Topic: Festivals

7 reasons Elkhart County will have an amazing 2017

Posted on Monday, January 23rd, 2017 in Bristol, Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury, Nappanee, Northern Indiana, Outdoor, Quilt Garden Tour, Shopping, Things to do in Amish Country, Wakarusa

7 reasons Elkhart County will have an amazing 2017

  By Terry T. Mark It’s easy to feel a little down in January. Days with sunshine are few and far between. Cold rain or sleet are part of the mix, if we’re lucky. The glow of Christmas is in the rear-view mirror and spring seems too far in the distance. I’m fortunate to have … Continued

Maple Syrup Festival starts off Elkhart County’s celebration of Indiana Bicentennial

Posted on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 in Northern Indiana, Places to eat, Things to do in Amish Country, Wakarusa

By Terry T. Mark WAKARUSA — The annual Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival is a beloved community tradition, especially the popular pancakes-and-sausage meal, but the 2016 edition is adding a bit of an historical flair. The festival, which opened today, April 22, and continues through Sunday, April 24, is one of several Bicentennial Legacy Projects throughout Elkhart … Continued

Pick Your Fall Fun in Amish Country

Posted on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 in Uncategorized

Pick Your Fall Fun in Amish Country

Grab a bucket and stroll the orchards at Kercher’s Sunrise Orchard in Goshen for some great picks. Their apple trees are loaded with more than a dozen popular varieties ranging from Braeburn to Rome Beauty and perfect for baking and munching.  After pickin’ do some sippin’.  Tap a chilled cup of fresh-pressed apple cider from … Continued

Fairs and Festivals

Posted on Monday, May 13th, 2013 in Things to do in Amish Country

It’s Fair and Festival time! Here’s a listing of the Fairs and Festivals happening in our area during June – October. These great family friendly events guaranteed to keep everyone plenty busy this summer. Click on the event to find out all the information. Rhaspody in Green Wakarausa Blue Grass Festival Shipshewana Quilt Festival WHME … Continued

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