This weekend in Amana

August 6, 2019 | Uncategorized

Two special activities going on this weekend in Amana. If you enjoy bicycling through the countryside – then come and join the BRIC ride.  The ride begins at the Millstream Brau Haus and is about 28 miles as you ride to Marengo and back.   No registration necessary just check in  and pick up a ‘passport’.  Then along your ride you can stop as several points and get your passport stamped.  When you’re done you turn in your passport to enter for a chance to win a $100 Amana Colonies gift certificate. If you would rather get your exercise by walking… head to the Market Barn in Amana (just across the street from the Visitor’s Center) and stroll through the many artist booths.  You will be able to find many different handmade items.  In the past I have seen and purchased – things such as jewelry, paintings, photographs suitable for framing, Christmas decorations made from many different kinds of things, handmade baskets,  decorations made from tin, as well as food to munch on while you walk around and music to enjoy.  This is a free event and you will see the work of many talented artisans!

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Thank you for checking out our blog at Zuber’s Homestead Hotel! As owners we have the daily pleasure of visiting with our guests. Often we are sitting in our Wagon Wheel Room and have our conversation over a cup of coffee (or tea)!

Our blog will be a reflection of those conversations. We often share stories about Zuber’s Homestead Hotel and the history of this wonderful place! We also share information about events and happenings in the Amana Colonies.

We invite you to enjoy these stories by reading our blog. Feel free to ask us questions and we’ll do our best to give you an answer. So sit down, grab your cup of coffee (or tea) relax, and share in our stories.

We look forward to the day that you’ll come and experience Zuber’s Homestead Hotel, and the Amana Colonies for yourself!

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