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.
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 10:30 am with Tack in the Livestock Barn.
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!
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
The Midwest's Largest Flea Market, Top 10 Things to do in Indiana and Leisure and Travel say it is one of the best Flea Markets in the country! With over 900 vendors, the possibilities are endless; landscaping, fresh produce, art, home decor, furniture, crafts, antiques, jewelry and so much more! Open Tuesday and Wednesday, 8am-5pm, May 3 through Oct. 1
Challenge your scientific aptitude by participating in an exciting, hands-on summer science camp at ETHOS Science Center. You have a choice of 1/2 day or all day, one week long camps. We have a wide variety of camps like Camp Invention, Flight & Physics, LEGO Robotics, Rockin Roller Coasters or Survivor...Just to name a few. Lunch and Snacks are provided for all camps.
Non-stop action and 9 days of family fun are guaranteed at one of the largest county fairs in the nation. Kids show off prize farm animals from plump pigs to sleek horses, folks flock to the grandstand to watch rodeos, harness racing, tractor-pulls, a demolition derby and top name entertainers. A bounty of fair foods, plenty of demonstrations and a giant midway complete the experience.
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Today at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair- Green Earth Education DayEnjoy the Rodeo at 1 and 8 p.m.Then get up close and personal with Michaelangelo, Leonardo,Raphael and Donatello at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair! Allfour Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be available for photosand high fives.
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Today at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair:Demolition Derby FREE Grandstand Seating at 7 p.m.
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For those that enjoy art in all its splendid forms, here is the event for you! The Amish Acres Arts & Craft Festival is a celebration of things that dazzle, delight, and are delicious! So many things to see here! Give yourself a day, or two so you don't miss anything!http://bit.ly/OUESoW~Mike
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Today at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair- Tractors Pulls at 8 p.m. in the grandstand.Also enjoy the The Youth Agricultural Center hosts youth-driven entertainment, fun interactive activities and hands-on learning. Spend time with the young animals in Young MacDonalds Barnand the calving center. Enjoy fresh garden entrees preparedby local chefs while the kids pedal their way through thefarm-to-market course and play in the giant corn box.
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Fall is right around the corner. Make sure you make time to put these events on your calendar.Nappanee Apple Festival September 15-18Middlebury Fall Festival September 16-17Michiana Mennonite Relief Sale September 23 & 24You can find out about all our events on our website. ~Mindy
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