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Middlebury’s Best Kept Secrets

The Market Place of Middlebury Monday-Friday 6 am-5 pm Saturday 6 am-4 pm Closed Sunday

511 South Main St. (SR 13) Middlebury, IN 46540

574-825-4001 www.themarketplaceofmiddlebury.com

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Antiques Collectibles Primitives Cast iron Local hand made items Puzzles Precious Moments Signs



• Longaberger baskets • Amish made jams/jellies, noodles, honey • Amish made bird houses and feeders, drying racks, wind chimes & furniture • Primitive painted furniture • Buy/sell used books

Pumpkin Vine Café Coffee & Tea Bar

Located inside The Market Place

Opens 5:00 am – Breakfast & Lunch



Please Join Us for Breakfast and Lunch! Biscuits and Gravy, Homemade Soups, Hot and Cold Dishes, Regular and Gourmet Coffees and Teas, Full Espresso Bar, Smoothies, Homemade Cookies, Candies and Trays available for gifts or parties

For All your Trailer Needs call Steve!

• Enclosed Trailers • Construction Trailers • Landscape Trailers • Dump Trailers • Car Haulers Variety of Sizes to Choose From — Will Not Be Undersold! In stock and special order available.

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iddlebury is a town of beauty and hospitality nestled in Northern Indiana Amish Country just minutes south of I 80/90 exit 107, two hours east of Chicago. Shops throughout town reflect our heritage by offering locally made quilts, crafts and furniture. Life happens at a slower pace; here visitors will enjoy a stroll up and down Main Street listening to the clip-clop of buggies passing by. Savor the locally-made specialties, fresh pies, cheeses, noodles, honey and smoked meats that can be purchased throughout the area. Just up the hill from downtown you can pull up a chair at the state’s largest restaurant. Serving home-style Amish-Mennonite fare in a family-style setting, you won’t go away hungry. Plan an overnight visit at one of Middlebury’s delightful Bed & Breakfasts or in a charming full-service Inn. The area has so much to offer you may just decide to stay. Close-by destinations include; Nappanee, Shipshewana, Goshen, Elkhart and Notre Dame/South Bend. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or just need a little fresh air, don’t miss a stop at Middlebury’s fine parks offering many opportunities for relaxation and recreation. Krider’s World’s Fair Garden Park, a state historic site, displays an explosion of flowers in one of Middlebury’s four Quilt Gardens, giant toadstools plus great picnic spots. Krider Garden provides its visitors with easy access to the Pumpkinvine Trail. Memorial and East Parks at Town Center afford town visitors a chance to relax there and share a picnic as well. East of downtown, the River Bend Park offers playground equipment, fishing opportunities, a covered picnic area and an excellent trail system. Head north out of town just a few short minutes to visit the 223-acre Bonneyville Mill County Park, home to Indiana’s oldest operating grist mill. Millers are on hand daily to show guests the flour grinding process. Take some home for your baking.

SMALL TOWN HOSPITALITY IN NORTHERN INDIANA AMISH COUNTRY

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uring your visit, spend time on the back roads to uncover the simpler lifestyle of the area’s 1,100-plus Amish families. One-room schoolhouses and Amish farms dot the countryside. Amish shops can be found on the outskirts of town, some of which you can now find on the Countryside Shoppes map, see fold out. They offer handmade furniture, outdoor accessories, natural food products and produce straight from the gardens. The Heritage Trail has free CDs available at the Elkhart Photo courtesy of Elkhart County CVB County Convention and Visitors Bureau. If you prefer, a free MP3 download contains that same information at www.AmishCountry.org for your upcoming visit. Published for the Middlebury Chamber of Commerce by SpectraPrint, a division of The Papers Incorporated, 206 S. Main St., Milford, IN 46542 800-733-4111 - www.the-papers.com Middlebury Chamber of Commerce and/or The Papers Incorporated shall not be liable for any errors appearing in this publication, except to credit the advertiser the portion of the advertisement containing the error. Copyright©2015

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Middlebury Chamber of Commerce 201 E. Winslow St. • Middlebury, IN 46540 Ph: (574) 825-4300 Fax: (574) 358-0210 e-mail: middleburychamber@gmail.com Web site: MiddleburyInChamber.com

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elcome! Welkom! Come on in! However you may say it in your homes, know that you are always welcome to join us in our hometown. We look forward to sharing the foods, the stores and the beautiful outdoors of Middlebury with each and every one of you anytime you can come. Anytime is special here — particularly so during our two festivals. The first festival of the year is our Summer Festival taking place on August 14 & 15 in 2015. Focusing on family fun and musical entertainment, this festival features one of the best small town parades you’ll ever see on a Saturday afternoon. Our Fall Festival on September 18 & 19 features not only area artisans and craftsmen, but excellent musical entertainment, children’s activities, a corn-hole contest, 3-on-3 basketball tourney and a thrill-packed fireworks display on Friday evening, September 18. Come see and share in the joy of living in this great community as we celebrate our regional heritage and community spirit. Bikers, runners and walkers alike are singing the praises of the second season of the Middlebury connections to the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail. Middlebury is at the center of this scenic, paved trail now enabling participants to travel at their pace from Shipshewana to Middlebury to Goshen. Organizations are continuing to improve the informational signage around town for the thousands we anticipate using this greenway that runs right through Middlebury. Reported usage in 2014 was over 80,000 — a great number we look to surpass in 2015! Of course, each and every one of you is invited to stop in Middlebury for a rest, a bite to eat and some scouting of our business community that you’ll want to come back to visit in depth. We’ve not yet even mentioned our four Quilt Gardens along the Heritage TrailSM and three Quilt Garden murals in 2015. The businesses and organizations presenting these Gardens donate time, materials and their love of the outdoors to all who come to share in the delicate beauty of these intricate floral designs.

