The Warsaw region celebrates its history, its natural resources and its civic attributes with various festivals and events held throughout the year.

Here are just a few examples:

The Winona Art Festival is both a juried art show and a tremendous opportunity to shop for art works of all kinds.

Back to the Days of Kosciuszko honors the County’s namesake Thaddeus Kosciuszko and gives festival-goers a glimpse of life in the area before 1900.

Lake Wawasee’s Flotilla occurs annually around the Fourth of July, which coincides with the Syracuse Summer Fest. Celebrate life and vacations around Indiana’s largest natural lake (and the other six lakes that make up the Syracuse lake region).

The Northern Indiana Lakes Festival is a two-day, two-lake event in June that celebrates and educates about our natural resources. Events include a water ski show, kids races, educational events on water quality and lake preservation, a fishing tournament, a benefit, a sailboat messabout and much more.

The Fat & Skinny Tire Festival is held mainly in and around the Village at Winona and draws cyclists from across the Midwest. Held over three days, the action includes road races, a BMX stunt demonstration, trail races, kids events and the hotly contested Orthopedic Cup Celebrity Beach Cruiser Relay Race. Oh, and a beer tent.

Athletic Events at the City County Athletic Complex happen throughout the year at this 65-acre sports complex. The CCAC has facilities for baseball, softball, basketball, indoor and outdoor soccer, rugby and volleyball. Used by local residents and for national competitions, the CCAC is recognized as one of the top facilities of its kind in the nation.

Learn more about the region’s incredible offerings of festivals and events at the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau.