BROWN COUNTY STORE
59 E. Main Street
(Behind Foxfire Boutique on Old School Way)
In the heart of Brown County, Indiana is the beautiful village of Nashville, an early American artist colony brought into the national spotlight in 1907 when noted painter T.C. Steele moved there. The dedication of Brown County State Park in 1932 along with the community’s close proximity to Bloomington, Indiana University, Columbus, and Indianapolis make Nashville and Brown County a favorite get-away for millions of visitors every year.
NEW HARMONY STORE
512 Main Street
New Harmony, Indiana
Located 20 miles west of Evansville in Posey County, New Harmony is known for its labyrinths, sacred spaces such as the Roofless Church, and iconic architecture such as the Richard Meier-designed Atheneum. Also the site of two early American Utopian experiments, this village on the Wabash River is filled with interesting history and modern attractions.