-12:00pm July 11-12 7172.517

FREE 1 Class F 10:30am  12:00pm 

WWPL July 14 July 14

Summer Reading Prize Drawing Celebration All Ages. We will be drawing the winners for all of the Summer Reading Program prizes, as well as the GRAND PRIZE winner of the E-Reading device and Amazon gift card. Join us for all the excitement! FREE 1 Class T 1:00pm

WWPL August 1

X-Treme Science Magic Show All Ages. This exciting show combines science, magic and humor to get kids hooked on science. It's a fastmoving, upbeat and interactive show full of experiments, demonstrations and a lot of audience participation. Is it a science show or a magic show? It’s both. FREE 1 Class M 11:00am

WWPL August 7

The Westfield Washington Public Library is proud to be participating in the MyLibraryRewards™ program. This is a reading incentive program that promotes literacy, learning and community engagement between you, your local library and businesses in your area. Library patrons automatically earn points for each item that is checked out at their participating local library. Patrons can redeem the accumulated points to receive discounts and special offers from businesses in their community. Shop the marketplace to view the rewards.

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ENRICHMENT  Preschool Preschool Enrichment Class Requirements Ages 3-5. $10 1 Class

Min 6/Max 12 WTO Lower

Children MUST be potty trained and be able to follow directions and participate in small group setting without a parent. Doors will be open 10 minutes prior to class. No make-up for canceled classes or missed classes. Kids will receive a snack and drink.

A Day at the Zoo Your child will have a fun filled day exploring zoo animals. DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS, but we will give the kids a snack. So, if your child likes lions, tigers or bears join us for the fun. W 9:15-10:45am May 3 4172.101

Up, Up and Away Come fly with us…Children will learn all about kites, planes, helicopters and other things that fly, even birds. The kids will make their very own flying device to take home. T 1:00-2:30pm May 9 4172.102

Are You My Mother? Who is your mother? Is it a bird or a lion? Your child will learn about moms and babies and who belongs to whom. They will have fun matching babies with their moms and finding out just what the babies are called. W 9:15-10:45am May 10 4172.103

Oodles of Noodles Cooked noodles, raw noodles and pool noodles, your child will use noodles to discover science, math and art. This will be oodles of fun!! Th 1:00-2:30pm May 18 4172.104 W 9:15-10:45am Aug 16 4172.105

I Spy Don’t forget your detective skills! Kids will need them in the search for missing items. Enjoy a mystery snack, games and a craft. F 9:15-10:45am May 19 4172.106


Plant a Little Seed Do you have a green thumb? Come let your child discover gardening as they plant it and then watch it grow! M


May 22


Ice Cream We Scream I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! We will be sure to cool your kid off before we send them home. Th


Aug 3


Forts of All Sorts Calling all builders! Your child will have the opportunity to create their own fort and have a great time playing in them. All budding architects and engineers welcome. F


Aug 11


Ocean Creatures Explore the world under water. Learn about different animals that live in the ocean. M


Aug 14


Back to School It is back to school time! We will get your little ones ready for school by teaching them how to make friends and read stories on how to fit in at school. Take a ride on a big yellow bus! W


Aug 30


Wee Play Ages 1-5 with Adult. Toddlers love social interaction with other children and they love to explore new surroundings. Wee Play allows you and your little ones to meet new friends. Come join us for some fun! Min 5/Max 22 $4 1 Class

WTO Lower

Stack & Build W


May 24


Aug 22


Wee Play Outdoors T


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FITNESS & MOVEMENT Preschool Ballet

Hip Hop

Ages 3-5. This popular and fun class will focus on terminology, rhythm, grace and strength by completing a ballet warm-up, learning routines and playing fun games. Each new session brings original dances so that children can enjoy the same class each time it is offered. In addition, parents will be invited to watch the last 10 minutes of the final class.

Ages 3-5. Participants will be taught the latest dance moves to popular age appropriate songs. We will complete warm-up, floor work and a portion of a routine each week. In addition, parents will be invited to watch the last 10 minutes of the final class. Please note all May classes will be held at the Township offices. All remaining classes will be held at the Village Farms Clubhouse due to Summer Camps.

