Tag Archives: Matthews Indiana

Matthews Cumberland Covered Bridge Festival

Walk or drive through the 1877 bridge for unique craft exhibits, live entertainment, a variety of food vendors, antique engines,  a steam-powered sawmill, an antique tractor pull and the world famous Matthews Lions Club frosted malts! Inflatables, horse rides, and fun for all the kids in your life to enjoy.  Admission $2, 10 and under…

Muddobbers National Enduro Event

Part of the AMA/Kenda National Enduro Championship Series. Row assignments made by LiveLaps on a first come first serve basis. Maximum 550 riders.  Riders meeting 8:15a. Scoring will be done electronically. Transponders available for $15.  Primitive camping available. Food vendors on site.

Tribute Quartet in Concert

Presented by the Epworth United Methodist Church. Concert.  Doors open at 5:00pm, concert begins at 6pm.  $10 in advance or at the door if still available.   Tickets available online or call/text 765-667-0842.  A love offering will be received. Due to covid-19 restrictions seating will be limited. Since 2006, multi-award winning and multi-Dove Award nominated…

New Cumberland Antiques

Browse the wide assortment of antiques in this quaint antique store. Dishes, dressers, milk cans, chicken crates, washtubs, wringers – our stock is always growing and changing. Hay hooks, antique clocks, kerosene lamps, china, depression glass and more. Every time you visit you’ll discover new treasures to take home. Thurs-Sat 10am-5pm, Sunday noon-4pm.

Matthews Historical Museum

Amazing collection of memorabilia from the heyday of Matthews, Indiana.  Part of the Trenton Gas Field, the town grew during the gas boom days of the early 1900’s and was a candidate for the location of the state capital. Founded in 1895, Matthews was named for then Governor Claude Matthews. More than 5,000 people lived…

Cumberland Covered Bridge

The 181-foot covered timbered bridge, built in 1877 and restored in 1999, spans the Mississinewa River at Matthews and is the last remaining covered bridge in Grant County. It was swept from its abutments by the great 1913 flood, and floated a quarter mile downstream. It was later returned to its abutments by horses. The…