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Belove

804 G Park Ave, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-453-1575

Belove A marriage of: Bel Kai & MudLOVE The cozy garage that is now the home of Belove started as the original MudLOVE. Specializing in handmade clay goods like pottery, bracelets, and necklaces, MudLOVE eventually outgrew the garage and opened a flagship store in downtown Warsaw. In the midst of growth, MudLOVE fell in love … Continued

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K & K Soy Products

7132 S 1300 W, Mentone, IN 46539
574-328-0769

Visit Kerry and Kim Goshert’s sixth generation farm in Mentone to learn about the process of soy production and the benefits of using their soy products. With K & K Soy Products, you are guaranteed to receive 100% soy wax candles that burn 99% soot free and contain high- quality fragrance oils. Your group will … Continued

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Pottery Bayou

806 Park Ave, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-267-2655

At Pottery Bayou, you’re the artist! This “paint-your-own-pottery” studio allows you to create your own unique master pieces in a creative, fun atmosphere. Come alone or with a group to create personalized gifts. Or design and make your very own fused glass jewelry. Approximately 2 hours.

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Jas. Townsend & Son, Inc.

133 N First St, Pierceton, IN 46562
574-594-5852

Jas Townsend & Son is a family business. For over 35 years we have helped historical reenactors, movie makers and theatrical companies find items including clothing and other goods appropriate for 1750 to 1840. We make and sell 18th Century items to re-enactors, historical sites, TV productions and Movies. We have a free catalog of … Continued

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Warsaw Cut Glass

505 S Detroit St, Warsaw, IN 46580
574-267-6581

You’re sure to find a treasure here – goblets, pitchers, platters and bowls, all in gleaming hand-cut crystal with a history dating back to 1911 when the Warsaw Cut Glass Company opened in this community. It’s one of the last U.S. companies cutting glass in its original building with vintage machinery. Watch glasscutters work their … Continued

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