Please be sure to thank the folks at Krider Garden, Dutch Country Market, Das Dutchman Essenhaus and Martin’s Ace Hardware for the joy their efforts bring you and yours. The murals will be at Town Center facing Warren Street and Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Do not miss any of the Quilt Gardens along the Heritage TrailSM, which can be seen all around Elkhart County. Middlebury’s 3rd Fridays celebrations held at Town Center from May to December are often marked by special food offerings, free music presentations and special business promotions. Come join in the fun! The amazingly popular Classic Car Cruise-In at Das Dutchman Essenhaus returns each Thursday evening from May through September. Come find your favorite classic and take advantage of the specials the restaurant and shops will be offering each week. Our innkeepers answer every need for one of the most comfortable stays you’ll experience anywhere. Foods from our restaurants satisfy with touches of home and days gone by in the wholesomeness of their meals. You’ll savor each bite and relaxing moment as you feel the tension of the busy week just slip away. In addition to classic cars and celebrations, you’ll find our Middlebury merchants bring visitors the highest quality in everything from specialty candies and food items, quilt supplies, fabrics, household and personal gift ideas, finely crafted furniture, unique consignment stores, and the latest boutique fashions for the ladies in your life. You can find detailed information on Middlebury and the Quilt Gardens locations by visiting the Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau website at www.AmishCountry.org or the Middlebury Chamber of Commerce website, MiddleburyINChamber.com. Whether you’re coming for the very first time, or 31st time, know you are always welcome to this special place we are privileged to call home — Middlebury, Indiana.

Table of Contents Welcome to Middlebury . . . . . . . . . 3 Discover Our Local Heritage . . . . . . 3 Hometown Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Festivals & Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 City Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fold Out

Area Map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fold Out Countryside Shoppes Map . . Fold Out Advertisers’ Index . . . . . . . . Fold Out Advertiser Listings by Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-25

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Located in Downtown Middlebury Serving Breakfast All Day “Where local people meet and eat.” Daily Specials • Pizza • Homemade Pies 107 S. Main St., Middlebury (574) 825-2043

Mon.-Fri. 5 am - 8 pm Sat. 5 am - 2 pm

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Store Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 510 S. Main St., Middlebury • 574-825-5722 www.hardings.com

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“Hardly Just a Hardware Store” Intersection of US 20 and SR 13 in Middlebury

On display: The 520 year old African Bubinga Tree

A collection of yesterday’s memories & today’s needs at valued prices

A charming gift shoppe filled with everything a woman loves including a complimentary cup of tea. 574-825-7011

574-825-9146

Family Owned Since 1989

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Hometown Fun

Memorial Day to October 1. For more details on these popular sites, visit www.AmishCountry.org for maps and visitor information or call the Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800-250-4827. The Pumpkinvine Nature Trail also awaits your enjoyment when (not if, but when) you come to Middlebury and visit the Quilt Gardens. Bikers’, hikers, runners, visitors and locals can take in a short jaunt or a major trek as this trail follows the rail-bed of the historic Pumpkinvine Railroad from years ago. Middlebury and Krider Garden serve as the ‘hub’ of the trail connecting Shipshewana to Goshen. Get out and enjoy this paved, tree-lined trail while you experience our Michiana sights and by-ways. You can get the latest information on this treasure at www.pumpkinvine.org.

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iscover old-fashioned hometown fun at our family-oriented summer festival on August 14-15, 2015. An endless supply of foods, musical entertainment, garden tractor pulls, games and the largest small town parade in the area await you and your family. Fall begins the harvest season in Amish Country and family fun awaits you at Middlebury’s Annual Fall Festival on September 18-19, 2015. Farmers’ markets, unique local crafts, live entertainment, a car show and antique tractor display are just a few of the great activities. Homemade pies, ice-cream & kettle korn are available, prepared by local churches and Amish schools. Bring your pitching arm for the 3rd Annual Corn Hole Contest! Middlebury will once again be a hub of floral and quilting activity with the return of the 2015 Quilt Gardens along the Heritage TrailSM. The businesses and Friends of the Middlebury Parks will be presenting four beautiful gardens showing the richness of the quilting traditions here. Look for these beautiful gardens at Ace Hardware, Das Dutchman Essenhaus, Dutch Country Market, and Middlebury’s own Krider Garden. The Quilt Gardens are part of an area-wide presentation, running from


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Little Saints Child Care & Preschool Ministry 574-825-9683 Daycare@StPaulsMiddlebury.org 6 wks. to school age

A Child Care Ministry of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

“Making Child Care Meaningful”

v Pizza v Pasta v Subs Large Banquet Room v Broasted Chicken For Private Parties/Meetings! v Great Buffets v Specializing in Wedding & Corporate Catering Carry Out Available • Open 7 Days

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Italian American Restaurant & Catering

Friday & Saturday Live Bands Starting @ 9:00 P.M. SPORTS BAR Located next to Rulli’s

www.rullispizza.com

Across from Northridge High School 851 US 20, Middlebury, IN 574-825-7222 Elkhart Location 574-293-0222

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“It’s aJoy to Serve You” • Locally Made Amish Quilts & Home Accents • Amish Dolls • 18” Doll Clothes

