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...
Greater Lafayette, IN Breweries

Greater Lafayette, IN Breweries

There’s just something about having the right beer with dinner or on a warm afternoon with some friends. Craft beer has a culture of its own, and “all its glory”, is a deep well of fun for those who are into it. You’ll find folks all over the United States passionate about the subject of small batch brewing, and we’re about it! Thankfully, Greater Lafayette, IN brewers are abundant too. We are all about supporting the small businesses and supporting small breweries is no different! If you’re new to this endeavor, food and drink pairings are major players in the craft beer game. Be sure to check out each specific pairing recommendations with specialty craft beers. People’s Brewing Company (Lafayette, IN): Most known in the Greater Lafayette, IN for their ale, “Boiler Gold” and their porter, “Boiler Black”, (BOILER UP!) you’ll find a variety of People’s IPA’s, ales, stouts, or seasonals throughout the city in grocery stores or gas stations. Here’s their bio on Google: “Brewing facility for small-batch beer, offering daily tastings in tap room plus free weekend tours.” This is a fun destination for a day adventure. Teays River Brewing and Public House (Lafayette, IN): While Teays has their own micro-brewing going on with a stellar selection of beers- hops, malt, and alpha flavorings- they also have a full menu featuring steaks, tacos, stone fired pizza, and more. So whether you’re looking for a place to have dinner with some amazing ambiance or a night out with some friends, Teays is a great place to just come hang out no matter the occasion.Lafayette Brewing Company (Downtown Lafayette,...
Greater Lafayette, IN Wineries

Greater Lafayette, IN Wineries

There are wineries throughout the world, and you could easily make it a sole life-mission to fully experience and visit places within the world’s wine culture. Honestly, we think life is too short to drink bad wine. So, why not enjoy the finer side of life? Actually, according to Healthline and various other sources, drinking wine has health benefits, which explains why humans have been drinking it for centuries. One opinion states that wine tastes best at the property where the grapes are grown. Fortunately, within an hour’s drive of Greater Lafayette, IN, we have plenty of home grown grapes-turned-to-wine facilities, so you can find the best tasting wine in the area for yourself. These wineries open to the public for you to come experience the countryside for a relaxing day or event, but most importantly, they’ll display some of that good ol’ Hoosier hospitality, making you feel at home. Most of these locations offer various events throughout the warmer months (some are only open during those summer months!). So, allow us to encourage you to explore the websites for depth in each Indiana winery’s history, culture, and, of course, wine! Why not try them all? Greater Lafayette, IN Wineries Wildcat Creek Winery (Lafayette, IN): “Rick and Kathy Black purchased the property that is now Wildcat Creek Winery in 2007. After a year of renovations, and converting it from a once functioning farm into a winery, they opened the doors to the public. We have been making and serving our award-winning wines here since 2008.”Carpenter Creek Cellars (Remington, IN): ” Carpenter Creek Cellars is the full realization of two...