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Lake County Fair 2017

     The Lake County Fair runs from Friday, August 4th – Sunday, August 13th. The fair is known for it’s Huge carnival midway, lots of good food, free entertainment, free contests for the kids, farm animal shows, horse shows, motor sports in the grandstand, agricultural exhibits, petting zoo, daily ride specials and much, much more.…

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Valpo Motorcycle Show Returns!

     The Valpo Motorcycle Show returns this year and will feature “vintage chopper and classic motorcycles.” After a hiatus of several years, the Valpo Motorcyle Show is returning back to the Porter County Fairgrounds with plans to keep returning back every year. The hiatus has not shaken the steadfast resolve of founder Mario Alvarez of…

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Arts On the Ave Festival Downtown Hammond

The 3rd Annual Arts on the Ave will be held on Saturday, August 26, 2017 (Held annually on the 4th Saturday in August) 11 am – 7 pm at Hohman and Sibley Blvd in Downtown Hammond, Indiana. (Held outside of EAT, 5201 Hohman Avenue.) There is Free and convenient parking at the Municipal lots on…

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Door Village Harvest Festival Celebrates 25 Years!

The Door Village Harvest Festival celebrates its 25th year! The festival will be held at Scipio Township Park on Joliet Road in Door Village, Indiana on Saturday September 9, 2017 from 7:30 to 5:00 and again on Sunday September 10, 2017 from 9:00 to 4:00 P.M. This is a Historical festival, something that you don’t…

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Mill Pond Fest

The annual Mill Pond Fest will be held on August 25th – thru August 27th, 2017, at the Union Mills Conservation Club located at 100 Mill Pond Rd, Union Mills Indiana, 46382. There will be Live entertainment, beer garden, food, crafts, canoe rides, train rides, skeet shoot, car show and motorcycle show, kids games and…

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Towle Theater’s “Standby” blew Me Away!

**** Highly Recommended **** The Towle Theater is one of the best-kept secrets of northwest Indiana.  Their summer production, the Midwest premiere of “Standby”, is as good, if not better than many of the shows I see in Chicago.  It blew me away, it’s that good!  Kudos to Director Jeff Casey, I used at least…

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“Little Fish” – One Woman’s Search for a Cigarette Substitute

*** Recommended *** In its essence, “Little Fish” is a story about a young woman’s struggle to quit smoking.  I could relate – as could almost anyone who has gone through nicotine withdrawal.  Self-loathing is just one of the emotions that desperately surly person might be feeling.  That wasn’t enough for playwright Michael John LaChiusa,…

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NwIndiana Symphony Concert at Indiana Dunes

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and the Dunes Learning Center are bringing the Northwest Indiana Symphony to West Beach on Friday, August 4th, at 7:30 p.m. for a free concert with the magnificent dunes as the backdrop.  For All   SEVEN SYMPHONY CONCERTS CLICK HERE!   Enjoy the 40 piece symphony orchestra under the direction of Conductor Kirk…

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Chesterton Art Fair 2017

The Annual Chesterton Art Fair features more than 80 “juried” artists including residents of Lake, LaPorte and Porter counties and is THE Art Event of the year will be held August 5th and 6th. The benefit of having a “juried art show” is that you really get quality art when it’s a juried fair. In…

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“The School for Lies” is Brilliant Satire and a Bawdy Farce

**** Highly Recommended **** I loved The Artistic Home’s production of “The School for Lies”, a modern satire done in period costumes.  Moliere might be rolling over in his grave, but David Ives’ adaptation of “The Misanthrope” is brilliant – and he wrote it in iambic pentameter!  “The School for Lies” is also a bawdy…

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