Full Line Quilt Store • • • •

600 Stencils! Quilting Fabrics Books Custom Orders

240 U.S. 20 In Essenhaus Village Shops Middlebury

800-455-9471 Ext. 300 M-TH 9-7, Fri-Sat 9-8 Winter Hours Vary - Call www.EssenhausQuiltShop.com 7


E vents Das Dutchman Essenhaus Cruise-In Essenhaus, Middlebury It doesn't matter if you're a participant or a spectator...cruise on by! Plan to join us Thursday nights from 4:30 - 8:00 in our 9th annual summer celebration of classic cars. Stop in, enjoy a delicious meal and visit with participants. Compare your favorite makes, models, motors, and memories. www.Essenhaus.com or 800.455.9471

May 7 – Sept 24

Middlebury Community Garage Sales May 15-16 Middlebury Middlebury residents look forward to this weekend all year where one person’s trash becomes another’s treasure. Come early and stay late for the best bargains. Maps can be found online at MiddleburyInChamber.com Bonneyville Millers Baseball June-October Bonneyville Mill County Park, Bristol/Middlebury Watch the Bonneyville Millers vintage baseball club play Civil War-era baseball matches using 1860 rules & regulations complete with authentic uniforms. See Web site for game dates. All home games played at Kul Mol Rie Shelter on the north side of the park. No admission charge. www.ElkhartCountyParks.org 16th Pumpkinvine Bike Ride June 20 Goshen/Shipshewana Pedal through gently rolling, scenic Amish countryside. Routes from 10 to 102 miles provide an enjoyable ride for every skill level. Entry fee. www.Pumpkinvine.org

Photo courtesy of Marla Krider

Das Dutchman Essenhaus Tractor Show June 13 Essenhaus, Middlebury Local collectors, farmers and enthusiasts as well as regional tractor clubs are invited and encouraged to display their favorite antique tractors on the Essenhaus campus. In addition to the displays, there will be refreshments and door prizes for participants. www.Essenhaus.com or 800.455.9471 Elkhart County 4-H Fair July 24-August 1 4-H Fairgrounds, Goshen It’s one of the nation’s largest 4-H fairs. Nine days of family fun complete with animal exhibits, giant midway, tractor pulls, harness racing, rodeo, huge variety of foods and top-name grandstand entertainment. Admission charge. 4hfair.org F-2

Discount Foods

Great Variety at a Great Savings! Weekly Specials Always Discount Priced! M I D D L E B U RY

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508 E. Warren 574-825-5896

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Middlebury Summer Festival Middlebury Town Center The 44th anniversary of our hometown celebration with games and activities for children and adults, garden tractor pull, musical entertainment, fun run, a large variety of food and the best small town parade in the region. No admission charge. www.MiddleburyFestivals.com

Bonneyville Mill Heritage Day September 12 Bonneyville Mill County Park, Bristol Horse-drawn trams transport patrons to a bygone era. Antique agricultural equipment, crafts, old-fashioned games, plus family entertainment and wholesome foods. No admission charge, parking donation. www.ElkhartCountyParks.org Middlebury Fall Festival September 18-19 Town Center and Essenhaus, Middlebury Community celebration showcasing the bounty of the season with a farmers market, enticing seasonal crafts, tasty homemade foods, family entertainment. No admission charge. www.MiddleburyFestivals.com Michiana Mennonite Relief Sale September 25-26 4-H Fairgrounds, Goshen Bid on the hundreds of quilts, antiques and other items that go on the auction block to benefit worldwide relief programs. Plenty of homemade pies, breads, cheeses, sausages and other goodies. No admission charge. www.MennoniteSale.org Middlebury 3rd Fridays Fridays, May 15 to December 18 Town Center Come join in the fun, comraderie, food and entertainment at Town Center. Events celebrate the life and vibrancy of Middlebury – biking, ice cream, garage sales, pumpkin fest, hometown holidays, ice festival. Watch for details at www.MiddleburyINChamber.com Resolution Run January 1, 2016 This annual event encourages a healthy lifestyle from the first day of the year onward. Created for seasoned and beginning runners, the 5k run/walk and 1-mile fun walk are set for those looking for a new winter run. All proceeds will benefit the Middlebury Community Food Pantry. http://www.epiphanypromotions.org/resolution-run.html R-6

Westedge Variety Groceries & More Brown & White

Sunbeam Bread

Milk

We now have canning jars & lids.

Wedding Gifts & Cookware Sets Rugs & Misc.

11855W 050N, Middlebury • 574-825-5378 Hours:

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“Modern camping in the midst of nature” 14583 SR 120 Bristol, IN 574-848-4583 ***Just 10 miles from Shipshewana***

Comfy Cottage & Rustic Log Camping Cabins Large Full Hookup 30/50 amp Pull Thru Sites 2 Heated Swimming Pools Hiking-Fishing-Game Courts-Weekend Activities Indoor Roller Rink & Laser Tag & Mini Bowl Golf Cart Rentals, Wi Fi & Laundry Facilities Available

www.ebyspines.com

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Every Mile Tells a Story ...

The nationally recognized Heritage Trail leads you to popular attractions, unique shops, historic sites, signature foods and seasonal events. Along the way, discover 19 FREE, all-new Quilt Gardens (May 30 - October 1), seven welcoming communities and so much more! Stop by the Middlebury Chamber for your FREE Travel Guide, map and Heritage Trail audio CD or call 800.262.8161.

LIFE

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HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS • ANNUITIES

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MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY O F M I D D L E B U RY, I N C .

