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  • Grand Junction Plaza Programming | Westfield Welcome

    Conozca a nuestro equipo For program updates or cancellations, please follow us on Facebook and Instagram Announcements None. Workout Wednesdays More info coming soo n! Creek Stomps More info coming soo n! For other fun events at Grand Junction Plaza, click HERE

  • Grand Junction Plaza Events | Westfield Welcome

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  • Egg-Paw-Looza | Westfield Welcome

    Presentado por: Huevo-Pata-Looza Domingo, 10 de abril de 2022 ¡Está de vuelta! ¡Trae a tu peludo amigo a Egg-Paw-Looza! ¡Habrá una búsqueda de huevos de Pascua para mascotas, fotos con el Conejo de Pascua, vendedores y más! Giveaway! Want to win a Barkbox? Attendees will have a chance to enter their name into a drawin g at the event to win! Egg Hunt Rules All pets must be on NON-RETRACTABLE leash Pet's nose MUST touch the egg before they can collect it. You can collect as many eggs as you like; however, only ONE golden egg can be collected per family. Golden Eggs will be indicated by TWO Gold Star stickers. Golden Eggs will be filled with a treat AND a number pertaining to the gift basket number you can receive. Please turn in your empty eggs to the Westfield Welcome stage tent after the hunt. PATROCINADOR VOLUNTARIO Thank you to our Sponsors! Previous Event Next Event

  • Bicentennial | Westfield Welcome

    Papi hija bailando Sábado, 23 de abril de 2022 6:00 p. M. - 8:00 p. M. El Bridgewater Club Don't miss a moment of the 12-month celebration 200 years in the making! THURSDAY, JUNE 1ST | 5PM | GRAND JUNCTION PLAZA Downtown Westfield Association's Farmers Market | 5-8 PM Westfield High School's American Pie Reprise | 6 PM ​ Westfield High School’s “American Pie” concert reminds us how much WHS rocks. This is a themed concert that takes the audience on a journey through history via music. The theme for this year is “I’m going back to Indiana”. The student performers and the school’s professional house band, led by Mr. Jeff McLaughlin, are top-tier. This is a free concert and will be a reprise of their May fundraiser. Merchandise will be available for purchase. The concert begins at 6PM. ​ While the concert is free, VIP Packages are available and include a 10’x10’ reserved area on the Great Lawn for up to four people, two commemorative bicentennial blankets, a Hamilton County Bicentennial cooler bag, and a graze box from 317 Charcuterie for $200. Purchase a VIP package HERE. ​ Other activities taking place at Grand Junction Plaza inc lude free a irbrush tattoos, the Hamilton County Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit and learn about the oldest tree in Westfield. FRIDAY, J UNE 2ND | 8 AM | GREEK'S PIZZERIA ON PARK STREET PANCAKES ON PARK Park Street transforms into a pancake haven beginning at 8AM Join the Westfield Fire Department for a Friday morning breakfast. Enjoy pancakes, sausage, coffee, and juice while dining al fresco. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door; this event is open to the public and businesses are encouraged to bring their employees for a team breakfast. T wo levels of sponsored tables are available for purchase which start at $100 per table and include a commemorative bicentennial mug. ​ Purchase tickets or a sponsorship HERE. FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND | 6 PM | GRAND JUNCTION PLAZA The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band & Kassey King ​ Three-time BMA nominees, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band is "the greatest front-porch blues band in the world" and will take the main stage at Grand Junction Plaza on Friday evening at 7PM. Local recording artist Kassey King will open the show at 6PM. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Student Impact will be on-site hosting old-time games and fun crafts! They will also show what a student lunch looked like back in 1823. ​ A free parking shuttle will be available for the evening. While the concert is free, VIP Packages are available and include a 10’x10’ reserved area on the Great Lawn for up to four people, two commemorative bicentennial blankets, a Hamilton County Bicentennial cooler bag and a graze box from 317 Charcuterie for $200. Purchase a VIP package HERE. SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD| 10 AM | BARKER LOG CABIN (136 PENN ST.) Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Celebration Beginning at 11 a.m., the WWHS will host numerous food trucks, free pony rides, a small car and fire truck show, a dunk tank , and a photo booth. The Rusty Musket band will be playing folk songs, old sea shanties, and music from the past with their four-piece band. All festivities will be taking place near WWHS and Westfield City Hall (130 Penn Street). All events are free and open to the public. LEARN MORE! Previous Event Next Event

  • Lantern Days | Westfield Welcome

    Papi hija bailando Sábado, 23 de abril de 2022 6:00 p. M. - 8:00 p. M. El Bridgewater Club Experience Westfield's rich history with a Founder's Day celebration & festival! Join us as we "shed a light on the past and illuminate the future." Check out all of the fun featured attractions below. In addition, participants can enjoy a self-guided walking tour through downtown Westfield and experience our rich history.

