Free Battery-Operated Candles Available for Pickup
Hamilton County, along with the cities of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield, will pay its respects to those who have lost their lives this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic at a vigil in downtown Noblesville on Saturday, March 13th.
Dubbed a “Night of Reflection,” city and county officials will light a luminary in honor of every Hamilton County resident who has passed away from the virus since its arrival last year. The public is strongly discouraged from attending the vigil in person. Instead, they’re encouraged to place battery-operated candles in their windows to show their support.
Free candles can be picked up at any Hamilton County library 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
The “Night of Reflection” can be viewed live on Saturday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. at www.hctv1.com.