Min 6/Max 12 $57 F

6 Weeks WWPL  * No Class 6/2 11:30am-12:00pm May 19-June 30* 4172.501

$40 F

4 Weeks WWPL 11:30am-12:00pm July 21-Aug 11


Min 6/Max 12 $57 6 Weeks Th 9:45-10:15am Th 9:45-10:15am

WTO Lower and VF Clubhouse *No Class 6/1 May 18-June 29* 4172.503 July 13-Aug 17 4172.504

My First Tumbling

My First Dance Class

Ages 2-4 with Adult. This is a great way to introduce your child to gymnastics. Participants will learn the correct way to tumble while working on their balance and form. They will all get a chance to work the balance beam and trampoline and will learn to take turns. This is a great chance to socialize and introduce them to the sport. Please wear socks and tennis shoes to class, but may remove them for the class. Please note all May classes will be held at the Township offices. All remaining classes will be held at the Village Farms Clubhouse due to Summer Camps.

Ages 2-4 with parent. This is an excellent way to introduce your child to a structured dance class. Participants will learn and complete several fun movement songs. We will complete a warm-up, take a turn on the trampoline and balance beam, play movement to music games and much more. Participants will be introduced to hip hop, ballet, tap and jazz all in one class. Please wear socks and tennis shoes to class, although we will sometimes remove them and go barefoot. Parents will be invited to watch the last 10 minutes of the final class so participants can perform what they have learned. Please note all May morning classes will be held at the Township offices. All remaining classes will be held at the Village Farms Clubhouse due to Summer Camps.

Min 6/Max 12 $57 6 Weeks Th 10:30-11:00am Th 10:30-11:00am

WTO Lower and VF Clubhouse * No Class 6/1 May 18-June 29* 4172.201 July 13-Aug 17 4172.202

Boogie Woogie Art and Rhythm Grades K-6. Creating paper collages, Boogie Woogie music and the art of Piet Mondrian. FREE 1 Class W 10:30am

WWPL June 28

Min 6/Max10 $57 6 Weeks T 5:15-5:45pm T 5:15-5:45pm $57 6 Weeks Th 9:15-9:45am Th 9:15-9:45am

WTP Lower *No Class 5/30 May 16-June 27* 4172.505 July 11-Aug 15 4172.506 WTO Lower and VF Clubhouse *No Class 6/1 May 18-June 29* 4172.507 July 13-Aug 17 4172.508


HIGHLIGHTS Youth Pokemon Coding Adventure

Safe Sitter®

Grades 4-8. Calling all Pokémon fans! First Start Computer Science (FSCS) is now offering a Pokémon-themed coding camp! Mrs. R will teach you how to code with your favorite Pokémon, such as Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle! Students will get step-by-step instructions to make their favorite Pokemon talk, move, dance and even save Earth from alien monsters using their special attacks! Join this new and exciting camp to spark your child’s curiosity with the endless possibilities of the amazing world of Pokémon!

Ages 11-13. Safe Sitter® is a medically accurate childcare curriculum that gives young adolescents the skills to be safe, nurturing babysitters. Mrs. White will teach important lifeskills, business, medical and safe habits in this high quality course. Babysitters are responsible for the lives of the children they are watching. It is vital that all babysitters know how to keep children safe and how to respond in any emergency. Upon passing the written and hands-on exam, graduates will receive a Safe Sitter® certification. Please bring a lunch and drink. These classes fill up quick, so don’t delay!

Hardware Requirements: LAPTOP only, (NO TABLETS); headphones to record and listen to music for their programs.

Min 6/Max 12

Software Requirements: Updated version of Chrome with Adobe Flash Player version 10.2 or later installed. Min 6/Max 12 $56 Sa

3 Weeks 3:30-4:30pm

WWPL Apr 22-May 6


Animal Coding Adventure Grades 1-3. Learn the basics of coding in a fun and interactive way with Animals! Students will be gently introduced to the world of programming with a fun, creative language called Scratch. They will get practical experience by learning how to use blocks of code and use innovative coding concepts to create amazing animations and games with animals. Students will be walked through engaging projects in a fun, safe learning environment and soon learn how to build their own extraordinary creations using variables and operators! Hardware Requirements: LAPTOP only, (NO TABLETS); headphones to record and listen to music for their programs. Software Requirements: Updated version of Chrome with Adobe Flash Player version 10.2 or later installed. Min 6/Max 12 $56 Sa

3 Weeks 3:30-4:30pm

WWPL May 13-27


$45 Th F

1 Class 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

6172.301 6172.302

STEM with Legos Ages 5-9. LEGO® bricks are naturally engaging to elementary students. When they are introduced into the learning environment they boost motivation. It’s through this active, engaged experience that LEGO® Education Elementary teaching solutions helps you to lay the foundation for lifelong learning. The hands-on solutions ignite children’s natural desire to explore and discover. Students will learn subjects like language, math, science, technology and engineering more effectively while improving and developing their 21st-century skills, like problem solving, collaboration and communication. Min 6/Max 12 $57 T T