MIKE MILLER, LUTCF P H O N E : 5 7 4 - 8 2 5 - 2 0 5 0 • FA X : 5 7 4 - 8 2 5 - 7 9 4 3 P. O . B O X 4 6 6 • 1 0 4 N O RT H M A I N S T R E E T M I D D L E B U RY, I N 4 6 5 4 0 MILLERINSURANCEMIDDLEBURY.COM • MILLERINS@AOL.COM

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Quality Used Cars & Trucks USINESS DOING B 85 SINCE 19 AUTO SALES Danny Ritchie, Owner

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Middlebury Community Schools 574-825-9425

www.mcsin-k12.org

Grade “A” School Corporation Middlebury Community Schools, where students thrive in exciting and challenging educational atmospheres. MCS offers International Baccalaureate, AP, and dual credit classes as well as state ranked athletic teams, state competitive choir and band programs and state competitive engineering programs. Jefferson Elementary School, K-3 Heritage Intermediate School, 4-5 Middlebury Elementary School, K-3 Northridge Middle School, 6-8 Orchard View Elementary School, K-3 Northridge High School, 9-12 York Elementary School, K-3

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“Here to service all your quilting dreams.” • Quilting Fabrics • Books & Patterns • Full Line Dealer of Baby Lock • Custom Quilting w/Computerized Gammill Statler Stitcher • Sewing Machine Service and Repairs

574-825-1151

Hours: M, W, Th, F 10-5:30; Tu 10-8; Sa 9-3

500 Spring Valley Road Suite #3, Middlebury, IN 46540 Located on US 20 just west of Essenhaus

www.pumpkinvinequilting.com

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Custom crafted kitchen and bath cabinets Serving northern Indiana and surrounding states since 1999.

Call us for your next project.

Cal & JoAnn Mullet 13320 CR 28 Middlebury, IN 46540 V.M. 574-825-4700 Fax 574-825-4740

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Jayco

VISITORS CENTER

Days, Hours & Tour Information Open Mon – Fri, 8am – 5pm (Closed Holidays) Daily plant tours M-Th at 12 noon.

903 SOUTH MAIN STREET MIDDLEBURY, IN 46540 • (574) 825-5861 • WWW.JAYCO.COM

Breakfast All Day

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Home Cooked Food Our Famous Cod & Salad M-Sat. Salad Bar M-Sat. 14330 US 20, Middlebury, IN 46540 1-1/4 Miles West of SR 13 on US 20 Summer — Open ‘til 8:30 p.m. Hours: 5:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Mon.-Sat.

574-825-2040

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574.825.3021

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Extensive Gift Department Household Accessories Paint & Hardware Audubon Bird Section

Willow Tree

(574) 825-2705 866-325-2705 101 S. Main St. Middlebury, IN

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www.varnsandhoover.com

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Handcrafted Rustic Style Furniture • Bedroom Suites • Lamps • Benches • Hall Trees • Rockers • Bar Stools and More

Quality Craftsmanship

115 E. Warren St., Downtown Middlebury Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm, Sat: 9am-2pm

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Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast Rest, Relax, Refresh at the Country Victorian where Comfort, Value & Friends come together.

• Four Guest Rooms w/Private Baths • Complimentary Wifi • Scrumptious Full Breakfast • AAA 3 Diamond Rating Call Arnie or Lori at: H. 574-825-2568 C. 574-612-3997 435 South Main St., Middlebury, IN

Visit Our Web Site www.countryvictorian.com

Chalet Party Shoppe

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Retailers of: Fine Wines Spirits Ale

309 N. Main Street Middlebury, Indiana (574) 825-9138 M-W 8am - 10pm Th-Sat 8am - 11pm www.chaletwines.com Large Selection - Great Prices! 8 locations in Elkhart County L-2

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574-825-1405 Hrs.: M-F 9-5, Sat. 9-2 108 S. Main St. Middlebury, IN

All Natural Herbal Supplements Multi Vitamins, Teas, Essential Oils And More! C-5

BILL’S

COLLISION SERVICE Specializing in Collision Repair, Alignment, Oil Changes, Detailing, Brakes and Air Conditioning, Rental Car Assistance

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5 13024 U.S. 20 • Middlebury, IN 46540

Phone: 574-825-2965 • Fax: 574-825-7008 billscollision@frontier.com

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Legendary

WiFi • Espresso Drinks • & Coffees Homemade • Baked Goods Breakfast • Lunch •

108 S. Main St. Downtown Middlebury

Call for info

574-538-7242

Behind Middlebury Mercantile

M-Sat. open at 7 am-3:30 pm +

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OLD CREAMERY ANTIQUES A Few of Our Many Items! Pedal Cars Primitives Automotive items Filling Station Items Collectable Books Kitchen Accessories Costume Jewelry

• Gas Pumps • Furniture • Glassware • Fishing Collectables • Coin Operated Machines • Collectable Toys •

574-358-0188 M-Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5 • 333 North Main St. • Middlebury, IN 15


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Homemade Sandwiches • Donuts Pastries • Breads • Relishes Jams & Jellies • Hudsonville Ice Cream

Fresh, Homemade No Preservatives Cashew Crunch

574-825-4032 www.risenrollbakery.com 1065N 1150W, Middlebury, IN 46540 (31⁄2 mi. east of Middlebury, IN)

Cinnamon Caramel Donut

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Locally Crafted Furniture Standard or Custom Designed Choose your style, size, wood & color.

108 S. Main St., Middlebury

574-825-1902

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Bicycles • Recumbent Trikes • Rentals • Repair Conveniently located near Pumpkinvine Nature Trail in downtown Middlebury 420 N. Main St.

