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HATCH Fest Presented by Duke Energy: Saturday, June 15, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with Juneteenth Celebration and St. Michael’s Strawberry Festival

HATCH stands for Hamilton County Arts, Technology, Craft, and Heritage. This festival is a multi-faceted celebration of all that makes Hamilton County such a wonderful place! Artisans, Makers, and Craftspeople from Noblesville and surrounding areas will have amazing one-of-a-kind creations to sell and area nonprofits and businesses will be on display around the Hamilton County Courthouse Square with activities, demonstrations, performances and more. This event also includes the St. Michael’s Strawberry Festival and Juneteenth festivities. Support local emerging entrepreneurs, do some Father’s Day shopping, celebrate Juneteenth, and grab some strawberry shortcake! We can’t wait to see you this June.

Attendees can look forward to multiple themed alleys throughout the event featuring captivating demonstrations and performances. In the Craft Alley (North Alley), Musicologie will be hosting a booth where you can learn more about the world of music as you make a small musical instrument.

The Technology Alley (East Alley) will host an exciting robotics demonstration by the Noblesville Robotics Club and a Power Pins craft by Ignite Studios.

Heritage Alley (South Alley & South Courthouse Steps) will be the site of a special Juneteenth Celebration including Noblesville Diversity Coalition, music by Ivan the Gem (11:00am to 1:30pm), vocal performance by Jasmine White (1:30pm to 3:00pm), and readings of the Emancipation Proclamation by Edan Evans de Roziere (3:00pm, 3:30pm, & 4:00pm).

Additionally, Gal’s Guide Library will present a Dream Tent, an interactive exhibit spotlighting 100 remarkable women from 1815 to today and Noblesville Diversity Coalition will be on hand to discuss their mission.

If you are a vendor for HATCH Fest and have any questions, please email our team at

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Take a peek at some images from Hatch Fest past:


Please note that information is subject to change, so check back often for updates! 

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11:00 AM – HATCH Fest begins!

11:00 AM-3:00 PM – Music by Ivan the Gem

1:30 PM-3:00 PM – Vocal performance by Jasmine White

1:30, 3:30, and 4:00 PM – Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by Edan Evans de Roziere

5:00 PM – HATCH Fest ends

All Day Events/Experiences:


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Construction galore! As indicated on the map, the Courthouse Square will be experiencing a road closure along SR 32, between S. 6th Street and S. 9th Street. In addition to that, there are several other construction projects around Noblesville that might make navigating difficult this weekend. You may click here for the official Navigating Noblesville information to best prepare for travel.


As indicated on the map, there are several public parking options just around the Courthouse Square. Street parking will be extremely limited, so you may need to park in one of the lots/garages just north of the square. All lots/garages north of the square are free all day with no time restrictions. 

Please note that the Levinson Parking Garage, just south of Heritage Alley, is only free for the first four hours of your visit. 

You may click here to see the official City of Noblesville downtown parking map for additional information. 

Title Sponsor: Duke Energy

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