Where to Find A Live Christmas Tree in NwIndiana

NWI Christmas Tree Farms     Our family has always made it a tradition to go out in to the country and cut our own Christmas tree – just like they did on National Lampoons’ Christmas Vacation, (only without the fire) We have listed below several places that offer live trees. Contrary to popular belief, cutting…

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2 Ideas for a Pandemic-Safe Winter Vacation

2 Ideas for a Pandemic-Safe Winter Vacation

For many people, the holidays are the highlight of the year. Even beyond the magnificent feasts and heartwarming family gatherings, the break from school or work brings a great opportunity for unforgettable trips and experiences. Of course, like many things in 2020, COVID-19 has changed a lot of winter travel plans. You don’t have to…

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Reasons Why Your Asphalt Driveway Is Cracking

Reasons Why Your Asphalt Driveway Is Cracking

If you’re noticing a bunch of deep, unsightly cracks in your driveway, you might be wondering why. There can be more than one reason for these imperfections in your pavement. It could be one central issue or a combination of many. Different types of cracks form for different reasons, but there are some more general…

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Ways To Become a More Responsible Citizen

Ways To Become a More Responsible Citizen

Communities usually require an active and engaged citizenry in order to thrive. There are many ways residents can become involved through their words and actions. Here are four ways to become a more responsible citizen. Be Involved An important part of being in a society is to stay informed and involved. One way to do…

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Mistle Toe On Main Street Drive Thru

      Portage will celebrate Christmas, the arrival of Santa, and the lighting of the Christmas tree in a safe, socially distanced celebration on Dec. 5. Portage Event Partnership, Portage Kiwanis Club, and the Portage Township YMCA are partnering to provide the holiday event beginning at 1 p.m. and culminating in the lighting of…

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Snowflake Parade & Festival of Lights Modified

The 30th Annual Festival of Holiday Lights begins on the first Saturday in December 5th 2020 from 4:30 – 6:00 pm at Millennium Park (Where Santa Will Be) Washington Park, Michigan City, Indiana and the MODIFIED Snowflake parade after the Tree Lighting. Santa will be present to meet and greet children as vehicles safely drive through…

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Santa’s Second Hand Shop – Whiting Indiana

Secondhand Santa Shoppe takes place Saturday, December 5      The Secondhand Santa Shoppe, presented by Arts Alive!, will be open on Saturday, December 5th from 11a.m. to 2p.m. at  Studio 659 is located at 1413 – 119th Street next door to Bulldog’s Brewery.   The Christmas sale, which  has accompanied the Ethnic Cookie Bake Sale for…

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Where to Go For Christmas Lights

     Seems like the one thing popular this year during the Pandemic is to go see Christmas lights from the safety of your own car. We’ve compiled a list of Very Popular places for you to enjoy in the Northwest Indiana Region.      Folks are wanting to celebrate the season and give their…

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What The Media is Not Telling You About COVID-19

Something the media is not talking about is the fact that over the past few months, the COVID-19 virus has been found in the air in patient rooms, bathrooms, and in the hallways and also outside the patient’s rooms. This involves Nursing Homes, Day Care Facilities, Shopping Centers, Medical facilities and anyplace there is multitude…

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Crucial Tips for Choosing an Aquarium Lighting System

Crucial Tips for Choosing an Aquarium Lighting System

Home aquariums are some of the best ways to bring the beauty of the aquatic world into your own home. However, certain aspects of the building process can be a bit difficult for beginners to wrap their heads around. Lighting, in particular, can come with a series of challenges, depending on the type of tank…

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