It doesn’t take long in the Village to realize Nashville is a special town. Unlike most other small towns with populations around the 1000 mark, there’s no shortage of things to do. From eclectic boutiques and galleries to beautiful scenery and outdoor adventure, the town of Nashville (and Brown County in general) is a great place to be. In fact, it was recently named one of America’s 20 best small towns by Smithsonian Magazine!
However, one thing seems to be missing. Ask Carey Spain what every town needs and he’s quick to tell you…it’s a bookstore! Which is exactly why he now owns Fallen Leaf Books, a new and unique bookstore in the Village of Nashville.
When you mention outdoor adventure in Brown County, most people think of hiking in the State Park. But, there’s much more to Brown County’s outdoor recreation scene…mountain biking being one of those things. With miles and miles of flowing trails, scenic vistas, and amazing terrain, Brown County has become a world class mountain biking destination. Which is exactly why Quincy Robinson jumped on the idea of opening his own bike rental company, Q’s Bikes.
By Guest Blogger: Pat Lloyd, Indiana Heritage Arts Board Member
After much anticipation Indiana Heritage Arts 37th Annual Exhibition and Sale opened Friday night to rave reviews! More than 200 people attended the opening night Preview and Awards presentation. From the comments I heard from guests they rated this show the best one yet.
When I heard there was a new store opening up in town that had both gyros and art, I wasn’t quite sure how the two would go together. Seems like a pretty unlikely combo but Steve Kemp, owner of Gyros Food & Art Studios, has got it all figured out.
An eclectic blend of food, jewelry, clothing, and art, Kemp’s store is definitely one-of-a-kind. Not to mention, he’s serving up the only gyro in Nashville! Just hearing about this place wasn’t enough; I had to go see it for myself.