Noblesville Main Street, along with the Noblesville Police Department, invite citizens to downtown Noblesville for the first National Night Out celebration from 6 to 8 pm on Tuesday, August 8th.
“National Night Out is a program designed to bring awareness to crime prevention and drug avoidance programs and to encourage and celebrate our police-community partnerships,” said Kevin Jowitt, Chief of Police. “We want this to be a fun and interesting evening for our neighbors. It’s a great opportunity to learn a little more about what we do and to get to know some of the great people at NPD who work so hard to keep our city safe.”
At the event, attendees can meet and take pictures with NPD officers, learn about the SWAT van and police cars, see the NPD Boat, Bicycle & Motorcycle Patrol, receive child ID kits, view K9 demonstrations, receive free giveaways while supplies last and more!
Noblesville Main Street will feature information about the Community Campaign as well as upcoming fall events. White River Christian Church will have popsicles while supplies last and the Noblesville Fraternal Order of Police will be grilling free hotdogs and giving out water while supplies last.
“This is a great opportunity for our organization to show support for one of the many groups that serve our community,” said Chris Owens, CEO of Noblesville Main Street. “We look forward to seeing our residents come out in full support Tuesday evening.”
Make plans to attend and honor the local officers who protect Noblesville, Tuesday, August 8th from 6 to 8 pm in Lot 3 located at 8th and Maple in downtown Noblesville.