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Located in Indiana's Park County, the city of Rockville is rightly called "The Covered Bridge Capital of the World". The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival takes place each October and has grown to be synonymous with Rockville. All year round, visitors stop by to admire the quaint bridges, to indulge in traditional delicacies and visit museums, public houses and heritage buildings.
The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music (SACAM) is a beautiful historic collection of artifacts in several archives. The current museum features themes like the Baseball and Music, Women and Music, Technology and Music and several events. The collection is open to the public and exhibits all the displays along with programs conducted periodically.
The State Farm Center, formerly called Assembly Hall, is a multipurpose entertainment facility that hosts tuck rallies, Broadway shows, Home & Garden Shows, and children’s events. The facility’s glowing white dome roars with the cheers of nearly 16,000 people when full.
40 North | 88 West is a community-cum-cultural organization that was founded with a mission to explore creative avenues and encourage local and regional artists to perform better. Also, it does not restrict art and entertainment to a particular group or set of people, but reaches every member of the community. It hosts events and functions, throughout the year that are loved by one and all. For an insight into the history and other details of 40 North | 88 West, check website or call ahead.
With several landmarks featuring on the National Register Historic District, Bridgeton boasts the 1860-built Covered Bridge that was rebuilt after being set ablaze in 2005 by a trouble maker. The oldest operating mill which overlooks the Covered Bridge is another must-visit along with the Old Town area and its charming cafe-bars, antique shops and heritage buildings. Step back in time at Bridgeton; the city never fails to disappoint.
Fitness center is your solution to beat the flab. They have a lot of schemes to suit all needs. Programs for individuals, groups, seniors and also to de-stress those in the corporate world. Also, there are special discounts for students and corporate employees. Other facilities include free supervised playroom with infant care, luxury locker rooms and lobby, court sports, massage therapy and the icing on the cake free Wi-Fi all day long. The trainers are certified and give individual personal attention to ensure your success. Kudos to Fitness Center.
Mansfield has the curious distinction of having been referred to by numerous names over the ages; Mansfield Village, Dicksons Mills, Dixons Mills, Dublin and New Dublin. Established in 1820 by James Kelsey who called it New Dublin, it was a thriving mill town with carding and sash mills which provided employment to people. Today the Mansfield Village Annual Mushroom Festival attracts visitors each April when prizes are giving to the highest collector of mushrooms. This is a great chance to indulge in some hearty mushroom delicacies and meet the friendly townsfolk.
Boilermaker Aquatic Center is a water sports facility center located in the campus of Purdue University. The center has facilities like large swimming pools, diving wells, hot tubs, spaces for spectators, dressing rooms and so on. Opened in 2001, the center is a haven for all swimmers and divers of the campus. Many tournaments, swimming championships are held here.
This is the Catholic center for students at Purdue University.
St. John's Episcopal Church in Lafayette, Indiana is a historic church. The church was built in 1857 by William Tinsley using major Gothic Revival influences. The church today has various wings and activities for children, youth and women and is actively involved in community service too. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Located in the Tippecanoe County, Lafayette was named after the legendary French hero General Lafayette who helped the Americans greatly with his wily strategic warfare. This historic city was platted by William Digby in 1825 and used to be a prominent shipping port because of its location upon the Wabash River. Currently the city's economy revolves around education and industry for the most part. Some attractions that should not be missed are the Purdue University and an old Israeli temple.
Designed in the Tudor Revival style of architecture, the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School is beautiful historic structure. This historic structure is a great education center in Terre Haute, and is a beautiful place to vist and take a tour in this historic education center. This beauty was also registered on the National Historical Places in the year 1935.