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Upcoming Foodie Festivals Around Indiana

Just because the kids are back in school and the Indiana State Fair wrapped up yesterday doesn’t mean summer fun has to end. A great way to keep summer alive is by attending an outdoor festival, and if you’re like me, the best are Read more >

Kershaw, Tippin headline Vevay’s 41st Swiss Wine Festival

Dust off those boots, grab a cowboy hat and head to Vevay, IN, for an evening of country music along the scenic Ohio River–Switzerland County-style! Join country music legends Sammy Kersaw and Aaron Tippin at the 41st annual Swiss Wine Festival in Vevay, IN. The event will be held  Thurs., Read more >

Free Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Kokomo

Downtown Kokomo will be rockin’ this summer with free concerts throughout the season!  Most performances will take place at the Kokomo Arts Pavilion in Foster Park (located at the corner of Washington & Superior Streets in Downtown.)  All concerts are Read more >

Call for Artists, Rising Sun Festival of Fine Arts & Crafts

The deadline for entry for the 2012 Rising Sun Festival of Fine Arts and Crafts has been extended until June 15. The fourth annual event will take place Sept. 15 & 16 from 10am-5pm along the scenic waterfront in downtown Read more >

Get Your 2012 Indiana Festival Guide

It happens to me at least once a year. I’m in a conversation with a friend about what they did over the weekend, or I see pictures on Facebook, and I think, “I wish I had known THAT was going Read more >

Hendricks County Civil War Heritage Days June 25th and 26th

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Jaime Bohler Smith: Jaime Bohler Smith is a veteran of Indiana’s tourism industry, and joined the Hendricks County CVB in 2002 in her hometown of Danville, Indiana after several years with the Brown County, Read more >

Winter wildlife at Indiana’s zoos

While many zoos around the area close for the winter season, there are some fun events coming up that will let Indiana families experience animals of all shapes and sizes, despite the chill in the air. The largest event, Christmas Read more >

Christmas in November — Christmas Festivals Around Indiana

I’m writing this near the end of October, and it’s still entirely too early to start thinking about Christmas, but it’s not too early to start planning. And different civic and tourism groups around Indiana are already gearing up for Read more >

The Covered Bridge Festival: A New Type of Fall Fun

Parke County. What’s so special about a tiny county in Western Indiana? You’d be surprised. Parke County claims the title of the Covered Bridge Capital of the World and it hosts one of the biggest festivals incorporating covered bridges. The Read more >