Community Partner Meeting Notes, Oct. 9, 2018
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Amber MinkNoblesville Parks & Recreationamink@noblesville.in.usWe have a Halloween Party on October 26 and are still accepting vendors. If interested in having a free booth for your business, please contact me asap. We are also looking for choirs or small music ensembles to help activate our Ice Plaza this December/early January. Please also contact me with interest and more info.
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Bonnie RamirezCicero Arts and Design Committe torchqueen@comcast.netIn need of more local musicians. Please contact her with leads.
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Brenda MeyersHamilton County Tourism
bmyers@hamiltoncountytourism.com
About the White River Vision Plan – The WRVP is a collaboration among Indianapolis, Visit Indy and Hamilton County Tourism, along with Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville and Hamilton County surveyor/planning/parks department to picture how we might take care of, activate and understand the White River over the next 30 years. You can learn more about it by visiting MyWhiteRiver.com. There, you can participate in a survey about the river and sign up to get updates. If you have ideas or want to participate in a special arts-focused envisioning group, email Brenda Myers at bmyers@hamiltoncountytourism.com or Sarah Buckner at sbuckner@hamiltoncountytourism.com. The next public input session would be a great place to learn more. It will be held open-house style from 6-8 p.m., Ocober 23 at the Wilfong Pavilion, Founder’s Park, 116th & Hazel Dell Parkway.
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Capi SaxtonAlways in Stitchescapi@alwaysinstitches1.comAlways In Stitches is a fiber and textile retail shop. We offer 3 classrooms for community use at NO CHARGE to not for profit groups.
We offer a busy schedule of classes that cover more than just fiber. We have Watercolor painting classes, barn quilt painting classes and wool art classes. In October we are focusing on Local Artisans with presentations from a local Honey Farmer, a presentation from a lady who dyes her own wool, a class with hand quilting instructor, a trunk show from a wool farmer and a local quilt designer.
Our newsletters can be accessed at https://www.alwaysinstitches1.com/newsletter.htm
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Carol Sergi Economic Development Invest Hamilton County csergi@investhamiltoncounty.com
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Dan DomsicCity of Fishers Parks & Recreationdomsicd@fishers.in.us
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David HeighwayHamilton County Historianheighwayd@hepl.lib.in.us
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Deanna LeonardCarvan Classescaravanclasses@gmail.comOffering art classes, parties, & events in our Noblesville Studio & mobile vintage camper studio. Custom art activities for all ages.
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Eric ThornburyNoblesville Cultural Arts Commission & Noblesville High School Music Departmenteric_thornbury@nobl.k12.in.usMy report as the Vice President of the Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission was about the newly formed "Hamilton County Community Band"
They are rehearsing for their Holiday Concert on December 16th - I will put it in format below. Their rehearsal schedule is every other Sunday at Noblesville High School from 6:30 - 8:30 - I will include a flyer which also includes our logo. Any instrumental musician is welcome to be a part of the community band just show up at the high school (gate 30) on Sunday nights and you are in.

My report as the Music Department Chair for Noblesville High School
1. The Noblesville High School Musical this year is:
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Also, a few weeks in December our Band does a community service project of providing student led chamber ensembles that play holiday music for our community. Students sign up for opportunities presented as a way to say thanks and give back to the community that supports our band so well. So if anyone is looking for live student led holiday music they can email me with info and I will put it out for students to sign up to perform.
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Janey Gilrayjgilray@sbcglobal.netLegacy Keepers MusicLegacy Keepers Music is a non-profit is proud to bring our annual "String Time on the Square" Summer Concert Series to Hamilton County on Courthouse Square from June to September. Since 2017, we have provided 10 free Saturday evening concerts featuring County, Bluegrass, Old-Time and Folk music.

We continue our "Antique Stories in Song" family programs on 2nd Saturdays, 10;30-12, October-May, since 2015 at the Old Picket Fence, sponsored and hosted by store owner, Rosie Kelley Hoistion.

