Our Spring meeting will be Saturday, June 11, 2022 in La Porte at the La Port County Historical Society Museum. We will have a business meeting, tour of the Museum, and the unveiling of a banner marking this as the location a modern Control Station. There will also be a catered lunch at the Museum. More details will be forthcoming. We hope you can join us!
The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association November, 2021 Newsletter is available as a downloadable PDF file here: http://indianalincolnhighway.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/InLHA-Newsletter-November-2021..pdf
The link of the National Lincoln Highway Association membership in the newsletter is no longer valid. Please use this instead – thanks:
The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association October, 2021 Newsletter is available as a downloadable PDF file here:
The Whitewater Canal National Scenic Byway is hosting this conference so the eight Indiana Byways can work together to “Increase Visitor Engagement along Your Byway.” Location is the historic depot at 19067 U.S. 52. (If this blog post is emailed to you and the link doesn’t work, just go to our website’s Blog / News page:)
There is no charge for attendance at the Conference, however reservations for Thursday evening’s dinner are required. Contact Candy Yurcak with Whitewater by
October 29th at firstname.lastname@example.org .
A block of rooms has been reserved at Cobblestone Inn & Suites, 9135 S.R. 101 in Brookville (approximately 8 miles from the conference center). A reduced nightly rate
of $90.00 will be granted when making your reservation mentioning the Whitewater Canal Byway Association Conference on November 4 & 5.
Thursday’s agenda includes exploring the Whitewater Canal Byway, networking, and dinner. Friday offers many workshops, updates from each Byway, and concludes by 2:30.
A complete agenda is available as a downloadable PDF file here:
We invite you to the Fall Gathering of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association on October 30. Here are the details: (If this blog post is emailed to you and the link doesn’t work, just go to our website’s Blog / News page:)
9:30 a.m. EDT – Meet at Historic New Carlisle Museum – 112 E. Michigan St. Ample parking is available in the lot behind the museum – the back door will be open.
9:30 – 10:45 EDT – Dana Groves, Director, will lead a tour of the Museum and give a presentation on New Carlisle history and recent historic preservation efforts. Guests may walk down the block to view the Lincoln Highway Kiosk and murals on downtown buildings.
10:45 – 11:00 EDT – Drive the LH to Jennie Rae’s Restaurant in nearby Rolling Prairie – 5201 E. US 20. This is the former Bob’s Bar-B-Q – check out the Bob’s memorabilia inside the restaurant. https://jenniesonthego.com/
11:15 – 1:30 EDT – Business meeting and lunch in a separate room at Jennie Rae’s. We will each order off the menu for lunch on our own. The business meeting will also be available on Zoom beginning at 11:15 EDT at this link:
or by phone by dialing 1-312-626-6799 and entering meeting ID 82739208933.
Agenda and background information will be provided in advance to expedite the meeting. There is no charge for this event, but we need to hear from each of you who will attend so we have an accurate count for the venues and can send you meeting
materials. Please register by October 27th by email, mail, or phone:
801 W. Washington St., South Bend, IN 46601
FYI – Jennie Rae’s is on Central Daylight time. Times listed above are all EDT for consistency sake.
The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association will hold its Fall Meeting in New Carlisle, Indiana at the newly refurbished Historic New Carlisle on October 30, 2021 – 9:30 am EDT. It is located in the center of town now at 112. E. Michigan St. (the Lincoln Highway). Dana Groves will be our host as we take a peek at the interesting things they are doing around town and at their new digs! The business meeting and lunch will follow at Jennie Rae’s beginning at 11:00 and hopefully ending by 12:30-1:00 for departure. You will hear many more details later in the month…but mark your calendar and lets have some fun together!
The detailed Indiana Lincoln HIghway turn-by-turn guides prepared by Jeff Blair have been updated. There are four guides:
1913 route heading west
1913 route heading east
1928 route heading west
1928 route heading east
You can find these on our Map / Directions web page here:
Read about and see photographs of all the historic County Courthouses on or near the two routes of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Byway via a PDF file on our new Points of Interest web page:
Photograph below is of the Allen County Courthouse in Fort Wayne. All Courthouse photographs are courtesy of John Deacon.
Indiana Lincoln Highway Association President Jeff Blair created new detailed turn by turn road guides of the 1913 and 1928 routes of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Byway.
Separate guides are available for traveling east and west. The guides are divided by the related counties and include the mileage; historical markers, plaques and signs; and other recommended stops.
The four guides are available as PDF files on our Map / Directions web page here:
Our newsletters will be now be available on this Blog / News page of our website. You can read the current issue here: