Topic: Indiana

Second Saturday Nappanee Bicycle Festival

Posted on Friday, September 5th, 2014 in Uncategorized

Second Saturday Nappanee Bicycle Festival

There’ll be plenty of pedal pushers during the Second Saturday Nappanee Bicycle Festival, September 13, on East Market Street (US 6 East).  Happenings include a 6-mile Memorial Bike Ride, Bike Rodeo and BMX Stunt Shows.  All bike events are free!  Add to the fun with vendors, bicycle demos, prizes, giveaways and more.  So join the … Continued

Fun & Fabulous Finds on Main Street

Posted on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 in Must See's & Stops, Places to eat, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County

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 … Continued

Best of Summer in Amish Country

Posted on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 in Must See's & Stops, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County, Where To Stay

Best of Summer in Amish Country

Even More  Summer Fun … Get out and go, and let the Heritage Trail audio driving tour guide you to the best of summer in Amish Country.  Travel country roads frequented by Amish buggies and stop at roadside stands brimming with just picked sweet corn, fresh-from-the-vine tomatoes and a bounty of other summer crops.  Visit … Continued

Bring on the Summer Fun

Posted on Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 in Must See's & Stops, Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County

Bring on the Summer Fun

Get on the summer fun wagon. Hop aboard a horse drawn tram to join the excitement at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair, July 18-26, in Goshen, Indiana. It ranks among the nation’s biggest and best, boasting a giant Midway and row upon row of food vendors serving tasty and sometimes surprising fair treats (like deep-fried … Continued

Make Your Summer Swing

Posted on Monday, June 2nd, 2014 in Things to do in Elkhart County

Make Your Summer Swing

The Elkhart Jazz Festival Join the fun when downtown Elkhart sways to the rhythms of red-hot and cool jazz.  Nearly 100 world-class jazz artists bring crowds to their feet at the 27th Elkhart Jazz Festival, June 20-22.  Headliners include Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Aaron Neville and Fourplay along with a host of other jazz greats … Continued

It’s Time for Some Flower Power

Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 in Must See's & Stops, Things to do in Elkhart County

It’s Time for Some Flower Power

The Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail begins May 30, and this year it’s bigger and better than ever showcasing 20 quilt gardens and 21 quilt art murals. Be sure to see the four eye-popping additions to the line-up. A corner lot is coming up roses – actually it’s mostly begonias and petunias – as … Continued

Don’t Miss These Sensational Sips along the Heritage Trail!

Posted on Thursday, April 10th, 2014 in Must See's & Stops, Places to eat, Things to do in Elkhart County

Don’t Miss These Sensational Sips along the Heritage Trail!

Sip not dip the Breakfast Cookies Stout packed with the flavor of cocoa nibs at Iechyd Da Brewing Company 317 North Main Street, Elkhart Iechyddabrewingcompany.com | 574.293.0506 Get a taste of Havanna – hold the cigar – with a mid-afternoon café Cubano at Electric Brew 118 East Washington Street, Goshen TheElectricBrew.com | 574.533.5990 Experience fizzy … Continued

Andrew Skipper Everyday Visits the Daily Grind in Elkhart, IN

Posted on Friday, November 8th, 2013 in Places to eat, Things to do in Elkhart County

Located just steps away from Elkhart’s RiverWalk Culture Trail is the historic Green Block on Lexington Avenue. A fixture of downtown Elkhart, The Daily Grind has called this block home for over 17 years. While it’s known for being the local coffee shop, The Daily Grind offers much more to local residents and visitors alike. … Continued

Andrew Skipper Visits Elk River Upcycle in Elkhart, Indiana

Posted on Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 in Shopping, Things to do in Elkhart County, Uncategorized

Going “green” is a trend many businesses have embraced and I only see that increasing over the coming years.  But did you know that you can also shop “green?”  Stores that specialize in architectural salvage and vintage pieces help the environment because they prevent many items from going into landfills.  The bonus is that quite … Continued

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