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Part 2 of 12 Amazing Things to Do in Shipshewana

[Part 2 in a series of 4] by Laurie Sherck People who have watched the recently released video of Shipshewana have been telling me,...

Wedding Bells in Amish Country

By Marcia Eichhorn When I tell my guests at Bright Morning Star Bed and Breakfast about an Amish wedding, they are amazed by the number...

12 Amazing Things to Do in Shipshewana

[Part 1 in a series of 4] By Laurie Sherck People are always asking for ideas for things to do in Shipshewana.  Having grown up...

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The Erwins with Joseph Habedank

Today, 7:00pm
The Erwins: There is something captivating about the blending and swelling of sibling harmony. When that is combined with pure talent, and a servant's heart for people, you have the incomparable...

Shipshewana Breakfast Club

Friday, August 17, 2018, 8:30am
Breakfast 8:30; Concert 10:00: Featuring The Craguns. At a Craguns concert you can expect to laugh, be challenged and leave encouraged! The Cragun Family is absolutely committed to effectively...

Stolen- A New Musical

Friday, August 17, 2018, 1:00pm
A small Pennsylvania community is shaken when the infant son of a prominent Amish family is kidnapped. As accusations fly and everyone comes under suspicion, a quirky, bumbling detective takes on the...

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  • LaGrange County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Located in the Next Door Shops Plaza next to Yoder's Shopping Center. Your first stop for information about Shipshewana. Pick up a LaGrange County Visitor's Guide and map, and all sorts of information for your visit in Shipshewana and LaGrange County.
  • LaGrange County Economic Development Corp.
    The LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation is the single point of contact for economic development efforts in LaGrange County Indiana and the towns of LaGrange, Shipshewana, Topeka and Wolcottville. Phone 260.499.4994
  • Town of Shipshewana
    Some half a million visitors per year come from around the country and from other parts of the world to see Shipshewana, Indiana. Many people come to participate in an auction, buying and selling, and to shop at the stores in the historic downtown. Others are here for the special festivals that take place throughout the year, and to see the enchanting lights of the Christmas season. And some visit to learn more about the Amish and Mennonites whose faith and simpler way of life holds special attraction in an age when speed and change are the hallmarks of modern-day culture. We hope you have an enjoyable visit, whether you’re here just for the day or for an extended stay. Town Hall is located 345 N. Morton St, Shipshewana, IN 46565