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Blue Gate founder wins prestigious honor; Nappanee Apple Festival up for best in state

Posted on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 in Arts & Culture, Bristol, Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury, Must See's & Stops, Nappanee, Northern Indiana, Places to eat, Shipshewana, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County

Blue Gate founder wins prestigious honor; Nappanee Apple Festival up for best in state

  By Terry T. Mark Riegsecker earns state’s highest tourism honor Mel Riegsecker, the founder of Blue Gate Hospitality, was humbled by his selection as the 2017 recipient of the Will Koch Tourism Leadership Award, the most prestigious honor in the state of Indiana in the tourism field. “Make sure that the people that come … Continued

Los Primos one of many great places for tacos in Indiana’s Cool North

Posted on Monday, August 14th, 2017 in Goshen, Places to eat, Things to do in Elkhart County

Los Primos one of many great places for tacos in Indiana’s Cool North

  By Marshall V. King Our taco game is strong. The thousands of votes in Taco Wars and the range of restaurants nominated in the seven counties in Indiana’s Cool North demonstrate how good we have it when it comes to those circles of tortilla, meat and toppings. We love our tacos and those places … Continued

Enjoy a bike ride in Elkhart County whether you have nerves — or legs — of steel or not

Posted on Monday, June 19th, 2017 in Goshen, Middlebury, Must See's & Stops, Northern Indiana, Outdoor, Places to eat, Shipshewana, Things to do in Elkhart County, Trip Ideas, Uncategorized

Enjoy a bike ride in Elkhart County whether you have nerves — or legs — of steel or not

  By Sara Wakefield I am a nervous biker. My bike-related anxieties include but are not limited to: biking close to other people, biking close to ditches, biking close to traffic, changing gears on hills, and people opening car doors for me to run into. One of my favorite things about living in Elkhart County … Continued

Best of Elkhart County’s urban-rural fusion shine in new TV commercial

Posted on Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 in Amish, Bristol, Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury, Must See's & Stops, Nappanee, Northern Indiana, Places to eat, Shipshewana, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County, Trip Ideas

Best of Elkhart County’s urban-rural fusion shine in new TV commercial

By Terry T. Mark People in the greater Chicago and Indianapolis region are getting a taste of the eclectic dining, music and shopping scene in Elkhart County thanks to a partnership between the Elkhart County Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development. A TV commercial featuring footage from Amish Acres, Artisan, … Continued

Top 10 hidden gems along the Heritage Trail

Posted on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 in Bristol, Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury, Must See's & Stops, Nappanee, Places to eat, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County, Trip Ideas

Top 10 hidden gems along the Heritage Trail

  By Sara Wakefield Here are the top 10 places along the Heritage Trail that I (and my friends) think more people should know about. While these Heritage Trail gems are not exactly hidden, they’re definitely off the beaten path. In the order of the Heritage Trail driving tour, which starts at the Elkhart County … Continued

Families welcome at refurbished Goshen Brewing Company

Posted on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 in Goshen, Must See's & Stops, Places to eat, Things to do in Elkhart County

Families welcome at refurbished Goshen Brewing Company

  By Eric Strader Goshen Brewing Company is located just blocks from the Goshen Theatre, the Goshen Farmer’s Market and other entertainment venues located on Main Street. Ample parking is available in the city lot, adjacent to the brewery. After entering the gate, customers can follow the walk through the lawn to the front door … Continued

Goshen Brewing Co. owner turned daydreams into brewhouse

Posted on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 in Goshen, Must See's & Stops, Northern Indiana, Places to eat, Things to do in Elkhart County

Goshen Brewing Co. owner turned daydreams into brewhouse

  By Eric Strader GOSHEN — In 2005, Goshen Brewing Co. owner Jesse Sensenig and his wife, Amanda, were living in Colorado, a state known for breweries. While there, they fell in love with the beer culture. “We would visit Odell Brewing Company and New Belgium Brewing, and the employees all seemed to be having … Continued

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