  • Donut Trail | Westfield Welcome

    Presented By: Papi hija bailando Sábado, 23 de abril de 2022 6:00 p. M. - 8:00 p. M. El Bridgewater Club Explore Westfield and help us glaze the trails to celebrate National Trails Day (6/1 ), and National Donut Day (6/7)! 🍩 How It Works 🍩 NEW! You will have one full week to redeem your Donut Trail rewards! ​ Starting June 1st, glaze the trails in Westfield and use your passport to locate 12 "sweet stops," each indicated by a 4-foot Donut Trail sign. ​ Each sweet stop will have a code word to write on your passport. There is no particular order the code words need to be written in! ​ ​Pick up your passport from the following locations: The Farmers Bank: 17370 Farmers Bank Way​ Westfield City Services: 2728 E 171st St Quack Daddy Donuts: 16156 Spring Mill Rd Suite 500 Titus Bakery and Deli: 17471 Wheeler Rd Suite 110 Jack's Donuts Westfield: 17423 Carey Rd Suite B DonutNV Hamilton County: Visit their donut truck at the Westfield Farmers Market on June 6th 🍩 Donut Trail Map 🍩 🍩 Helpful Hints 🍩 To find all the sweet stops, check out these locations: The Midland Trace Trail, behind the Westfield Public Safety Building and courts at Quaker Park The Monon Trail near Grand Park Sports Campus and 191st The space north of the YMCA Natatorium, close to the Primrose School at Grand Park The Monon just south of SR-32, behind Grindstone on the Monon The intersection of the Midland Trace and Monon Trails The Monon Trail, near 169th Street The Natalie Wheeler Trail at the corner of 169th and Union The Natalie Wheeler Trail, near the corner of Mill and Union The south end of Asa Bales Park, near the Four Fingers Distillery North The north end of Asa Bales Park, near the skate park The Midland Trace Trail, across the street from the new Westfield Washington Public Library The Midland Trace Trail, between Old Friends Cemetery and Cherry Street ​ Happy exploring! 🍩 Previous Event Next Event

  • Green Day | Westfield Welcome

    Madre e hijo baile Sábado, 23 de abril de 2022 2:00 p. M. - 4:00 p. M. El Bridgewater Club ¡Mamás, no querrán perderse esta oportunidad especial de crear recuerdos duraderos con su principito! Rango de edad recomendado: 3-10 años; sin embargo, ¡todas las edades son bienvenidas! VOLUNTEER Previous Event Next Event

  • Shamrock Drop | Westfield Welcome

    Presentado por: Gota de trébol Jueves, 17 de marzo de 2022 ¡Pon a prueba tu suerte con nuestro segundo Shamrock Drop anual! Attractions: ​ Shamrock Drop is free to attend with plenty of free attractions including live Irish music, games, crafts, airbrush tattoos and the Indiana Members Credit Union Cash Cube! This event will also feature St. Patrick's Day-themed carnival games (paid attraction) with prizes to win such as shamrock glasses, necklaces, hats, toys, etc. Don't forget to visit our food and beverage vendors! Participants can purchase a 5-game Carnival Game Card for $10 or a 10-game Carnival Game Card for $20. Participants who pre-purchase their Carnival Game Cards online will receive a $2 or $5 discount! ​ ​ CLICK HERE to get your discounted Carnival Game Cards! ​ But...What about The Drop? ​ This year, we are excited to announce that all attendees can participate in the Shamrock Drop prize drawing for free! Upon arrival, stop inside the cafe building and write your name on a shamrock. Drop it into the big cauldron for your chance to win one of five pots o' gold filled with amazing prizes and gifts donated by local Westfield businesses! At 1:30pm, our Lucky Leprechaun will randomly choose 5 shamrocks from the big cauldron and those winners will go home with a pot o' gold to kick off their lucky St. Patrick's Day weekend! ​ PATROCINADOR DONAR ¡Gracias a nuestros patrocinadores! Previous Event Next Event

