Shipshewana, Indiana (PRWEB) August 23, 2012
To learn more about events coming this autumn to LaGrange County, Indiana, visit the Backroads of LaGrange County and explore the countless dining, entertainment, shopping and historical options. Here is a brief selection of some highlights:
Menno-Hof Museum (Year round) - The Menno-Hof Museum brings to life the epic story of the Amish and Mennonite peoples, from Medieval dungeons to Switzerland and early America. This powerful experience uses multimedia presentations and recreated environments to appreciate the Anabaptist tradition of obedience and devotion.
The Blue Gate Restaurant (Year round) - Located in the center of downtown Shipshewana, the Blue Gate has become a pillar of the Amish community. Enjoy a first-class dining experience with authentic Amish food, explore the large bakery and take a snack to enjoy on the porch. This one-of-a-kind dining experience also boasts an adjoining theater with top musical acts year round!
The Cotton Corner (Runs through December 20th) - Visit the Cotton Corner Sewing Club from 2pm-3pm and participate in a one-of-a-kind sewing class. Learn about the latest quilting, sewing and sewing methods and possibly receive a FREE pattern! This class is free of charge.
Come rain or shine, businesses in LaGrange County, Indiana can count on visitors making the trip up to Northern Indiana’s Amish country to find one-of-a-kind custom Amish furniture, great deals and a taste of the Amish life. Brandenberry Amish Furniture welcomes tens of thousands of visitors to Shipshewana and will likely see more than ever this fall. Sales representative Floyd states, "we love to tell our visitors about our small community and show them what our local craftsmen can do."
This autumn will find LaGrange County hosting a variety of events and experiences for the whole family. To explore the variety of Amish furniture, visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture online or check out their store location.
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, Amish Furniture at affordable prices. At Brandenberry find dining room furniture, entertainment furniture, office furniture, home accessories and Amish bedroom furniture. 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.