Hammond Announces Trunk-Or-Treat And Trick-Or-Treat

     In an effort to provide Halloween options to parents this year, Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. has announced that there will be a City Wide Drive Through Trunk and Treat event held in the Hammond Sportsplex parking lot located at 6630 Indianapolis Boulevard on Friday, October 30th, 2020 from 5-7pm.       “With the support…

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Chautauqua In the Dunes Is Happening!

Relive the cultural, educational, artistic, and historic experience of the 1880s-1920s Chautauquas. Based on the model of the Chautauqua Institute in New York, guests will experience lectures, interactive discussions, hands-on workshops, artistic performances, and a creative makerspace. Chautauqua in the Dunes brings together learners of all ages to explore and engage the mind, body, and…

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New Vintage Market Opens in Griffith Indiana

     Flying around looking for someplace new? A place to dip in your wings while hunting for that something unique?  Come roost for a while at the Empty Nest Market, an emporium of collated artisans.  Hatched August 1, 2020 in downtown Griffith by 2 friends, Melissa Whiting  & Colleen Razesloot, this open airy space…

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Fall Barn Shop Hop Open House – LaPorte Indiana

     This map-guided tour showcases 5 unique area LaPorte County shops offering the best in antiques, folk art, handcrafts, salvage, re-purposed, vintage, primitives, furniture, collectibles, yard art and more. Three gift certificates will be awarded for 3 Whole Days -October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2020 from 10am – 4pm CST!      Shop LaPorte…

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Activities To Do If You Hate Working Out

Activities To Do If You Hate Working Out

Exercise isn’t an aspect of your lifestyle that you should skip. Without it, your physical and mental health can suffer in the long term. At the same time, though, not everyone is in love with going to the gym or running, which are the common ways people get fit. You might want to exercise, but…

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4 Fun Tourist Destinations in Northwest Indiana

4 Fun Tourist Destinations in Northwest Indiana

Taking a trip this year is difficult with the necessary COVID-19 precautions, but there are ways for you to still get away. Whether you’re a Midwesterner looking to stay local or from farther away, northwest Indiana is a prime spot for outdoor fun. Peruse these four fun tourist destinations in northwest Indiana as you plan…

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Lowell Labor Day Festival is ON – with Changes

   For over 100 years the Lowell Labor Day Festival has been a part of the Labor Day weekend festivities. The Labor Day weekend in Lowell is a tradition of the state as it incorporated the longest running Labor Day Parade in the state and the Festival has always kicked off the weekend with family…

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Busy Bees Starts Afternoon Art Club

The Bees are buzzing with excitement, our Afternoon Art Club is here and open for registration!  Our Art Club program has been designed to bring a fun, safe, creative experience to your child throughout the school week. Choose from Wednesday, Thursday, and/or Fridays from 4pm – 6pm. Your child(ren) will explore at least one medium…

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The Surprising Origins of Common Foods and Ingredients

The Surprising Origins of Common Foods and Ingredients

Savoring amazing food is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Folks are often so engrossed in what they’re eating that they don’t think about where the products have come from. This article will discuss the surprising origins of common foods and ingredients. Individuals will definitely ponder over what’s on their plate as they take another bite.…

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Westville Pumpkin Festival Still Happening with Changes

     After much thoughtful consideration, Westville Tri Kappa has made the decision to modify the Westville Pumpkin Festival for 2020. Due to the COVID19 crisis we will not be having vendors or entertainment this year. We have planned events that will allow us to follow CDC, state and local guidelines, while maintaining social distancing…

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