Don\u2019t be surprised if you see strangers gathering around a blue table to socialize and play games together. That\u2019s because the Turquoise Table movement,\u00a0a national project to create community among residents and visitors,\u00a0is\u00a0happening\u00a0in Hamilton County with the help of local art leaders. The\u202fTurquoise Table\u202fmovement focuses on clustering a series of tables to become a meeting place \u2014\u00a0like the old village well used to be \u2014\u00a0where people can come together to hang out and \u201cdo life together.\u201d\u202f The tables offer games like Jenga, chess and checkers,\u00a0and are positioned around Hamilton County\u2019s five participating communities: Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield. They will be moved around in order to engage many different groups of people. \u201cThe project is the first cross-community collaborative arts initiative in Hamilton County and is a reminder as to how important community and neighborhood conversations are,\u201d\u00a0says\u00a0Brenda Myers, CEO and president of Hamilton County Tourism, which sponsored the movement. The tables, which meet ADA standards, are located at\u202fQuaker Park in Westfield, Pocket Park in Cicero, Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville, Sophia Square Courtyard\u00a0in Carmel and the Nickel Plate District in Fishers. Eventually, they will be moved to include other areas of the county.