  • New Residents | Westfield Welcome

    Acerca de ¡Bienvenidos! Nunca me canso de decir: "¡Bienvenido a Westfield!" En nombre de esta gran ciudad, gracias por elegir esta comunidad como su nuevo hogar. Hemos crecido mucho en los últimos diez años, pero una cosa que permanece es nuestro compromiso de cuidar. Tenemos excelentes comodidades y grandes planes para el futuro, pero no significan nada sin ese sentido de atención que me enorgullece decir que tenemos aquí en Westfield. Sería un honor conocerte y responder cualquier pregunta que puedas tener como nuevo residente. Por favor, considere esta mi invitación personal para sentarnos y conversar. Llamar 317.804.3150 para que podamos concertar una hora. Me gustaría decir oficialmente: “Bienvenido a Westfield. Bienvenido a casa." -Andy Cook, alcalde Descargar nuevo paquete para residentes

  • Veterans | Westfield Welcome

    Acerca de Patrocinador Los eventos comunitarios son los que hacen que una ciudad "suceda". La ciudad de Westfield continúa experimentando un crecimiento y desarrollo fantásticos. La Ciudad de Westfield está comprometida a redefinir el gobierno demostrando integridad y administración fiscal mientras brinda un servicio de calidad a nuestra comunidad y crea un ambiente seguro para el crecimiento, fomentando asociaciones, oportunidades económicas y actividades recreativas. La visión de la ciudad es convertirse en un destino de recreación. El Departamento de Bienvenida de Westfield lleva a cabo la misión y la visión de la Ciudad a través de nuestros numerosos eventos comunitarios y esfuerzos de hospitalidad.

