Author Archives: Sue Baxter

Watch The Owner of Panorama Magazine on Video!

     If you’re a fan of videos, you’re gonna love this one. You’ll laugh at Bill’s jokes, and get lots of information about local festivals and events.      Here’s some of the Highlights of this video: • What’s the difference between a big Festival and A small One? • How to Promote a…

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Northwest Indiana Symphony’s 2019-2020 Season!

     The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Music Director and Conductor Kirk Muspratt unveiled the 2019-2020 Season. The season consists of 5 concerts, 2 classical and 3 pops, as well as the annual Concert with Courses Gala.      “I promise each of you a season of your most requested favorites,” said Maestro Muspratt.…

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Century of Progress Talk Before the Tour

     Every year, the Indiana Landmarks conducts a tour of the Century of Progress homes, and it is ALWAYS SOLD OUT! However, there’s a talk on Friday Night.          The 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago—called the Century of Progress—offered millions of people in the depths of the Great Depression a hopeful…

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Tickets On Sale for Sleepy Hollow – August 28th, 2019

 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a popular event that sells out ahead of time. So, We are posting the “Tickets On Sale Date” for our #PanoramaNOW Customers. (actual dates listed below)      Purchase your tickets at Deep River County Park from 5:30 – 7:30. The event takes place at Buckley Homestead in Lowell.…

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Hammond Plans to Transform it’s Downtown

    Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. and the City Department of Planning and Development Department presented  a Draft Master Plan of their downtown. Consultant and best-selling author, city planner and urban designer Jeff Speck presented plans last Tuesday, August at the Towle Theater.       After his initial visit to Hammond last fall and in…

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Improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park & Stone Lake Planned

     The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department is preparing a master plan to make improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park. The first draft of the plan is available by clicking on the link below. The public may comment on the plan through August 15 by contacting Jon Ruble at Planned Environment Associates…

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Labor Day 20 Mile Bike Ride

     The 16th annual Active Living Faire at Wolf Lake will feature the bi-state Labor Day Bike Ride on Monday, September 2nd.      The 20 mile ride, with frequent stops along the way, will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a sign-up at the Environmental Education Center, 2405 Calumet Ave., Hammond.      Sponsored…

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Michigan City To Expand Singing Sands Trail

     The city of Michigan City is pleased to announce the construction of a nearly 2.2 mile multi-use trail at the eastern end of the Calumet Trail.      The trail project offers connectivity for both pedestrians and bicyclists at the north end of Michigan City. This area features Lake Michigan, Washington Park & Zoo and…

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Valparaiso Partners With South Shore Trains

     The  City of Valparaiso and the South Shore Line (SSL) have partnered to further connect public transportation in the City of Valparaiso. Starting August 1 the City of Valparaiso will be operating a new weekday shuttle. Try out the new service for FREE August 1 through October 31. Regular fare rates will apply…

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August Public Happenings at Lansing Country Club

GOLF UPDATES Lansing Country Club will be open to the public every Monday and Wednesday this season! Call 708-474-1590 for tee times or to check course conditions. Cost is only $25 pp with a cart (excluding holidays). All Monday & Wednesday golfers are welcome to grab a refreshment in our bar and Wednesday golfers are…

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