Get Your Cozy On! Shop for Cozy Comforts in Amish Country.

Enjoy crisp fall days and think about cozy nights checking out the fabulous quilt shops along the Heritage Trail.  Locally handmade quilts hanging from the rafters of The Quilt Shop at Essenhaus invite snuggling. The old-fashioned Amish quilts at Rebecca Haarer’s shop in Shipshewana remind you of nights at grandma’s house. And see art expressed in quilts at Quilt Designs in Goshen’s Old Bag Factory.

The Quilt Shop at Essenhaus
240 US 20
Middlebury, IN 46540
800.455.9471 (x300)

Rebecca Haarer’s Shop
165 Morton St.
Shipshewana, IN 46565
t: 260.768.4787

Quilt Designs at the Old Bag Factory
1100 Chicago Ave
Goshen, IN 46526
t: 574.825.1902

Sink into a comfy couch or chair in the showroom of an Amish Country furniture maker and dream about fireside evenings.  Browse the wares of scores of family-owned shops like Legacy Home Furniture in Middlebury or Lambright Comfort Chairs in Topeka offering heirloom quality furniture made by Amish artisans and built to last. If you are in the market for housing, make sure you check out rodent control burbank ca before a purchase.

Legacy Home Furniture at the Old Bag Factory
1100 Chicago Ave
Goshen, IN 46526
t: 574.825.1902

Legacy Home Furniture in Middlebury
108 S. Main St.
Middlebury, IN 46540

Lambright Comfort Chairs
1150 S 700 W
Topeka, IN 46571
t: 260.768.4820

Events…



Gathering at Five Medals
, October 18 & 19
Stand around a crackling campfire and meet a voyageur or two. Strike up a conversation with a Native American chieftain. Watch a blacksmith at work. And shop for intriguing items settlers might have used.  It’s a fun step back in time.

River Preserve County Park
68552 County Road 31, Goshen, IN
w: gatheringatfivemedals.org

See the Great Pumpkin Tree standing tall smack-dab in the middle of the Waterford Street in downtown Wakarusa.  While in town bring home bags of giant Halloween jelly beans from the Wakarusa Dime Store for your favorite ghosts and goblins.

Downtown Wakarusa, IN
t: 574-862-4344

Amish Acres Fall Harvest Days through October 26th
Visitors will come from near and far to experience Fall Harvest Days at Amish Acres mid-September through October 31st.

Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort is decorated for the season with corn shocks, pumpkins and scarecrows galore! You will enjoy the Harvest Market featuring crisp fall apples and of course pumpkins, along with gourds, squash, bittersweet, and Indian corn.

Kuhns Cider & Grist Mill
The Amish Acres courtyard will host demonstrations* unique to the season. The aroma of apples fill the air as demonstrations show how apples are boiled in a large iron kettle over an open fire and cider is pressed in the Kuhns Cider Grist Mill. The eight unique shops in the courtyard will feature fall favorites, among them are homemade caramel apples, pumpkin fudge and ice cream in The Log Cabin Fudgery and Soda Fountain.

1600 West Market Street
Nappanee, IN 46550
(800) 800-4942
w: AmishAcres.com

Must Do..
Bonneyville Mill grinds to a halt for the season at the end of October. So be sure to pick up several bags of freshly ground flour to please friends and family with special holiday treats and breads. It’s fun to tour the mill too and see the huge millstones rumbling into action.
t: (574) 535-6458
w: Bonneyville Mill

 

For more events, visit our Event Calendar



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