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Sugar Camp Days at Bendix Woods County Park, March 16 & 17

Having spent 15 years up in northern Indiana, I realized there’s an awful lot of maple syrup in Indiana. Vermont may have the reputation of being the maple syrup capital, but Indiana has plenty of maple syrup to give the Read more >

The 50th Annual Parke County Maple Syrup Festival

The third weekend of February, 23rd and 24th, and the first weekend of March, 2nd and 3rd, marks the 50th annual Parke County Maple Syrup Festival in Rockville. March marks the time that maple syrup producers start tapping the local Read more >

The Indiana Scottish Highland Games and Festival 2012

I love all things Scottish (except maybe the shorter life span). I love bagpipe music. I love Scottish TV. I even love haggis — a mixture of sheep’s liver, lungs, and heart, with barley and other spices. It’s served in Read more >

A Couple of My Favorite Things…to do in Indiana

Hi, I’m Brooke Deady, and I am a junior at Butler University in Indianapolis. I am originally from Fort Wayne, IN. I have family members who live in Carmel, Terre Haute, Warsaw, and Tipton, so I’ve definitely gotten my fair Read more >

Oktoberfest at Traders Point Creamery October 13

I just experienced one of those picture perfect fall Saturdays, a day when I’m reminded why I love living in this part of the country. In my opinion, fall is best experienced out in nature, soaking up the colors and Read more >

Grammy Winners Seven Nations to Headline Scottish Highland Games and Festival

As a big fan of all things Scottish, I’m looking forward to the third annual Scottish Highland Games and Festival on Saturday, October 13th. The event goes from 9 am to 9 pm, and will be held at German Park, Read more >

Feast on October’s Fall Festivals – 2012

Though the kids are back in school, Indiana hasn’t finished celebrating its heritage of food and fun. Let the Hoosier state spice up your weekends with these exciting fall festivals. Check out these highlight events, then, find more in the Events Read more >

Mississinewa 1812, October 12 – 14, 2012

Living in Central Indiana, we know all about historic reenactment, thanks to Conner Prairie and the Civil War Days. But a little farther down on the niche historic reenactment scale is the Mississinewa 1812 festival. Held this year, October 12 Read more >

Vevay, Indiana Celebrates Fall with Sleepy Hollow Event

The only Disney movie to scare me so badly I’ve never seen it again was the Headless Horseman. I watched it once when I was 6, learned the story of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman, and swore I’d never Read more >