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Come out at night and explore The Haunted Haute this season!

During spooky season, the Wabash Valley has a bubbling, gurgling, overflowing caldron of fright-inducing options to strike terror in your chill-seeking heart. With haunted houses, spooky spots and horrifying haunts, both fictional and not-so-fake (a.k.a. enter at your own risk!), some of these places you can visit year-round, while some are only open for a short season of terror. So beware and choose wisely! SHATTERED NIGHTMARES Voted the “Scariest Haunt in Indiana” in 2015, Shattered Nightmares is not for the faint of heart! Created by a local Hautian and still one of the best haunted houses in town, the Shattered Nightmares experience is certain to revisit your dreams as you sleep, giving

5 Places to Go For Local Brews

Terre Haute has a storied past with the brewing and distilling industry. It's one of the many aspects that helped put this town on the map! Some local Hautians today are still pursuing that passion. Here are five unforgettable places to go to support local brews and booze: TERRE HAUTE BREWING CO. Bearing a well-established name (dating back to 1837!), the Terre Haute Brewing Co. is located in what was once the heart of the local brewing district (near Poplar & Ninth streets). The THBC offers a variety of events, food, and beer that they brew in-house! From light beer that most will enjoy to the hoppy brews that you learn to love, the Brewing Co. really has it all. They partner with the comm

6 Reasons to Fall in Love with Fall in The Haute

In the words of Anne of Green Gables, "I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” Hoosiers are especially lucky, because the beauty of Anne's October extends throughout our fall season. Here's what Hautians have to look forward to in October and November! (1) There may be more than just corn in Indiana, but our corn crop is a tremendous asset. We're feeding America and having fun in the process! This fall, families can get lost in a corn maze, pick (or toss!) a pumpkin, and jump on a gigantic inflatable pillow. There are 16 farm options that Terre Haute families regularly enjoy. See them all over on Haute Happenings! ​ (2) Cakeshakes, yard sales, iconic scenery--what's not to l

Chamber Announces Advisory Board for West Central Indiana 2025

The next steps and online presence for a regional branding initiative and overall regional platform was announced today by the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Terre Haute firm, RJL Solutions. During a presentation held at Ivy Tech Community College, Chamber Vice President Kristin Craig detailed future plans for West Central Indiana 2025. Also during Thursday’s presentation RJL Solutions Brand Ambassador Anna Madden unveiled a new logo, website and social media presence. “While the need for regionalism is sometimes hard to quantify, it does exist,” Craig explains. “We’re trying to bring these counties together in a new and collaborative way; in which we can become familia

Orlando's Table to Benefit Happiness Bag

Kids in grades 6th to 8th have planned a sit down dinner for friends of Happiness Bag this Sunday, September 30 at 5 p.m. Not only have they learned how to plan a large-scale event including asking for donations, creating table layouts and marketing; they will also be working the event in positions such as servers and cooks. This program titled Orlando’s Table, under Camp Navigate, sets out to provide dignified dining experiences while teaching youth (grades 5th to 9th) practical work ready skills. The idea started forming when a local youngster, Orlando Peals, asked his mom if there was some way they could pick up left over food from events and help feed the homeless. He wanted to provide h

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