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
“Garden Sculpture Safari” is designed to be an exhibit-within-an-exhibit that features 46 ceramic garden sculptures regarded originally as lawn ornaments, garden sprinklers, and architectural decorations. This approach of showing these works integrated within the context of the MMAA Permanent Collection is an effort to reanimate the familiar and create a fun experience for the visitor. A guide has been designed to allow for maximum time to find most of the objects on display. These garden sculptures were created from the turn of the 20th Century up and through the 1920s & 1930s by the American Art Pottery Companies, Weller, Fulper, Brush McCoy, Owens, Peters & Reed, & Rookwood. With the exception of the Fulper Company which was located in New Jersey, and Rookwood, which was in Cincinnati, the aforementioned Art Potteries were located in Zanesville, Ohio. These companies made beautiful Arts & Crafts style vases, bowls, and other utilitarian but decorative objects. The lawn ornaments became a more sculptural line when they began to be created and sold. In this exhibit there are frogs, turtles, birds, squirrels, rabbits, and even gnomes. As the Elkhart County Quilt Garden Tour begins this season, visitors don’t want to miss this opportunity to reexamine the Midwest Museum’s permanent collection galleries to see if all of the garden sculptures on display can be found. Some will be challenging to discover so looking closely is important.cluded. All of these works have been generously loaned from the renowned collection of R. Douglas & Barbara Grant of Indiana.
When former Congressman Mark Stedman throws in the towel on his presidential campaign, his only choice is to return to his home state and decide how to spend the rest of his life ... until he meets Josiah Stoltzfus, an Amish farmer from Pennsylvania. Stedman learns more from Josiah in a few hours than in his many years in office. He comes to the conclusion that someone like Josiah should be running the country. Not a career politician, but someone with a little old-fashioned common sense, someone who’s not afraid of rolling up his sleeves and getting his hands dirty. Someone like Josiah Stoltzfus. Using his old campaign headquarters for a base, Mark Stedman determines to introduce a new candidate to America. Without Josiah’s consent or knowledge, he becomes a write-in candidate for the Presidency. Mark pledges to do everything in his power to make sure Josiah gets elected. But can a plain man of faith turn the tide of politics and become the leader of America, and what w
We hope they have a great 60th #INAmishCountry touring the #QuiltGardens!
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@hoosierpages Thanks for the RT!
It's a sign of fall-- apple picking. And the best place to pick apples is Kercher's Sunrise Orchards. Apple picking starts September 5. Kercher's is great for all kinds of local produce too. From apples to zucchini, they have it all. And don't forget their Harvest Festival, October 1 & 2. ~Mindy
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Looking to host an unforgettable party or event? Do you get nostalgic when thinking about the candy you had growing up? Maybe you need an afternoon sugar jolt to pick you up?Look no further than the Wakarusa Dime Store. Home of the Jumbo Jelly bean, old fashion candies, and the best darn candy buffet builders around!http://bit.ly/UXME1Q
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Experience mouth-watering goodness this Saturday, August 27th during the "Taste of the Gardens" event at Wellfield Botanic Gardens in #Elkhart http://bit.ly/wbgtaste
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The RV/MH Hall of Fame is a museum that tells the story of the recreational vehicle & manufactured housing industries' history.See original models from the earliest days up to current modern beauties. Open Saturdays & Sundays for the summer. Don't miss out visiting this museum & library. The only one of its kind. http://bit.ly/2bOKl4s #rvliving #INAmishCountryAfter a visit here be sure to stop in at Linton's Enchanted Gardens. A short drive away- this wonderful garden center also has an excellent cafe serving a full menu featuring items grown themselves!~Mike
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2016 #QuiltGardens Week 10. Stunning! Have you been out to see them yet?
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