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Service All & Install Most Types of Equipment It’s Hard To Stop A Trane.®

203 Wayne St., Middlebury, IN 46540 Ph.

(574) 825-8824

FREE Estimates www.elementmasters.net

24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE

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Custom Steel Fabricating And Powder Coating 14719 CR 20, Middlebury, IN 46540 Ph:574-825-5686

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Fax:574-825-8983

Charter Motorcoach Service From Northern Indiana & Southern Michigan to any destination in the US & Canada

Cardinal Buses, Inc. 800-348-7487 574-825-9405

202 E. Winslow, Middlebury www.cardinalbuses.com

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KITCHENS

Timothy Schlabach

F ine CABINETRY & WOODWORKING

Owner

13754 SR 4, Goshen, IN 46528 Phone (574) 825-9724 | Fax (574) 825-9752

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Everything Homemade! CARRYOUT MENU Cafe Signature Sandwiches • Homemade Soups Salads • Homemade Desserts See our menu Open evenings by reservation for groups of 10 or more and specials of the 129-B Orpha Dr., Middlebury, IN 46540 day on M-F 6AM-2PM • SAT 7AM-2PM

“Share the Heritage” PO Box 609 Middlebury, IN 46540

Handcrafted Heirlooms

(574) 825-1185 1-800-870-2524

www.manasseshenryfurniturecompany.com

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YARD OTTO’S COAL & STOVES eep Since 1982 • Quality Coal We aim to k rm you wa ! We install & service what we sell.

Lopi • Pacific Energy • Harman • D&S • Stoves • Boilers • Furnaces • Pellet Stoves Hearth Boards • Cast Iron Floor Registers • Stainless Double Wall Chimney • Eco-Fans

STOCKING STOVES FOR WOOD, COAL, LP, OR NATURAL GAS

Photos courtesy of Marla Krider

10435W 50N • MIDDLEBURY, IN 46540 KENNETH OTTO • VM (260) 768-4977 Ext. 2

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• Our Auto Bays Fit Your Duallys, Full-Size Vans and 4-Dr. & Extended Bed Pick-Ups • Automatic Bays 8’ Clearance • Self-Serve Bays 9’6� Clearance • Vacuum, Fragrance & Vending Ž

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A Touchless Automatic and Self-Serve Auto Wash

Visit Our Website For Discount Packages www.cewashes.com

Conveniently located in Middlebury off US 20 on Heritage Dr. across from Northridge MS

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A Boutique for Unique Treasures

The Shopping Place for Uncommon Treasures k Apparel k Tom’s Shoes k Brighton

k Jewelry & Accessories k EMU Boots

Downtown Middlebury Just South of Stoplight 102 S. Main St., Box 11 Middlebury, IN 46540

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574-825-7725

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M-F 10-5:30 Sat. 9-4:00

Dutch Country Market odles & Dutch Country Honey

Located between Shipshewana & Middlebury 5½ miles west of Shipshewana or 1 mile east of Middlebury

Watch Noodle Making Watch Honeybees at Work • • • • •

Jams & Apple Butter Local Maple Syrup   Jumbo Jelly Beans Fresh Vegetables In Season Homemade Peanut Butter Spread • Fudge & Honey • Glass Jar Canned Foods • We specialize in local made foods & crafts

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Das Dutchman Essenhaus

240 U.S. 20 www.Essenhaus.com

574-825-9471 800-455-9471

Enjoy Indiana’s largest Amish-style restaurant, home-style bakery, unique shops, upscale inn, family-friendly recreation,and local entertainment theatre on spectacular grounds. G-1

Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau

219 Caravan Dr., Elkhart (I-80/90, Elkhart Exit 92)

800-262-8161

www.AmishCountry.org Free Travel Guides, Heritage Trail Audio Tour CDs, Quilt Gardens/Murals maps, plus lodging and attraction information. Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm; Saturday, 9am-4pm. E-6

Jayco Visitors Center

903 S. Main St.

574-825-5861 www.jayco.com

Jayco is a full-line RV manufacturer of RV’s. Open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Daily plant tours Mon.-Thurs. at 12 p.m. EST. D-1

Middlebury Community Historical Museum

301 W. Bristol

574-825-0978 www.mchm.org

Displays Middlebury area historical topics. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.

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Eby’s Pines RV Park & Campground

14583 S.R. 120, Bristol

574-848-4583 www.ebyspines.com

300 sites, e/w, full, pull thru 50 amp hookups, cottage and cabin rentals, two heated pools, clean restrooms, fishing, playground, roller skating, laser tag and hiking trails. L-1

Middlebury KOA Campground

52867 S.R. 13

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574-825-5932 800-562-5892 www.middleburykoa.com

RV sites, A/C cabins, heated pool, hiking trails, flea market shuttle, rec hall, planned activities, fun for all ages.

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Aunt Karen’s Cafe

129-B Orpha Dr.

574-825-1122

Everything is homemade! Cafe signature sandwiches, soups, salads & desserts. Carryout menu. Open evenings by reservation for groups of 10 or more. L-3

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Country Lane Bakery

59162 CR 43

574-825-7918

“The Best in Baked Goods”. Taste the sweet delights. Cookies, pies, breads, sweet rolls, cakes and special orders. Howard & Ida Yoder. K-3

Hilltop Restaurant

14330 U.S. 20

574-825-2040

Home-cooked food. Our famous cod all day Monday-Saturday. Salad bar every evening. 1-1/4 miles west of SR 13 on U.S. 20. Monday-Saturday 5 a.m.-8 p.m. Summer — Open ’til 8:30 p.m. B-3 P-4

The Legendary Grind

108 S. Main St. Call for info

574-538-7242

Espresso drinks and coffees. Wi-Fi. Home-made muffins, locally roasted coffee beans by the pound. Breakfast and lunch. Open 7 am-3:30 pm+. Like us on Facebook.