6 Weeks 6:30-7:15pm 6:30-7:15pm

WTO Lower *No Class 5/30 May 16-June 27* 5172.201 July 11-Aug 15 5172.202

Ballet Ages 6-9. This popular and fun class will focus on terminology, rhythm, grace and strength by completing a ballet warm-up, learning routines and playing fun games. Each new session brings original dances so that children can enjoy the same class each time it is offered. In addition, parents will be invited to watch the last 10 minutes of the final class. Min 6/Max 12 $57 6 Weeks T 5:45-6:30pm T 5:45-6:30pm


WTO Lower June 1 June 2

WTO Lower *No Class 5/30 May 16-June 27* 5172.203 July 11-Aug 15 5172.204 OWWN - Our Westfield Washington Network

HIGHLIGHTS Youth College Preparedness FREE CLASSES

Ages 17+. Are you ready to send your child off to college? Have you taught them all the skills they will need to survive away from home? What if they have car trouble, do they know how to troubleshoot? Do they know safety precautions to take while walking around campus? Are they knowledgeable about the influences of drugs and alcohol they might be introduced to while away at college? Westfield Washington Township has experts to instruct your children on these topics. Sign them up for one or all four. These are FREE sessions! Min 10/Max 25

Drugs & Alcohol

Start Your Engines

Sergeant Bill Clifford from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department will discuss drugs and alcohol that you may encounter on your college campus. He will provide information on drinking patterns, tips on avoiding hazardous drinking and how to deal with others who are disruptive or in danger. He will give details about the latest drugs of the street and information about them.

The car care experts from Car-X will teach the essentials of light car maintenance. Learn the basic understanding of how an engine and braking system works. Learn how to check fluids and add them, when necessary. This class will also cover battery maintenance, how to check belts, fuses, how to replace wiper blades and how to change a tire. FREE 1 Class WHS T June 27 11:00-12:00pm 6172.305

FREE 1 Class W June 7

WTO Main 2:00-3:00pm


Safety Awareness

College Panel

Join the Westfield Police Department as they help educate and empower you with the information you need to keep yourself safe. For the first time, you will assume full responsibility for your safety. You will learn how to identify and avoid dangerous situations, how to protect yourself or escape an attacker to get to safety, how to avoid break-ins and carjacking.

FREE 1 Class W June 28

FREE 1 Class T June 13

WTO Main 2:00-3:00pm

Come prepared to ask questions and gain insight from college student experts. Westfield Washington Township has put together a panel of students from IU, Purdue, Butler, Ball State and IUPUI that will share their real life experiences with you. WTO Main 7:00-8:00pm



Mix It Up Concrete Garden Stones

Author Visit

Ages 5-12. Join Holly from IMI Concrete and learn about making concrete. Mix and pour your own concrete garden stone.

Ages 13+. Shannon Lee Alexander, a young adult author, will present, "How Writing Can Heal."

FREE 1 Class W 10:30am

WWPL June 21

FREE 1 Class F 3:00pm

WWPL June 23


MACGREGOR PARK Providence Wildlife Free! Rehabilitation Education Sessions All Ages. Learn more about the wildlife you might see right here in Indiana. These educational sessions will introduce you to a variety of animals and will allow you to discover more of them. Mark your calendars and bring the whole family out to MacGregor Park.

Make a Donation to help the animals at Providence Wildlife when you attend one of these FREE Events. Items Needed: Towels (big & small), Blankets of any kind, Unscented Laundry Detergent, Bleach, Old or New Animal Carriers.


At MacGregor Park

Come explore falcons! This fast moving group of birds is found around the world and has a long history working side by side with humans. Did you know Indiana has three species of falcons living in the state? Falcons have several specific adaptations that make them formidable predators, unique in the world of raptors. Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation is excited to present two of these very special birds to you during this educational experience. Th



June 15


At MacGregor Park

Can owls really see in complete darkness? Do their heads really turn all the way around? How silently can owls really fly? Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation will be discussing the adaptations owls have developed to allow them to rule the night. Come meet live owls native to the state of Indiana and experience touchable natural artifacts. Th


