CVB response to Religious Freedom Restoration Act vote

The Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing visitors to Noble County. The bureau’s mission is to promote tourism by connecting partners and events, developing unique assets and enriching visitors’ experiences in a way that contributes to economic growth. The bureau welcomes everyone as visitors.

SOZO Holiday Open House

Enjoy a wine tasting and artist spotlight Friday, Dec. 12, from 6 to 9 p.m. at SOZO Art Studio’s Holiday Open House at the corner of Mitchell and Main streets in downtown Kendallville. The Olive Twist of Auburn and Fort Wayne will offer appetizers during the tasting. There is no Read more…

Christmas in the Country

Christmas in the Country begins Saturday, Nov. 1 with three events. Click the link below to download the Christmas in the Country Album: Creating Memories. Visit events and collect star stickers in your album. Details coming soon about a holiday gift basket drawing. Click Here To Download

Chautauqua Days at Gene Stratton-Porter site

Famous author to be remembered at festival Aug. 16 and 17

ROME CITY, Ind. – The annual Chautauqua Days Festival, which celebrates the life of Gene Stratton-Porter, Indiana’s most widely read female author, will take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 16, and Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site in Rome City.

Chautauqua Days is an annual celebration honoring Gene and her love of nature and learning. To celebrate that, we created a family-friendly event packed with guest speakers, children’s activities, live music, and of course birthday cake,” said Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site Manager Dave Fox. “We invite everyone to join us for the celebration starting with a parade through Rome City on Saturday morning, then stay for a day of fun.” (more…)

A Trip Down South

Ask anyone who truly knows me and they will tell you I am not a happy camper until at least 8 in the morning. I do not even truly start functioning until 9 a.m. So when I had to get up at 6 a.m. on July 21 to be at the Albion Library for Conner Prairie, I was struggle-bussing, to say the least.

I tried to make oatmeal but in my dreamy state, I picked up the wrong measuring cup. I ended up putting 1 cup of water in my oatmeal bowl, instead of the requested 2/3 cups. I did not realize this until I had already made the oatmeal and it came out looking like soupy mush. I didn’t even try to eat it, I dumped it down the drain, grabbed a granola bar and left the house. (more…)