RV Rally Activities

Add value and variety to your rally itinerary with locally-themed classes and demonstrations. It’s a great opportunity to learn from local experts. Our activities convey the pride of hand craftmanship—hallmarks of Amish Country & the RV Capital. For details and arrangements, contact the demonstrators directly.

Mary Kay

Lora Beachy
p: 574.596.3061
w: marykay.com/lora.beachy

Beauty tips, make-up lessons, samples and new product demonstrations. Will take product orders for direct shipment to home or on-site delivery.

 

Michiana Master Gardeners Association

w: MichianaMasterGardeners.com
e: mmga@michianamastergardeners.com

Programs run 30-60 minutes. These programs can be conducted at various sites throughout the destination such as restaurants, hotels or garden centers to best fit into your itinerary. Seminars are free of charge, but a donation to the Michiana Master Gardeners Association Scholarship Fund is appreciated.

Programs include:

Make Your Backyard a Bird and Butterfly Magnet
Planting a Perfect Pot – Container Gardening 101
Grasses Galore!
Gardening for the Time Starved
Lazy, shady Gardens
Make It Summer Indoors

Purdue Extension Office

p: 574.533.0554
e: lienhart@purdue.edu

Classes or demonstrations – food prep, cooking, health/nutrition, outdoor grilling,etc. Some programs include food sampling, 60-90 minutes. Fees to cover food costs.

 

Pampered Chef

Janice Verace
w: PamperedChef.com

Food sampling, recipes and tasty tips are featured using the Pampered Chef products. Orders taken on site for direct shipment to home.

RV/MH Hall of Fame, Museum & Library

21565 Executive Parkway, Elkhart, IN 46514
p: 574.293.2344 or 800.378.8694
w: RVMHHallOfFame.org

– Step back in time and see trailers, photos, and memorabilia reachingback to the 1920’s and 1930’s..
– Presenting chronological and technological advancements in the RV industry from before WW I to the present
– See Mae West’s 1931 Chevrolet Housecar.
– See Charles A. Lindbergh’s 1939 personal travel trailer.
– Historic Unit owners trace the background of their units in theRV/MH Library which archives thousands of volumes of periodicals, records, and photos.
– See an introductory film in the theatre.
– National and only location honoring the RV/MH vehicle and industry.
– Open to the public. Hours vary by season