June 22


Birds of Prey At the Westfield Washington Public Library  Owls, Hawks, Falcons Oh My! Come learn more about the birds of prey you might see right here in Indiana. This educational session will introduce you to the different families of raptors and allow you to discover more about their size, color, feathers, hunting styles, beaks, talons and so much more. There will be touchable artifacts about these majestic animals and maybe a surprise guest. Come discover more about these native raptors and their habitats. Th


July 6


Woodland Wildlife Wonders

At the Westfield Washington Public Library  Who is crowing, whistling and scurrying in the woods? Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation will bring a variety of woodland creatures that you may be familiar with and some that are so secretive you may pass right by them. From tree tops to the woodland floor, we’ll be talking about some of our favorite woodland inhabitants. Th


July 13


June 15 & 22 will be held at MacGregor July 6 & 13 will be held at Westfield Washington Public Library 12

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Ages 18+. Learn with Dr. Wilma Sukapdjo the language of French dating back to 1066, that brings words to us like ‘royal, corduroy, Leroy’. It is a language of nuances, double-entendres and is used worldwide as a second or third language for communication. Learn how to pronounce the names of great Frenchmen such as Guy de Maupassant, Louis Braille, Conte de la Rochefoucauld as well as greetings, numbers and common expressions such as ‘savoir faire’. Learn the difference between Quebecois, Cajun, Haitian and Parisian French. Vive le francais!

Ages 18+. Come study the Cyrillic alphabet and some basic travel phrases. Learn a little Russian history and we’ll have a little taste of Russian fare as we learn menu items, Da? Say “da” to this nice opportunity-- not “nyet “. Do cvidaniya”. Gospodinya Vilma.

Min 5/Max 15 $75 M

7 Weeks 6:00-7:00pm

WTO Main June 5-July 17


Spanish Ages 18+. Spanish is one of the most popular and useful languages to learn! This introductory course taught by Dr. Wilma Sukapdjo focuses on the basics of communicating in Spanish in a non-intimidating environment. Special emphasis will be placed on practical, everyday vocabulary, pronunciation and conversation. No previous knowledge of Spanish is required. Min 5/Max 15 $75 Th

7 Weeks 6:00-7:00pm

WTO Main June 8-July 20


Italian Ages 18+. Ciao! Italian is based on Latin. You will learn from Dr. Wilma Sukapdjo the present tense, so as to be able to understand, read and speak some basic sentences for fun or travel. We’ll study ‘gestures’ as well as grammar, because Italians speak with their hands! Mi piace il caffe. Mi piace. (I like coffee. I like the Italian language.) You will enjoy this beautiful language of vowels - every sentence ends with a vowel! Come to learn and to speak! Ciao! Min 5/Max 15 $75 Th

7 Weeks 7:00-8:00pm

WTO Main June 8-July 20


Min 5/Max 15 $75 M

7 Weeks 7:00-8:00pm


Homeschool Meet The Teacher Night Ages 18+. Come and meet WWPL's homeschool teachers and enroll your children in courses that interest them. FREE 1 Class M 6:00pm

WWPL June 19

How-To Festival Ages 18+. Our own community hub of learning. Topics will include crafts, literary pursuits, healthy living, stress management, gardening, cooking, family fun and living a minimalist lifestyle. FREE 1 Class T 10:30am

WWPL July 20

Understanding Your Social Security Benefits Ages 55 “and Better”. If you are a person who is preSocial Security age or currently receiving your Social Security benefits, please plan on attending this free educational seminar about them and the impact they can have on your retirement years. Min 6/Max 15 Topics discussed will include: • How and when to apply for benefits • When is the best age to access your benefits • Understanding your Social Security Benefit Statement • How to access beneficiary benefits • What impact will inflation have on your benefits • How your Social Security Benefits are affected by other retirement income and other benefits supplied by the Social Security Administration

FREE  1 Class T   6:00-7:00pm T   6:00-7:00pm

WTO Main June 5-July 17

WTO Main May 9 Aug 15

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FITNESS & MOVEMENT Adults Core and More

Balance & Strength

Ages 18+. Fitness expert Rich Ford leads you in a resistance training class that targets the core, back, lower body and MORE! You never know what the MORE will be, but it will burn calories and leave you with a better frame! Learn more about training, nutrition and have fun doing it! All fitness levels welcome.

Ages 40+. Join Jennifer Sams for this new and exciting fitness class that incorporates the balance, strength and grace of Ballet. Using music from the early 1900’s through today, this class will tone your body, stretch your muscles and help you move with fantastic freedom. This class emphasizes core strength, flexibility and stamina by completing a warm-up, ballet movement exercises, cross floor (traveling) exercises and even a turn on the balance beam. We will end with coordination exercises and cool down exercises. You can expect to focus on the entire core postural muscles that help keep your body strong, balanced and fit. No dance experience is required.

