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Flea Itinerary: Market

2 Days/1 Night - May-Oct.

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DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. From the Town Center go down the road a bit to begin your Amish heritage experience at Menno-Hof, across the street from the Flea Market. A story rather than a museum, MennoHof offers an inside look at the life and history of the Mennonite and Amish. Set aside 2-3 hours for your visit. Afternoon: Depending on the day of your visit, there are many locations to stop for a delicious lunch. One suggestion might be the Wana-Cup Restaurant located across the street from your next stop! After lunch, walk across the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Located in the Yoder's Shopping Center is Miller's Buggy Line Tours. They offer an assortment of buggy rides, farm tours, back road tours and step-on guides. Evening: After your afternoon of sightseeing, check into your over-night accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel. DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. May to October is season to visit the Midwest's largest outdoor Flea Market with 900 plus vendors. Set aside 3-4 hours to shop the flea market. Afternoon: After a morning full of bargain shopping, enjoy a delicious, home cooked meal at the Auction Restaurant or pick up one of many carry-out options throughout the Flea Market. Afterwards, take a step next door to Yoder's Meat and Cheese Co. where you can find over 150 cuts of the finest meat and over 100 varieties of cheese. Then take one step further to Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes, where you will find beautifully hand-crafted furniture and accents, clothing, kettle corn and many other items. Then head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Merchantile. If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

TownWide Festivals

Town-Wide Pajama Sale 1st Saturday in February. Shipshewana MayFest First Friday & Saturday in May. Memorial Day - 3 Day Flea Market May 31, June 1 & 2, 2010. Hours 8am-5pm. Most Shipshewana shops open Memorial Day. Independence Day - 3 Day Flea Market July 5, 6, & 7, 2010. Hours 8am-5pm. Shipshewana Antique Festival 1st Saturday in August. Labor Day - 3 Day Flea Market September 6, 7, & 8, 2010. Hours 8am-5pm. Fall Crafters Fair Second Thursday, Friday & Saturday in October. Christmas in Shipshewana Events planned throughout November and December. Shipshewana Ice Festival December 28-31, 2010. For more information on each event go to www.Shipshewana.com.

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Itinerary:

4 Days/3 Nights - May-Oct.

DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. From the Town Center go down the road a bit to begin your Amish heritage experience at Menno-Hof, across the street from the Flea Market. A story rather than a museum, MennoHof offers an inside look at the life and history of the Mennonite and Amish. Set aside 2-3 hours for your visit. Afternoon: Depending on the day of your visit, there are many locations to stop for a delicious lunch. One suggestion might be the Wana-Cup Restaurant located across the street from your next stop! After lunch, walk across the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Located in the Yoder's Shopping Center is Miller's Buggy Line Tours. They offer an assortment of buggy rides, farm tours, back road tours and step-on guides. Evening: After your afternoon of sightseeing, check into your over-night accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel. DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy complimentary continental breakfast at the hotel. May to October is season to visit the Midwest's largest outdoor Flea Market with 900 plus vendors. Set aside 3-4 hours to shop the flea market. Afternoon: After a morning full of bargain shopping, enjoy a delicious, home cooked meal at the Auction Restaurant or pick up one of many carry-out options throughout the Flea Market. Be sure to try the pie, visitors say it's the best around! Either continue shopping at the Flea Market or head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including the Davis Merchantile. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile! Set aside 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. Evening: Enjoy a fabulous dinner at the Frontier Steakhouse just up the road a bit. A great atmosphere perfect after a long day of shopping! After dinner, you might consider soaking your feet for awhile in the hot tub before enjoying another good night's rest at your hotel.

Flea Market & Summer Fun

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DAY 3 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head across the street to Yoder's Meat and Cheese Co. where you can find over 150 cuts of the finest meat and over 100 varieties of cheese. Then take one step further to Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes, where you will find beautifully hand-crafted furniture and accents, clothing, kettle corn and many other items. Then continue your shopping south along SR 5 (Van Buren Street) and stop at the many shops lining the way. Set aside 2-3 hours to discover these unique shops. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. Continue your shopping adventure by traveling west on 250N out of town towards Middlebury, Indiana. On your way there you will come across Deutsch Kase Haus, there you can watch cheese being made in the Amish tradition. Then your next stop is at the Dutch Country Market where they specialize in local made foods and crafts. You may even be able to watch noodle making and honeybees at work! Evening: Continue your drive into Middlebury and have dinner at Das Dutchman Essenhaus, followed by some more shopping at the Essenhaus Village Shops and the Essenhaus Bakery. After you have a filling and delicious dinner, come on back to the Farmstead Inn where one more peaceful night awaits you. DAY 4 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head next door to the Trading Place Antique Gallery. The 31,000 square foot facility housing over 100 dealers is sure to keep you entertained for quite awhile! Plan on 1-2 hours to thoroughly explore the Gallery. After you're done at the Gallery, go to the Shipshewana Town Center. Located there is "The most complete collection of Hudsons in the world". Hostetler's Hudson Auto Museum is sure to interest any car enthusiast. Plan on 1 hour to go through the Hudson Museum. Afternoon: Once you have finished cruising through the museum, head on back to the downtown area to find yourself some lunch at one the many options available. Then spend the rest of your time finishing up any last minute shopping! If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Itinerary:

