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The Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department invites residents to enjoy the annual Movies in the Park Series at Forest Park with various movies from a Disney classic to new award-winning favorites. Beginning with "Coco" on Saturday, August 25, the 2018 film series provides six consecutive weeks of free screenings and enjoyment for the entire family.

The movies will begin at dusk at Shelter No. 1 at Forest Park and will be projected on a 30-foot inflatable movie screen. Light concessions will be available for purchase at all movies.

This year's schedule includes:
* Saturday, August 25 – Coco (PG, 109 minutes)
* Saturday, September 1 – Beauty and the Beast (PG, 129 min.)
* Saturday, September 8 – Despicable Me 3 (PG, 90 min.)
* Saturday, September 15 – Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle (PG-13, 119 min.)
* Friday, September 21 – Cars 3 (G, 109 min.)
* Saturday, September 29 – Wonder (PG, 113 min.)

In addition to the movie series, the parks department is partnering with the Forest Park Aquatic Center to host a Flick 'N Float on Friday, August 31 with the movie "Soul Surfer" (PG, 106 minutes). The movie will start at dusk and will be shown on the pool deck while attendees view the movie from the pool. Pool admission after 5 p.m. is $4 and food and beverages will be available for purchase.

For more information, visit www.cityofnoblesville.org/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item;id=7487
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The Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department invites residents to enjoy the annual Movies in the Park Series at Forest Park with various movies from a Disney classic to new award-winning favorites. Beginning with “Coco” on Saturday, August 25, the 2018 film series provides six consecutive weeks of free screenings and enjoyment for the entire family. 

The movies will begin at dusk at Shelter No. 1 at Forest Park and will be projected on a 30-foot inflatable movie screen. Light concessions will be available for purchase at all movies.

This year’s schedule includes:
* Saturday, August 25 – Coco (PG, 109 minutes) 
* Saturday, September 1 – Beauty and the Beast (PG, 129 min.)
* Saturday, September 8 – Despicable Me 3 (PG, 90 min.)
* Saturday, September 15 – Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle (PG-13, 119 min.)
* Friday, September 21 – Cars 3 (G, 109 min.) 
* Saturday, September 29 – Wonder (PG, 113 min.) 

In addition to the movie series, the parks department is partnering with the Forest Park Aquatic Center to host a Flick ’N Float on Friday, August 31 with the movie “Soul Surfer” (PG, 106 minutes). The movie will start at dusk and will be shown on the pool deck while attendees view the movie from the pool. Pool admission after 5 p.m. is $4 and food and beverages will be available for purchase.

For more information, visit http://www.cityofnoblesville.org/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item;id=7487

 

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Greg Janisse

The City of Noblesville places a high priority on pedestrian safety and is concerned about unsignalized crosswalks on high traffic streets. Because this is the first time a Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon has been utilized in Noblesville, the city has created this video to better inform motorists and pedestrians of the new beacon on Hazel Dell Road. ... See moreSee less

Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon

 

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We could use a couple to cross 37 between at Pleasant and Stoney Creek Commons ! More often then not people are dodging highway traffic 😳

I’m all for advancing pedestrian safety, but having a signal with a phase that displays no lights to vehicular traffic (which should be treated as a stop sign if mistaken for a non-functioning device) may cause incidents. Why wouldn’t engineers include a green, or flashing amber indicator at all times when the device hasn’t been activated by a pedestrian? I know many drivers ignore signals that are unlit, especially during power outages, but a well trained driver should stop at this location at all times unless the amber phase is active.

You would think it would become a round about lol

Check Christian and 10th street roundabout drivers never stop and people waiting there even for more than 15 min do something there

How about the city of Noblesville does something about the dangerous intersection at Little Chicago road and Carrigan. Several accidents a week there. Or street lights at 38 and Little Chicago. That intersection is pitch black at night and not safe at all. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve almost been hit head on by cars turning left (east) onto 38 from southbound Little Chicago.

Thanks for sharing Megan Wachowski. Never seen anything like this and probably would’ve been confused by the flashing red!

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