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Tipsy Glass Winery

​8685 N 400 E Bryant, IN ​
(260) 729-7184
www.http://www.tipsyglasswinery.com

One of Indiana's newest wineries opened in 2017, offering a variety of dry, sweet and fruit wines. Open Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday afternoon for wine tasting and by appointment. Audrey Muhlenkamp, the owner of the winery, has won several awards including a double gold for Sydney's Blush from the Indy International Wine Competition.

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Key Palace Theater

123 S Meridian St. Redkey, IN
(260) 703-0651
www.keypalacetheatre.com
Key Palace Theater FB page

Key Palace Theater and Charlie Noble have given Redkey the blues for more than a decade. Together, the Key and Charlie have become national blues legends.
Charlie was from the Muncie area and appeared in several Muncie Civic Theatre performances. Later, he spent five years in Los Angeles performing in stage plays. After Charlie's passing the theater closed, but recently has opened with new owners to bring back the Blues to Redkey.

For scheduled performances check out the Key Palace Theater FB page or the Jay County Tourism Bureau's Event Calendar.

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Dunkirk Public Library

127 W Washington St, Dunkirk, IN
(765) 768-6872
http://www.dunkirk.lib.in.us

The Dunkirk City Public Library provides educational, informational and recreational services for all ages throughout the community. Thousands of books are available along with numerous other services. Additionally, Dunkirk Public Library is home to the glass museum, which has a collection of over 8,000 pieces of glass articles from around the world.

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Pennville Library

195 N Union St Pennville, IN
(260) 731-3333

The Pennville Township Library is located in downtown Pennville and has thousands of opportunities for learning.

315 N. Ship Street, Portland, IN
(260) 726-7890
http://www.jaycpl.lib.in.us

The Jay County Library is a 24,000 sq. ft. building that is handicapped accessible. The book collection numbers over 80,000, with more than 200 periodicals, 2000 books on cassettes, and numerous music CD’s and video tapes. Many reference materials can be found in printed books, CD-ROMs or on-line sources. The library has a variety of programming that is attractive to all ages.

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