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March 24, 2016


Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

After leaving Vincennes at 14 years old, Red Skelton became a comedic icon, entertaining worldwide audiences for 70 years; his legacy continues at the museum.

March 24, 2016


Charlie’s Candy Shop

For almost 50 years, Charlie and Lorethea Hamke ran their homemade candy shop from home; today, the tradition continues, featuring their famed caramel corn.

September 4, 2015



Located on the former Ball family estate, Minnetrista's 40-acre campus features gardens and walking trails open to public, including free concerts and events.

September 4, 2015


Cardinal Greenway

Spanning 62 miles from Marion through Muncie to Richmond in East Central, Indiana, the Cardinal Greenway is the longest rail to trail system in the state.

September 4, 2015


The Academy of Model Aeronautics

Based in Muncie, the Academy of Model Aeronautics headquarters features the National Model Aviation Museum, as well as over 800 acres of dedicated flying space.

September 4, 2015


The Heorot Pub and Draught House

Voted one of the best beer bars in the US by Draft Magazine, the Heorot Pub continues its twenty-year tradition of extraordinary selection and atmosphere.

September 4, 2015


The Ball Family Legacy

After moving to Muncie in 1887, the Ball Corporation became the world’s leading producer of fruit jars, leaving a legacy of manufacturing and of philanthropy.

March 19, 2015


Clabber Girl Culinary Kitchen

For over 150 years, the Clabber Girl baking powder has been a staple in America's kitchen; today, cooks can learn more at the Clabber Girl culinary school!

March 19, 2015


Cooking at the Clabber Girl Culinary Kitchen

Erica joins Clabber Girl's culinary chef, Brittany Molinder, in the company's teaching kitchen to learn how to make 'Rosemary and Apple Goat Cheese Crostini."

March 19, 2015


Art Spaces of the Wabash Valley

An award-winning organization, Art Spaces of the Wabash Valley has spent the past decade creating 14 incredible outdoor sculptures throughout Terre Haute!

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