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2020 Calendar of Parke County Festivals and Events — Visit Mansfield Village at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival™. Continue reading
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2020 Calendar of Parke County Festivals and Events — Visit Mansfield Village at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival™. Continue reading
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As our businesses take precautions for the #Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please support local merchants during this difficult period. - Greencastle Offset Printing & Graphics serves the printing needs of Greencastle, Indiana, Putnam County, Indiana and nearby counties. We take great pride in our work and we have a talented design staff willing to assist you on your next project. — Call us today, 765-653-4026 or visit us at 20 South Jackson Street, Greencastle. Continue reading
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As our businesses take precautions for the #Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please support local merchants during this difficult period. - Greencastle Offset Printing & Graphics serves the printing needs of Greencastle, Indiana, Putnam County, Indiana and nearby counties. We take great pride in our work and we have a talented design staff willing to assist you on your next project. — Call us today, 765-653-4026 or visit us at 20 South Jackson Street, Greencastle. Continue reading
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As our businesses take precautions for the #Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please support local merchants during this difficult period. - Greencastle Offset Printing & Graphics serves the printing needs of Greencastle, Indiana, Putnam County, Indiana and nearby counties. We take great pride in our work and we have a talented design staff willing to assist you on your next project. — Call us today, 765-653-4026 or visit us at 20 South Jackson Street, Greencastle. Continue reading
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2020, Mansfield, Mushroom Festival, Car Show, Car Show, Mushroom Auction, Oldies, Food, Shopping, Vendors, Mansfield, Mansfield Village, Parke County, Covered Bridge Festival, Rockville, Indiana, Travel, Tourism, Photos, Photography, Adventure. Art, Festivals, Bridges, Covered Bridges, History, Foxs Overlook, Mansfield Village Bar & Grill, Continue reading
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2020, Mansfield, Mushroom Festival, Car Show, Car Show, Mushroom Auction, Oldies, Food, Shopping, Vendors, Mansfield, Mansfield Village, Parke County, Covered Bridge Festival, Rockville, Indiana, Travel, Tourism, Photos, Photography, Adventure. Art, Festivals, Bridges, Covered Bridges, History, Foxs Overlook, Mansfield Village Bar & Grill, Continue reading
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2020, Mansfield, Mushroom Festival, Car Show, Car Show, Mushroom Auction, Oldies, Food, Shopping, Vendors, Mansfield, Mansfield Village, Parke County, Covered Bridge Festival, Rockville, Indiana, Travel, Tourism, Photos, Photography, Adventure. Art, Festivals, Bridges, Covered Bridges, History, Foxs Overlook, Mansfield Village Bar & Grill, Continue reading
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The Clay Community Parks Association’s mission is to raise the level of community awareness of the county and city parks, to maintain, expand and beautify the parks, and to provide a master plan that will aid in securing important grants for ongoing projects. Currently the CCPA is working on securing monies to expand the walking trail at Craig Park and to add a pedestrian bridge which would complete the pathway. The board is also collaborating to develop a bike trail that will begin at Craig Park and follow the old CSX railroad right-of-way west toward Terre Haute. Continue reading
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Bowling Green Old Settlers Picnic is the oldest reunion in the state of Indiana dating back to 1868. Actually in 1854 it all began as a one day County Fair where settlers displayed their produce and were judged accordingly. People gathered with neighbors and visited with relatives. In the latter year it became a community picnic and has continued for over 151 years! Continue reading
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The Pioneer Cafe opened in late 2017 to a huge success. Named after the former Bowling Green high school basketball team, the Pioneers. Concentrating on great home made foods, a friendly family atmosphere and good old Hoosier hospitality. You’ll find the Pioneer Cafe a great place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They have incredible homemade desserts, Cappuccinos, Lattes, Frappuccinos, and the likes; you’ll find them all at the Pioneer Cafe! Continue reading
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BandWagon RV Rentals in Bowling Green doesn’t offer your typical RV’s for rent! Instead, they offer comfortable and affordable transportation for touring bands, musicians, caterers, and a variety of other players in the entertainment industry. The design of these RV’s, by local Marvin Clarke, has been revolutionizing the midlevel touring industry since 2009. Continue reading
