Friendly bus trip rolls into Indiana district

September 14, 2012 by  

Going back in time, one of Indiana’s friendliest communities, based in Indiana’s Amish Country, can be found. Here, one of the Largest Flea Markets in the Midwest can be found, with the next one coming up on Tuesday, September 18.

There are hundreds of vendors offering everything from antiques, collectibles, and handcrafted furniture to local fresh fruits and vegetables. While are in this area, visitors should be sure to check out the numerous restaurants and bistros, as lunch is not included in the package.

Many of the restaurants in this area serve traditional local cooking, which is sure to whet your appetite and fill your belly. This bus trip will depart from Palos Hills. Guests are reminded to bring money for lunch and to dress appropriately, as the evening return may be cool, so a sweater or light jacket may be required. The trip is only recommended for ages 18 and older but the Shipshewana Flea Market offers a great way for adults to enjoy a day outdoors and to find unique treasures, as well as more traditional items, at a great price.

Poster printing may have been used to promote this full day of shopping and recreation to the residents in the surrounding communities. Shipshewana Bus Trip will be leaving at 7:00 am and returning at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, September 18, at Palos Hills Community Center located at 8455 W. 103rd Street in Hickory Hills, Illinois. The cost for this excursion is $33 per person. For additional details, please visit the Hickory Hills Part District’s website or call their office during normal hours.