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  1. Stormwater Landscape Maintenance Training Seminar

    December 6, 2018, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM @ Noblesville City Hall

    Do you... • Manage a homeowners association (HOA)? • Maintain green infrastructure and stormwater best management practices (BMPs) • Work with rain gardens, swales, and detention ponds? • Install and maintain native landscaping? Many municipalities have begun enforcing maintenance requirements for stormwater BMPs. Learn how to properly manage your stormwater practices and maintain compliance!

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  2. Christmas in the Village Ladies Night

    December 6, 2018, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Main Street

    Ladies, grab your friends and make it a night of shopping and dining in the Village of Zionsville! From amazing deals and food to complimentary carriage rides, it is a night not to be missed!

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Parks & Recreation

  1. Cards for Critters

    December 1, 2018, 8:00 AM - December 31, 2018, 5:00 PM @ Zion Nature Center

    We all adore receiving cards and gifts throughout the year and so do the Zion Nature Center’s animals. This year, throughout the month of December, we are asking children, families and adults to send all our critters warm holiday wishes. Cards can be handmade, store bought, or made with recycled materials. They can be meant for your favorite animal, or you can wish ALL good cheer. You can mail them, drop them off in person, or stop in during our weekend open hours and make a card at our Cards for Critters station. Each card will be shared with our staff…and critters, and then displayed on the Zion Nature Center’s tree. Want to Spread More Holiday Cheer? Did you know the animals at the Zion Nature Center eat over 10,000 crickets, 780 worms, and 200 mice each year! Add in fruits, vegetables, bedding, lights and filters and it costs over $2,000 a year to keep our animals happy and healthy. We are always happy to accept donations.

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