The Fourth of July Planning Committee has created commemorative 2018 Noblesville Fireworks Festival buttons so residents can assist in supporting the July 4th festivities and represent our city.

Button“We have great community businesses and organizations sponsoring our parade, festival and fireworks. Many residence have asked how they can also support the community-focused event, with the creation of these buttons we now have the perfect opportunity for families to get involved. We hope that residents will enjoy collecting them over the years,” July 4th Planning Committee Co-Chairman Mike Hoffmeister said.

The committee has a limited number of the collectible buttons – 500 two-inch, blinking buttons and 500 round metal buttons measuring 2.25 inches. Buttons will include a new design along with the year moving forward.

LED blinking buttons are $3 each and include three features – fast blink, slow blink and on. Metal buttons are $1 each. Net proceeds from button sales go directly to supporting the Noblesville Fourth of July festivities, which is subsidized completely by sponsorship dollars and uses no city funds.

“Our goal is to sell all 1,000 buttons, which will allow the committee to make the event bigger and better in 2019,” Hoffmeister said.

Buttons will be for sale at the Dillon Park Summer Concerts on June 28; and at Federal Hill Commons during the Foam Party on June 24, Concert at the Commons on June 30 and the 38th Infantry U.S. Army Band concert on July 1. Buttons also may be purchased with exact cash or check at Forest Park Inn, 701 Cicero Road, and the Mayor’s Office in Noblesville City Hall, 16 South 10th Street.

Those interested in ordering larger quantities of buttons for family, friends and business associates are asked to send an email to [email protected]. All buttons were made in the United States.

This year’s Fourth of July festivities start with the parade at 4:30 p.m. followed by the fireworks festival sponsored by IDI Composites from 6 to 10 p.m. At approximately 10 p.m., the annual fireworks display sponsored by Terry Lee Hyundai will begin. Those interested in participating in the parade are encouraged to fill out the entry form online.

For more information about sponsoring or volunteering at the activities, contact July 4th Planning Committee Co-Chairman Robert Herrington at (317) 776-6367.