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Etna Green Museum

338 S Walnut St, Etna Green, IN 46524
574-858-2632

Come discover the history of the town of Etna Green at this museum in Heritage Park. There are many items from the Etna Green School Alumni along with the basketball teams memorabilia. The museum is located in Heritage Park. Before you leave town, be sure to see the Mural painted by Robert A. Hudson at … Continued

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Tippy Creek Winery

5998 N 200 E, Leesburg, IN 46538
574-453-9003

Kosciusko County’s first farm Winery opened in June 2016. Wine is blended and bottled on-site. Large retail area to sip wine on the couches beside the beautiful fireplace. Over 14 wines to select from sweat to dry. Wine Slushies and wine flights and tastings. Outdoor patio with corn hole boards and live music May thru … Continued

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Evenyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection

302 W Market Street, Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-7812

Explore our museum:  Journey into Nappanee’s Past. Visit the Evelyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection, located in the Nappanee Center.  Explore Nappanee’s history through special exhibits and permanent displays, including “Hoosier” cabinets, a tribute to the city’s nationally-known cartoonists, a military display and the historic Hartman House.

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Mentone Chamber of Commerce

105 E Main St, Mentone, IN 46539
574-353-7417

This three-day event is normally held near the beginning of June or end of May. It features entertainment, games, food, a parade in the downtown area, a play area for kids, and a huge car, truck, motorcycle & tractor show. All entertainment events are free. Flea markets and crafters line the main street in our … Continued

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Chautauqua-Wawasee

702 E Lake View Rd, Syracuse, IN 46567
574-377-7543

Chautauqua is RARE programs – Recreation . Arts . Religion . Entertainment. We are excited and honored to be a member of the Chautauqua Network. Based in Oakwood Park on the shores of Lake Wawasee, we are committed to the communication and implementation of the Chautauqua concept by supporting all people in the development of … Continued

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Music in the Park

202 N Main St, North Webster, IN 46555
574-834-7461

The North Webster Town Park has live music each Friday, normally from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Come enjoy the beginning of the weekend near the shores of Webster Lake, just east of downtown North Webster at 405 South Dixie Drive. Bring your friends and your lawn chairs or blankets.

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Winona History Center

105 9th Street, Westminster Hall, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-372-5193

The Winona History Center tells about Winona Lake from 1895 – 1968. The museum includes galleries covering Spring Fountain Park, Winona as a Chautauqua site, the evangelist Billy Sunday, and gospel music pioneer Homer Rodeheaver.  Tours take about 45 minutes. Researchers can access special collections by contacting library@grace.edu.   Visitors can also tour the original home … Continued

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Billy Sunday Home Museum

1111 Sunday Ln, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-372-5193

Billy Sunday, former player for the Chicago White Stockings and preacher who galvanized religion to fight social evils, settled in Winona Lake in 1911. The Billy Sunday Home Museum holds the Sunday family’s belongings. Come to the Winona History Center in Westminster Hall, 105 Ninth Street, Winona Lake, for exhibits on Billy Sunday and a … Continued

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