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October 10, 2014
With Halloween right around the corner, what better way to spend the weekend than checking out nearby haunted attractions. While Brown County may be known for its fall leaves, the area also has several haunted trails, activities, and attractions that are definitely worth exploring.
October 7, 2014
Check out Nashville’s “new leaves” and experience new ways to see the leaves throughout Brown County this fall season
September 18, 2014
A FREE Event!!! Back Roads of Brown County Fall Tour October 1-31, most studios open daily 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Daily demonstrations, light refreshments, guest artists
September 4, 2014
T.C. Steele State Historic Site to celebrate 26 years of creativity in Brown County. "In celebration of the birthday of Historic Site namesake Theodore Clement Steele, the Great Outdoors Art Contest & Local Tastings integrates history, art and nature as people come together to watch and support artists while enjoying various crafts and tastings provided by vendors," said State Historic Site Manager Andrea DeTarnowsky. "This event gives artists and visitors a unique insight into T.C. Steele's art and method of painting, en plein air , or out-of-doors. The event has been lauded the 'granddaddy' of Indiana PaintOuts by the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association."
August 1, 2014
Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (HMBA) announces a new Mountain Bike Festival (Oct. 10-12, 2014), called the Brown County Epic, in place of the Brown County Breakdown. The Brown County Epic will be a mountain bike festival and Epic Ride (up to 100 miles) within Brown County State Park and Yellowwood State Forest. The festival will include camping Fri-Sat night at the start/finish area, music, beer, food, games, great prize raffles, product and bike demos on Saturday, and an Epic Ride in the woods on Sunday, with 100, 75, 50, and 25-mile routes, with no repeating loops.