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About Carrie Lambert

Living in Indianapolis for over 10 years now, Carrie is no stranger to traveling throughout the state. She has worked at Conner Prairie and at the Indiana Office of Tourism. Now being at home with her four-year-old daughter, Carrie has even more opportunities to take advantage of Indiana's many attractions. Carrie receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for blogging. For more information, see our FTC Disclosure page.

Fountain Square

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Have you heard of Indy’s Cultural Districts? If not, then you really need to familiarize yourself. There are six districts in the city that offer a unique atmosphere for food, entertainment and more. A few weekends ago we spent the Read more >

Dig IN

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Now that I have to be rolled everywhere I go (thanks to eating my way through the State Fair) I have yet another great foodie event to attend – Dig IN!Returning for the sixth year, this festival is all about Read more >

Schimpff’s Confectionery (#video)

If you’ve read my blogs on Southeastern Indiana (three blogs: one, two and three) then you are sure to remember a highlight of my trip – Schimpff’s Confectionary. The sweetest people running the most adorable, quaint candy shop all in Read more >

Southeastern Indiana – Part I

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I love exploring new parts of the state and a few weeks ago I spent two days touring and exploring the southeastern part of the state – just over the river from Louisville. I spent equal time in Jeffersonville and Read more >

White River Canoe Company

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I think it has been over 15 years since I canoed, but when my daughter mentioned going last week I thought it sounded like a blast. I knew there was a place close to Indy and found White River Canoe Read more >

Visit Southeast Indiana

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I receive a monthly newsletter about all the events and activities going on in Southeast Indiana – Dearborn County specifically. In the last issue there was so much to do I knew I had to spread the word for all Read more >