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Rise-N-Roll Bakery & Deli

1065N 1150W

574-825-4032 www.risenrollbakery.com

Come enjoy our wide variety of homemade sandwiches, donuts, pastries, pies, breads, cookies, crunches, granolas, relishes, jams, jellies, Hudsonville Ice Cream & much more! Free coffee! A-4

Rulli’s Italian Restaurant

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851 U.S. 20, Suite 2, Northridge Plaza www.rullispizza.com

574-825-7222

Serving some of the area’s finest Italian food. Families welcome. Visit Bella Luna Sports Bar for entertainment. Like us on Facebook. B-2

Village Inn

107 S. Main St.

574-825-2043

“Where local people meet and eat.” Homemade foods, daily specials. Pies from scratch – will take holiday orders. Tues. and Fri. – Alaskan pollack nights.

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A & R Machine Shop

14719 CR 20

574-825-5686

Material-handling equipment – conveyors, gravity and power. Work platforms – mezzanines, bridges, scaffolds. Stairways, ladders, spirals, railings. Machinery – maintenance equipment, custom machines. Safety equipment – machine guards.

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Bee Hive Bed & Breakfast

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P.O. Box 1191

574-825-5023 www.beehivebandb.weebly.com

Cozy family atmosphere with full breakfast. Snacks available. Use 51129 CR 35, Bristol for GPS. beehivebandb@gmail.com E-4

Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast

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435 S. Main St.

574-825-2568 574-612-3997 www.countryvictorian.com

Beautiful turn of century Victorian. Four guest rooms with private baths. Complimentary Wifi and evening snacks. Enjoy graceful elegance with updated amenities. L-3

The Meadows Inn Bed & Breakfast

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12013 U.S. Hwy. 20

574-825-3913 www.meadowsinnb-b.com

Renovated Amish farmstead. 5 bedrooms. Private baths. King & queen beds. Complimentary snacks & drinks. Adjacent to golf course. Peaceful view from deck. Children welcome. C-5

That Pretty Place Bed & Breakfast Inn

212 U.S. Hwy. 20

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574-825-3021 www.ThatPrettyPlace.com

Beautiful, secluded wooded setting, private pond. Property connects to the Pumpkinvine Nature/Bike Trail. Nine guestrooms with private baths, five of them honeymoon suites with two-person tubs.

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Essenhaus Heritage Hall

240 U.S. 20 www.Essenhaus.com

574-825-9471 800-455-9471

Experience live theatre, comedians and award-winning bluegrass, contemporary Christian and gospel artists at Heritage Hall! Lodging and dinner packages are available.

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Bartel & Company Auctioneers/Realtors

14385 CR 22, Goshen

574-825-2115 www.bartelandcompany.com

A local company offering full auction services to the Michiana area specializing in farm, commercial, industrial and residential real estate at auction. C-5

Bill’s Collision Service

13024 U.S. 20

574-825-2965 billscollision@frontier.com

Specializing in collision repair, alignments, brakes, oil changes, air conditioning, detailing, and car rental assistance. M-F 8-5. C-1

Cardinal Buses, Inc.

202 E. Winslow

574-825-9405 800-348-7487 www.cardinalbuses.com

Quality charter motorcoach transportation service for groups of all types to any destination in the U.S. or Canada. A-4

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Caribbean Auto Spa

503 Heritage Dr.

574-825-3248 www.cewashes.com

A touchless automatic and self-serve auto wash. Dually’s, fullsize vans, and extended trucks fit. Call for discount packages. Open 24/7. D-3

The Element Masters, Inc.

203 Wayne St.

574-825-8824 www.elementmasters.net

Dealer of Trane, Mitsubishi and Water-Furnace Geothermal units. Service all types of equipment. 24-hour emergency service, FREE estimates. B-2

Century 21 Landmark Realty Group Call Kent Miller

104 N. Main P.O. Box 466

574-536-3999 www.KentMillerHomes.com

Kent Miller specializes in Middlebury area real estate. Put his 37 years of experience to work for you! c21kmiller@aol.com L-1

Dick’s Auto Parts

50521 SR 13

574-825-7424 www.dicksautoparts.com

Truck and car accessories, Nerf Bars, Tonneau covers. New take off parts; beds, seats, tire & wheels, bumpers, mirrors, patch panels & southern used beds. B-3

First State Insurance Agency

Middlebury Goshen Elkhart

574-825-5458 574-534-2686 574-266-7892

Your full-service insurance agency for Auto, Home, Business, Health and Life. Contact one of our experienced agents for your quote today. “Subsidiary of First State Bank”. C-4

Greencroft Middlebury

701 Windridge Dr.

574-825-6785 www.greencroft.org

Senior lifestyle living in a faith-based community, within a hometown community for people 55-plus. Office hours M-F 9 a.m.-4 p.m. C-5 I-5

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IU Health Goshen Hospital

200 High Park Ave., Goshen www.goshenhealth.com

574-364-1000

Expert care for all your family’s needs. C-4

Little Saints Child Care & Preschool Ministry

708 Wayne St.

574-825-9683 stpaulsmiddlebury.org

Hours 5:45 am-5:30 pm. Mon.-Fri. Child care 6 weeks to 5th grade. Preschool, Pre-K and summer programs available. Affordable, Christian child care.

