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Scenic Fall Drive in Shipshewana, Indiana

Typically when you roll into Shipshewana, you’re greeted by endless farms and open fields. It might be surprising to hear of the beautiful fall foliage that can be seen this time of year. The natural beauty here in LaGrange County can often be underappreciated, many people not knowing about hidden gems like the Pigeon River …

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15 Best Things to Do in Shipshewana, Indiana

This blog was originally posted on shipshewanatradingplace.com  By Anna Camburn Shipshewana brings simple living, Amish hospitality, amazing shopping, and fun activities to Northern Indiana. Take in the area’s best attractions including shopping the Midwest’s Largest Flea Market, catching a musical at the Blue Gate Theatre,  or eating a home-cooked Amish meal. (All group-friendly!) You’ll want to spend …

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10 Ways To Unplug In Shipshewana, Indiana

In many vacation destinations, adding more digital technology can make trip experiences less personable and more about being quick. Shipshewana is one of the few exceptions to that trend, where simple living is all we know. Making it the perfect destination to unplug. Check out these 10 ways to “unplug” in Shipshewana, Indiana: 1. Hollow …

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Pet-Friendly LaGrange County, Indiana

There’s always one downside for going on vacation, leaving that furry little friend to wonder why you’re not home at 5:42 like a usual day. So, why not just bring them along for the ride? You’d be surprised how pet friendly LaGrange County businesses are. Shipshewana Flea Market Visit on a Tuesday or Wednesday for …

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LaGrange Farmers Market

LaGrange Farmers Market- Fresh Baked Goods, Locally made crafts, Fresh roasted Coffee, beans or ground and brewed coffee, canned goods, locally grown produce    

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Howe Farmers Market

Every Saturday from May to October. Our market offers Fruits, Vegetables, cookies and baked goods under the Park Shelter. Homegrown by local farmers.  In the park, you will also have crafts made by locals.   TRAFFIC ALERT: SR 120 will be closed for a brief time.   Please use alternate routes: From the North SR 9 …

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4th of July Celebration

Road race, food, parade, puppet show, kids games, softball tourney, draft horse pull and big fireworks at dark. Parade at 5:30 pm.   CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE    

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Raber Patio Customer Appreciation Days

Providing exceptional backyard comfort with the most outstanding service experience for over 28 years! Join us for our end of the season sale with HUGE discounts on furniture and great odds & ends, Special Clearance on Poly Furniture styles (while supplies last,Clara’s home-made cookies and a hot cup of coffee!) Hours:  Saturday 9-4

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8 Things You Should Know About the Shipshewana Flea Market

By Anna Camburn Make the most of your visit to the Shipshewana Flea Market by reading these tips about hours, vendors, lodging and amish food! 1. Flea Market Hours The Shipshewana Flea Market is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from May to September. The mid-week hours add to the uniqueness of the seasonal flea market. Can’t make it …

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