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Michigan City St. Patrick’s Day Drive-Thru Parade

OFFICE OF MAYOR DUANE PARRY announced that the City of Michigan City will hold a Reverse Parade on Saturday, March 13th, 2021 from 1:00 to 2:15 pm.    A Safe Reverse St. Patrick’s Day Parade for Kids! Following the success of the Michigan City Snowflake Parade, the City is hosting the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The…

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Ringing in Spring – Valparaiso YMCA

– The Valparaiso Family YMCA will host Ringing in Spring 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 3 at the Valparaiso Family YMCA at 1201 Cumberland Crossing Drive in Valparaiso. The 27th Annual event brings athletes of all abilities together to support the Valparaiso Family YMCA at the largest springtime race in Northwest Indiana. Participants are encouraged…

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Hammond – Whiting Kid’s Baseball League Signups

Lakeshore Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth is a Baseball/Softball League for children ages 4-18. They are now accepting sign-ups for the 2021 season. Their games take place in Hammond, Indiana at the Robertsdale Sports Complex.  2021 Season Sign Up Dates: Feb 27 (Sat) March 3 (Wed), March 6 (Sat), March 13-14 (Sat-Sun), March 16 (Tue) 2021 Season…

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Indiana Seniors Over 60 May Register for Covid Vaccine

     Residents age 60 and older have been able to self-register for a vaccine appointment for several weeks now by going to ourshot.in.gov.  IMPORTANT LINKS: Scroll Down to the bottom       A friend or family member may also can make an appointment on behalf of a qualifying individual. But the person registered will…

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The Best Dinosaur Exhibits in the United States

The Best Dinosaur Exhibits in the United States

Great adventures await you! Use this brief guide to the three best dinosaur exhibits in the United States to plan your next trip for family fun.

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Crown Point Cancels St Patrick Parade

Due to the continued public health concerns of COVID-19, the City of Crown Point announces the cancellation of the 14th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Night-time Parade. “Governor Eric Holcomb, of the State of Indiana continues to extend the Public Health Emergency and restrictions on nonessential gatherings,” said Mayor David Uran. We are hopeful the release…

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How America Is Erasing Families – An Epidemic

Ginger Gentile is a child of a high-conflict divorce, who has dedicated her life to helping parents create healthy co-parenting relationships and helping children reunite with parents that have been erased from their lives. Ms. Gentile directed the documentary Erasing Family and previously served as the Executive Director of the National Parents Organization. Many parents…

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Actions You Can Take To Plan for Your Child’s Future

Actions You Can Take To Plan for Your Child’s Future

When you’re planning on having a child, you should think about their future from the start. Preparing for the years to come at this early point will help you to better deal with unexpected circumstances that may arise. It will also better ensure your child will have ideal opportunities as they grow older. These are…

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Ways You Could Be Hurting Your Car’s Longevity

Ways You Could Be Hurting Your Car’s Longevity

Cars are some of the most important possessions people own, and the vast majority of people try to take care of them accordingly. However, you might have some regular habits that do more harm to your car than you realize. You probably don’t think twice about a lot of these things about until a real…

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World War II Exhibit in Munster

Work, Fight, Give: Fighting From the Homefront  In recognition of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, South Shore Arts is pleased to present Work, Fight, Give: Fighting from the Homefront, now open through April 12, 2021 at the South Shore Arts gallery located inside the Center for Visual & Performing Arts,…

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