I try to support small business whenever I can. It boosts the local economy, and many times I can see the direct affect my purchase has in providing for a family just like mine. In addition, finding that unique handmade item can leave a personal ... read more
In the quaint, rural setting of North Salem, down a country road, over a one-lane bridge and tucked back between the trees, you will find a new farmers market in Hendricks County. Hosted by Blessings From Earth Farms , this Farmers Market and Swap ... read more
Editor's Note: Unfortunately, Reclamation is no longer in business. As a young girl, Hendricks County native Elizabeth Brown fell in love with the old Victorian home near the corner of what is now Ronald Reagan Parkway and U.S. 36. Built in the ... read more

Find Handmade Treasures at Red Horse Livery

Posted on March 23, 2014 at 11:47 PM by Eric Ivie

Editor's Note: Unfortunately, the Red Horse Livery went out of business shortly after this article was posted. The little town of Coatesville, Ind. in western Hendricks County wasn't anything more to me than a wide spot in Ind. 75 until ... read more

Enjoying a Day Trip to Brownsburg

Posted on March 18, 2014 at 11:01 PM by Aimee MacArthur

As you know, I’m all about a day trip. You can read my post on 10 Ideas for a Day Trip in Avon which gives you a good idea that I’m an explorer at heart. One of my favorite quotes is "Not all those who wander are lost" (J.R.R. ... read more

Top 10: Hendricks County's Best-Kept Secrets, 2014 Edition

Posted on February 9, 2014 at 10:37 PM by Eric Ivie

A year ago, we asked our Facebook community for input on the best-kept secrets in Hendricks County . We received a ton of great suggestions, and last year's blog post was wildly popular. Hendricks County is in a perpetual state of growth, so we ... read more

10 Ideas for a Day Trip in Avon

Posted on February 4, 2014 at 10:30 PM by Aimee MacArthur

I’m a fan of a day trip. For me, it’s a good mini getaway and chance to recharge; even it’s for a few hours or the entire day. Over the past year and a half as a blogger at Visit Hendricks County , I've spent a good amount ... read more

Hendricks County has the Shabby Chic for Your Big Day

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 11:00 PM by Ericka Bethel

My baby sister just got married and it was a shabby chic affair. Now I know all my pinterest loving ladies know exactly what I am speaking of, but my men followers (if there are any) may not. I believe we explained the meaning of this to just about ... read more

5 Hendricks County Shops to Find Fall Decor

Posted on September 12, 2013 at 11:35 PM by Jennifer Donovan

Fall is a great time to visit Hendricks County. As you plan your visit, don't forget about shopping. I love to decorate my house for fall, and I recently stopped in a few shops around the county in search of unique fall décor. Here are five ... read more

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