Min 6/Max 20 $33 1x Week WTO Lower Sa 8:00-9:00am May 6-27 3172.401 Sa 8:00-9:00am June 3-24 3172.402 Sa 8:00-9:00am July 8-29 3172.403 Sa 8:00-9:00am Aug 5-26 3172.404 $65 2x Week VF Clubhouse NOTE: 3rd Tuesday of the month time change to 5:45pm-6:45pm T & Th 6:00-7:00pm May 4-30 3172.405 T & Th 6:00-7:00pm June 1-29 3172.406 T & Th 6:00-7:00pm July 11-27 3172.407 T & Th 6:00-7:00pm Aug 1-31 3172.408 $80 3x Week See Above  NOTE: 3rd Tuesday of the month time change to 5:45pm-6:45pm T & Th 6-7pm & Sa 8-9am May 4-30 3172.409 T & Th 6-7pm & Sa 8-9am June 1-29 3172.410 T & Th 6-7pm & Sa 8-9am July 8-29 3172.411 T & Th 6-7pm & Sa 8-9am Aug 1-31 3172.412

Total Body Ages 16+. Join Certified Trainer, Rich Ford, for this TotalBody workout. This workout is designed to increase muscle strength and endurance, improve muscle definition and burn fat. You will gain knowledge of different muscle groups and learn to tone those muscles in a safe way. All fitness levels welcome!

Min 6/Max 20

Mondays $40 M M M M

4 Classes 12:30-1:15pm 12:30-1:15pm 12:30-1:15pm 12:30-1:15pm

VF Clubhouse May 1-22 June 5-26 July 10-31 Aug 7-28

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Wednesdays $30 W $40 W $40 W $50 W

3 Classes 11:45am-12:30pm 4 Classes 11:45am-12:30pm 4 Classes 11:45am-12:30pm 5 Classes 11:45am-12:30pm

VF Clubhouse July 12-26 WTO Lower May 3-24 VF Clubhouse June 7-28 WTO Lower Aug 2-30

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Min 6/Max 12 $65 T & Th T & Th $65 T & Th T & Th


2x Week 11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-12:00pm 2x Week 11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-12:00pm

WTO Lower May 4-30 Aug 1-31 VF Clubhouse June 1-29 July 11-27

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Ages 18+. Tone your muscles and calm your mind with Yoga! Yoga is an ancient scientific system of physical and mental practices that originated in India about 5,000 years ago. Not only will your body feel better, but your mind will too! “Move a muscle, change your life!” BRING YOUR YOGA MAT TO CLASS!

Ages 18+. Ingrid Deer provides a unique workout! Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations. Zumba is based on the principle that a workout should be “fun and easy to do.”

Min 6/Max 18 I $35 M M M $40 M A $35 W W W $40 W B $35 F F F F

Instructor:  Penny Foster 4 Weeks VF Clubhouse 9:00-10:00am May 1-22 9:00-10:00am June 5-26 9:00-10:00am Aug 7-28 5 Weeks VF Clubhouse 9:00-10:00am July 3-31 Instructor:  Jim Habbegger 4 Weeks WTO Lower 6:00-7:15pm June 7-28 6:00-7:15pm July 5-26 6:00-7:15pm Aug 2-23 5 Weeks WTO Lower 6:00-7:15pm May 3-31 Instructor:  Andrea Stevens 4 Weeks VF Clubhouse 9:45-10:45am May 5-26 9:45-10:45am June 2-23 9:45-10:45am July 7-28 9:45-10:45am Aug 4-25

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Women’s Walking Group Ages 18+. Keep racking up those steps! We meet every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 10:00am (We may start earlier on the hot Summer days) and walk for an hour from April through August. ALL Women are welcome. Walks will be canceled if there is a thunderstorm; a little rain won’t stop us from walking. Attend our walks when you can. FREE 19 Weeks T & Th 10:00-11:00am

MacGregor Park Apr 25-Aug 31

Min 8/Max 15 $35 Th Th Th $40 Th $35 Su Su Su Su

4 Weeks 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 5 Weeks 6:00-7:00pm 4 Weeks 9:30-10:30am 9:30-10:30am 9:30-10:30am 9:30-10:30am

WTO Lower May 4-25 June 8-29 July 6-27 WTO Lower Aug 3-31 WTO Lower May 7-28 June 4-25 July 9-30 Aug 6-27

