You know by now that IPRA has officially moved in to its new home at Federal Hill Commons, but we bet you're pretty curious about the moving process and what our space looks like now that we're all settled.
The Green Room at Federal Hill Commons
The move was a tiring process, but thanks to help from Noblesville, Danville, and Valparaiso parks, we were able to make the move in just a couple trips. Once all the boxes were off the trucks, we were able to start unpacking and making The Green Room feel like home.
Located right down the road from the downtown area, there are always things happening in the area. On August 4, we joined Noblesville Parks and Recreation in hosting their first Food Truck Friday as part of their Lunch and Listen Series at our new home on Federal Hill Commons.
If you missed out on Food Truck Friday, you have a couple more chances to come by, check out our new place, grab some food, and listen to some great, live music. Make sure to follow Noblesville Parks and Recreation's social media accounts to see what is going on at Federal Hill Commons.
Join Us for the Northern District Meeting- August 16
If you're looking for the best way to learn all there is to know about Federal Hill Commons and want a behind-the-scenes tour of IPRA's new home, join us for the upcoming Northern District Meeting. Hosts Noblesville Parks & Recreation will be discussing the topic "Challenges & Accomplishments on Federal Hill Commons". Discussions will include topics such as building a park in a floodplain, successful special event planning, utilizing existing structures to fit the needs of the department, and how urban parks can and should be used as economic drivers.
Being a member of the Indiana Park and Recreation Association (IPRA) has tons of great benefits and is a great way to network with professionals in the industry. To learn more about IPRA and how you can become a member or all the benefits you have available to you through your membership, visit our the Membership page on our website.