Tired of hearing Deb and Karan exclaim, “I had no idea this was in Bloomington!”? Well, that’s probably not going to end any time soon. As shown by the previous 33 episodes of At Home in Bloomington, there’s a lot to discover about our town no matter how long you’ve lived here. How do you wrap your head around all there is going on? Residents and visitors can enjoy 80 international restaurants, 203,000 acres of forest, 1,100 free shows, 42 annual events and festivals, 10,750 acres of water at Lake Monroe and 10 breweries, wineries and distilleries. Where do you start when deciding what to do?! Visit Bloomington is your guide to all things Bloomington! With ideas like ‘A Culinary Day in Bloomington,’ where you can create your own adventure by experiencing the many tasty treats our town has to offer or ‘A Discovery Day in Bloomington,’ with tips on where to find unique and interesting activities, you’re sure to find something that interests you! Join us as we talk with Erin White, Director of Leisure Marketing and Media, of Visit Bloomington to hear how a small staff curates and maintains the exhaustive list of things to do in our fair city. We guarantee it will put Bloomington in a new perspective for you!
In our Facebook Follow segment, follow Mathers Museum of World Cultures, guest of At Home in Bloomington Episode 11. Free admission and free parking means you can stop by any time for a few minutes or a few hours and explore their ever changing exhibits. Follow on Facebook to keep track of all that is going on there! And in our REAL-List segment, Deb tells us the top three real estate websites where buyers and sellers can get REAL information (hint: It’s NOT Zillow!).