Shipshewana, Indiana (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
Summer is sizzling away in LaGrange County, Indiana and visitors are coming from near and far to take in the sights, sounds, smells and deals. Known for its large Amish population (and Amish furniture) and the Midwest’s largest flea market, LaGrange County offers a variety of events for summer travelers.
July 21 – Swap Meet and Flea Market – A variety of flea market items will be on sale, along with small animals and pets, produce, baked goods, antiques, guns and poultry. Call (260) 463-1150 for details and space rental. This event is located in Newbury Square, Shipshewana.
July 26 – Classic Car Cruise-In – From 9am-3pm at the Essenhaus Restaurant in Middlebury, the Classic Car Cruise-In offers FREE participation, door prizes, games, and of course, great food available at the Essenhaus!
July 26 & 27 – The Annie Moses Band – Exclusively at the Blue Gate Theater in Shipshewana from 7pm-9pm, the Annie Moses Band blends folk, classical and jazz to create a unique musical experience that has produced a Top Ten Album, over 80 tour dates a year and fans of all ages.
To get information on more summer events in LaGrange County, visit the LaGrange County Backroads website.
About Weaver Furniture Sales:
Weaver Furniture Sales was established in 1989 in Shipshewana, Indiana, and is an Amish, family-owned furniture business that offers a full line of solid wood, Amish Furniture at affordable prices – for both residential and commercial purposes. Weaver Furniture Sales features shaker styles, traditional and mission furniture. As part of their client services, Weaver Furniture Sales provides furniture design consultation services, custom furniture options, furniture quotes, layaway options and various delivery alternatives for residences and businesses in the United States from their quiet country showroom in Shipshewana, Indiana.
LeRoy and Ida Weaver have owned and operated Weaver Furniture Sales for over twenty-two years, beginning with a 1,500 square foot showroom and expanding to over 15,000 square feet today. Previously, they owned and managed LeWana Dairy Farm where they milked cows and raised corn and hay.