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winter jam
January 15, 2023
Southwest Conservation Club
5703 Bluffton Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46809
noon-6p or so
No charge but no carry-in
Last 2022 jam. Don't miss it!

There is a special treat that day so don't miss it!

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Join us on Sun. 10/16 at the SWCC, 5703 Bluffton Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46809 for our first fall jam of 2022 from noon until about 6p.Image attachment

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How often do you have these

This looks fun!

What qualifys a guy to join?

I know some guys.

my dad belonged to this before he passed away

2 months ago
Visit Noble County

The #VisitNobleCounty Program Purpose Committee and Board of Directors are pleased to announce awarding three unique tourism grants to three well-deserving organizations in #NobleCounty. The total value grants approved was $2,500!!

Grantees were notified on September 20th. Funding has been approved for Black Pine Animal Sanctuary for $1,000, Historic Downtown Kendallville for $500, and the Northern Indiana Bluegrass Association (NIBGA) for $1,000 (Northern Indiana Bluegrass in Kendallville, Indiana). The grants were approved because of the applications’ high quality and alignment with the Visit Noble County mission.


Our Mission Statement: To promote tourism by connecting partners and events, developing unique assets, and enriching visitors’ experiences in a way that contributes to economic growth.

Visit Noble County understands that by supporting, the Bluegrass Festival, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Historic Downtown Kendallville, and other assets, we help foster educational and cultural benefits for residents and visitors. When our attractions, art, culture, and celebrations thrive, the county becomes a more beautiful and secure place to work, play, visit, and live.

There is still time to apply for the remaining funding open for 2022. Applications must be summited by December 1st for consideration in 2022. Information about the Visit Noble County Tourism Grant Program is found on our website, . Or contact Executive Director Grace Caswell with your questions at
info [at] visitnoblecounty [dot] com
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The #VisitNobleCounty Program Purpose Committee and Board of Directors are pleased to announce awarding three unique tourism grants to three well-deserving organizations in #NobleCounty. The total value grants approved was $2,500!! 
 
Grantees were notified on September 20th. Funding has been approved for Black Pine Animal Sanctuary for $1,000, Historic Downtown Kendallville for $500, and the Northern Indiana Bluegrass Association (NIBGA) for $1,000 (Northern Indiana Bluegrass in Kendallville, Indiana). The grants were approved because of the applications’ high quality and alignment with the Visit Noble County mission. 

 
Our Mission Statement: To promote tourism by connecting partners and events, developing unique assets, and enriching visitors’ experiences in a way that contributes to economic growth.
 
Visit Noble County understands that by supporting, the Bluegrass Festival, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Historic Downtown Kendallville, and other assets, we help foster educational and cultural benefits for residents and visitors. When our attractions, art, culture, and celebrations thrive, the county becomes a more beautiful and secure place to work, play, visit, and live. 
 
There is still time to apply for the remaining funding open for 2022. Applications must be summited by December 1st for consideration in 2022. Information about the Visit Noble County Tourism Grant Program is found on our website, www.visitnoblecounty.com/tour-partner-resources/. Or contact Executive Director Grace Caswell with your questions at <a href=info [at] visitnoblecounty [dot] com" data-querystring="stp=dst-jpg_s720x720&_nc_cat=106&ccb=1-7&_nc_sid=8024bb&_nc_ohc=GsbleyDfWtoAX8fIDKd&_nc_ht=scontent.fdet1-1.fna&edm=AKK4YLsEAAAA&oh=00_AfCy7jiEGkXsNjLfvTdmSphGmfwymzeepBvWcSMjDjFnCA&oe=639693A2" data-ratio="1200" class="cff-multi-image cff-feed-image" />
3 months ago
Mark Smith

Come out to Solomon Farms Sat the 24th around 12:30 or 1 for some bluegrass by Poplar Gap. Should be a fun Fall Festival. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks like the schedule has changed a bit and Poplar Gap will be playing closer to 2:00 on Saturday

West Michigan Fall Fest: 9/16-17
Kent County Fairgrounds, Lowell, MI 49331
Friday: Heart to Heart, The Band Bridge

Saturday: WMBMA Board Band, Blue Water Ramblers, Dreydon Gordon, Out of the Blue Bluegrass, Classy & Grassy
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Wakarusa Bluegrass Jammers will be playing at the Niles Michigan Four Flags Apple Festival Pancake Breakfast Saturday 10/1 and Sunday 10/2 each day from 8 AM to 11 AM E.S.T. The festival is located on the corner of 17th street and Lake street on the airport grounds. Address is 1740 Lake Street, Niles , Mi. 49120. We will be in the large tent next to the midway . Admission is free but parking on the festival grounds is $5. There is plenty of free side street parking off the west side of 17th street close to our tent. This is a open stage/ mic jam , so musicians bring your instruments and join in the pickin and singing. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago
Stacey Wright

If anyone has a full video of The Kevin Prater Band from last nights show, I would appreciate it if you would contact me or simply post it on youtube and let me know. I will make it worth your trouble. We had so many great comments from the weekend. I do the bands booking and PR, it would be a great help to me. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less