2020 Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes & Farms

2020 Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes & Farms

Here you go. Your one central read for all things pumpkin patch and Fall fun in Greater Lafayette, Indiana. Have a safe and amazing Fall season! Many farms and patches require an advance ticket purchase. Please visit the website for specific COVID-19 safety precautions and guidelines. 2020 Greater Lafayette Fall Fun! Exploration AcresSeasonally, Exploration Acres opens to the public for a full corn maze and pumpkin patch! It’s one of the most known corn mazes in the state of Indiana, and – fun fact – it holds the title for the largest corn maze in Northwest Indiana! Exploration Acres‘s farm additionally holds Fall fun for all with hay rides, fire pits for rent, a rustic store, and so, so much more are all on the property! Click here to explore their website for more information.Click here for admission prices!6042 Newcastle Rd, Lafayette, IN 47905Open September 18 – October 25, 2020Thursday (October only) 6:00 – 10:00 P.M.Friday 6:00 – 11:00 P.M.Saturday 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M.Sunday 12:00 – 7:00 P.M.Oak Hill Corn Maze and Tree FarmThis one will take you down to Crawfordsville, IN, and it’ll be worth the drive. Admission includes access to Oak Hill‘s a soybean maze, the corn maze, wagon rides, a giant 200 ft hill slide, kid’s zipline, Fall decor shop, pumpkins of all shapes, colors, and sizes, and so much more! Click here for more information!Admission is $8/person (ages 2 and under are free!)493 W Oak Hill Rd, Crawfordsville, IN 47933U-PICK pumpkins are open daily from 5:00 – 8:00 P.M.Open September 26 – November 1, 2020 (weekends only)Saturdays from 10:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.Sundays from 1:00 – 6:00 P.M.Hillside Acres Family FarmGreater Lafayette‘s newest corn maze and farm...
Downtown Lafayette Fresh Air Eats

Downtown Lafayette Fresh Air Eats

Did you hear? There’s a 6 week Downtown Lafayette, IN dining experience going on during current weekends at some local staples in the area! The heart behind this temporarily shuts down some streets through downtown, extending space for more tables and spaced seating for restaurants. Some downtown Lafayette, IN restaurants and bars don’t have and outdoor seating or access to expand space. This organized idea gives space for everyone. Benefits abound when you attend this event – great food, great times together, great Indiana Fall weather – why wouldn’t you come?! Dates and Everything You Need to Know This information came directly from the Facebook Event created and organized by the City of Lafayette. Check out the actual Facebook Event for more details and exact dates. “Downtown Lafayette restaurants/bars will be expanding their patio dining experience for patrons to enjoy additional outdoor dining spaces for the next 6 weekends as part of Lafayette’s Fresh Air Eats promotion. Beginning August 28 and running through October 4, come downtown to enjoy your favorite establishment’s food and drink in a whole new way! Fresh Air Eats will run on Friday nights from four to 10 pm; Saturdays, 9 am to 10 pm; and Sundays, 9 am to 9 pm. Establishments taking part in the program are: East End GrillCellar Wine BistroRevolution BarbequeProfessor Joe’sDT Kirby’sThieme & WagnerLafayette Brewing CompanyBobby T’sFolieBistro 501KnickerbockerBlack SparrowBru Burger Additional establishments already have outdoor dining areas or they are following the COVID-19 safe dining guidelines so please visit the following restaurants/bars in downtown Lafayette: Sgt. Preston’s of the NorthThe VaultRed SevenStar City CoffeeJava RoasterHoney Baked HamChumley’sBlind PigSunrise DinerSakeYatagarasuSichuan HouseBru...
Shop Local: Lafayette Farmers Markets