We also partner with community organizations for special events, i.e NPA Home Tour music stage, September 15.
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Jennifer HarmonHamilton East Public Libraryharmonj@hepl.lib.in.usA few events coming up at the Hamilton East Public Library include: a Belle Musique Harvest Music Concert on 10/27 in Fishers, our Booktoberfest Author Fair on 11/3 in Fishers, a Grassroots Music Open Jam Session on 11/13 in Noblesville, Jewelry Making in Noblesville on 11/14, and a Holiday Concert with Emily Ann Thompson on 12/1 in Fishers. Brenda also mentioned a White River Discussion at the Noblesville Library on 11/19, where the book "Source" by Martin Doyle will be discussed and tied in to a discussion of the White River. This event is in partnership with Hamilton County Tourism and the White River Vision Plan.
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Kate MarshallHamilton North Public Librarykmarshall@hnpl.lib.in.usHamilton North Public Library awarded Frankenstein grant. Currently working to add art spaces.
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Lorna SteeleNoblesville Main Streetlorna@noblesvillemainstreet.org
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Mike CorbettNoblesville Preservation Alliancemcorbett@hamiltoncountybusiness.comDetails on Lights over Seminary
Lights Over Seminary is a collaborative, place-making effort with the Noblesville Preservation Alliance, the City of Noblesville, Nickel Plate Arts and Noblesville Main Street.
Lights Over Seminary is a walkable, holiday lights display in Seminary Park that will focus on the history of Noblesville. Vintage decorations used by the city in the past are being restored for display. Additionally, Nickel Plate Arts will be having a call out to local artists to create unique pieces for the display that convey or relate to the history of Noblesville. Along with the display within Seminary Park, Noblesville Preservation Alliance is gifting a vintage nativity scene to Friends Church. Friends Church, located adjacent to Seminary Park, is in turn having the nativity scene refurbished for display for the public to enjoy in conjunction with Lights Over Seminary.

The opening event will be held on December 7th and promoted as “Main Street First Friday presented by Noblesville Preservation Alliance”.
This will be the official turning on of the lights as well as some interactive things such as carolers, parks booth with info on Seminary Park upgrades, NPA booth with information on the history of Seminary Park and guided tours to talk about display items and their importance to our city. NPArts will also have a booth to promote the artist designed, display piece contest.

Once NPA’s event on December 7th is complete, the display will stay in the park and be lit each evening through the end of the year for people to enjoy at their leisure.
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Mike HoffmeisterNoblesville Parks & Recreationmhoffmeister@noblesville.in.usThe ice rink will be opening mid November. Multiple public art projects including Midland Trace trailheads, art around control boxes and not to be missed mural by Adrienne Maynard.
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Nichole HaberlinNoblesville Parks & Recreationnhaberlin@noblesville.in.usNoted the Attic Theatre will be offering a performance of Little Women
November 15, 16, 17 at Ivy Tech Auditorium.
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Rebekah ThomasCity of Fishers Parks & Recreationthomasr@fishers.in.us
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Sarah SandquistCity of Fishers Parks & Recreationsandquists@fishers.in.us
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Sue PayneHamilton County Artists' Associationcurleysuespins@gmail.comThe Hamilton County Artists' Association (HCAA) is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 not-for-profit juried arts organization located in Noblesville. The HCAA was established in 1950, and is the only juried artist organization in Hamilton County. New artists are juried in once a year. Its mission is to provide opportunities for artistic development, fellowship and art appreciation to its members and the community; thereby enhancing the quality of life in Hamilton County. Exhibits feature creative works from HCAA Juried Artist members, and the HCAA also hosts exhibit opportunities that are open to other artists from all over Hamilton County. HCAA is interested in getting conneted and being involved with Noblesville events including First Fridays, Noblesville Christmas Parade and Black History of as the first Black Curch is our home now!
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Susie DavisWhite River Sound Chorussusdavis97@aol.comAs a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, White River Sound Chorus is dedicated to the preservation of a true American art form - a cappella harmony singing in the barbershop style. Founded in 1945, our worldwide organization promotes the education of young women in music through performance and competition. We strive to keep barbershop alive by passing the torch to the next generation.
In addition to local choruses, Sweet Adelines International offers The Young in Harmony Program (YWIH), which teaches emerging voices the skills, joy, and rewards of performing and singing in four-part harmony, barbershop style.
WRSC is available to provide quality entertainment for your company sponsored event, church social, festivals, surprise singing telegrams for private parties, club events , or any other event where musical entertainment is desired. WRSC members were currently storytellers on the Ghost Express.
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Tom RichFishers Arts Counciltomrich1952@yahoo.comFishers Arts Council is a volunteer board advocating for visual and performing artists in Fishers. Our biggest activity focuses on the exhibits at The Art Gallery at City Hall, Fishers.
We have our dates for Fall/Winter activities.
October 26th is our joint venture with The City of Fishers Boo Bash celebration. We will hold our reception that evening from 6-8 p.m. at The Art Gallery in City Hall, Fishers.
November 2nd is our reception for Día de Muerte, 6-8 p.m. The Art Gallery at City Hall, Fishers.
December 1st is our reception for the artists exhibiting in our Winter Wonderland exhibit. Again, this is in conjunction with The City of Fishers Winter Wonderland program.

In 2019 we have 13 short- and long-range projects scheduled. We have just finalized our 2019 Season for The Art Gallery at City Hall, Fishers and will soon be sending Call-Outs for artists to participate.
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