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Quick FIT Ages 16+. Busy schedule with little time to get in a workout? Challenge yourself in this 45 minute class by raising your heart rate and strengthening your major muscles for a total fit body. Full workout in a condensed amount of time! All fitness levels welcome! Min 6/Max 20 $30 W $40 W $50 W W

3 Classes 9:30-10:15am 4 Classes 9:30-10:15am 5 Classes 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am

VF Clubhouse July 12-26 VF Clubhouse June 7-28 VF Clubhouse May 3-31 Aug 2-30

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Ballroom Basics Learn from Tina Mangos, a veteran dance teacher/ choreographer who has taught thousands of happy dancers in Chicago and is now in Carmel. Register with a partner. Contact the instructor if you don’t have a partner. Couples will not rotate with other partners. Business casual; smooth-soled shoes (no gym shoes) Min 5/Max 10 $45 M

3 weeks 7:30pm

WTO Lower May 8-22



Nature Play Days at MacGregor Park Westfield Washington Township is participating in the ICAN (Indiana Children and Nature Network) Nature Play Days. We are joining the national movement to get children outdoors to enjoy the benefits of connecting with nature. We are one of many groups participating in the Nature Play Days, June 10-18. We welcome you to participate in our programs and hope you will check out all the fun events for Nature Play Days. To learn more go to:

Poetry Walk All Ages. You don’t have to be a famous poet like Maya Angelou or Walt Whitman to enjoy this activity. You’ll need to be more like a detective. Come to MacGregor Park and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the woods while you decode the poetry clues placed along the trail. T

10:00am-12:00pm June 13


Scavenger Art All Ages. Bring your walking shoes and hike the trails at MacGregor Park while hunting for items on the scavenger list. Then create a wonderful masterpiece from all nature finds. Th


June 15


Hang out and Read All Ages. Need to log some time for your Summer reading? Come hang out with us at MacGregor Park. Bring your current read or grab one of our children’s story books to read while lounging in our hammocks set up for our park story time. Have a hammock? Bring it with you and hang your own on our reading trail. T & Th  10:00am-12:00pm  June 13 & 15



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333 W. Hoover Street | Westfield, IN 46074 Phone: 317-896-9391 Email: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter:

CHILDREN Toddler Storytime (April, June, July) Mondays @ 10:30am and Tuesdays @ 11:15am Preschool Storytime (April, June, July) Mondays @ 1:00pm and Tuesdays @ 10:15am Baby Love Storytime (April, June, July) Thursdays @ 10:30am Paws & Read All ages. Registration required.

Special Programs:

Craft Programs, Games, Coding Programs, Exciting Guests and Summer Reading Events.

ADULT RECURRING PROGRAMS ESL Classes • American Mahjong Color Therapy (adult coloring for fun) Genealogy Group • Writers Group Mystery Book Discussion Monthly Book Discussion • Euchre Acrylic on Canvas Painting Class Watercolor Painting Class Computer & Technology Classes (beginners and intermediate) Check our website for specific times and dates or call us at 317-896-9391


LIBRARY HOURS Monday-Wednesday 10:00am-8:00pm Thursday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm

TEENS GAMES! CRAFTS! MOVIES! VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES! Wii Wednesdays • Jumbo Jenga Lego Brownies • Emoji Bookmarks The Lego Movie • The Lorax “Build a Better Reader” program Post-It Pixel Art • Pie Face Serve Your Community Scavenger Hunt Safe Sitter Classes Check our website for specific times and dates or call us at 317-896-9391


Bike The Park Event June 15 at 2:00pm “How-To” Festival July 20 at 10:30am Animal Homes with Amazon John July 14 at 10:30am and 12:00pm Xtreme Science Magic Show with Don O’Brien on August 7 at 11:00am

and many weekly activities, games and crafts GRAND PRIZE DRAWING* for an e-reading device AND Amazon gift card *Sponsored by Friends of the Westfield Library

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Westfield Washington Schools Continuous Quality Growth... Excellence for All!


Online Registration for New Students Westfield Washington Schools has moved new student registration online! The change makes enrolling students easier on parents who had to visit the district office to enroll a new student. More information is available on the district website,

Designing Our Future Join us to talk about the future of Westfield Washington Schools! Our district has grown by 1,000 students since 2012, and our space needs to be expanded to support the growth and offer additional opportunities for our students. Join us as we discuss the possibilities!