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There’s a new shop in downtown Bowling Green. Brenda Wilkinson opened Stuff-n-Things Variety Store in mid March. She and husband Jim closed the doors on their store, Concrete Corner, and moved next door with this new venture. Inside Stuff-n-Things you’ll find old and new items including dishes, furniture, jewelry, metal signs, paintings, nick nacks, glassware, and almost anything you can think of. There’s a great variety that changes daily so you’ll want to check it out frequently! Continue reading
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In an unassuming little building on the north side of the square in downtown Bowling Green, you’ll find Ringtails and Tall Tales. This little store will surprise you with its large inventory. Ringtails and Tall Tales has been around since Joe Melin started the business in 2002 out of his garage. In 2012, local school teacher, Kevin Cook, helped Joe remodel the building and through coon hunting competitions and remodeling, they soon became partners in the business. Continue reading
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Once upon a time in a tranquil Indiana countryside, a storybook castle was built. But that is only the beginning of the story— You can actually become part of the “fairy tale” for it was designed as a sprawling elegant and majestic 10,000-square-foot, fourtower Bed and Breakfast called Clayshire Castle in the backwoods of Bowling Green, Indiana. Continue reading
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The age of knights, chivalry and pageantry returns to Clay County with the 7th annual Medieval Faire at the Clayshire Castle in Bowling Green this September 27 and 28. You will find many goods from several different merchants for pur chase at the Clayshire Castle Faire Artisan Marketplace right here in Clay County just like in Europe in by-gone days. Continue reading
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When you walk into The Farm and Company you feel like you’re in farm decor heaven. The couple renovated the Schopmeyer’s 1887, 2700 square-foot farm home a few years back and finding some old windows, Maria started painting on them, never with the intention of selling them. Her friends loved them and encouraged her to paint more. Before long she was selling these as well as other primitive decor. Continue reading
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If you want to take a step back in time, the Center Point Hardware is the place to be. From the minute you walk through the front door, it takes you back to a kinder, simpler time where a cold bottle of coke, good conversation, and fun is all a part of doing business. Continue reading
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The little town of Center Point Indiana in Clay County has a well-known research library. You will find over 6,000 file folders of Clay County surnames and records. In 1980 a group of Clay County citizens pooled their family research materials to start a genealogy library and formed the Clay County Genealogical Society, Inc. Continue reading
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Deak’s Fur Company, located in Staunton, Indiana, strives to supply the Hoosier outdoorsman with everything to enjoy his craft. Deak’s has been a family owned business for over 45 years. Continue reading
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You probably aren’t expecting to see a cattle drive in Clay County, Ind, but each March the Yegerlehners, owners of The Farm Connection in Clay City, gather friends and family to help drive their herd of cattle from their winter pasture to their summer grazing fields. Some 60 friends and family line up on each side of the cattle being led by tractor, and drive them some three miles down field and road in an Indiana-styled cattle drive. Continue reading
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Clay City Pottery is one of the few family potteries in the nation still making traditional stoneware and they are right here in Clay County! The Griffith family has been crafting kiln-fired clay into beautiful pieces of stoneware for 131 years. The fifth and sixth generations of the Griffith family are now working the family pottery. Continue reading
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Visiting the Mayberry Malt & Coffee Shoppe will take you back to that time with menu items straight from the Andy Griffith Show like Helen’s Hot Dog, Thelma Lou’s Taco Salad and Barney’s Banana Split. The menu includes hand-dipped and soft serve ice cream, burgers, wraps, coffee, and more. Continue reading
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When Darin Sinders, who suffers with Cerebral Palsy, graduated from Clay City High School in 2002 his parents, Don and Lucy Sinders, asked him what he wanted to do. He told them he wanted to open a gift shop. So, with the help of his sister, Sharadeth Deeter, Darin’s Doodads opened in downtown Clay City in 2002. Continue reading
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If you have never had a Butterfly Chop Sandwich from Miller’s IGA in Clay City—-You need to! Cut fresh in their meat department, hand breaded and fried, you can dress the sandwich to your desire or it is super good just plain! Continue reading