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Middlebury Community Public Library

101 E. Winslow

574-825-5601 www.mdy.lib.in.us

Free wireless connection. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Check website for program offerings. A-4 B-4 E-4

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Middlebury Community Schools

56853 Northridge Dr.

574-825-9425 www.mcsin-k12.org

We proudly are rated Grade A with four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school and one high school. B-2

Miller Insurance Agency

104 N. Main St.

574-825-2050 www.millerinsurancemiddlebury.com millerins@aol.com

Contact Mike Miller for your insurance needs — life, health, home, auto, business, annuities. Open Mon.-Fri. 9-5. D-5

Monteith’s Best One Tire and Auto Care

132 Orpha Dr., Ste. B

574-825-8080 www.monteithtire.com

We are a full-service automotive tire and service center. Hours Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30, Sat. 7:30-12. E-5

Ritchie Auto Sales

801 S. Main St.

574-825-5441

Providing you with 29 years of locally owned sales and service of quality pre-owned cars, trucks and vans. Financing available.

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Ace Hardware

103 Crystal Heights Blvd.

574-825-7011

Your helpful hardware, offering paint, housewares, power tools, propane, lumber, lawn/garden, plumbing, electrical, RV supplies, nuts, bolts & friendly service. E-4

Cargo Plus Sales

511 N. Main St. (S.R. 13)

574-825-0900 www.cargo-plus.com

Trailers — enclosed, car haulers, landscape, dump, construction and trailer accessories. Camping supplies, golf carts, Paddle King pontoon. Contact Steve, steve@cargoplus.com. B-1

Chalet Party Shoppe

309 N. Main St.

574-825-9138 www.chaletwines.com

Extensive selection and a friendly, knowledgeable staff are just two reasons why we are Elkhart County’s premier adult beverage retailer. B-3

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Chupp’s Herbs

108 S. Main St.

574-825-1405

We have a variety of all natural herbal supplements. Multivitamins, teas, essential oils and more. Quality. Service. Value. B-2

The Cinnamon Stick

102 S. Main St.

574-825-7725 mycinnamonstick@gmail.com/Facebook

A quaint boutique for women. You’ll find unique and fashionable treasures in our historic building. Free gift-wrapping! K-3 P-5

D & M Sales, LLC

13487 CR 22

VM 574-825-9024

Our commitment: Your satisfaction is our goal! Horse & pony shelters, pony carts & wagons, Plywood & Luan, FRP Panels and paneling. L-2 Q-4

Dutch Country Market

From downtown Middlebury, go east on Warren St. (CR 16) 1 mile, 574-825-3594 or go 5 1/2 mi. west of Shipshewana on Middlebury St. (CR 250N). Homemade noodles made on site. Live honeybees, pure honey products. Glass jar canned fruits, veggies, jams, salsas. Jumbo Jelly beans.

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Fork’s County Line Stores

508 E. Warren St.

574-825-5896

Unordinary foods. Brand names, generic prices. Bulk baking supplies. B-2 P-4

Gohn Brothers

105 S. Main St.

574-825-2400 800-595-0031 www.gohnbrothers.com

Over 110-year-old family owned store still making Amish and plain clothing. Check out our fabrics, notions, quilting supplies, yarn, oilcloth, Woolrich, Dickies, and Redwing shoes. B-2 Q-4

Golden Star Furniture

115 E. Warren St.

574-350-6426

Handcrafted rustic style furniture & decor. Hall trees, lamps, BR suites, bar stools, benches, walking sticks. M-F 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. L-2

Guggisberg Deutsch Kase Haus

11275 W 250 N

574-825-9511 www.babyswiss.com

View world-champion cheeses being made at our country store between Middlebury and Shipshewana on W 250 N. Open 8am-5pm Mon.-Sat. E-4

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Harding’s Friendly Markets

510 S. Main St.

574-825-5722 www.hardings.com

Your local food & pharmacy marketplace. Open 7 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week! L-2 R-3

Laura’s Fabrics

55140 CR 43

VM 574-825-3787 ext. 1

Quilt blocks and pillow cases for embroidery, sewing notions, footwear, sewing & quilt fabrics, Heritage Lace, baby items, toys & gifts. E-4

The Market Place of Middlebury

511 S. Main St. (S.R. 13) www.themarketplaceofmiddlebury.com

574-825-4001

Antiques, collectibles, primitives, local handmade items, cast iron, coke items, & many Amish made items. Café open for breakfast and lunch. M-F 6am-5pm, Sat. 6am-4pm. E-1

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Old Creamery Antiques

333 N. Main St.

574-358-0188

We have furniture and glassware. Fishing, books and toy collectibles. Filling station items, pedal cars, automotive and primitives. Open M-Sa 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sundays 15 p.m. A-2

Old Hoosier Meats and Cheese

101 Wayne St.

574-825-2940

Offering a full-service meat counter, smoked meats, specialty foods, and grilling supplies. Located in the original, historical Middlebury gymnasium. T,W 9-5; Th, Fr 9-6; Sat 8-2 M-3

Otto’s Coal Yard & Stoves

10435W 50N

260-768-4977

In business since 1982. Full line of stoves, boilers, fireplaces, furnaces and pellet stoves. Lopi, Pacific Energy, Harman, D&S. L-3 R-5

Pumpkin Patch Market, Inc.

