Category Archives: Lake County

Hammond Hosts Springtime Pawp-Up

Join us at this free event in the month of National Pet Day at the Hammond Civic Center (5825 Sohl Ave.)! Come and find your new fur baby while shopping local vendors & crafters. Concessions will be available for purchase. This event requires that all vendors and guests wear a face mask over the nose…

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Listen To Your Mother Coming To Hobart Indiana

“Listen to your Mother” is a series of live readings by local writers about Motherhood that will be performed at the Hobart Art Theater on Saturday, May 8th at 7 PM. This production honors Mother’s Day. Beverages will be available for purchase by The Brickyard Bar & Grille. The show will take audience members on an…

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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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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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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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PanoramaNOW is 35 Years Old

     “The continued success of the PanoramaNOW Entertainment News, located downtown Valparaiso Indiana, is in no small way a small feat. But with the support of our loyal repeat advertisers and the loyal readers who look forward to every issue, PanoramaNOW is just as popular today as it was thirty years ago,” stated Susie Young…

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Porter County Announced Code Yellow

    It can be difficult and time consuming to follow new cases found each day and the total number of cases and deaths in Lake County, Porter and LaPorte Counties in the state of Indiana. From cities to rural towns, people need to stay informed on where COVID-19 is spreading and to understand how…

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Gary Railcats Announce 2021 Season

RailCats announce 2021 season schedule! RailCats announce full schedule and Opening Day for 2021 season      Don’t miss your chance to be a part of all the FAN-tastic Family Fun at the Steel Yard as the three-time champion Gary SouthShore RailCats announce their 100-game 2021 schedule, featuring 54 home games.      Opening Day…

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Northwest Indiana Warming Shelters Announced

With high temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees predicted Friday and Saturday, with Sunday’s high temperature in the single digits, frostbite and hypothermia can occur during below-zero temperatures and individuals are recommended to limit time outdoors. In addition, Power outages are quite common with these frigid temperatures. Anyone in need of shelter is asked to…

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Indiana Seniors Over 65 May Register for Covid Vaccine

    Indiana Residents age 65 and older can self-register for a vaccine appointment  now by going to ourshot.in.gov. (Please Note:  ages 65 and up are available on Monday February 1st, but the website has long delays.) Scroll Down to See the New Vaccine Locations           A friend or family member may…

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