3 Days/2 Nights - May-Oct.

DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. From the Town Center, drive just a few minutes to Wolcottville, Indiana where you will enjoy a tour at Cook's Bison Ranch. Ride in a wagon, feed the buffalo and then enjoy a bison burger for lunch! Afternoon: After your morning of touring, head back to Shipshewana. Before you begin the rest of your afternoon, you might want to briefly check into your over-night accommodations at the Farmstead Inn, then head across the street to visit the Midwest's largest outdoor Flea Market with 900 plus vendors. Set aside 3-4 hours to shop the flea market. Evening: After you've had your full of bargain shopping, grab an early home-cooked meal at the Auction Restaurant or pick up one of many carry-out options throughout the Flea Market. After a long day of touring and shopping, you'll be ready for a good night's rest in your comfy room at the Farmstead Inn. DAY 2 All Day: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head down the road to Wana-Waves at Splash Universe. Wana-Waves is the only year-round indoor water park in the area. You can splash down the Dual Vortex Water Slides; get dumped on by the 500 gallon Tipping Bucket; spend time at the Shooting Star Arcade or just relax by the pool side! When it's time for lunch, the Clear Spring Restaurant or the Snack Barn is there waiting for you! Evening: If you're not exhausted from all the day's excitement you can head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, familystyle home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a family-friendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner and entertainment, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel.

Flea Market Family Fun

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DAY 3 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Mercantile. At Davis Mercantile you'll find an array of shops to delight you. Don't forget to visit the top floor of the Mercantile building to see, and ride, the 100 year old Denzel Carousel with hand carved farm animals. After your Carousel ride, don't miss Aunt Millie's Fresh Candy and Nuts and the Red Wagon Toy Shop. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, you may stop by one of the many quaint and tasty lunch spots located throughout the downtown area. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile!

If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Itinerary:

3 Days/2 Nights - May-Oct.

DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. Also located at the Town Center is "The most complete collection of Hudsons in the world". Hostetler's Hudson Auto Museum is sure to interest any car enthusiast. Plan on 1 hour to go through the Hudson Museum. Afternoon: After your morning at the museum, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. After lunch, go down the road just a touch to the Trading Place Antique Gallery. The 31,000 square foot facility housing over 100 dealers is sure to keep you entertained for quite awhile! Plan on 1-2 hours to thoroughly explore the Gallery. Continue your shopping trip and head up the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Evening: After your afternoon of shopping, check into your overnight accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a familyfriendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel.

Treaure Hunting

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DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. If your visit is on a Wednesday, head across the street to the Trading Place Shipshewana Auction and Miscellaneous Barn and enjoy your time searching for the best antique bargain at the Antique Auction. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9:00 a.m. sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Afternoon: After a morning full of antique hunting, enjoy a delicious, home cooked meal at the Auction Restaurant. May to October is season to visit the Midwest's largest outdoor Flea Market with 900 plus vendors. Set aside 3-4 hours to shop the flea market. Evening: Enjoy a fabulous dinner at the Frontier Steakhouse just up the road a bit. A great atmosphere perfect after a long day of shopping! After dinner, you might consider soaking your feet for awhile in the hot tub before enjoying another good night's rest at your hotel. DAY 3 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. When you are checking out of your hotel, ask the front desk for a copy of the Antique Trail Flyer. Before your Trail Flyer becomes handy, head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Merchantile. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile! While downtown, make sure to visit Fisher's Antiques, Mast Antique Vintage, and Rebecca Haarer Arts & Antiques. Set aside 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, stop by one of the many quaint and tasty lunch spots located throughout the downtown area. You're sure to find something to please your taste buds. After lunch, enjoy your time driving through the countryside using your Antique Trail Flyer as your guide and stopping at the many antique shops along the way. If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Antique Itinerary: Shopping

