Small Business Spotlight: Kenny Kendall’s Gourmet Popcorn

Small Business Spotlight: Kenny Kendall’s Gourmet Popcorn

Are you a extra butter popcorn eater? Or do you doctor it up with some drizzled chocolate and coconut flakes? Well, no matter your popcorn preference, your world is about to be rocked with the knowledge of Kenny Kendall’s Gourmet Popcorn. “POP on in!” to this super fun, locally owned restaurant for some amazing and different-than-you’ve-ever-seen popcorn and more. Kenny Kendall’s Gourmet Popcorn is located just outside of Lafayette in Dayton, IN. Enjoy samples of their delicious, seasonal popcorn flavors, and maybe also pop in for lunch for some of their food stand styled eatery meals. See more details below! Kenny Kendall’s Popcorn and Candy Store Here are some things to check out right now! Summer flavors include Blueberry Pie and Watermelon Lemonade. Specialty baskets for all occasions such as graduation, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Christmas are available! In store options also feature gourmet pop corn donuts and cakes with flavors such as “Birthday Blitz” and “Lemon Pound Cake”. You will not be disappointed by any of these options, folks. Kenny Kendall’s Eatery In addition to their candied popcorn, Kenny Kendall’s is also an eatery. Here’s the menu for your dining pleasure. We’re already drooling over these options! Menus found at https://www.kennykendalls.com/eatery Please get out there and support your local businesses during this time! We need each other, and this is a great way to show love to your community. Kenny Kendall’s Gourmet Popcorn Hours, Location, and Reviews Open Wednesday through Saturday from 11:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.MCLOSED weekly on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday *Please call ahead to confirm hours and occupancy allowance. Modifications might be in place due...

Fourth of July in Greater Lafayette

The 4th of July Greater Lafayette, IN looks a little different this year. Due to the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19, regularly scheduled firework shows and festivals have been cancelled. Fortunately, there are some spots in Indiana still celebrating within the social distancing guidelines and coinciding with the Back on Track Indiana Plan. Here are some ways to celebrate 4th of July this year! Greater Lafayette, IN 4th of July Locally, Waynetown Freedom Festival is a go! Here are some details listed on their Facebook Page: “Come to Waynetown and celebrate America and the freedoms we have. Help us honor veterans and present day military.Food, vendors, live music, fireworks at dusk!Food:*Robin’s Homestyle Catering will be serving breakfast and their famous chicken and noodles the rest of the day. Look for them in their new food trailer.*Under the Rusk Shelter the festival committee will be serving hamburgers, pork burgers, hotdogs and other goodies.*The Gigglin’ Pig will be serving their grilled pork items.*Street Penguin Gelato will be making their debut with a large variety of flavors.*Dippin Dots will be serving their frozen treats.*Kona Ice will be making their debut. They sell frozen drinks and offer a bunch of flavors.*Popcorn will be sold by our Boy Scouts.Freedom Festival Stage Line-up:Live DJ 11 am5 pm. Eric Barr and the Jammers7 pm Special Honor Ceremony7:45 pm Dapper Dan Band9:50 Veterans Salute, Presentation of Colors, Taps, National Anthem10 pm. Fireworks!” For other 4th of July celebrations around the entire state of Indiana, look at VisitIndiana.com. They have a calendar with some events listed as still on for the 4th! Fourth of July Safety Due to the...
Back in Business: Where We’re Going Final COVID-19 Update

