Category Archives: Lowell

Purdue Master Gardeners Garden Walk – Lake County

Garden Walk 2017, “A Day in the Gardens”  Date:  Saturday, July 8, 2017 Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm   The Purdue Master Gardeners proudly present “A Day In The Gardens” Garden Walk, July 8, 2017, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Come and visit some of Lake County’s finest Gardens, featured this year in Dyer, Crown…

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Basket Making Class

June 22, 9am – 2pm Basket Making Workshop: Mitten Basket rsvp by June 16, 769.7275 $34,  also repeats on Jun 24 at 9am, uckley Homestead County Park, 3606 Belshaw Rd, Lowell, www.lakecountyparks.com Please connect with us:670

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NWI Spring Car Shows and Festivals

Spend your Summer Weekends celebrating in Northwest Indiana. We guarantee there’s a Festival EVERY WEEKEND WITH TONS OF FAMILY FUN! From Car Shows, ice cream socials to concerts and parades, these events will have you enjoying your summer weekend ! Let us not forget tons of Fireworks,  Art and Craft Fairs AND CRAFT BEER !…

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Cobe Cup Returns to Northwest Indiana

The excitement returns to Northwest Indiana thanks to the Regional Streeters Car Club. The historical Cobe Cup Car Cruise will be held in 2017 on Saturday May 27th. The course mocks the original historical race of 1909 – going thru Crown Point, Lowell and Cedar Lake. The Cobe Trophy Race was an automobile race held in…

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Cobe Cup Crown Point Indiana

The Regional Streets Car Club of Indiana hosts the 105th Cobe Cup Celebration and Cruise on Saturday, June 18th (Father’s Day Weekend)  at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S. Court St, Crown Point, Indiana. The annual event commemorates the 1909 Cobe Cup Race, a predecessor of the Indianapolis 500 and attempts to re-create the route…

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Buckly Homestad – a Living History Farm

by Robin Black Settled in 1849 by Irish immigrants who developed their land into a 150-head dairy farm and sold milk to the Chicago market in the early 1900’s, the farm grew in size from 79 acres to 520 acres as it passed through four generations. In 1977, part of the homestead was donated by…

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