Shop Local: Lafayette Farmers Markets

We’re here with a no brainer, two fold summer solution. This summer, watch your dollars directly impact the community by attending the Greater Lafayette, IN Farmers Market and investing into some delicious produce, sun-sweetened products, and plants. Organic goods and Indiana home grown produce never tasted better or boosted your health more! They are transitioning to a traditional market model while working closely to care for the vendors, customers, and overall community while following Indiana “back on track” guidelines in tandem with TCHD guidelines. Keep reading for details on what’s available right now at the Lafayette Farmers Market, and what the current guidelines are! According to the Lafayette Farmers Market Facebook page, here’s what’s currently available: At this time, the market has the following items for sale: whole produce, meat, dairy, eggs, honey, pet treats, and seedlings. We have added bakeries, cut flowers, health and beauty items, hot food vendors and craft vendors, bringing the vendor count to 32. Please be sure to enter in on the east side at the corner of 5th and Columbia. You will be redirected if you enter from the other direction due to a participant count. Additionally, this helps to keep the flow of foot traffic one direction, providing safety for guests! Hours and Locations If you didn’t know, Lafayette, IN offers a farmer’s market in three locations throughout the area every Saturday morning from May to October. Here are the locations, times, and details! Downtown Lafayette on 5th St. between Main and ColumbiaSaturday MorningsMay to October from 8:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.On Purdue University’s CampusAt the northwestern corner of the Memorial MallOn Thursday evenings with an anticipated start date...
Summer Fun Ideas during COVID-19 Pandemic

Summer Fun Ideas during COVID-19 Pandemic

While this summer might be different than any other due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, there are still plenty of things to do outside of your home in the Greater Lafayette, IN area. Our region of Indiana has some great outdoor spots and trails to enjoy, but if you consider all of Indiana’s goodies, you’ll enjoy so much extra! Please allow us to encourage you to take time together this summer, and enjoy spots in Indiana that you’ve never had the time to visit! As always, while enjoying these activities and more, please continue to practice social distancing. Click here to view Governor Eric Holcomb’s “Back on Track Indiana” plan. It includes official dates and guidelines for everything related to COVID-19. Drive in Movie Theaters: A true hidden treasure that’s making a fierce comeback! Check out M.E.L.S. at the Starlight in Thorntown, IN!Orchards: Enjoy a day at one of our many Indiana orchards and get the season’s pickin’s! Strawberries, blueberries, apples, peaches, pears, oh my!Bike trails: We have so many for all different skill levels! Get the family together for a Saturday ride! Click here for the ones in our area and beyond!Greater Lafayette, IN swimming pools and parks are open! Click here to view their locations and hours.Fishing: Click here to view our list of public fishing spots in the Greater Lafayette, IN area!Enjoy ice cream favorites in our area. Outside of Greater Lafayette, IN State and National Parks: The closest one to us is Prophetstown State Park, which is within the Greater Lafayette, IN area. It has plenty do to, fishing, biking, hiking, camping, and even “the Farm...
Romanski Group Blood Drive

Romanski Group Blood Drive

LAFAYETTE BLOOD DRIVE The Romanski Group is partnering with the Indiana Blood Center to help save lives. The need for blood donations is very high, and safety protocols have been appropriately increased to protect donors. The Big Red Bus will be parked just outside of Matchbox Coworking Studio. Safe practices for safe donations include: donor temperatures will be checked prior, only two donors at a time permitted, and full sanitation between each use. Raise a sleeve and join us on May 14th, 2020 to make a difference! SIGN UP for your time here : https://bit.ly/2yKupgG For up-to-date information on YOUR Indiana area neighborhood or a FREE Seller Consultation – call The Romanski Group at (765) 293.9200.  Using an experienced team is the way to get your home ‪SOLD‬! You deserve the BEST Realtor in the Lafayette Indiana...
Pi Day Specials

Pi Day Specials

Are you ready to let your math nerd show a little bit? Pi Day. Celebrated on March 14th, 2020, it’s a time where many math lovers talk about the infinite digits of Pi and all things math-y, and consequently, celebrate by eating pie. What else would they do? It’s just too obvious. We are down with any reason to eat pie. What is Pi? With words from PiDay.org, Pi is: ” Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159… Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. As an irrational and transcendental number, it will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern. While only a handful of digits are needed for typical calculations, Pi’s infinite nature makes it a fun challenge to memorize, and to computationally calculate more and more digits.Learn More About Pi – What is Pi?“ Well, here’s your guide to the sweet treats around town on Pi Day. Sweet Revolution Bake Shop 109 N 5th St, Lafayette, IN 47901 Sweet Revolution Bake Shop knows pie and, to our benefit, they’re having a sale! “In honor of PI Day, all out pies will be on sale this Saturday! (Open from 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.) 3″ pies – 4 for $104″ Pies – $3.148″ pies – $3.14 off$3.14 off dozen prices (call to pre-order dozen orders by Thursday) Flavors of the week: Strawberry Rhubarb S’more Strawberry Cobbler Key Lime Apple Caramel Lemon Chess Vanilla Bean Rum Pear Sugar Cream Bourbon Chocolate...