Category Archives: Biking

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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Labor Day Bike Ride and Fishing Clinic

   The 17th annual Active Living Faire at Wolf Lake will feature a Fishing Clinic for youngsters and the bi-state Labor Day Bike Ride on Monday, Sept. 7.         Sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI), the 20-mile ride, with frequent stops along the way, will begin at 8:30a.m. with a sign-up in the…

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The Waterways Downtown Laporte Indiana

    I’ve always seen Pine Lake and sometimes Stone Lake driving in LaPorte delivering the PanoramaNow Magazines, but I’ve never really been on the lake until last weekend. It was such a nice experience and such clear water that I was amazed that in 35 years I had never heard nor seen anything about it…

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Virtual Unity Ride From Gary To Indianapolis with Haneefah Khaaliq

     Get ready to join this exciting journey virtually from Gary, Indiana all the way to Washington DC!  On August 15, 2020 citizens who believe in fair, peaceful, and win-win solutions to issues will watch live and join virtually as Chuck G., event organizer, and Haneefah Khaaliq bike ride across the region to bring…

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Wham Bike Ride Returns To Hammond

Join us for the 9th Annual Whiting, Hammond, Highland, and Munster Midnight Bike Ride. Enjoy a ride through Hammond, Whiting, Highland, and Munster’s beautiful neighborhood bike paths and city streets on Saturday, August 8th, 2020. Start and end at Hammond iconic Wolf Lake Pavilion, ride along the majestic shores of Lake Michigan, and enjoy the…

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Highland Begins Park Expansion Downtown

On Tuesday, July 21, Highland Redevelopment Department announced the construction of “The Depot”  at the corner of Highway Ave and Kennedy Ave will begin. This is an effort to enhance the downtown Highland experience and make it a great place for business to thrive. The downtown Highland is dotted with lots restaurants, shopping and special…

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Ride the Rails Returns in July

UCA Ride and Rail Tour- There IS Something to Do this Summer!    For everyone who has said “Gee, I wish there was something fun to do,” we have great news.  The 3rd Annual Ride and Rail Tour will kick off from Downtown Whiting on Saturday, July 25th, 2020 promptly at 9a.m., returning shortly after…

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Indiana Dunes Open With Social Distancing

     Indiana Dunes National Park’s 50 miles of hiking trails remain open and can provide a safe space for exercise while social distancing and complying with the state’s Shelter-in-Place orders. While all park buildings, including restrooms, are closed until further notice, national park hiking and biking trails, parking lots and most beaches remain open.…

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Watch The Owner of Panorama Magazine on Video!

     If you’re a fan of videos, you’re gonna love this one. You’ll laugh at Bill’s jokes, and get lots of information about local festivals and events.      Here’s some of the Highlights of this video: • What’s the difference between a big Festival and A small One? • How to Promote a…

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Improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park & Stone Lake Planned

     The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department is preparing a master plan to make improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park. The first draft of the plan is available by clicking on the link below. The public may comment on the plan through August 15 by contacting Jon Ruble at Planned Environment Associates…

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