  • Volunteer | Westfield Welcome

    Acerca de Voluntario Westfield es una comunidad fantástica que continúa experimentando crecimiento y desarrollo. Lo que hace grande a esta ciudad es su gente y su amor por ella. Un gran componente de participación comunitaria de la iniciativa Westfield Welcome de la ciudad es el voluntariado. ​ Ya sea ayudando a los visitantes a Grand Park con direcciones y recomendaciones de restaurantes, apoyando los eventos de nuestra comunidad o cuidando nuestros parques y senderos, ¡las oportunidades son grandiosas! Conviértete en voluntario ​ Siempre estamos buscando voluntarios y embajadores increíbles para nuestra comunidad de Westfield. Regístrese a continuación como voluntario de Westfield Welcome para participar en cualquiera de nuestras oportunidades de voluntariado. Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con nuestro Coordinador de hospitalidad, Bailey Spitznagle , en bspitznagle@westfield.in.gov Necesidades actuales de voluntarios ​ ​​ Fines de semana en Grand Park Sports Campus: vea las necesidades de los voluntarios haciendo clic en AQUÍ Trail Ambassador Our Trail Ambassador Program partners the community with Westfield’s beautiful trails. Ambassadors can be individuals, families, groups, or organizations that are willing to maintain at least 1 mile of any trail for a 1 year period. Ambassadors are asked to focus on the three core values of the program: Beautification, Safety and Service. If you are interested in becoming a Trail Ambassador please reach out to our Hospitality Coordinator, Logan Charlesworth , at lcharlesworth@westfield.in.gov ​ Beautification: Through the use of trash and/or recycle bags (self-supplied), sweep the trail or park assigned and recover any litter or natural debris that could pose a threat to safety. While park space is generally well-defined, trail space may vary greatly from section to section. Be sure to peer into wooded areas or along fence lines. Report plant concerns such as overgrown or invasive plant species. Keep an eye out for graffiti and other forms of vandalism. Gardening gloves are recommended. ​ Safety: Scan the physical portions of the trails for any safety hazards that may exist. This includes broken trail, dangerous trees and suspicious activity. Physical dangers should be recorded and reported to (317) 804-3184 as soon as possible. Suspicious activity should immediately be avoided and reported to the police (do not take action!) by dialing 9-1-1. ​ Service: Westfield is proud of its city and its partners. Wear your organization’s gear and spread the word about the great things of the city, or simply smile and say hello to fellow travelers. Assist someone crossing the street if needed, or go the extra mile for runners on a hot day and hand out bottles of water. If the chance comes to aid a fellow resident, take it. We want everyone to feel welcome and like family in Westfield. Sometimes all it takes is a wave and a smile, but we feel there is always a little more that can be done. For more information on going the extra-mile, please take the time to complete our Super Service Online Training . Additional Volunteer Opportunities AARP Indiana ​ AARP Indiana is redefining and improving life for Hoosiers 50+. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: advocacy, communications, activism, outreach, and community engagement. Children's TherAplay ​ Children’s TherAplay provides children with disabilities life skills; using horses as treatment tools. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: side walkers, special events, and operations. The Cooper House ​ The Cooper House is a place where the lives of all who are involved in foster care are welcomed, loved, seen, heard, and chosen. Contact The Cooper House directly for all volunteer opportunities. Good Samaritan Network The Good Samaritan Network assess the true needs of clients an assists them with county-wide support services while reducing duplication of effort. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: warehouse, projects, and holidays. Hamilton County Citizens Academy The Citizens Academy is an 11 week course with instruction by members of the Sheriff’s Office. After completion of the Academy, participants will receive a certificate during a graduation ceremony, followed by community outreach opportunities. Heart and Soul Free Clinic Heart and Soul Free Clinic provides the highest quality healthcare to uninsured and underinsured residents; regardless of social, cultural, and economic status. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: medical, dental, mental, administrative, interpreting, fundraising, social media, and driving the Mobile Medical Unit. HVAF of Indiana, Inc. HVAF, through a unique partnership with the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs and many community organizations, provides housing and re-integration services for homeless veterans and programs to prevent at-risk veterans from becoming homeless. Contact HVAF directly for all volunteer opportunities. Kiwanis Club of Westfield The Westfield Kiwanis Club defines its purpose to be uplifting of all children and families within its reach. Contact the Kiwanis Club directly for all volunteer opportunities. Noble, Inc. Nobles has been expanding opportunities and enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities since 1953. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: fundraising, travel, camps, greeting, groundskeeping, and special events. Open Doors Open Doors of Washington Township improves the quality of life through food and clothing assistance, referrals to community services, and spiritual guidance. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: warehouse, pantry, drivers, advocates, clothes sorters, and administrative. Resounding Joy Resounding Joy builds a community rooted in compassion through music therapy. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: visiting, music sessions, and special events. Rotary Club of Westfield Rotary Club of Westfield is a service-above-self club that focuses on the children of Westfield. Contact Rotary Club directly for all volunteer opportunities. Special Olympics Indiana Special Olympics Indiana is part of the global Special Olympics movement that uses sport, health, education, and leadership programs to end discrimination against and empower people with intellectual disabilities. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: coaching, chaperoning, and administrative. Teter Organic Farm Teter Organic Farm strives to create an equitable food system that provides the nutrition, community, and ecological healing that allows everyone to thrive. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: gardening, cleaning, weed removal, chicken tending, and produce packing. Westfield Citizens Academy The Citizens Academy is an 11 week course with instruction by members of the Sheriff’s Office. After completion of the Academy, participants will receive a certificate during a graduation ceremony, followed by community outreach opportunities. Westfield Lions Club The Westfield Lions Club provides funds for local, state, national, and international charities and disaster relief; teacher grants; scholarships for WHS seniors; funds for leader dog training; and more. Contact the Lions Club directly for all volunteer opportunities. Westfield Washington Schools Parent University Parent University is a collaborative effort to assist WWS by focusing on creating pathways that engage, educate, and equip students, staff, parents, and the community. Contact Parent University directly for all volunteer opportunities. Westfield Youth Assistance Program YAP is an early intervention advocate for youths aged 3-17 who are facing challenge life circumstances. