Back to School Bash returns July 29 to downtown Noblesville square

Supt. Dr. Beth Niedermeyer and Assistant Supt. Dr. Steve Stephanoff at 2015’s Back to School Bash. (File photo)

Supt. Dr. Beth Niedermeyer and Assistant Supt. Dr. Steve Stephanoff at 2015’s Back to School Bash. (File photo)

By Sadie Hunter

 

Noblesville Schools and Noblesville Main Street will host its annual Back to School Bash to celebrate the start of the 2016-17 school year.

From 5 to 8 p.m. July 29, the entire Noblesville community is invited to join in on the fun on the downtown Noblesville square.

“This is the third year we’ve hosted the bash as a community event on the downtown square as a joint venture with Noblesville Main Street,” Marnie Cooke, director of Marketing and Communications at Noblesville Schools, said. “We appreciate the support of our title event sponsor, Church, Church, Hittle and Antrim.”

The celebration will bring back favorites from past years, including a teacher dunk tank with elementary-school principals, athletic areas (soccer, football, basketball, cheerleading and dance), face painting, a photo booth, ponies from Agape, student jazz and singing performances, a student art gallery, giveaways, games and more.

The bash also will present booths featuring local businesses and organizations including Riverview Health, which will offer school-required immunizations on site, Hamilton East Public Library, Ivy Tech, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and the Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville, to name a few.

Food options include sandwiches, hotdogs, BBQ and desserts.

Guests are encouraged to swing by the Noblesville Schools and Noblesville Main Street booth to enter into a raffle to win lunch with Supt. Dr. Beth Niedermeyer, grab a free Noblesville Schools reusable bag while supplies last and purchase Duck Race tickets for Noblesville Main Street’s annual White River Celebration in September.

WANT TO GO?

What: Noblesville Schools’ Back to School Bash.

When: 5 to 8 p.m., July 29.

Where: Historic Courthouse Square, downtown Noblesville.

Cost: Free to attend. Food for purchase.

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