2 Days/1 Night

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DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. Also located at the Town Center is "The most complete collection of Hudsons in the world". Hostetler's Hudson Auto Museum is sure to interest any car enthusiast. Plan on 1 hour to go through the Hudson Museum. Afternoon: After your morning at the museum, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. After lunch, go down the road just a touch to the Trading Place Antique Gallery. The 31,000 square foot facility housing over 100 dealers is sure to keep you entertained for quite awhile! Plan on 1-2 hours to thoroughly explore the Gallery. Continue your shopping trip and head up the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Evening: After your afternoon of shopping, check into your overnight accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a familyfriendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel. DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. If your visit is on a Wednesday, head across the street to the Trading Place Shipshewana Auction and Miscellaneous Barn and enjoy your time searching for the best antique bargain at the Antique Auction. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9:00 a.m. sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Afternoon: After a morning full of antique hunting, enjoy a delicious, home cooked meal at the Auction Restaurant. When you check out of your hotel, ask the front desk for a copy of the Antique Trail Flyer. Before your Trail Flyer becomes handy, head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Merchantile. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile! While downtown, make sure to visit Fisher's Antiques, Mast Antique Vintage, and Rebecca Haarer Arts & Antiques. Set aside 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

Antique Shows and Events

Town-Wide Pajama Sale Always the 1st Saturday in February. Antique Appraisal Fun Fair Held each year on the 2nd Saturday in February. Antique and Collectibles Show Always the 2nd Saturday in February and the 1st Saturday in November. Land & Lakes Outdoor Garden Show This show is held in conjunction with the the townwide Mayfest which takes place every year on the first Friday and Saturday in May. Shipshewana Antique Market A fast growing market held every 1st Saturday in June and every 1st Saturday in August. Shipshewana Yard Sale Held on the 2nd Friday in June, July and September. Evening at the Gallery Held the 2nd Friday in November.

For vendor or visitor information, contact the Antique Gallery at 260-768-7090.

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Quilt Itinerary: Shopping

3 Days/2 Nights

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DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head across the street to Yoder's Meat and Cheese Co. where you can find over 150 cuts of the finest meat and over 100 varieties of cheese. Then take one step further to Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes, where you will find beautifully hand-crafted furniture and accents, clothing, kettle corn and many other items. Then continue your shopping south along SR 5 (Van Buren Street) and visit Handmade Quilts, view over 100 quilts in stock! Travel a bit further onto US 20 and stop by Little Helpers Quilt Shop, Amish owned and operated. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. Once you have finished lunch, head north to SR 120 and make a stop at Fry's Handmade Quilts, all locally made. Then continue a little further on US 120 to Howe, Indiana and visit Laura's Country Store, in addition to a large variety of quilts, Laura's also holds handcrafted gift items, hardwood furniture and much more! Spend the rest of your afternoon finishing up any last minute shopping at any of the wonderful shops you have experienced during your stay in Shipshewana! Evening: Enjoy a fabulous dinner at the Frontier Steakhouse just up the road a bit. A great atmosphere perfect after a long day of shopping! After dinner, you might consider soaking your feet for awhile in the hot tub before enjoying another good night's rest at your hotel. DAY 3 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you venture off to discover Elkhart County's Quilt Gardens Tour, Memorial Day through October 1. Begin your tour just outside the hotel door with the Farmstead Inn's "Shoofly Garden". 16 official gardens have been juried for 2009. Each quilt garden has its own splendid pattern, many are original designs, and each has its own unique story. To view a complete listing of all gardens and their locations throughout Elkhart Country, visit http://www.quiltgardenstour. com. If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. To begin your shopping adventure, head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Mercantile. At Davis Mercantile you'll find an array of shops to delight you including Lolly's at Home and Lolly's Fabrics. Don't forget to visit the top floor of the Mercantile building to see, and ride, the 100 year old Denzel Carousel with hand carved farm animals. After your Carousel ride, don't miss Aunt Millie's Fresh Candy and Nuts and The Scrapyard. Set aside at least 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile! Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, stop by one of the many quaint and tasty lunch spots located throughout the downtown area. You're sure to find something to please your taste buds. After lunch, continue shopping downtown, or head up the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Evening: After your afternoon of shopping, check into your overnight accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a familyfriendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel.

