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Carmel, Ind. — The Hamilton County Bicentennial opens the county’s 200th year with a free, family-friendly event at 3 p.m. Sunday, January 22, 2023, at the Palladium, Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel.

Michael Feinstein, artistic director for the Center and founder of the Carmel-based Great American Songbook Foundation, will perform and emcee the program, which will include remarks from local dignitaries and engaging performances by area artistic talent.

Attendees will receive a goodie bag as well as potentially a special, limited-quantity

commemorative item. Tickets for this seminal event are free but must be reserved in advance under the event listing at: or by phone at (317)843-3800.

The Center for the Performing Arts has provided key support for this Bicentennial opening

event. Other Bicentennial sponsors include Duke Energy, Hamilton County and Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. among many others.

The Opening Ceremony will be the first of many free, family-friendly events celebrating the

Hamilton County Bicentennial throughout the year. A full calendar of events will be available in digital and physical form in the coming weeks, as well as at the ceremony. Stay up-to-date with activities by signing up for the Hamilton County Bicentennial newsletter at: or follow HamCoTurns200 on Facebook and Instagram.

About the Hamilton County Bicentennial

The Hamilton County Bicentennial Commission was established by the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners as the official oversight agency for the upcoming 200th anniversary of the county in 2023. It will do so in partnership with the Hamilton County Historical Society and Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. Duke Energy, Hamilton County, the Hamilton East Public Library and Hamilton County Tourism are all lead sponsors of the Bicentennial activities. For more information, visit or follow HamCoTurns200 on Facebook and Instagram.



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