Posts Tagged ‘lagro’

Kokiwanee: Brrrrisk Hike: Bald Eagles and Frozen Waterfalls

For a few weeks a year, up to 100 Bald Eagles roost near Acres Landtrust Preserves in Wabash and Miami Counties.  Trek these spectacular places, taking in frozen waterfalls and geologic formations, watching eagles hunt the rivers all day and fly in and out to roost.  You will be able to warm up with cocoa…

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American Legion Post #248: Annual Hog Nut Fry

February 2nd is the day for the Annual Hog Nut Fry at the American Legion Post in Lagro.  This is an all you can eat, which also includes baked beans and cole slaw.  Open to the public.  Ham will be available for those who do not care for hog nuts.  Come early and enjoy the…

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Canal played major factor in developing Wabash County

The Wabash and Erie Canal, though short-lived, played a great role in helping develop Wabash and much of Indiana in the early 19th century. The U.S. Congress provided a land grant to the State of Indiana to create the canal. Work on the canal began in Fort Wayne in 1832 and was finished in Evansville…

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