MONDAY, APRIL 24, 6-8 pm @ Maple Glen Elementary THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 6-8 pm @ Carey Ridge Elementary

Rock the Arts...

Join us SUNDAY, APRIL 23, from 2-5 pm at Westfield High School for the 4th Annual Rock the Arts! This event showcases the many talents of our fine arts students. In addition to performances and artwork on display, attendees will be able to see live demonstrations of student and professional artists and performers “in the act” of creating their art. This event is free and open to the public!

Westfield Summer Camps REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Westfield Washington Schools will be hosting more than 90 camps this summer! Westfield Summer Camps offer a variety of opportunities for all Westfield children (not just WWS students) who live in the school district boundaries who are 3 years old by June 1 through 12th grade. You can sign up for a week, or for the summer. Westfield Summer Camps also offer traditional fullday camps from 3 years old to 13 years old. Whether your child is interested in drama, sports, science, technology or the arts, check out the district website for more information and to sign up today!

GET ENGAGED IN SOCIAL follow us, tweet us, friend us... Summer 2017


Last Day for Students







school resumes APRIL 10, 2017

School may be extended if necessary due to weather.

school resumes AUGUST 9, 2017


April 23, 2-5 pm - Rock the Arts May 18, 7 pm - Spring Choir Concert May 23, 7 pm - Spring Band Concert


May 31 - Senior Awards Night June 1 - Graduation


May 10, 7 pm - Spring Band Concert May 16, 7 pm - Spring Choral Concert at WHS


May 11, 7 pm - Musical May 18, 7 pm - Spring Band Concert


April 12, 6-7 pm - Carey Kids Night

Information night for incoming kindergarteners


April 26, 6-6:45 pm - Little Maple Leaf Night Information night for incoming kindergarteners


April 27, 6-7 pm - Little Trailblazers Night Information night for incoming kindergarteners

WWS District on Twitter... @wwsweb Dr. Grate, WWS Superintendent on Twitter... @DrGrateWWS


Native Plant Kit Sale Native plants have grown and thrived in this area for gen­­er­ ations making them easy to grow and maintain while providing beauty that comes back year after year. Natives also provide critical food sources for pollinators like the Monarch butterfly. The sale has a native plant kit for every area of your yard: • Pollinator Garden • Rain Garden (for wet areas) • Prairie Garden • Shade Garden Each kit contains 50 small plants and will create a 50-100 square foot garden. Learn more at and order online by May 1st. Kits will be available for pick up in Noblesville in mid-May. Did you know? The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District’s urban conservation program provides assistance to individuals, HOA’s, churches, and more to improve their property and reduce maintenance costs through conservation. Assistance with gardening and urban agriculture is also available as well as educational events and programs. Learn more at or call us at 317-773-2181.

stay resolved.

It’s not too late to lock in great savings on new memberships at Club Pilates Carmel. Commit to health in 2017. Try a complimentary demo class! Call us for a reservation.



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Westfield Washington Schools Construction Referendum 2017 WWS is THE fastest growing school district in Indiana


enrollment has grown by


Register to Vote by April 3 VOTE EARLY starting APRIL 4


since 2012



increase for a $ 250,000 home

Address sustaining

If referendum does not pass:





30¢ $100 PER

It will generate $


■ address overcrowded classrooms ■ expand technology and 21st century learning opportunities ■ update and cover district wide renovations

If referendum passes: up to 90 Million to expand and renovate district wide.




will be necessary to accommodate students at WIS, WMS, WHS

to help value WWS ASSESSED


Paid for by Westfield Invest In Quality - a PAC for our growing schools • Summer 2017

• WestfieldYes

• @WestfieldYes



of Washington Township, Inc. Open Doors Mission Open Doors of Washington Township is an expression of the ministry of Jesus Christ in our community to assist individuals with their physical and spiritual needs. Find more information regarding Open Doors at P.O. Box 196 Westfield, IN 46074 (317) 896-5094 Open Doors of Washington Township


US Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Postal Food Drive Program May 13, 2017 Kids Summer Lunch Supplement Food Program May thru August

Back To School Backpack Program August 5, 2017

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Diamond Sports:

April 21-23 & April 28-30 : Indiana Fire Juniors Crossroads Tournaments

April 21-23: Spring Shootout June 30–July 4: Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball

June 23-30: Development Academy Playoffs and Showcase

Amateur Baseball Championships:

July 8-9: The Grail Lacrosse

18u: June 28–July 2

US Club Soccer Tournaments:

17u: July 12-16

July 13-17: NPL Finals

16u: June 21-25

July 21-24: Nationals

15u: July 5-9

July 31–August 3: USA Archery Nationals

14u: June 29–July 3

Grand Park Events Center (Indoor):

13u: June 28–July 2

April 22-23: JVA Classic - Volleyball Tournament

Community Events:

May 9-13: Whale of a Sale - Consumer Show

July 4: Westfield Rocks the 4th

Additional events and information can be found at

Summer 2017


Building a healthy community for tomorrow by investing in the youth of today

Hamilton County Parks Turns 50!


