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Reunion Weekend Activities

If you haven't been in Noblesville for a while, coming back to visit will be a shock.
Most of it has changed beyond recognition....a few things are the same.

Plans are in the works for
1. a tour of the "new" high school
2. a tour of Noblesville a la 2013
3. maybe a golf game on Saturday

More activities will be added as we go along.
If you have any ideas for an activity, let us know.

Please check back for more information.



            19401 N. Allisonville Rd.

            Noblesville, IN, 46060


Potter’s Bridge was granted recognition in the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.  The area formally metamorphosed into Potter’s Bridge Park, an often visited Noblesville park. The Bridge is the focal point of a lovely 66-acre green space in Noblesville, picnic areas, a playground, and trails (including the White River Greenway Trail). For more information visit the website

2.     HAMILTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Tour the old jail) (317-770-0775)
810 Conner St
Noblesville, IN 46060

In 1963, the Hamilton County Historical Society was selected as the organization to preserve and interpret items and information regarding Noblesville history. The Society leased and restored the Old Hamilton County Sheriff’s Residence and Jail.  Three infamous characters each spent some time in the old jail -  Charles Manson, as a teenage car thief, and John Dillinger, the sociopathic bad boy of the West, and, D.C. Stephenson, the former Grand Dragon of the KKK. The renovated building is home to the Society’s new museum of history. For more information visit the website

3.    HAMILTON CO ARTISTS ASSOC. BIRDIE GALLERY (Housed in an 1875 historic building)


            195 S 5th St, Noblesville

            Noblesville, IN 46060


The Association was started in 1950 by approximately nine artists from the area; most having ties to Noblesville, such as Amanda Kirby, Elizabeth Kaiser, and Malcom Black. Shortly thereafter, Floyd Hopper joined the group. Hours: Thursday-Saturday.   Admission is free. For more information visit the website  


4.    FOREST PARK (317-773-4649)

            1077 Cicero Road

            Noblesville, IN 46060

The beautiful Forest Park is a 150-acre park which was established in December 1925 and is located at 701 Cicero Road on State Road 19 North in Noblesville, Indiana. Within the park is a 9-hole golf course, the Forest Park Inn banquet facility, "Tom Thumb" miniature golf course, playground equipment, swimming pool, shelters with grills and volleyball sand lots, picnic areas, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, the "Little Beauty" Carousel and the  Indiana Transportation Museum.  For additional information a visit the website

5.    STRAWTOWN POTTERY (317-984-5080)

            12738 Strawtown Ave (US 37 N & Lafayette Ave)
            Noblesville, IN

 Locally owned and operated by Noblesville native and NHS graduate, Matt Garrison, beautiful pottery is made on site and shipped all over the United States. The shop also carries antiques. Call for store hours.



            13400 Allisonville Rd

            Fishers, IN 46038


The Smithsonian Museum Institution’s only Indiana affiliate, you’ll find that "look, don’t touch" becomes "look, touch, smell, taste and hear." As you explore five themed historic areas on 200 beautiful, wooded acres, you’ll discover more exciting, memorable ways to experience the past than you can pack into a day.  For more information visit the website



7.    HAMILTON TOWN CENTER (317-214-6956)

            13901 Town Center Blvd
            Noblesville, IN 46060

This enormous shopping mall with a nostalgic attitude is anchored by J.C. Penney, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Bed, Bath & Beyond, with tons of unique stores and restaurants in between.  The Center includes the Hamilton 16 IMAX Theater. For more info visit the website



            30 W. Main Street

            Carmel, IN 46032


A premier setting for the arts and design industry, the Carmel Arts & Design District has over 100 businesses including art galleries, antique dealers, furniture and interior design showrooms, restaurants, boutiques, and an eclectic variety of specialty stores. Visit the website for more information.


Visit antique shops, specialty shops, and boutiques at downtown’s Historic Courthouse Square. There are also well known locally owned restaurants, Matteo’s Italian Restaurant (located in the old J C Penny’s) and The Hamilton at 933 Conner Street.  Both restaurants receive great reviews. (The Hamilton is not open for lunch on the weekends). In addition to these great places, of course, there is always Syd’s for a breaded tenderloin.


Fox Prairie Golf Courses

            18 holes over 3,403 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)

            18 holes over 3,398 yards with a par of 35 (Municipal)

            18 holes over 3,364 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)
East 196th Street

(317) 776-6357

Forest Park Golf Course

            9 holes over 3,004 yards with a par of 35 (Municipal)
701 Cicero Rd
(317) 773-2881

Sagamore Golf Club, Sagamore Course 

            18 holes over 7,173 yards with a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)
10900 Golden Bear Way
(317) 776-2000 

Stony Creek Golf Club, Stony Creek Courses 

            18 holes over 6,510 yards with a par of 71 (Public)

            9 holes over 1,022 yards with a par of 27 (Public)
11800 E 166th St
(866) 218-3603
Pebble Brook Golf Courses  

            18 holes over 6,557 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
            18 holes over 6,492 yards with a par of 70 (Public)

3110 Westfield Rd
(317) 896-5596

Harbour Trees Golf Club, Harbour Trees Course 

            18 holes over 6,561 yards with a par of 71 (Private Equity)
333 Regents Park Ln
(317) 877-3611 

Purgatory Golf Club, Purgatory Course 

            18 holes over 7,754 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
12160 E 216th St
(317) 776-4653 x 104