The IPRA is excited to announce that we will be moving to the Green Room at Federal Hills Common in the coming months. The property, which is owned by the City of Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department, is perfectly suited for the IPRA’s needs.
The Journey to Find a New Home
Over two months of searching as well as more than 20 inquiries and half a dozen office visits has led the IPRA to find its new home in Noblesville. Executive director Lisa Nye has been at the forefront of the search for a new home, and although there were limited options and multiple challenges when it came to finding a small, affordable place, The Green Room seems the perfect place for the IPRA to continue its work.
The IPRA will have access to three private offices as well as a conference room and banquet hall. The building which has been converted from a bank to the Noblesville Parks Departments Banquet Hall even hosts a local farmers market on the weekend and is home a beautiful, new amphitheater that will soon hold regularly scheduled concerts.
The IPRA would like to thank both the Monon Community Center and the Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation Department for being our home for many years. Words cannot express our gratitude for both the kindness and the hospitality you have shown us.
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As a member of IPRA, you have access to tons of great, free resources like our job postings on our employment page. If you're a member and interested in sharing an opening for a position with your park, please email the job description to email@example.com and we'll make sure to get it posted on our employment page. If you have any questions please visit our website at inpra.org or give us a call at (317) 573-4035 and someone will assist you.