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Indiana Pacers Fans Can Score Basketball Bargains

I know the Indiana Pacers are the state’s NBA basketball team. I know that there are players named Granger, Hansborough, Hill and George. I know that the Pacers play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. And that about covers everything I know Read more >

Muncie Children’s Museum

The Muncie Children’s Museum offers 24,000 square feet of indoor space for kids to play in northeast Indiana. Links to coupon and savings offers as well. Read more >

Girls’ Trip to Richmond (#video)

I spend a lot of time traveling around Indiana, and it almost always includes my two little boys (3 years old and 9 months). Needless to say, I often have my hands full when we’re on the road. So I Read more >

Elkhart’s Celebrate the Arts

One of the top items on my Indiana bucket list is the quilt gardens in Amish Country in northern Indiana. I’ve heard that they are so beautiful, and for someone who loves flowers as much as I do, I’m sure Read more >

Save with Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs Go! Packages

I don’t know about you, but this unseasonably warm weather we’ve been experiencing around Indiana has me ready to dive right into summer. I’m already planning our weekend getaways, long hikes through the woods, trips to the pool and some camping adventures. One Read more >

Did you say FREE?!

Why yes, yes I did. Conner Prairie, Indiana’s only Smithsonian affiliate will open it’s doors with free admission on Saturday Sept. 24, 2011 as part of the national Museum Day. This day is meant as a celebration of the dissemination Read more >

Indiana Museums Participating in Museum Day – Sept. 24, 2011

Take a day-trip on September 24 and visit a new museum, for free! Download your ticket here: Free Museum Day is September 24 and that means you can get free admission to 34 Indiana museums. The full list of Indiana Read more >

Having Fun, Saving Money at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo

Prior to this weekend’s trip, my only experience “visiting” Fort Wayne has consisted of flying by it as I drove along I-69 on my way to other places. What a shame, because as I learned during a quick overnight trip this weekend that Read more >

Stay Connected with the #INStateFair

The Indiana State Fair hasn’t even started, and yet I already feel like it’s in full swing. Perhaps that’s because I don’t want to miss a thing, so I’ve been following the Fair on Twitter and Facebook, reading the Blue Ribbon Read more >