The Bicentennial is bringing a lot of fun activities, events and celebrations to our state. Beginning this Saturday, April 23rd, ten trees of hope will be dedicated in parks throughout Hamilton County commemorating Indiana’s Bicentennial.
The “Tree of Hope” program was established by Westfield Eagle Scout Candidate Nick Svendsen and Hamilton County Tourism in partnership with ten cities and parks departments and Sustainable Indiana 2016 for the “Tree of Hope” event.
As a symbol of commitment to environmental sustainability for the future generations of Hoosiers and to pay tribute to our Indiana state parks, the tree dedications will pay tribute to our state park system 100 years ago.
Here’s the even schedule:
The Hamilton County Tree of Hope dedication ceremony schedule is as follows:
Saturday, April 23
11 a.m. – Forest Park, Noblesville | 701 Cicero Road, Noblesville
11 a.m. – Arts and Heritage Depot | 107 West South Street, Arcadia
1 p.m. – Simon Moon Park | 2710 E. 171st Street, Westfield
3 p.m. – Veteran’s Park | 101 East 1st Street, Sheridan
5 p.m. – Cumberland Park | 10580 Cumberland Road, Fishers
Take part in the free dedication ceremonies, which are open to the public, and pay tribute to our incredible Hoosier parks.