Archive for the ‘Adventures in Northern Indiana’ Category

Round Barn Theatre 2016 Season

February 5th, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

Round Barn Theatre 2016 SeasonAmish Acres recently announced the Round Barn Theatre 2016 Season, titled “New To Me,” and it’s loaded with classics and favorites sure to delight and entertain everyone!

Amish Acres Round Barn Theatre is northern Indiana’s only professional repertory theatre company, making it the go-to place for those seeking live, stage performances in Northern Indiana Amish country.

The Round Barn Theatre 2016 Season – April 13th through December 31st – features lots of fun and entertainment with its seven scheduled productions, including some special surprises designed to make these classic shows new again – thus the theme of the Round Barn Theatre 2016 Season: “New To Me’!

Read the rest of this page »

Proud to Be An Amish Country B&B

December 18th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Scottish Bed & Breakfast - an Amish Country B&BIt is hard to believe 2015 is already over. It’s been an amazing year with some truly fantastic guests staying at our Northern Indiana Amish Country B&B. So often we end up feeling as if we’re hosting friends rather than just random travelers.

People stay with us in our Amish Country B&B for lots of reasons – whether they’re traveling on business through Northern Indiana and enjoy a mid-week stay at Scottish Bed & Breakfast, are here for Notre Dame football weekends, holiday, a quilting or scrap-booking retreat, or are simply enjoying an Amish Country getaway.

Read the rest of this page »

Visit Ruthmere Mansion for the Holidays

November 13th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Ruthmere Mansion and Museum - Elkhart, INRuthmere Mansion and museum in Elkhart, IN is always a great place to visit but if you haven’t seen this historic house and campus decked out for the end of the year holidays, you really ought to!

Designed and built in 1910 by E. Hill Turnock, Ruthmere Mansion was initially home for Albert R. and Elizabeth Baldwin Beardsley and the center of Elkhart’s social circle during the gilded age.

Read the rest of this page »

Discover the Marshall County Museum!

October 2nd, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Visit the Marshall County MuseumThe Marshall County Museum, located in Plymouth, IN, always has an exhibit or timely event that will entertain and educate – such as the upcoming Halloween Ghost Walk!

You never know what you’ll find on display at the Marshall County Museum, as the Marshall County Historical Society works hard to keep the displays fresh and the calendar full – which helps to explain why it received the 2014 Indiana Historical Society Award for “remarkable public services and programs provided to its community!”

Read the rest of this page »

Visit Nappanee’s Dutch Village Market!

September 18th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Dutch Village MarketIf you’ve a hankering for some good, old fashioned fun in Northern Indiana Amish country then a visit to Nappanee’s Dutch Village Market is just the ticket!

At first blush, the Dutch Village Market in Nappanee might not sound like much of an attraction – oh, boy: a market – but Dutch Village Market is so much more than just your typical market!

Read the rest of this page »

It’s Up, Up, And Away On A Bremen Hot Air Balloon Ride!

August 21st, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

It's up, up, and away on a Bremen Hot Air Balloon Ride!

Get a new perspective with a
Bremen Hot Air Balloon Adventure!

There’s nothing like floating high as a bird above scenic Northern Indiana Amish Country – and now you can with a Bremen hot air balloon ride!

Hot air ballooning was humanity’s first successful challenge to gravity and, though we have far surpassed it now with jets and rockets, many would say hot air ballooning is still one of the purest forms of manned flight – and you can experience the simple grace and elegance of ballooning with a Bremen hot air balloon trip.

Read the rest of this page »

Learn the Amish-Mennonite Story at Menno-Hof

July 24th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Learn the Amish-Mennonite Story at Menno-HofIf you’re interested in the Amish-Mennonite story – a fascinating and beautiful history full of faith, craft, ingenuity, and community – then you’ll definitely want to take in Shipshewana’s Menno-Hof.

Menno-Hof creatively interprets and presents the history and values of the Anabaptists (the Amish-Mennonites), providing a variety of opportunities to learn about and experience the Amish-Mennonite world.

