The lights and garland are hung!  Downtown Shelbyville’s lights are set and we’re about to usher in the merriest time of year together. And our local boutiques are most excited of all. Take a drive down Main Street and you’ll find them decking shop-windows with...

A weekend in Shelby County is just enough time to get your Griswold on and enjoy the holly-jolly out of these Christmas traditions with your family....

Did you know Shelby County was a haven for deep relaxation and restoration? Ladies and gents, grab your yoga mats. I’m about to introduce you to my newest Shelbyville hidden-treasure. ...

Shelby County makes a great destination for family reunions. It’s affordable and accessible and offers an array of activities so all members of the family can find something to suit their interests – all against the scenic backdrop....

Bourbon bread pudding. Ooey, gooey, warm and chewy – a mouthwatering mélange of bread soaked in milk with butter, raisins and other goodies and topped with a sauce that is soused; that is to say, sauce that has been sweetened with sugar and zipped up...

A cobbler by any other name – and the list includes crisp, crumble, Betty, buckle, grunt, slump, sonker, pandowdy and bird’s nest pudding – is still a dessert based on fresh, seasonal fruit and berries. ...

Shop local.  Eat fresh food.  Hug a farmer. It’s a bumper sticker in the making. It’s also what you’ll be doing when you visit either of Shelby County’s two Farmers’ Markets any Saturday this season....

The Shelbyville Horse Show was built to do two things: show Saddlebred horses to a lot of non Saddlebred people and create community support and excitement for the show – and this show more than achieves these goals every year....

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