The Indiana Volkssport Association (Hoosier Hikers) will be sponsoring two walking events along the Lincoln Highway:
- Sunday, October 20, 2013 in South Bend, IN – Veteran’s Memorial Park
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The map-guided and unmarked Volksmarch routes mostly make use of sidewalks and designated trails in the Cities of South Bend and Mishawaka. The routes will be focused on the banks of the Saint Joseph River and the Lincoln Highway.
The unmarked Volksmarch routes are mostly flat, shaded and makes use of city sidewalks and designated trails within the City of LaPorte. The routes will be oriented on the route taken by the Lincoln Highway through LaPorte prior to 1926 and historic neighborhoods.
Each walk will be available in 5, 10 & 13 km lengths.
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The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association Invites You to Our Fall Event in Elkhart on Saturday, October 26, 2013
Schedule of Events
9:30 a.m. EDT – Meet at Elkhart County CVB/Visitor Center
219 Caravan Dr., West of the intersection of Cassopolis Street and the Indiana Toll
Road Exit 92/Northpointe Blvd, between Cracker Barrel and Country Inn and Suites
10:30 a.m. EDT – “Time Was” Museum tour by “Mr. Elkhart”, Paul Thomas
125-A North Main St
11:45 a.m. EDT – National New York Central Railroad Museum
721 South Main St
12:30 p.m. EDT – McCarthy’s on the Riverwalk for lunch and meeting
333 Nibco Parkway
Cost per person, includes museum entry fees, lunch entrée, soft drink, tax, and gratuity:
o Early Bird (postmarked before October 13) – $16.00
o Regular (postmarked after October 13) – $20.00
Questions? Call 574-210-6278 or e-mail mailto:Lincolnhighwayassoc.firstname.lastname@example.org
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