Author Archives: Sue Baxter

Wolf Lake Wetlands Bike Ride – Hammond Indiana

More of the Wolf Lake watershed will be used at this year’s 18th annual Wolf Lake Bi-State Wetlands Wind & Water festival on May 29th 2021. The Wetlands Wind & Water Bike Ride begins at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, at the rear parking lot of Calumet college of St. Joseph, 2400 New York Ave., Whiting, Indiana.  …

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Valpo Car Show & Swap Meet –

    Valparaiso Car Show and Swap Meet kicks off on Sunday, May 23rd 2021 and it’s back bigger and better than ever before. And, it’s still free to show your Car! ($5 admission fee for everyone)      Hosted by Region Rides, the show is open from 9 am – 2pm, with car registrations…

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Hard Rock Casino to Open May 14th – Gary Indiana

     Rock and Roll is alive and well in Gary Indiana. Gary has been most famous as the home of the Jackson 5 and this May 14th, 2021, open to the public at 5pm, a brand new Hard Rock Casino hopes to re-live that designation.      The $300 million development began construction in January of…

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LaPorte Symphony Orchestra Announces New Music Director

     Dr. Carolyn Watson was appointed 10th Music Director by Laporte County Symphony Orchestra.  A  Australian native, who came to the United States to lead the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra Watson takes the helm of the Orchestra on August 1. Watson’s conducting credits include Austin Symphony,  Kansas City Ballet, Kansas City Chamber Orchestra and…

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Shipshewana On the Road Coming to Crown Point, Indiana

     Shipshewana On the Road is coming to Crown Point  Indiana on the Saturday May 1st, 2021  from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on  Sunday,  May 2nd, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point Indiana.      How about a day of shopping for the…

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Cold Weather Camping Tips for a Chilly Trip

Cold Weather Camping Tips for a Chilly Trip

Following these cold weather camping tips for a chilly trip will help you enjoy your time outdoors and stay warm despite dropping temperatures.

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Walkin App Helps Indiana Hoosiers Get On their Feet

Need some motivation to get started walking but don’t have time? Get WalkIN’ is an e-mail based walking program being offered through Purdue Extension. People can sign-up, walk on their own, and receive consistent e-mailed support and information. Any resident of Indiana who is aged 18 years and older may enroll at bit.ly/GetWalkINMay2021 Spring is…

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Tips for Grieving the Loss of a Parent

Tips for Grieving the Loss of a Parent

Everybody ages–and so do their parents. It can be harrowing to lose a parent, regardless of how much you’ve prepared for their passing. If you’re mourning your mom or dad, no matter when you lost them, consider these tips for grieving the loss of a parent. These strategies won’t bury your sorrows, but they can…

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Easy Exercises You Can Do at Home

Easy Exercises You Can Do at Home

If you want to stay fit but are still stuck at home thanks to COVID-19, here are some easy exercises you can partake in at home for the time being.

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Michigan City Farmers Market Opening May 1st

     According to Officials the Michigan City Farmers Market is Scheduled to open On May 1st, 2021. Amid the Pandemic, Social Distancing Practices will be enforced. The Market is an enclosed space and can allow for social distancing practices as outlined by the Indiana Governor.    The Michigan City Farmers Market aims to provide…

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