Four Fab Ways to Welcome Winter

Four Fab Ways to Welcome Winter

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Head to Dearborn County to welcome the winter weather in style!

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!


Looking for some great outdoor fun this winter? Chill out at Perfect North Slopes, Southeast Indiana’s premier downhill skiing destination! Located just a few miles off I-275, Perfect North is one of the region’s most popular winter attractions, with lots of tree-lined trails and man-made snow throughout the season. The facility offers skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding for all ages and abilities, plus lessons, equipment rental and more.


Celebrate the Season at Hillforest Museum


This holiday season, experience the magic of Christmas past at Hillforest Victorian House Museum, the National Historic Landmark located in downtown Aurora, Indiana. Visitors can enjoy the museum’s traditional Victorian Christmas exhibit, which runs from Nov. 20 through Dec. 29. Other fun holiday activities include several three-course Victorian Christmas teas as well as a holiday Open House featuring costumed docents, entertainment and refreshments.


Don’t Miss Aurora’s “Miracle on Main”


Celebrate the holidays in Aurora, Indiana, where “Miracle on Main” is the theme of the season! In addition to a festive downtown perfect for holiday strolling, Aurora has planned several action-packed holiday weekends featuring activities such as the city’s traditional Christmas tree lighting, a Christmas parade, breakfast with Santa, musical entertainment, and one of the largest Dickens Village displays in the Tri-State.


Ring in the New Year at Perfect North Slopes


It may seem hard to believe, but New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. If you don’t have plans yet, you’ll want to mark your calendar for Perfect North Slopes’ annual New Year’s Eve Celebration on December 31st. In addition to skiing, snowboarding and tubing, the event will feature a DJ in the lodge, torchlight parade on the slopes, party favors, food, and a beautiful fireworks display at midnight.

Editor’s Note: This is a special advertising supplement, paid for by the Dearborn County Convention, Visitor & Tourism Bureau