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February 27, 2015
Destination Brown County invites all brides to experience Brown County’s top wedding venues at the Brown County Bridal Tour on Sunday, March 8. From 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., brides will be able to check out local venues and meet with vendors, getting a real feel for their future Brown County weddings. Not your typical bridal show, brides will have the unique opportunity to actually visit popular Brown County, Ind. wedding venues, as well as get the inside scoop on less known hidden gems.
February 27, 2015
Overtaken by maple madness, Brown County, Ind. gears up for the 2015 National Maple Syrup Festival, March 5-8. With less than a week until festivities kick off, something sweet is definitely happening in Brown County. From live sugaring demonstrations and historical reenactments to a culinary competition, pancake breakfast, and much more, there is something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s National Maple Syrup Festival.
February 19, 2015
From maple glazed pork tenderloin to apple maple bacon fritters, maple is definitely on the menu at the 2015 National Maple Syrup Festival. On March 5-8, some of Brown County’s finest restaurants will be serving special maple-infused dishes to highlight the variety of foods that can be enhanced with pure maple syrup as an ingredient.
February 11, 2015
Artists from across the state of Indiana will showcase their talent for all to see during a live paint out as part of the 2015 National Maple Syrup Festival. On March 7-8, some of Indiana’s best artists will flock to Brown County to capture the festivities on canvas.
Maple Mavens Mike Farrell and Christine Tailer Headline 2015 National Maple Syrup Festival Dinner Series, March 5-6
February 4, 2015
Mike Farrell and Christine Tailer, arguably two of the most fascinating speakers in the maple sugar world today, will headline a dinner series offered as part of the National Maple Syrup Festival in Brown County, Ind.