10532 U.S. 20

574-825-3312

Locally made furniture from bedroom, dining room & entertainment centers, to children’s playsets & Poly lawn furniture. Seasonal produce market. F-1

Pumpkinvine Cyclery

420 N. Main St.

574-825-2252 www.pumpkinvinecyclery.com

Rentals – repair – new bikes – recumbent trikes – fit services. A-4

Pumpkinvine Quilting

500 Spring Valley Rd.

574-825-1151 www.pumpkinvinequilting.com

"Here to service all your quilting dreams.” Sewing & Embroidery Machines, Quilting Fabrics, Books & Patterns. Custom Quilting w/ Computerized Gammill Statler Stitcher. Sewing machine service and repairs. Hours M, W, Th, F 10-5:30; T 10-8; Sa 9-3

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The Quilt Shop

240 U.S. 20

574-825-9471 x 300 800-455-9471 x 300 www.EssenhausQuiltShop.com

Locally made Amish quilts and home accents. Custom orders welcomed. Full line quilt store. Demonstration of Locker Hooking and Quilt Magic. B-2

Varns And Hoover Hardware

101 S. Main St.

574-825-2705 www.varnsandhoover.com

Old-fashioned hardware with a wonderful selection of gift items. Serving the community since 1886. R-6

Westedge Variety

11855W 050N

574-825-5378

Groceries and more. Brown & white Sunbeam bread, wedding gifts and cookware sets, canning jars and lids, boxed all occasion cards. M,Tu,Thu,Fri 8-4:30; Sa 8-2; closed Wed. & Sun.

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General Store

103 Crystal Heights Blvd.

574-825-9146

Nostalgic toys fill shelves. Sock monkeys, marbles, push toys, board games. “Penny” candy, vintage soda pop, hundreds of popcorn flavors. B-2 P-4

Spiceberry Vine

108 S. Main St.

574-825-1405

Home decor, hand woven rugs, candles, handmade soaps, gifts & wall words. Hours: M-F 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-2pm. E-6

The Tulip Tree

103 Crystal Heights Blvd.

574-825-9146

A shopping discovery & a cup of tea await you. Charming gifts, home decor, fashion accessories, clothing, pottery, linens, gourmet foods, candles & more!

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Elite Kitchens

13754 SR 4, Goshen

574-825-9724

Fine cabinetry and woodworking located within Legacy Home Furniture Showroom. Owner – Timothy Schlabach. B-2

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Golden Star Furniture

115 E. Warren St.

574-350-6426

Handcrafted rustic style furniture & decor. Hall trees, lamps, BR suites, bar stools, benches, walking sticks. M-F 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. K-3

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Heritage Wood Designs, LLC

13320 CR 28

574-825-4700

Custom crafted kitchen and bath cabinets, serving northern Indiana and surrounding states since 1999. Call us for your next project. B-3

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Legacy Home Furniture

108 S. Main St.

574-825-1902

Handcrafted solid oak, cherry, maple furniture built by local craftsmen. Come, discover the value! Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm; Sat. 9 am-4 pm.

Manasses Henry Furniture Company PO Box 609 www.ahfurniture.com

574-825-1185 800-870-2524 Email: ahf@ahfurniture.com

Quality furniture. Each piece built with care by Amish craftsmen. Bench-built solid lumber furniture with hand-rubbed oil finishes. S

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Flea Market Shuttle Shopping Tours • Pool • Rec Hall • Full Hook Up • Kamping Kabins • Propane Tanks Filled Seven Days a Week April-October

Middlebury KOA Close to: Campground RV Sales, Service

52867 State Road 13 Middlebury, IN 46540 (574) 825-5932 Resv: (800) 562-5892 www.middleburykoa.com

& Outlets Amish Restaurants and Cheese Factory Amish Visitor Center Amish Acres Das Dutchman Essenhaus Excellent Fishing Notre Dame Shipshewana Flea Market & Auction

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OPEN M,Tu,Thu,F 8-5 Wed. 8:30-5 Sat. 8-Noon

Truck & Car Accessories • Nerf Bars – Tonneau Covers NEW TAKE OFF PARTS: Beds • Seats • Tire & Wheels Bumpers • Mirrors • Patch Panels • Southern Used Beds 50521 State Road 13 (State Line) • Middlebury, IN 46540 574-825-7424 www.dicksautoparts.com

Pumpkin Patch Market, Inc.

L-3 R-5 Dinette Sets • Plasma Cabinets • Bedroom Suites Office Furniture • Children’s Furniture • Pictures & Accessories

Vinyl Swingsets

Handcrafted

Full Line Of “Poly” Patio & Lawn Furniture, Vinyl Playsets, Pergolas, Pavilions, Garden Sheds

M-Sat. 9-5 574-825-3312 10532 US 20, Middlebury, IN 46540 Arcadian Pergolas

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Expert care for all your family’s needs. We’re your friends and neighbors, a part of this community providing quality healthcare that fits your lifestyle. From wellness programs and woman’s health, to heart & vascular and cancer care, you’ll find peace of mind knowing that your community has the resources to help you better manage your health. Welcome to the place we call home. 574.533.2141 www.iuhealth.org/goshen

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Discover hospitality around every corner... Savor authentic generations-old family recipes served buffet, family-style & menu dining.

Choose from 30 varieties of pie

and other delicious baked treats at the Essenhaus Bakery.

Br Browse owse through apparel,

accessories, home decorr, quilts, gifts and so much more at the Village Shops

Explore Explor re the park-like setting with a carriage ride or a round of miniature golf. Relax in a suite or balcony room at the charming, cozy country Inn.

Enjoy live entertainment yearround at Heritage Hall. Stage productions every Tuesday and Friday

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