Fishers Freedom Festival - June 28-29, 2014

2014 Winners from the 5K, Firefighter Challenge to Bake Off and More

by Suz Willard July 4, 2014

The Fishers Freedom Festival announces many of its winners from the various competitions held at the festival the weekend of June 28 & 29, 2014.  The festival collected a total of 905 pounds of food from the public’s donations.  On Saturday, the 461 lbs of food collected were given to the Fishers United Methodist Church’s “Come to Me” food pantry.  On Sunday, 444 lbs of food were passed over to Delaware Township’s food pantry which will benefit those in need. 1st

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Rhonda Wright Named 2014 “Kehl Volunteer of the Year”

by Suz Willard July 1, 2014

Rhonda Wright (far left) is with the Kehl family. The Fishers Freedom Festival awarded its eighth annual winner of the “William D. Kehl Jr. Volunteer of the Year” award to Rhonda Wright.  This prestigious award was presented by the Kehl family during the Fishers Freedom Festival’s Opening Ceremonies last Saturday. Rhonda Wright, owner of The Wright Touch hair salon, has dedicated endless hours towards a variety of Fishers

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Attention Kids: Bring Your Decorated Bike & Ride in Our “Children’s Parade”

by Suz Willard June 18, 2014

The Fishers Freedom Festival’s “Children’s Parade” is a wonderful opportunity for all children to be in a parade for free!  Show up at Holland Park (One Park Drive) on Sunday, June 29th with your patriotically-decorated bike, tricycle, Big Wheels, wagon or stroller.  You may be rewarded for your artistic ability and creativity with your decorations in celebration of our nation’s freedom. The participant line-up and judging will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the parade promptly at 10:00 a.m.  No registration is required.  The parade route will travel the entire length of Ellipse Parkway starting and concluding on the south side of the park.  Spectators are invited to watch all of the decorated bicycles at curbside

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116th Street to Temporarily Close Sunday, June 29

by Suz Willard June 17, 2014

A few Fishers roads will be closed on Sunday, June 29th from 3 P.M. to approximately 6:30 P.M. due to the annual Fishers Freedom Festival’s Main Parade.  It will be at the Fishers Police Department’s discretion to close the roads a little earlier if the situation warrants it.  Once the parade has completed and parade observers have cleared, all roads will be reopened to the public as soon as possible. The roads closed at 3 P.M. are: •         Lantern Road: Immediately south of 126th Street going south to 116th Street.  Lantern & 126th Street intersection will be open.  Lantern & 116th Street intersection will be closed. •         The Thomas A. Weaver Memorial Municipal Complex:  All roads closed.  This includes access to Municipal Drive, the Fishers Post Office, the Fishers Public Library, Town Hall,

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2014 Festival Sponsors

Allisonville Meadows
Cathedral High School
Coors Light
Cumberland Road Christian Church
Current in Fishers
Fox 59 Sports
Hamilton County Family Magazine
Highflyer Magazine
IU Health Saxony Hospital
Moore Restoration
RadioNOW 100.9
Town of Fishers
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