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Happenings in 2010
Shipshewana Autumn Activities
The air is growing cool, the leaves are beginning to change, and the city of Shipshewana is playing host to a variety of Autumn related events and themes. Merchants throughout Shipshewana are displaying hand-made scarecrows, while LaGrange is holding a street fair for the whole family.
New in 2010 is the Shipshewana Harvest Market, featuring a variety of delectable foods like homemade apple dumplings and pumpkin pie, grilled pork burgers, wood-fired soup, kettle corn, and hot cider, all accompanied by live music, plant vendor stands, crafts, pumpkins, and seasonal crafts.
Similarly, the Fall Crafters Fair will feature a variety of crafts, live music, and entertainment. For those who are fans of the Shipshewana flea market, the last flea market day will be October 27th. Other stand-outs include “pumpkin bowling” at the Hostetler’s Hudson Museum, a book signing by the famed Lakota chief Sitting Bull’s grandson, and live gospel music bands at the Fall Crafters Fair Gospel Sing. Be sure to stop by Weaver’s and say hello!
Happenings in 2019
The Fall Crafters Fair will be held October 3rd through the 5th this year. It will feature plenty to see and do for all ages. From free kid rides in a miniature buggy to chainsaw carvers and even live music. Similarly to past years, the focus is on time for families to come together. The Annual Shipshewana Flea Market will open on May 7th and run till September 25th this year.
Unfortunately, the Hudson Museum is no longer open. As a result, it’s undergoing renovations while under new management. It will be reopening sometime in 2020. In the meantime stop by Weaver Furniture Sales and see our latest hand-crafted furniture.