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Madison Has July 4 Racing Fun

  During the early 1800s, Madison was a bustling town on the Ohio River in southern Indiana. Steamboats docked there, taking cargo up and down the river. After the railroad deflected business from the area several years later, citizens settled back, Read more >

A Taste of Hamilton County

From brunch to dessert, Hamilton County Tourism’s new Dining Guide has suggestions for anything and everything your taste buds desire. It’s the first time Hamilton County Tourism has produced a full-blown dining guide for visitors (or locals, no shame in Read more >

Swiss Wine Festival in Vevay, IN Celebrates 43rd Year

August in southern Indiana means it’s nearly time for the Swiss Wine Festival in Switzerland County. As a way to honor their Swiss roots, Vevay, Indiana, hosts the festival at Paul Ogle Riverfront Park right along the Ohio River. It’s Read more >

Three Rivers Festival is back!

Since 1969, Fort Wayne has celebrated the source of its founding, our three rivers, with a festival that brings the community together, the Three Rivers Festival. With each passing year, the festival grows and adds more fun to their lineup. This Read more >

2013 Vevay-Switzerland County celebrates Bicentennial-Oct. 4-13

It’s a 200th birthday party and you’re invited! Vevay-Switzerland County is celebrating their Bicentennial on October 4-13, 2013 with activities and events for all ages. Dubbed the “Birthplace of the First Successful Commercial Winery in the United States,” Switzerland County is also Read more >

Vevay, Indiana (Switzerland County) Celebrates Bicentennial October 4 – 13, 2013

Indiana turns 200 in a couple years, but do you know what turns 200 before that? Vevay, Indiana. They turn 200 this year, in October. A year later, Switzerland County (of which Vevay is the county seat) turns 200 too. Read more >

Five Wine Bars in Indianapolis

While Indianapolis is known for its sports, there are times you just want to relax with a little wine and friends. And while we’re not overrun with choices for strict wine bars, every bar and restaurant in town serves some Read more >