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: tutoring, mentoring, and special events. Agape ​ Agape provides therapeutic horseback riding services. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: side walkers, horse handlers, horse care, special events, facilities, and administrative. The Chris Center Inc. ​The Chris Center Inc. supports student wellness by providing middle and high school students with an opportunity to interact with registered therapy dogs. Family Promise Family Promise of Hamilton County transforms the lives of families experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity; because every child deserves a home. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: meal prep, welcoming, fundraising, administrative, listening, and interpreting. Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity provides communities and hope through building homes so that everyone has a decent place to live. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: building, young professionals, and special events. Hamilton County Sports Authority ​ The Hamilton County Sports Authority is a division of Hamilton County Tourism and provides many free services, grants, and assistance to make local events successful. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: races, bicentennial committees, and special events. Humane Society for Hamilton County The Humane Society for Hamilton County provides the chance of every animal finding a forever home; being Indiana’s only open admission and true no-kill shelter. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: operations, dog walking, cat enrichment, lobby greeting, animal transport, and special events. JANUS JANUS provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate and contribute within the community. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: administrative, facilities, direct care, and special events. Meals on Wheels Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County supports individuals by delivering nutritious meals to those who otherwise cannot make them themselves. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: deliveries, administrative, fundraising, and various committees and boards. The O'Connor House The O’Connor House provides a Christian home to help single, pregnant, homeless women improve life for themselves and their child(ren). Some of their volunteer opportunities include: transportation, childcare, sorting, and fundraising. Prev ail, Inc. Prevail strives to empower victims of crime and abuse on their path to healing, while engaging the community to support safe, healthy relationships. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: group facilitating, greeting, special events, and fundraisers. Riverview Health Riverview Health strives to foster community involvement, while helping others. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: patient transport, guest services, and the gift shop. Shepherd's Center of Hamilton County The Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County provides programs and services that allow seniors to safely age in place for as long as possible. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: transportation, friendly visits, yard work, housekeeping, welcoming, and guardianship. Student Impact of Westfield Student Impact changes the lives of Westfield students by building relationships that bring hope and healing. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: food providers, pancake flippers, mentoring, cleaning, maintenance, and administrative. Trinity Free Clinic The Trinity Free Clinic provides free high-quality medical, dental, and health services to the uninsured, underinsured, and low-income residents of Hamilton County. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: medical, dental, mental, administrative, marketing, and greeting. Westfield Education Foundation The Westfield Education Foundation was created to serve as a philanthropic resource to support Westfield Washington Schools. Contact the Westfield Education Foundation directly for all volunteer opportunities. Westfield Washington Public Library The Westfield Washington Public Library provides the tools to learn, grow, and explore to residents. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: cleaning, shelving, decorating, special programs, and the summer reading program. Westfield Washington Township The Westfield Washington Township provides essential services to the residents of the township in the event of an emergency. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: park maintenance, weed removal, scout projects, and forest building. Westfield Youth Spo rts WYSI operates with the mission to promote amateur youth sports to school-age children living within the Westfield Washington school district. Contact WYSI directly for all volunteer opportunities. YMCA The YMCA programs build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Some of their volunteer opportunities include: coaching, fundraising, and special events. If you are looking to volunteer at a spiritual center, please visit: https://www.wellbeingcoalitionwestfield.com/spiritual

  • Creek Stomp | Westfield Welcome

    Creek Stomp Series Every Thursday June 6 - August 1 Excluding July 4 10 - 11 a.m. This family-friendly program series is an opportunity to explore the Grassy Branch Creek at Grand Junction Plaza. Pre-registration and tickets required. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None. Grand Junction Plaza Concert Rules Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome No tents, tent stakes or umbrellas No staking out a spot for the concert more than 2 hours in advance; stakes and tarps are prohibited and will be removed Outside food and beverages are welcome; no glass permitted Grand Junction Plaza is a smoke-free facility Pets (with the exception of service animals) are not permitted during concerts No commercial activities including soliciting or vending without a permit No d istributing literature/promotional materials without prior written consent of facility management A free shuttle is available from Westfield Intermediate School (17710 Shamrock Blvd) to Grand Junction Plaza. Shuttle services end at 9:30 P.M. Look for black GJP Shuttle Service tents. *NOTE FOR 8/25 CONCERT - The free parking shuttle services will only be available to and from the West Park Street lots and Grand Junction Plaza. Shuttle services will not be available at Westfield Intermediate School for this concert. Look for blue free public parking signage for additional on-street parking near the Plaza where permitted. Thank you to our Sponsors! Previous Event Next Event

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