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One Destination, Endless Possibilities… Downtowns | Scenic Drives | Signature Foods | Quilt Gardens | Historic Sites | Unique Shops

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Drive The Heritage Trail

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)

Quilt Gardens

It’s free, it’s fun and it’s fantastic!

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Quilt Gardens

Downtowns

friendly hometown hospitality

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Downtowns

RV

You’ll find everything RV here in the RV Capital

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Pumpkinvine

Experience vacation variety with activities galore.

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Pumpkinvine

Gateway Mile

A set-your-own-pace walking tour.

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Gateway Mile

Itins & Top Tens

Find the best of everything here.

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Itins & Top Tens

Easter Bunny & Bunny Hop Photos

Mar 27th - Apr 4th, 2015 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

The Easter Bunny will be at Center Court Now thru April 4, 2015. Hours: Mon-Sat: 11a-3p & 4p-7p Sunday: 1p-6p. Bunny Hop Photos are also available to purchase.

Linton's Easter Egg-straordinaire

Multiple Dates 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Linton’s Easter Egg-straordinaire Free photos with the Easter Bunny with canned food donation, 10-6pm. Donations benefit Pantries and Kitchens United for Elkhart County. Visit baby chicks, baby ducks, baby lambs, a calf, and baby goats in our conservatory. New this year is Linton’s Duck Waterslide! Watch the baby ducklings climb up the ramp and slide down the waterslide. Cookie decorating and train rides to Easter Egg Hunt for additional fee. Saturday and Sunday March 28 & 29, 8am- 6pm and Saturday April 4, 8am- 6pm.

Standardbred Horse Sale

Mar 28th - Mar 28th, 2015 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM

The Saturday Standardbred Horse Sale is held in the Livestock Auction Barn. Preview and driving is 7 am - 9:30 am. Auction begins at 9:30 am. To consign a horse please call Dale Chupp at 260-499-0093.

ADEC Technology Challenge

Mar 28th - Mar 28th, 2015 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Bring the whole family out to experience the future of assistive technology at the ADEC Technology Challenge. As you enter the science fair style area, you’ll see exhibits from our top 10 teams, each demonstrating and explaining their products to help increase independence for individuals living with the challenges of cognitive and developmental disabilities. Starting at 11 a.m., our judging panel will determine our top three teams, who will be presented with prizes from See Me CNC and RotoMAAK. Refreshments will be provided.

GSP Volunteer Training

Mar 28th - Mar 28th, 2015 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Volunteer Training March 28; 9 a.m. – noon; free All volunteers, new and experienced, are encouraged to attend this training for an overview of the upcoming projects and exciting changes at the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site. Meet the Memorial Society board and learn how to make the biggest impact as a volunteer then get to know other GSP volunteers during a light lunch served at the end of training.

Linton's Fall & Winter Seminars and Workshops

Multiple Dates 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Everyone is invited to attend our free, informative Saturday Seminars. Workshops have fees. Seating is limited, and must be reserved in advance by calling 574-293-9699, ext 0 or emailing jenn@lintons.com. Topics include: Adding a “Punch of Color” with silks and decorative accessories, Landscape 101- Learn the basics from the Linton’s pros, The Gardener’s Calendar- Learn what to do & when to do it, Create & Take your very own Fairy Garden $10 + cost of materials Check Linton's website for exact classes, dates and times.

Along the Heritage Trail

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  • Visit Wellfield Botanic Gardens in Elkhart, Indiana

    Water from Elkhart's historic well field once powered the city's 19th century mills. Today, it streams through and inspires 36 acres of ponds and woodlands where 24 individual gardens and event spaces will be created in this native habitat. The woodland setting, just minutes from downtown's RiverWalk and restaurants, features winding stone paths, charming pump houses and whimsical sculpture. Walkways and bridges offer the best views of Wellfield Botanic Gardens' centerpiece: actual and reflected views of the colorful quilt-themed garden. Elkhart's newest attraction promises visitors of all ages a unique opportunity for education, inspiration and the pure enjoyment of nature and art combined. Seasonal public events & concerts; dedicated spaces for weddings and family gatherings. For more information about Wellfield Botanic Gardens, visit WellfieldGardens.org

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  • Shopping...along the Heritage Trail in Amish Country Northern Indiana

    A quick look at just some of the unique shopping experiences along the Heritage Trail.

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  • SoMa - Elkhart Live in Elkhart

    SoMa is a movement to support the main assets of Downtown Elkhart, Indiana. Set forth by the Elkhart County Convention and Visitor's Bureau, SoMa is enabling entrepreneurs and businesses to invest in Downtown Elkhart. Visit AmishCountry.org for more information.

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