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12 Things To Do in Wabash County

Visit the Wabash County Courthouse I always love to visit a county seat to get a look at the courthouse. Each is so unique and Wabash has the distinction of being the first electrically lighted city in the world. At the Wabash County Courthouse, you’ll find one of the original lights inside that was…

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Pack-Up the Kids and Make Some Memories at Exhibit Columbus

Exhibit Columbus is rolling into town for its fifth year, presenting a perfect opportunity to pay this south-central Indiana city a visit and admire its stunning architecture. The latest batch of 13 site-responsive installations unveils on Aug. 21, staying up for outdoor viewing and interaction…

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These Quilt Gardens Have Wowed Visitors for 10 Years

The Quilt Garden at Krider World's Fair Garden in Middlebury also provides easy access to the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail. (Photo Courtesy Elkhart County, IN CVB) The 10th anniversary of the popular Quilt Gardens in Elkhart County will feature two new sites, a new Quilt Mural and one of the…

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You Have to See This Larger-Than-Life Art in Elkhart County

Seward Johnson's monumental sculpture, God Bless America, will tower over downtown Elkhart's Central Park this summer. It’s never been done before in Elkhart County and, really, only once anywhere in the world. The Quilt Gardens and the downtowns of Elkhart, Goshen, Nappanee, Middlebury, Bristol…

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Color, History & Culture: Top 10 Public Artworks in Muncie

Passing of the Buffalo - Muncie Many communities in Indiana - both large and small - have commissioned public artworks to beautify their communities over the past two-hundred years. Muncie, for example, has a long history of installing public art, going all the way back to the Indiana Gas Boom…

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