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Indiana's First Farm to Fork and Feast experience. Group Tours are forming now for the 2013 Season!
Self-guided and guided tours of 10 locations spanning over 75 miles. Here over 70 stories including that of the famed author Gene Stratton-Porter, a Confederate soldier, a renowned Indiana architect, quilt making sisters, and many more. Although tours are closed, Self-Guided Tours may be purchased online at: Tombstone Trail website .
We have added hundreds of events to our Spring & Summer Events Calendar. Be sure to check out the DETAILS on our Events Page.:
Every Friday May through October: Farmer's/Artisan Market: Farmers Markets. The Rome City Farmers/Artisan Market open on Friday in Rome City, IN. Every Friday beginning in May through October from 4 to 7 pm at Sycamore Park on S.R. 9 north by the dam. Info? contact the Rome City Chamber at 260-854-2412.
May 18 (Sat): Rubber Duck Race
Get your ducks together for the annual Rubber Duck Race and Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 18 at Hidden Diamonds Park, Albion, IN. There will be plenty of family friendly fun for everyone so come join in. For more information, contact Casey Myers at 260-636-2246.
May 18 (Sat.) Bluegrass Jam
Bluegrass Jams are back again at Bixler Lake beginning on Saturday, May 18, Kendallville, IN. These free musical gatherin For more information, contact the Park Department at 260-347-1064.
May 18 (Sat): International Bird Day Festival
Join Site staff for the International Migratory Bird Day Festival at the Gene Stratton-Porter Historic Site, Rome City, IN. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. $3 per person; reservations are required for kayak rental. Activities will include naturalist-led bird watching hikes through Sower's Woods, an opportunity to bird by kayak and a special craft. For more information or reservations, contact the site at 260-854-3790.
May 24-27 (Fri-Mon): Tri-State Bluegrass Festival
at the Noble County Fairgrounds, Kendallville, IN. For more information, contact Jim Winger at 260-918-4790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golfing, Hunting, Fishing, ski lakes, quiet lakes, shopping, antiques, historic sites - Noble County has it all. We know you will enjoy Noble County
Your dining options in Noble County range from hometown favorites, national chains and fast food, and lakeside pubs.
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