Shipshewana, IN (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
As seasonal visitors continue to explore Shipshewana, Indiana and experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of all that Indiana’s Amish country has to offer, many visitors will find fine Amish furniture at Brandenberry Amish Furniture as well as entertainment and shopping throughout downtown Shipshewana. Here is a quick guide to some of the late summer highlights in LaGrange County:
August 18th – Classic Car, Truck and Street Rod Show – The Howe School Alumni Association Presents the 2nd Annual Classic Car, Truck and Street Rod Show in nearby Howe Indiana. All participants in the show will receive a dash plaque and prizes will be awarded for all three classes. Enjoy food and drink all day and tours through the Historic Mansion and Chapel at The Howe School.
September 3rd-5th – Labor Day Flea Market – Shipshewana boasts the Midwest’s largest flea market (100+ acres) which attracts tens of thousands of annual visitors. To meet the demands of large crowds and busy shopping days, the flea market is offering special extended hours for Labor Day shoppers (Monday-Wednesday, 8am-5pm).
August 25th-December 8th – The Half-Stitched Quilting Club – A mismatched group of characters find themselves thrown together in the quilting class of Amish widow Emma Yoder and learn that using “scraps” to create a beautiful tapestry applies to more than just quilting, but to life. This original musical is playing at the Blue Gate Theater.
For more information on seasonal events, shopping and entertainment, visit the LaGrange County Backroads website (http://www.backroads.org) and browse the countless opportunities for family fun. Brandenberry Amish Furniture sales representative Floyd states, "We invite people to visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture, but also to really explore the Shipshewana area and see all that we have to offer." Come visit Shipshewana, located in the heart of Indiana’s Amish country, and experience the various people, places and events that make this town special.
About Brandenberry Amish Furniture:
Brandenberry Furniture features furniture custom-crafted in the heartland the Amish way. Many of the furniture pieces are exclusively designed and built for Brandenberry clients or the Brandenberry showroom in Shipshewana. LeRoy and Ida Weaver established their first Amish furniture store in 1989 in Shipshewana, Indiana, before opening Brandenberry Furniture in 2008.
They maintain two family-owned and operated businesses offering a full line of solid wood furniture at affordable prices. In addition to providing a wide selection of home furniture, Brandenberry Furniture offers a range of services, including layaway and delivery options, custom furniture design consultation, price quotes and exclusive sales.