Fifteen merchants on and around the downtown Noblesville Square have teamed up to offer a special evening of shopping, food and prizes to women who come out and join in the celebration. Diva Night will take place Thursday, March 10 from 5-9 p.m.
Peggy Kumler, owner of A Corner Cottage located at 895 Conner St. said of the event, the first of its kind, that “we all worked together and we’re having the best time. We have another event in the works, too.” Kumler is thrilled with the merchant response and participation for the event, so that they can pool resources and offer more to their customers.
When asked “what’s special about coming to Square?” Kumler replied, “everything. It’s historic, we have a wonderful courthouse, and each shop has its own unique feeling. There is something for everybody.”
Flyers listing the events and locations can be picked up leading up to the event at any of the participating merchants, as well as that night. “Shoppers will pick up their punch cards and their maps and then go out and play,” Kumler said.
Merchants include: A Corner Cottage, Carriage House Antiques, J’Ann & Co., Kiln Creations, Linden Tree, Logan Village Mall, Martha Jane’s, Old Picket Fence, Barley Island, Goyer Photo, The Hamilton Restaurant, Indiana Kitchens, Platinum Living, The Ruby Pear, and Uptown Café.
Shoppers and merchants will meet at Barley Island at 8 p.m. for the raffle. Fifteen raffle prizes will be given away, and the first 25 shoppers to meet at Barley Island with their punch cards will receive a swag bag with a gift from each store or restaurant in it.
In addition, Cindy Goyer of Goyer Photo will be photographing attendees against a Hollywood backdrop that evening at Barley Island.
Kumler invites all to come and enjoy themselves. “The stores look so pretty right now. It’s all so bright and cheery,” she said. “We’re just hoping for good weather.”
Contact Peggy Kumler at 770.7577 with questions.