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Posted on: July 14, 2022

Noblesville Parks Announces 2022 Movies in the Park Schedule

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NOBLESVILLE, IN (July 25, 2022) – The Noblesville Parks Department invites residents to enjoy outdoor movies together as a family this summer. The 15th annual Movies in the Park Series, presented by Logan Street Signs & Banners has something for all ages to enjoy – from fantastical journeys to singing animals and enduring heroes. 

“The Movies in the Park Series is a timeless tradition for many Noblesville families. Attendees can enjoy family-friendly movies, bring a blanket, dinner or snacks and enjoy an evening of cinema at Noblesville’s parks,” Recreation Program Coordinator Erin Portman said. 

The majority of the movies will take place at Federal Hill Commons, a centrally located park, which will give Noblesville families easy-access to the free movies. Since last year’s “Onward” at Dillon Park was cancelled due to rain, this is the screening and location that will kick off the 2022 series. All movies will begin at dusk and are free to the public. This year’s schedule includes: 

Friday, Aug 12 – Onward (PG, 102 min.) at Dillon Park, 6351 Midland Lane.
Friday, Aug. 19 – Cruella (PG-13, 134 min.) at Federal Hill Commons, 175 Logan Street.
Friday, Aug. 26 – Raya and The Last Dragon (PG, 107 min.) at Federal Hill Commons.
Friday, Sept. 2 – Sing 2 (PG, 110 min.) at Federal Hill Commons.
Friday, Sept. 9 – Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13, 124 min.) at Federal Hill Commons.

Light concessions will be available for purchase at all showings. In addition to presenting sponsor Logan Street Signs & Banners, the city would like to thank Premier Martial Arts, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Urban Air Adventure Park, and Duke Energy for sponsoring the movie series and helping to make the free movies possible. For more information, visit or call (317) 776-6350.


About Noblesville Parks and Recreation: The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department manages over 876 acres of parkland in the City of Noblesville, including seven developed parks, 109 acres of undeveloped properties and 127 miles of trails, connector sidewalks and greenways throughout the community, in addition to two golf courses and the Noblesville Soccer Fields. For more information, visit

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