Voted a USA Today Readers Choice and named one of America’s “Most Scenic Drives” This scenic winding loop explores welcoming communities, area attractions and Amish life. It’s easy to follow, packed with fun facts, and best of all, you set the pace. Start with a Free audio driving tour (available in CD or digital download)
It’s free, it’s fun and it’s fantastic!
friendly hometown hospitality
Buggies clattering along country roads here are idyllic reminders of this region's rich Amish heritage of hard work, devotion to family and a simple life lived well. Yet there’s more to the Elkhart County story.
Experience vacation variety with activities galore.
A set-your-own-pace walking tour.
Find the best of everything here.
De-stress, lose weight, make new friends and so much more. That is what the Zumba® program is all about. It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning, dance fitness party that is moving millions of people toward joy and health! Come join Pamela Sanchez and see for yourself what Zumba® has in store for you! Continuous sessions are offered on Mondays at 7:45 pm and Wednesdays at 6:45 pm at our Downtown Studio, 216 S. Main Street in Goshen. Register for an entire session at a reduced rate, or pay the $6 drop-in rate at class. Register at the Goshen Parks & Recreation Department Office, 607 West Plymouth Avenue, or at class with the instructor. Fall Session I: September 22 - October 21 (10 classes) $50 Fall Session II: October 26 - December 16 (14 classes; no class November 23 & 25) $70 Winter Session I: January 4 - February 10 (12 classes) $60 Winter Session II: February 15 - March 23 (12 classes) $60
Every Friday, horse lovers from all over the United States join us for our weekly auction of Driving, Work and Saddle horses and Ponies. The auction begins at 9am with Tack in the Livestock Barn.
Held every Wednesday year-round, the auction begins at 10am with Hay followed by the selling of Livestock: 11am Feeder Pigs 12:30pm Feeder Cattle 2:30pm Veal, Sheep, Lambs, Goats 4pm Butcher Bulls & Cows, Fat Cattle
Held every Wednesday year-round, first bids begin at 9am sharp with the ring of the auction bell where 9-10 auctioneers auction off antiques and treasures of all kinds!
Prepare for an awesome Eagle Adventure and join us as we travel to Salamonie for a short program on eagles and then drive to some well-known eagle spots. We will end up at the roost site to watch the Bald Eagles fly in for the night. Eagle Watch is led by the Upper Wabash Interpretive Services. Register early! Event is outdoors; dress for the weather. We will stop for supper on the way home.
The band’s next concert will be Feb. 14 and will feature music by English composer Gutav Holst. Swihart said the band’s goal is to fill the Lerner Theatre every time it has a concert. The band is sponsored and funded by the City of Elkhart and presents free concerts for the community, with about nine or 10 in the summer, and formal concerts at the theater in the winter and in spring.
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There is a new place to shop in downtown Elkhart the next time you visit!
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We love Pizzeria Venturi! Locals have been singing their praise since they started. Amazing wood fire pizza, with fresh local ingredients. Thank you Midwest Living for noticing their delicious pizza! ~Mindy
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Do you love art?#INAmishCountry there are many opportunities to enjoy, shop or create art. One of those opportunities is happening soon! March 12th to be exact.Don't miss this event if you love art. Featuring over 40 artists plus giveaways, prizes & wine so be sure to bring a friend!http://bit.ly/242vN4n
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Have the flowers, and the dinner reservations, but forgot about the candy part? Wakarusa Dime Store has many sweet options for you.
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Bring the family and kids to Amish Country for outdoor fun!
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For all of you going to the Shipshewana Quilt Festival- The Carriage House has announced their demos/quilting/meal options for INDIVIDUALS during the week of the Festival. ANY size of family, couple, small groups can call Elaine and join. (and if you know anything about our Amish families that provide meals- this type of experience is usually reserved for groups of 10 or more)This is only available for July 20-25, 2016- and you MUST MAKE A RESERVATION. Each option is offered each day of the festival.DINING & QUILTING BEE:8:30 am - 10:30 am, $18: Quilting Bee & Cinnamon Roll11 am - 1 pm, $28: Quilting Bee & Lunch6 pm - 8 pm, $30: Quilting Bee & DinnerCall 260-768-8199 Ext. 2128 (like most Amish Families that have phones for their business, you will have to leave a message and Elaine will get back with you.)
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