Be a tourist in your own backyard on Wednesday, April 29, through Sunday, May 3, during the second annual “Passport to Fun: Explore Noble!”
Get your passport stamped at any of the 16 participating sites during the kick-off open house for the 2015 tourism season. Many attractions are offering free or reduced-admission events. Visitors who stop in at three or more sites during “Passport to Fun” may enter their passport in a drawing for one of three gift baskets filled with items from our Noble County attractions.
Participating sites are Annie Oakley Perfumery, Merry Lea Environmental Center, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Freedom Acres, Moose Lake Christian Craft Village, The Lavender Lane, Stone’s Trace Historic Site, Chain O’Lakes State Park, Maple Acres, Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau, DeCamp Gardens, Fox Trail Farm, Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site, Mid-America Windmill Museum, Orchard Hill Farms, and Sundaes on Sylvan Ice Cream Shoppe.
And for the first time, the Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau is putting out the welcome mat for visitors at its new home in the Sower Farmhouse, 8983 County Road 350 E., Rome City, just west of the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site. Stop in and get your passport stamped, enjoy light refreshments, tour the restoration-in-progress 1880s farmhouse, and pick up the 2015 Noble County Visitors Guide. Eligible passports for the basket drawing may also be dropped off at the Sower Farmhouse.
See you this weekend!
Click Passport 2015 to print off your passport.
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