Fun & Fabulous Finds on Main Street
Get inspired to re-create a room or two at the Black Crow on Main in Elkhart. It’s packed with cleverly paired new and restyled furniture plus fun and funky accessories.
In Goshen, explore Found where you’ll feel like you’re perusing the stalls of artisans in faraway places. The shop owners travel the globe to pick up jewelry, textiles, art, artifacts and antiques to sell in their captivating store located in a historic downtown building. One of the most popular pieces of jewelry is the watche inspired by space.
At Old Creamery Antiques, a former creamery turned antique mall in Middlebury, every car enthusiast will be delighted with automotive memorabilia and pedal cars among other collectibles, as well as the information about the cheapest motor trade insurance that will be provided! Just make sure your car is properly registered and if not, you can renew registration here.
Enjoy the ambiance of tin ceilings at Antiques On The Square in Nappanee. This shabby-chic shop carries doll clothing, vintage jewelry, vintage linen, Indian artifacts and more.
Satisfy your sweet-tooth and get a big helping of nostalgia at Wakarusa’s Wakarusa Dime Store. While you’re there, be sure to try the world famous Jumbo Jelly Beans!
Photos clockwise: Black Crow on Main, Old Creamery Antiques, Found, Antiques on the Square, Wakarusa Dimestore
Taste of the Gardens
Wellfield Botanic Gardens, Elkhart
Spend a summer day strolling through beautiful gardens filled with sculpture and water features enjoying fine art, listening to talented musicians and sampling an array of tasty fare, wine and beverages. WellfieldGardens.org
High fashion is the theme for September’s celebration and Goshen’s Main Street is filled with music, food and family-friendly activities. Tour participating fashion retailers! See live mannequins in the windows and be sure to search inside the store for scavenger hunt items. CityOnTheGo.com
Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail
Now to October 1
20 glorious quilt patterned gardens and 21 quilt art murals adorn seven communities along the nationally recognized Heritage Trail and all are on view free of charge.
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