Back in Business: Where We’re Going Final COVID-19 Update

Well, we made it! This week, on July 3rd, 2020, the state of Indiana enters its 5th and final stage of the “Back on Track Indiana” plan. But what exactly does that mean? Here are some simplified details of stage 5’s openings and regulations! For future or additional modifications and up to date social distance regulations, please refer to the “Back on Track” website. It’s easy to navigate, with convenient, accessible, thorough information. The official Executive Order details can be found here. Back on Track Indiana Stage 5 Stage 5 takes us back to as “normal” as possible. We will list some things as opening at full capacity, but note that each business operates on a case by case basis. Businesses and overseers of events are able to make final decisions on capacity regulations and procedures individually. Masks are still recommended, but they’re not required. Social distancing is enforced. Be sure to call ahead at restaurants, churches, events, and other businesses you visit even if they are listed here. Many may still not move forward at “full capacity” even with it being permitted. Here are the openings: “Retail stores and malls may operate at full capacityRestaurants, bars, and nightclubs may operate at full capacityPersonal services may open at full capacityRestrictions are lifted at gyms and fitness facilitiesConventions, sports events, fairs, festivals, the state fair, and like events may resumeRestrictions are lifted at amusement parks, water parks, and like facilities. Social distancing guidelines should be maintainedYouth overnight camps may openRecreational youth and adult sports tournaments may resumePari-mutuel horse racing and county and state fair racing anticipated to begin with spectatorsRaceway...
Small Business Spotlight: Trader’s Point Creamery

Small Business Spotlight: Trader’s Point Creamery

“Fresh. Simple. Organic.” is their slogan, and we can’t think of a better way to describe Trader’s Point Creamery! This small business sits about 50 miles outside of Greater Lafayette, IN, but we want you to know about it for your next day trip adventure. Take a literally step onto the farm for a weekend brunch, date night, or as a destination for your next major event. This versatile, comfortable and cozy wide open space serves their crowd in many ways. All about the small scale and perfecting the small batch, heart and soul goes into every product created by Trader’s Point Creamery. As we describe the offerings of their farm, know that these are top of their class in origin, process, and presentation. Expect finely tuned recipes, detail from the aged cheeses to the milkshakes to the chairs you sit in, and friendly, smiling faces that make the experience complete. In an effort to adequately describe the space and products, we’ll use some information directly from the Trader’s Point Creamery Website. The Loft: Restaurant “At Traders Point Creamery, we believe that food has a story. As a farm-to-table restaurant with organic and sustainable sourcing, we follow our food from the pasture to the plate to ensure that you can trust its sources. We believe that the finest dishes begin with fresh ingredients. Some ingredients travel only a short distance from our land to our kitchen, while many others come from local sustainable farms that we cultivate relationships with.Our rotating menu reflects our dedication to raising and serving food in harmony with the land. Featured dishes rotate with seasonal changes...
Tee Time: Greater Lafayette Indiana Golf Courses

Tee Time: Greater Lafayette Indiana Golf Courses

Summer is here, and after a Spring in quarantine, we’re all itching to get out of the house this season. One safe, practical way to enjoy Greater Lafayette, IN and its beautiful tee time weather is on the golf course! Here are a few local golf courses along with their credentials. We hope this is helpful for you to choose which ones you want to visit for the day or frequent all summer! Brick Boilermaker Golf Complex The Brick Boilermaker Golf Complex consists of a couple courses. These courses are both part of the Pete Dye Golf Trail of Indiana which includes 7 courses throughout the state. Enjoy the trail of some of the most unique designs in the USA! Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, Kampen CourseAbout Birck Boilermaker, Kampen CourseUniversity facility50 tees driving range36 regulation holesAwards at Birck Boilermaker, Kampen CourseGolfweek Magazine’s America’s Best Public-Access Courses for Indiana 2005Travel + Leisure Golf Magazine’s Top 10 College Courses in the U.S. 2001“The 18-hole ‘Kampen Course’ at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex facility in West Lafayette, Indiana features 7,253 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 76.5 and it has a slope rating of 145 on Bent grass.”Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, Ackerman Hills CourseAbout Birck Boilermaker, Ackerman HillsUniversity facility50 tees driving range36 regulation holes“The 18-hole ‘Ackerman Hills’ course at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex facility in West Lafayette, Indiana features 7,546 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.” Other Public West Lafayette, IN Courses Coyote Crossing Golf Club, Coyote Crossing CourseAbout Coyote Crossing Golf ClubCommunity facility15 tees...