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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 >

A Little Taste of Fall at Brooke’s Candy Company

With the brisk weather quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to reintroduce yourself to your favorite fall comfort foods. For me, this includes sweets…and lots of them. So when I heard about the famous Belgian chocolate toffee made at Read more >

I’ll Have a Side of Theatre with My Dinner

During a visit to Poland this past year, I was fortunate to have a host with a reverent passion for classical music. He shared with my sister and I Poland’s rich musical history and the great work of Polish composer, Read more >

Living Lightly Fair in Muncie: September 10

Living Lightly in Muncie is this Saturday, September 10, and it’s the perfect way to end Going Local Week in Indiana. Living Lightly is a FREE resource fair for sustainable lifestyles, held each September on the Minnetrista campus in Muncie, Indiana. Living Lightly is Read more >

Explore NW Indiana’s Largest Corn Maze From August 26 – October 30

You could, quite literally, run nearly a third of a marathon in Exploration Acres’ 18-acre corn maze. Exploration Acres operates the largest corn maze in northwest Indiana, with five different mazes, all differing lengths and levels of complexity, for a Read more >

Indiana Pumpkin Patches and Apple Orchards

It’s fall in Indiana and with just a couple weeks left until Halloween, it’s time to get your pumpkins! There are dozens of pumpkin patches throughout the Hoosier State where you spend the afternoon. Many places are also apple orchards, Read more >

Nienaber’s Farm Market

I love to spread the joys of fall throughout the season. A trip to the apple orchard one weekend, pumpkin patch the next.  But if autumn is passing you buy more quickly than you’d like, and you need to check Read more >

Danville’s Scarecrow Contest and Festival

If you happen to be traveling on US 36 through Danville and see all the people standing around the courthouse, you might want to take a closer look.  The tufts of straw coming out of shirt sleeves and pant legs suggests these Read more >

Chesterton’s European Market

As summer comes to a close, towns all over Indiana say goodbye to farmer’s market bounties until the spring.  Last week, I had the opportunity to visit Chesterton, Indiana’s European Market.  My senses were delighted with the smell of freshly Read more >

Beasley’s Orchard in Hendricks County Gears Up For Fall

Fall has, well, fallen, and to me that always means apples and pumpkins. I know we can get apples in the summer, but summer is not my apple season. That’s because I think more of apple cider and apple pie Read more >