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Jay County Fiber Fest & Spin-In March 13-14

Crafters demonstrate processing fibers into yarn, classes, sheep shearing, lamb judging. Kate Larson a world renowned fiber artist will host a lecture.

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The story behind the music

Jon McLaughlin’s “Honest-to-Goodness Indiana”

What is Honest-to-Goodness Indiana? Well, one definition is embodied in our own Jon McLaughlin, an Anderson native and current Indianapolis resident. Jon has done so well on the pop music scene but has chosen to keep his feet and family firmly planted in his home state. When he heard about the new Honest-to-Goodness Indiana brand, he was very enthusiastic about writing an original song to help bring the idea to life through words and melody.

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40 Reasons to Love Indiana Winter

by Gail Hayes on

Indiana State Parks and Inns provide great fun year-round. For winter entertainment, stay indoors at one of the cozy inns or get out to enjoy the crisp winter air and fantastic hills and trails. Here are 40 things to love about Indiana winter!

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Danville Chocolate Walk

by Carrie Lambert on

It’s February and if you aren’t thinking about chocolate then you need to be. And what better way than to participate in the Danville Chocolate Walk. But, this isn’t your typical walk – 5k or otherwise … this one is all about the chocolate!”

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Experience the 2015 Final Four in Indianapolis

In addition to the basketball, don’t miss Final Four Fan Fest and free events such as concerts, open practices, youth initiatives, and much more.

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