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Witness ‘Birth of a State’ in Corydon

How long has it been since you’ve been invited to witness a 200+-year-old birth? The answer is never—at least I hope so! This is a real invitation for you and everyone else from Indiana to participate in a special bicentennial Read more >

High Adventure Deep Under Southern Indiana

About a year and a half ago I visited my first Indiana caves and it was an extraordinary experience. You get to wander through caves that other explorers have discovered. I often thought about what it would be like for Read more >

Hendricks County Civil War Heritage Days Expands with Grand Ball, Food Court, June 23-24

For one of only two battles fought north of the Mason-Dixon line, Indiana sure celebrates the Civil War era quite a bit (the Battle of Corydon took place on July 9, 1863 in Corydon, IN, our first state capital). This Read more >

2011 Leaf Cams – Watch the Color!

Hankering to see the leaves change? Check out these 2011 leaf cams: Spring Mill State Park, Mitchell Brown County State Park Harrison County, Corydon Purdue University Know of another leaf cam that didn’t make the list? Add it via the Read more >

Beat the Heat with Tasty Local Treats

It’s hot outside and there’s no better way to cool off than with a delicious ice cream cone or milkshake! Creamy ice cream  makes a perfect treat on a summer afternoon and Indiana is filled with local restaurants that dish Read more >

Corydon, Indiana and The Kintner House Inn

Indianapolis wasn’t always our state capital. It was the capital of the Indiana Territory from 1813 – 1816. After we became a state, it remained the capital until 1825. (Vincennes was actually our first state capital.) The little town of Read more >