In remembrance of the Hamilton County residents who lost their lives too soon due to COVID-19, a Night of Reflection will be held on the Downtown Noblesville Square, March 13 at 7 p.m.
Hamilton County Commissioners Christine Altman, Steve Dillinger and Mark Heirbrandt and Hamilton County Mayors Jim Brainard, Andy Cook, Scott Fadness and Chris Jensen will attend.
Show support by staying home and placing a light in your window March 13 at 7 p.m. Watch the event safely from your home on the Hamilton County Television Channel at HCTV1.com, or on HCTV Facebook or YouTube.The public is strongly discouraged from attending.
Luminaries will be lit for every person who has passed away from the COVID-19 virus
All downtown buildings and Logan Street Bridge will be lit blue in honor of healthcare workers
Fire, police, and EMS vehicles from around the county will line the square for a ceremonial lighting of their sirens to honor first responders
Residents are asked to place candles in their windows at 7:00 p.m. to show their support.
Free battery-operated candles can be picked up at all Hamilton County libraries as well as the following locations. One candle will be distributed per household while supplies last.
Cool Creek Nature Center, 2000-1 E. 151st Street, Carmel, 46033
Fishers Parks Office, 11565 Brooks School Road, Fishers, 46037
Monon Community Center, 1195 Central Park Drive West, Carmel, 46032
Noblesville Parks, Forest Park Inn, 701 Cicero Road, Noblesville, 46060
Sheridan Clerks Office, 506 S. Main St., Sheridan, 46069
Taylor Center of Natural History, 12308 Strawtown Avenue, Noblesville, 46060
Town of Cicero Parks Department, 1050 S. Pearl Street, Cicero, 46034
Westfield Washington Township Trustee Office, 1549 E. Greyhound Pass, Carmel, 46032
*All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change.