Books, Brushes & Bands Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary

COVID-9 has brutally affected many around the world. BBB4E is no exception. With mandatory closing of schools and businesses, all spring and summer classes, performances, and events had to be canceled. This continued throughout the year with classes moving virtually. Despite best efforts through moving to virtual classes and pursuing grants, the loss of revenue…

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Cobe Cup Returns to Northwest Indiana -2021

     The excitement returns to Northwest Indiana thanks to the Regional Streeters Car Club. The Annual and Historical Cobe Cup Car Cruise will be held on Saturday, May 29th Memorial Weekend, 2021. The course mocks the original historical race of 1909 – going thru Crown Point, Lowell and Cedar Lake, starting at Lake County Fairgrounds…

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Print Is Not Dead

Recent Changes in High Tech, cyper theives, hackers, security, identity theft have made Print Cheaper than Digital, plus it’s safer. Security is now a big problem and increasingly and constantly takes new updated software to keep up with cyber criminals. Most Digital Marketing programs cost from $6,000 – $12,000 a year (minimum.) Print is Often…

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Hammond Mayor Announces Night Out Schedule

Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. is pleased to announce the Mayor’s Night Out schedule for 2021. The Mayor’s Night Out program is an open public forum that allows the residents of Hammond access to the Mayor and a representative from each city department to discuss Hammond’s current events. Be sure and mark your calendars to…

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Annual Spring “Wake Up The Gardens” – Michigan City

     Friendship Botanic Gardens will be hosting its annual “Wake Up the Gardens” Volunteer Day on Saturday, March 27 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Central.       Volunteers are needed to assist with the spring cleanup and prepare the grounds for the Gardens’ season opening on Sat., May 1. The Gardens are primarily a volunteer-based…

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Active Kids Day – Valparaiso

Valpo Parks is teaming up with local organizations to promote and encourage kids to “get active” and “be healthy!” The 1st Annual Active Kids Day is a free event at Central Park Plaza under the Urschel Pavilion for people to learn about various activities and opportunities for kids in Porter County. Stop by Sunday and…

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Valparaiso Announces Summer Concert Series

Valparaiso Events is currently working on guidelines to safely host these concerts, please stay tuned. Featuring a fabulous variety of artists and musical styles, this summer concert series is a treat for music lovers of all ages. On special Thursday nights throughout the summer, concertgoers gather under a beautiful night sky at The Porter Health…

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Michiana Boat Show – South Bend Indiana

The Michiana Boat show will be held March 19th, 20th and 21st. It will be open on Friday from 2:00pm to 8:00pm; Saturday from 10:00am to 8:00pm and on Sunday from 10:00 am – 4:pm. Get ready for three big days and one huge event at the South Bend Century Center in downtown South Bend. Michiana…

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Save the Dunes Active Supports Great Lakes Coalition

     Boosting federal Great Lakes restoration investments. Ramping upfunding for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. Enacting a nationwide moratorium on water shut-offs. Prioritizing the communities most impacted by pollution and harm. These are some of the 2021 priorities that Great Lakes advocates brought to members of Congress via dozens of virtual meetings during the…

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How To Survive Outdoor Winter Workouts

How To Survive Outdoor Cold Workouts

The way you protect your body while working out is important. Whether you need arch-supporting footwear for an indoor treadmill or warm clothing for outdoor jogs, you should care for your body even when testing your limits. Here’s how to survive outdoor winter workouts. Use Layers Well As an older adult, you likely become chilled…

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