1 Person And we want YOU to share in the fun!

1 Hour

Please send your photos or items from past Hamilton County park visits to Hamilton.Parks@HamiltonCounty.In.Gov or mail them to 15513 South Union Street, Carmel, IN 46033. We’ll share your memories with everyone online, in print and at special park functions throughout the year.


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March 17 ­­- 6:00-10:00pm Celebrate St. Patty's Day

at the Grand Opening of our new taproom 1189 E. 181st Street, Westfield


110 S. Union Street Full-Service Brew Pub

Downtown Westfield


Rock the Junction beer and music festival for ticket and event information

Tap Room & Production Facility

Plus, our regular events at the brewpub location at

1189 E. 181st Street


May 20

110 S. Union Street, Westfield Live Trivia every Thursday at 7:00pm Live Music every Friday and some Wednesdays Pints and Pages Book Club - call for details

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Spring Into Summer

Sunday, May 7 From 2 to 4 p.m.


SAVE THE DATE! SUNDAY, MAY 7 All proceeds go towards patient care and clinic operations. Purchase tickets online at

IMMI Conference Center

(On campus of IMMI) 18880 N. East Street Westfield, IN 46074

Medical: 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month from 9:00 am–12:00 pm Walk-In Clinic Wednesday Evenings from 6:00–8:00 pm By Appointment Only Urgent Care Dental: 1st Saturday of each month from 8:00 am–12:00 pm (Arrive by 8:00 am) Walk-In Clinic

(317) 804-5782 • 202 Penn Street • Westfield, Indiana 46074


Indiana’s Largest Kids Consignment Event is Coming to Grand Park!

SPRING SALE: MAY 10-13 FALL SALE: SEPT. 27-30 Summer 2017


Adventure awaits at 2017 summer camp! Brought to you by Noblesville Parks and Recreation

Grades K-6 | Ages 2-5 Preschool

Grades K-6:


Full day and half day options available at both Forest park and dillon park.

Must be able to use the bathroom on their own. Half day from 9a-12p at Recreation annex at Ivy tech community college Noblesville.

WEEK 1: Sports of all Sorts June 5-9 WEEK 2: Ocean Commotion June 12-16 WEEK 3: Super Science June 19-23 WEEK 4: American Ninja Warrior June 26-30

WEEK 1: The ABC’s of Camp June 5-9

WEEK 5: Top Secret July 10-14

WEEK 2: Where the Wild Things Are June 12-16

WEEK 6: Messy Monsters July 17-21 WEEK 7: Olympic Champions July 24-28 WEEK 8: End of Summer Party July 31-August 4 (Dillon Park Only)

WEEK 3: Dr. Seuss Week June 19-23 WEEK 4: A Pirate’s Life for Me! June 26-30 WEEK 5: Once Upon a Time July 10-14 WEEK 6: Dino-Mite July 17-21 WEEK 7: Around the World in 5 Days July 24-28


Pricing: Full Day | $125 Resident $155 Non-Resident Half Day | $60 Resident $70 | Non-Resident Before Care | $10 After Care | $15 *Price for preschool camps are $60 Resident/$70 Non-Resident

For week descriptions, Detailed daily schedule, and to register, visit or call (317) 770-5750!

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Summer 2017

Join the Downtown Westfield Association as we present the following events this summer: Summer City Market

Party on the Patio

9 AM – 1 PM June 3, 10, 17, 24 July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 August 5, 12, 19, 26

5 PM – 8 PM June 28 July 26 August 23 September 27 October 25

For additional information, please visit or email Teresa Skelton at






Our Touch-A-Truck event provides your little one the opportunity to climb up into the driver's seat, honk the horn and experience all the exciting things transportation vehicles can do! At Touch-A-Truck, you might see a semi, dump truck, fire engine, horse and buggy, a canoe and MORE! This event is FREE. The first 250 children will receive a FREE hardhat. More information at


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Whose Park is it? W. W. Township Park 9

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