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A Summer Place

Phone: (765) 963-5943 - Website: http://www.asummerplace.org - E-Mail: angelsdiner@gmail.com

4190 North St. Rd. 19 - Sharpsville IN, 46068

A Summer Place is a fictional town in Sharpsville, IN, located about 45 miles north of Indianapolis. This “50s town” is the vision of Jim Richardson, a businessman with a passion for the “50s”. Summer Place features “Angel’s Diner”, an authentic working diner. Angel’s serves cheeseburgers, fries, sodas, and banana splits for a per person donation. Many events take place at Summer Place such as Weddings, Senior Pictures, Class Reunions, Vintage Car Clubs, and people just taking pictures of their cars in front of the Standard station. Bus tours of elderly people stop and visit, along with nursing homes and elementary schools. Summer Place is not open by the public daily. The town is open by appointment only or twice a year for public charity events. Summer Place has an annual car show in the summer and a Christmas event each December.


City of Tipton Swimming Pool

Phone: (765) 675-4463

225 W. South St. - Tipton, IN IN, 46072


Diana Theatre

Phone: (765) 675-4300

137 E. Jefferson St. (St. Rd 28) - Tipton IN, 46072

Tipton’s Diana Theatre has been owned by the Paikos family for 84 years. The theatre is currently owned and managed by Jim and Martha Paikos and it has seen four generations work her counters. The single screen Diana is a throwback to gentler and warmer times. It seats 400 and includes a baby cry room. Twice a year, Christmas and Easter, the Paikos family gives back to the community by treating patrons to a free movie and popcorn. A movie in Tipton is more than reasonable. $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children ages 2-11.


Kelley Agricultural Historical Museum

55 N. US Highway 31 - Tipton IN, 46072

The Kelley Agricultural Historical Museum is a foundation whose purpose is to preserve for posterity the understanding of the early pioneering, educational and agricultural systems of central Indiana. This includes preserving the antique farm, household and education items, and equipment of the pioneer way of life. The museum is open by appointment only and is located along US Highway 31 in northern Tipton County. The Co-Executive Directors of the KAHM are Mike Kelley (765-963-2963) and Jane Harper (765-675-7661). Future plans are being purposed to expand the Kelley Agricultural Complex to include an agricultural technology park that will be situated along US 31 south of the farmhouse.


Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley

Phone: (765) 675-6670

4285 S St. Rd. 19 - Tipton IN, 46072


Tipton Community Theatre

Website: http://www.tiptontheatre.com

PO Box 204 - Tipton IN, 46072

Tipton Community Theatre presents live theater for the enjoyment of Tipton and the surrounding communities. Four major productions are presented each season which include musicals, dramas, comedies, and children’s theatre. Productions are staged at the Tipton High School auditorium as well as the C W Mount Community Center. Season Ticket packages with discounted pricing and individual ticket prices ranging from $5 to $15, depending on the patron and performance, provide affordable entertainment. Tipton Community Theatre is an all volunteer, not-for-profit organization founded in 1993 providing the opportunity for individuals to share talent on stage, behind the scenes, or enjoy the magic of live theatre from the audience. Our most successful productions include The Wizard of Oz, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Seussical, Jr., The Nerd, Charlotte’s Web, and 12 Angry Men. Tipton Community Theatre proudly presenting Broadway at Home!


Tipton Municipal Golf Course

Phone: (765) 675-6627 - E-Mail: golfbyrip@hotmail.com

2211 S. 200 - Tipton IN, 46072

The 18 hole public course is located in the southwest corner of Tipton. The Tipton Golf Course was designed by Bill Diddle. Mr. Diddle designed the first nine holes in 1937, and the back nine holes in 1967. The course features eight dogleg holes with the Buck and Cicero creeks winding through several holes through the course, over 1,500 trees bordering and shaping the fairways and dogleg holes, and 43 bunkers guarding the greens. Annual Events: Men's, Women's, Juniors' and Seniors' Club Championships; Men's Women's, Seniors and Elks League; Outing such as Tipton County Chamber of Commerce, Tipton Rotary Club, Tipton Hospital, and Elk's; and a weeklong junior camp. Golf Course Features • 18-hole golf course • Driving range • Chipping green • Putting green • Snack bar • Golf lessons • Junior camp/ clinics • Club, golf cart and pull-cart rentals • Tee times for Saturday, Sunday, and holidays (please call the Thursday before) Tipton Municipal Golf Course 765.675.6627 Designed by: Bill Diddle First 9 holes: 1937 Back 9 holes: 1967 Par: 35-36-71 Course Rating: Slope: Men's blue: 71.5 Men's blue: 129 Men's white: 70.1 Men's white: 125 Men's gold: 67.2 Men's gold: 120 Women's red 70.1 Women's red: 123