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Usually, trip advisors say the best time to visit Indiana is between April and October.
When Gov. Holcomb began reopening the state with his five-stage plan in May, festivals weren’t set to resume until the fifth and final stage.
But, even though Indiana has hit this marker, that doesn’t mean events have returned to normal.
Many fall festivals in the area have been called off or revised, and some organizations are just now getting to their summer activities.
This week, we’re talking about the effect this has in southern Indiana and how the pandemic is changing local events.
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Erin Predmore, The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce president and CEO
Judi Epp, Spencer Pride fundraising director
Diana Choate, Monroe County Fall Festival president
Elaine Bedel, Indiana Destination and Development Corporation secretary and CEO