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Furniture Itinerary: Shopping

2 Days/1 Night

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DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. Begin your furniture shopping adventure at Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Plan on at least an hour to explore to Yoder's Shopping Center. Afternoon: After your morning at Yoder's, walk across the street to Wana-Cup Restaurant or head downtown to one of the many lunch options available there. After lunch, visit the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Merchantile. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels on your way out the door of the Mercantile! Also, don't miss Lambright Woodworking and Riegsecker Kitchen and Bath. Set aside 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. Evening: After your afternoon of shopping, check into your overnight accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a familyfriendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel.

DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head across the street to Yoder's Meat and Cheese Co. where you can find over 150 cuts of the finest meat and over 100 varieties of cheese. Then take one step further to Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes, where you will find beautifully hand-crafted furniture and accents, clothing, kettle corn and many other items. Then continue your shopping south along SR 5 (Van Buren Street) and stop at the many furniture shops lining the way. Make sure to visit the new Brandenberry Furniture store. Set aside 2-3 hours to discover these unique shops. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. After lunch continue shopping by heading south just a bit on SR 5 and visit Weaver Furniture, handcrafted heirloom furniture. If you're heading west out of town on US 20, stop by the Pumpkin Patch Market, they have a large assortment of handcrafted furniture, gazebos, children's playsets and playhouses, patio furniture, produce and more. If you're not ready to head out of town yet, visit the Trading Place Antique Gallery. The 31,000 square foot facility housing over 100 dealers is sure to keep you entertained for quite awhile! Plan on 1-2 hours to thoroughly explore the Gallery. On your way out of town, make sure to stop by Lambright Woodworking just south of Shipshewana on SR 5 then West on W 300 S. See how furniture is made without electricity! If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

370 S. Van Buren Street Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4595

Itinerary:

2 Days/1 Night

DAY 1 Morning: Begin your visit with a quick stop at the Shipshewana Town Center. At the Town Center you can pick up an array of brochures or maps that might come in helpful during your stay with us. To being your shopping adventure, head downtown to the many shops that line Morton, Harrison and Depot Street including Davis Mercantile. At Davis Mercantile you'll find an array of shops to delight you. Don't forget to visit the top floor of the Mercantile building to see, and ride, the 100 year old Denzel Carousel with hand carved farm animals. After your Carousel ride, don't miss Aunt Millie's Fresh Candy and Nuts and the Red Wagon Toy Shop. Set aside at least 3-4 hours for exploring all the shops. Don't miss one of the best treats in town; pick up a famous pretzel at JoJo's Pretzels and a hot cup of cocoa or coffee at the Kitchen Cupboard on your way out the door of the Mercantile! Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, stop by one of the many quaint and tasty lunch spots located throughout the downtown area. You're sure to find something to please your taste buds. After lunch, continue shopping downtown, or head up the street to Yoder's Shopping Center where you can find the Yoder Department Store which carries Amish Country's widest assortment of shoes, quality fabric, clothing, linens, hats ­ you name it! Yoder's Hardware Store, just across the hall stocks a wide collection of hard-to-find and unique items. Evening: After your afternoon of shopping, check into your overnight accommodations at the Farmstead Inn before you head to the Blue Gate Restaurant for a hearty, family-style home cooked meal. Check the schedule, but you may be able to fit in a familyfriendly show at the Blue Gate Theatre if one is showing. After dinner, enjoy a good night's rest at your hotel.

Christmas in Shipshewana

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Christmas in Shipshewana

There are many exciting events that take place throughout the months of Novemeber and December. Contact the LaGrange County Convention and Visitors Bureau by calling 1-800-254-8090 or stopping by the Shipshewana Town Center for a complete list of all the events, sales and exhibits!

DAY 2 Morning: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before you head across the street to Yoder's Meat and Cheese Co. where you can find over 150 cuts of the finest meat and over 100 varieties of cheese. Then take one step further to Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes, where you will find beautifully hand-crafted furniture and accents, clothing, kettle corn and many other items. Then continue your shopping south along SR 5 (Van Buren Street) and stop at the many shops lining the way. Set aside 2-3 hours to discover these unique shops. Afternoon: After your morning of shopping, the Dutchmaid Diner awaits with a fabulous home-cooked meal. Once you have finished lunch, head to the Trading Place Antique Gallery. The 31,000 square foot facility housing over 100 dealers is sure to keep you entertained for quite awhile! Plan on 1-2 hours to thoroughly explore the Gallery. After you're done at the Gallery, spend the rest of your time finishing up any last minute shopping at any of the fabulous shops you have experienced during your stay in Shipshewana! If you're not exhausted from everything Shipshewana has to offer, there is, believe it or not, much more waiting for you. Just extend your stay at the Farmstead Inn and start refreshed for one more day of Shipshewana!

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