INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Locals had some great food and a true sense of Hoosier hospitality Sunday at White River State Park.
The 4th annual Dig In food festival featured dozens of Indiana chefs, breweries, wineries and farmers.
The Farm to Fork event featured more than 30 chefs, and included cooking demonstrations and tastings. The main focus was on the importance of using locally grown foods.
The event gets bigger every year. Organizers say it's a great way to celebrate the best Indiana has to offer.
“It is immensely gratifying,” said Board President at Dig In, Ann Schmelzer. “We started this as just a small group with a big idea and no one was doing it and we stepped up to the plate and really delivered, and when people support it by showing up year after year, it doesn't get any better.”
Not only those who make and sell the products were at the booths, but the growers and producers of the ingredients were there as well talking with folks about what they have to offer.
A multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 65 shut down lanes Wednesday morning.
The Boone County Sheriff's Office asked that drivers use caution Wednesday morning as black ice was reported on some bridges in the county.
An investigation is underway into an early morning crash in Vigo County.