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Thirty-Six Saloon

    The Thirty-Six Saloon has been a staple in Rockville, Indiana for many years. Located on Highway 36 about 30 miles North of Terre Haute and 60 miles West of Indianapolis. It started as a small bar, before my Read more >

More than Places to Go: That Book Place Annual Author Fair in Madison

If you’ve been following along little Indiana or my contributions to this blog, you may have noticed the assortment of places to visit around Indiana. But I fear I have withheld a very important piece of information from you here Read more >

For Love of the Game: A Small Town Tribute

You may have watched the classic basketball movie Hoosiers, about a small town Indiana basketball team that beats the big city school. But did you know that the movie was loosely based on the town of Milan, Indiana? Today’s small Read more >

Dive In! The Water is Fine at Big Splash Adventure Indoor Water Park

Treat the kids to a fun for the whole family type of escape, by heading to Big Splash Adventure Indoor Water Park and Resort in French Lick, Indiana. Read more >

Get Your Craft On In Hendricks County

Do you like to craft, but don’t like to have the mess in your house? Or do you wish you could make fun, creative and sometimes even useful items, but don’t know where to start? Here’s a tip. Head to Read more >

The Mayberry Cafe Experience

The Mayberry Café in Danville, IN, is a quaint, family owned diner with a special something that sets it apart.  You walk through the door of the café and are instantly transported to a simpler time, when family was most Read more >

Kelties – Blend of Inspired Food & Exceptional Service

Kelties has been a fixture in downtown Westfield for the last 7 years serving lunch, dinner and an award-winning brunch to the locals, providing etiquette training and catering for the surrounding area.  Focused on providing a friendly, fun experience in Read more >

Rest and romance await at Charley Creek Inn

On May 6, 1920, the Hotel Indiana opened in the town of Wabash to much fanfare. In the years that followed, it functioned as a hotel and then later as apartments. But next week, on May 6, 2010 — 90 Read more >