Pictured is The MegaBeatles jam from a past Beatles at the Barn event.
Fall has moved in after a very unusual weather year that has not been good for apple orchards, but has helped produce some good pumpkin crops. Some area farms that open in the late summer and fall have had to make adjustments due to unusual conditions this year, but families can expect to fi…
HOBART | A family fun day is planned with free musical entertainment starting at 1 p.m. today at the County Line Orchard, 200 County Line Road.
Apple trees at Radke Orchards, near Michigan City, are blossoming a month early because of record-breaking warm weather in March, owner Ruth Radke said.
Warm weather came earlier than expected in the area letting orchards begin their pollination process a few weeks in advance. County Line Orchard Operations Manager Joe Jamicich said the warm and cold spells will not extensively harm the crop of apples.
Bees crawl into and out of a hive Monday at County Line Orchard in Hobart. The bees pollinate the apple trees, which are blooming and sprouting early this year.
County Line Orchard worker Juan Alvarez carries the roots of a gala apple tree Monday after removing them to make way for a honeycrisp apple tree at the Hobart orchard.
A golden delicious apple tree blooms Monday at the County Line Orchard in Hobart.
Apple trees bloom Monday at County Line Orchard in Hobart. Joe Jamicich, the orchard's manager, said the unseasonably warm weather and subsequent colder weather will not harm the apple crop extensively.
County Line Orchard worker Francisco Gutierrez pulls out old gala apple tree roots Monday to make way for honeycrisp apple trees at the orchard in Hobart.
County Line Orchard manager Joe Jamicich looks at the blooms on an apple tree at the Hobart orchard.
County Line Orchard manager Joe Jamicich talks Monday about how apple trees are blossoming and sprouting early because of the unseasonably warm weather. The early blossoming concerns some apple orchard owners in Northwest Indiana, who worry about what a possible hard freeze would do to the c…
Tommy Sullivan, 10, does the limbo Tuesday at the Countyline Orchard during Fun Day at the Apple Orchard, a free event for Hobart residents that encouraged grandparents and grandchildren attend. Fun Day was sponsored by the Maria Reinert Fund of the Legacy Foundation. Local businesses and vo…
Grandparents take a tractor ride with their grandchildren Tuesday touring through the apple orchards at the Countyline Orchard during Fun Day. From left is Norma Berg, Leah Lindborg, 5, Sidsel Lindborg, Claire Lindborg, 7, and Donna Reeves.
Lynn Ingram pulls the train loaded with children Tuesday at the County Line Orchard during the Fun Day, sponsored by the Maria Reinert Fund of the Legacy Foundation.
Tommy Sullivan, 10, bends his body while doing the limbo Tuesday afternoon during Fun Day at the Apple Orchard at Hobart's County Line Orchard. Hobart grandparents were encouraged to participate in the event with their children. Local businesses and volunteers donated products and time to th…
Norma Berg, from left; Leah Lindborg, 5; Sidsel Lindborg; Claire Lindborg, 7; and Donna Reeves take a tractor ride with their grandchildren Tuesday afternoon touring the the County Line Orchard in Hobart during the event Fun Day at the Apple Orchard. The event was free to Hobart residents.
Brianna Moeho, 5, of Chesterton, sports a butterfly painting done by students from the Hobart High School drama department Tuesday afternoon during Fun Day at the Apple Orchard at Hobart's County Line Orchard.
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