Christmas in Shipshewana / Light Parade & Lighting CeremonyNovember and December feature many holiday events. It all begins with the Light Parade & Lighting Ceremony on November 8th! Then the Christmas celebrations continues throughout November and will continue to delight until the end of the year! Check out the list and choose what's perfect for you!
Shipshewana Ice Festival 2014December 26, 27, 2014
Come watch professional ice carvers create unimaginable pieces of art! Pieces for local businesses will be carved on Friday, competition carving on Saturday and a chili cook-off!
Shipshewana Pajama SaleFebruary 1, 2014
Shipshewana IN - The inns, hotels and B & B's have already started to accept your reservations for the annual Shipshewana Pajama Sale, as hundreds make plans for their annual trip for overnight pajama parties, and early morning shopping in their jammies. Most stores open doors at 6 a.m. and some even earlier.
MayFestMay 2, 3, 2014
Shipshewana MayFest kicks off on Friday, May 2 with entertainment and food at the main tent all day long. Friday evening will feature a Local Skit Comedy Contest at Shipshewana-Scott Elementary school and local musical talent in the main tent.
Saturday features the huge parade stepping off at 10am and then enjoy entertainment for all ages all day!
Shipshewana Quilt Festival 2014June 25 through 28, 2014
This year's Quilt and Vendor Show will be open at 12 noon on June 25th following the 2014 featured speakers, Ami Simms and Mary Fons.
The 2014 quilt show will once again be juried and limited to approximately 200 quilts. You can look forward to the best of the best!
Shipshewana Antique MarketsSaturdays June 7, August 2 and September 6, 2014
Top quality antiques are offered in the Trading Place Pavilion and around the grassy area in front of the Trading Place Antique Gallery. Enjoy antiquing, eating and festivities! Hours 7am to 4pm.
Fall Crafter's FairOctober 2, 3, 4, 2014
Shipshewana will be hosting a festival of crafters, entertainers, and musicians that has become an annual fall event. The festival will take place in and around the town, located in the heart of beautiful Northern Indiana Amish Country. The festival is set to start at 9am on October 2nd and will continue to run all day on the 3rd and 4th. The event is planned for families and individuals looking for something truly unique and different from normal weekend routines.
Show Hours: Thurs. & Fri.: 9am - 6pm Sat.: 9am - 5pm