Read the rest of this page »

Don’t Miss the 2015 Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival

July 10th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival 2015The 53rd annual Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival is known as one of America’s premier arts & crafts festivals scheduled for August 6th through 9th, 2015 – where will you be?

If you love unique, handcrafted quality and style then I hope your answer to the above question was “at the Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival!” This incredible event involves well over 300 separate vendors from nearly 250 cities in over 30 states offering some of the most fantastic and diverse arts, crafts, and other handmade goods.

Read the rest of this page »

The Best of South Bend Museums

June 17th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

The Best of South Bend Museums - The Studebaker National Museum

See classic cars and more at the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend!

There’s nothing quite like a museum to inform, excite, and catch your interest. The number of unique and amazing South Bend museums could keep you busy for weeks!

We love a good museum and we’ll bet you do, too! Musuems needn’t be dusty, stodgy, boring places and the better ones aren’t. Many South Bend museums explore some unique and unusual subjects – or display some more common things in unique and unusual ways!

Here’s a list of some of the best that South Bend museums have to offer

Read the rest of this page »

Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail 2015

June 10th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail 2015If you appreciate quilting, flowers, and gardening, then you’ll LOVE touring Indiana’s Amish Country Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail – open May 30th through October 1st, 2015.

Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail is more than a million vibrant blooms in 19 patchwork quilt inspired gardens, along with 21, giant, hand-painted, quilt-themed murals are spread across 7 Northern Indiana Amish Country communities along Indiana’s acclaimed self-guided Heritage Trail driving tour.

Read the rest of this page »

Amish Acres’ Round Barn Theatre 2015 Season

March 17th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

The Round Barn Theatre at Amish AcresAmish Acres’ Round Barn Theatre has released the schedule of its upcoming, fun-filled 2015 season: The Circle of Life Season: Round and Round We Go!

Northern Indiana’s only professional repertory theatre company, the Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres has produced well over 100 musicals since 1998 and has garnered rave reviews and a sterling reputation in the process.

2015’s schedule makes it clear they intend to continue the tradition!

Read the rest of this page »

Travel Back In Time at the Bremen Holy Walk 2014

November 15th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Bremen Holy Walk 2014How would you like to visit the world of the Nativity? To not just view statues of it from the sidelines but actually enter into that very first Christmas in Bethlehem? You can at the Bremen Holy Walk!

We all know the Nativity – it’s everywhere this time of year from big displays in people’s yards, to tiny ones on their mantle, to re-enacted versions on television specials – but to be able to actually travel back in time to witness the Nativity … now that would be something.

Read the rest of this page »

Tour the South Bend Chocolate Company

October 18th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

The South Bend Chocolate CompanyChocolate is a wonderful holiday treat that makes a great gift, and The South Bend Chocolate Company not only makes wonderful chocolates but also a day’s outing with tours of their chocolate factory and chocolate museum!

A lot of people immediately picture Willy Wonka’s when they hear “chocolate factory tour” but, while the South Bend Chocolate Company doesn’t employ Oompa Loompas, have a river of chocolate, or use a great, glass elevator to get around their building, it’s still a fun and fascinating place to tour!

Read the rest of this page »

Visit Bonneyville Mill

October 11th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Bonneyville Mill County ParkVacation time is often described as an attempt to break out of the daily grind – well, what if I told you that you could accomplish that very thing by visiting a daily grind? Bonneyville Mill, a historic grist mill in Bristol, IN that still grinds corn, wheat, rye and buckwheat the old-fashioned way: slowly and methodically with massive grist stones.

Bonneyville Mill, in the center of beautiful, Bonneyville Mill County Park, is a functioning grist mill and fascinating window to the past that you can visit and tour. It’s historic facilities are open to visitors May through October, while the expansive park it is in is open year-round!

Read the rest of this page »

Fall Flower Carpets Along The Heritage Trail

September 13th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Fall Flower Carpets Along The Heritage Trail

Summer is busy changing into fall and, in northern Indiana, that means it’s time once again for the colorful Fall Flower Carpets Along The Heritage Trail!

Read the rest of this page »

»