For the third time in five years, Fort Wayne area artist Fred Doloresco captured the first place prize at the Indiana Heritage Arts Exhibition and Sale at the Brown County Art Gallery in Nashville. The IHA Show, now celebrating its 39th year, is one of the largest art competitions in the Midwest and features traditional style work by the best Indiana artists.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner! What are you doing this year to show your mom how special she is? How about a trip to Brown County?!
Treat Mom to a getaway filled with shopping, art, outdoor adventure, live music, good food, great drinks, and so much more! Head to Brown County for the day or the weekend and make this Mother’s Day one that Mom will remember!
It’s official, it’s spring! Instead of hitting the beach or spending hours stuck in the car, spend your Spring Break in Brown County this year! That’s right, no matter what direction you’re coming from, we’re only a short drive away. Plus, with endless outdoor adventure opportunities and a one-of-a-kind downtown Village, a visit to Brown County is hard to beat!
So, if you’re looking for some last-minute Spring Break plans, pack your bags, grab the family, and head to Brown County! Come for a long weekend, break up the mid-week monotony, or stay for the entire week…we have plenty to discover and do.
Gaining notoriety for our vibrant fall foliage (and rightly so), Brown County is one of the best places around to see autumn’s beautiful colors. In fact, it’s one of the top spots in the Midwest and even the whole country according to some.
To make your fall getaway to Brown County as enjoyable as possible, we’ve decided to put together a guide to help you better navigate your way around, bypass some of the traffic and crowds, and suggest some off-the-beaten-path activities. Let’s just call it an Insider’s Guide to Fall in Brown County.