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Happy Spring Break, Friends!
The Fox got an early start on spring break this year, and Mam has been on vacation since dismissal this afternoon. We started the celebration by taking the van through the carwash- we like to live it up, you know?
We’ve got visiting family, a day in Chicago, and probably a few trips to the indoor pool on our agenda for next week.As much as I love it all, by the time the weekend rolls around, I’ll be ready to pack lunchboxes again.
BUT WAIT! There’s one final fun thing on our agenda, and it’s more a mom thing than a kid thing (hey, Mom needs a spring break moment too). The Indiana Artisan Marketplace is happening April 6th and 7th at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Visitors will be able to visit 150 Indiana Artisans, sample food, wine and watch artwork be created. What is a Indiana Artisan, exactly? According to the Indiana Artisan Website:
An Indiana Artisan is a Hoosier recognized for careful attention to detail, knowledge of a craft and an entrepreneurial spirit. His or her talent contributes to Indiana’s reputation for quality work, and the Indiana Artisan brand includes paintings, woodwork, wine, jewelry, weaving and fiber art, specialty cheeses, glass, pottery, fudge, chocolates, popcorn, and more.
All of the above sounds really good to me. And good news!! I am giving away two tickets to this event!
To enter to win, all you need to do is leave a comment telling me something Indiana-made you love.
For additional entries, share this post via Facebook and/or Twitter, and leave an additional comment telling me that you did.
Winner will be picked Monday at noon, and will have 24 hours to respond! Good luck!
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10 Replies to “Spring Break 2013 plus a Giveaway”
Something Indiana-made that I love? My daughter. Besides her, anything made a Trader’s Point Creamery. And maple syrup from the Indiana State Fair. Wow.
In my hometown (Madison), there’s a chocolate shop called Cocoa Safari. The woman who owns it is a genius with chocolate. She makes the best chocolate creams/truffles/other chocolate treats I’ve ever had — hands down. (And I’ve had LOTS of chocolate in my life!)
I tweeted about your giveaway (@judyswitz)
Sweet Corn at the State Fair…mmmmmm.
I <3 so many different Indiana made things, but Wilson Wines of Modoc, Indiana is my favorite. I'm probably a little biased though since we're related.
I shared it on Facebook. 🙂
And twitter. 🙂
I like the veggies, breads and home made ice cream from vendors at the summer time Danville farmers market.
I like the Rubarb wine from Mallow Run Winery.
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