Festival of the Lakes
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by Andrea Pearce
1w ago
Now would be a good time to mark July 17 to 21 on your calendar and make plans to head for what is shaping up to be an epic celebration in Hammond. This summer marks the 20th anniversary of Festival of the Lakes, so the organizers are pulling out all the stops to make this the best year ever.  “As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, Festival of the Lakes strives to continue to be the festival that brings our diverse community together,” said Aileen Ibarra, special events coordinator for Hammond Parks and Recreation, “a place where family and friends come together and enjoy thrilling m ..read more
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Total Eclipse in Dubois County
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
Dubois County, located in southern Indiana, is a destination to experience the North American total solar eclipse. Sitting in the path of totality, Dubois County will experience darkness for approximately 3 minutes and 42 seconds just before 3:04pm EST on April 8, 2024. With ease of access off Interstate 64, Ferdinand and Huntingburg exits will be the gateways for traffic to flow into the communities including Jasper, where a wide variety of events are planned. Hotel accomodations, vacation rentals, and camping sites are still available. To view lodging, viewing locations, and events, click on ..read more
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Dark Side Bash in Downtown Vincennes
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
Dark Side Bash is three days of science, arts and music events, celebrating the North American total solar eclipse in 2024. A whole host of activities will be sponsored by various community groups from Saturday, April 6 through Monday, April 8. Everything is in and around Indiana’s First Main Street, downtown Vincennes, Indiana. Vincennes is in the center of the path of totality for the 2024 Eclipse. For up-to-date information at any time, be sure to follow us at https://www.facebook.com/vincennesknoxcountyeclipse. The post Dark Side Bash in Downtown Vincennes appeared first on Travel Ind ..read more
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French Lick Scenic Railway—Beer Tasting Train
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
Get ready for a one-of-a-kind experience aboard the French Lick Scenic Railway—introducing our first Beer Tasting Train! While you’re in town for the Solar Eclipse festivities, be sure to grab your tickets to this exciting new event on Saturday, April 6th, departing at 6:30PM EST! Step aboard and embark on a journey through the stunning landscapes of the Hoosier National Forest in southern Indiana, all while indulging in a delightful selection of craft beers! Our Beer Tasting Train offers passengers the chance to explore a variety of brews from local and regional breweries against the backd ..read more
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Lunar Fest at the White Diamond Lavender Farms
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
Begin this unforgettable pre-eclipse themed weekend by arriving early to get your seat or better yet, reserve a table in advance with your friends. Grab some tacos from the TaColumbus food truck and a drink from White Diamond bar and settle in for some lively entertainment.  Come jam with Madison’s premier party band, Rusty Bladen and the Livin’ Daylights at Lunar Fest! With 9 albums released and music in the MGM Major Motion Picture,“Madison,” this band knows how to entertain a crowd and get a party going with original music and well known cover songs. It’s a guaranteed good time! Show s ..read more
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Celebrating the Art of Living in Chesterton
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
“Celebrating the Art of Living”—might best be understood as the prospering of creativity in the service of tranquility, as the cultivation of the grace notes which smooth the edges and ease the frictions of the daily grind. And that motto might best be expressed in the Chesterton Arts District, a mostly walkable trail of safe spaces and shops dedicated to the deep cleansing breath. The European Market in our historic Downtown—open 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday from May through October—is the most bustling site in the Chesterton Arts District, with an outstanding selection of handcrafted jewe ..read more
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Indiana Wine Fair
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
What is the Indiana Wine Fair? The Indiana Wine Fair is a wine festival held every year at the Story Inn, 13 miles south of Nashville. This year is the 20th annual event! Who? Some of Indiana’s finest wineries, food trucks and vendors. Doing what? Doling out one-ounce pours to an appreciative audience, selling wines by the glass & bottles for carry-out. It is a great chance to build up your wine cellar! When? Saturday May 4th, 2024. Gate & food court open @ 12pm. Vendors will pour from 12-6pm. Where? Story Inn, 6404 State Road 135 S, Nashville. FROM NASHVILLE: The Inn is located 13 ..read more
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Enjoy the Lake Life & more in La Porte
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
story by CARRIE STEINWEG When it comes to bodies of water in Northwest Indiana, much of the attention goes to Lake Michigan. But not far from its shores is the City of La Porte, which has several beautiful lakes of its own that offer a different kind of vibe – one that is easily accessible, surrounded by natural beauty and a treasure for both locals and visitors. Stone Lake Add in the charm of a downtown county seat with unique boutiques, trendy eateries, casual coffee shops, quaint cafes, festivals and more – and you’ve got all the ingredients you need for a perfect getaway. Three main lakes ..read more
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Indiana’s Largest State Park
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
The ice has melted, the birds are chattering, and plants are greening. Spring is here and state parks are a great place to enjoy the season. Brown County State Park near Nashville, Indiana’s largest state park, offers 16,000 acres of activities and great lodging options. Immerse yourself in nature. Make the Abe Martin Lodge your base and choose from the accommodation that suits your group best. Options range from comfortable lodge and patio rooms (some wheelchair accessible) to suites, two-story and rustic cabins. All cabins come with heat, air-conditioning and a private bath. During the lodge ..read more
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Experience Whiting in the Spring
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by Andrea Pearce
2w ago
Spring is here and the City of Whiting is ready for the warmer weather, flowers blooming and people visiting & enjoying the small town. Springtime is the beginning of fun for Whiting, with most of the events starting in May. You can stop by the Oil City Stadium and catch a ball game, every third Wednesday of the month they hold Cruise Nights along 119th St, on Saturdays you can visit the Farmers Market in front of City Hall, and at the end of May they have the annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony. Starting in June you can head on down to the corner of Sheridan and 119th St and listen to ..read more
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