Category Archives: Munster

Lake County Indiana Goes Code Red with Increases

     The State has implemented a color-coded system to inform Hoosiers about the COVID-19 Status in each county – Red, Orange, Yellow and Blue.  Lake County Became Code Red on November 18th.      Once a Code is declared the county cannot be changed for two weeks and can only be changed if the…

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Lake County Indiana Covid-19 Update

Here’s the new COVID-19 Data results for Lake County Indiana. We stopped taking the time to calculate the results back in August. However, with the recent resurgence in cases, it seems we’re back with more concerns about COVID-19. Some of the Lake County cities that were spared in the beginning are now surging and the…

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Theatre at the Center Cancels The Entire Season

     The curtain is coming down on the 2020 season at Theatre at the Center (TATC). Currently, TATC has no plans for the immediate future to host or schedule special event performances or create original productions.      Since early March, 2020, TATC has been carefully evaluating how the COVID-19 pandemic would impact services…

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Comedy Night Cancelled

     Headlining Comics: “Patti Vasquez” and Rocky LaPorte are coming to theCenter for Visual and Performing Artsin Munster Indiana on Friday, October 23rd with dinner at 6:30 and show at 8pm.      Comedian Patti Vasquez knows that for some reason being a mother of two with a “stay at home Dad” (which sounds…

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New Vintage Market Opens in Griffith Indiana – Empty Nest

     Flying around looking for someplace new? A place to dip in your wings while hunting for that something unique?  Come roost for a while at the Empty Nest Market, an emporium of collated artisans.  Hatched August 1, 2020 in downtown Griffith by 2 friends, Melissa Whiting  & Colleen Razesloot, this open airy space…

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Lake County COVID19 Cases Increasing But Slowing

    Lake County COVID-19 Cases have increased in 10 days, but shows signs of slowing down. According to the State of Indiana Website, the previous week (July 29th thru Aug 4th) Lake County had an increase of 594. Within the past 10 Days, there’s been in increase of 509, which shows a decrease in…

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South Shore Arts Gift Shop Opens for the First Time in Munster

Let the wild rumpus begin!  South Shore Arts is proud to announce the Northwest Indiana presentation of a nationally-touring exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of acclaimed author and illustrator Maurice Sendak’s best known work, “Where the Wild Things Are.” South Shore Arts brings “Maurice Sendak: The Memorial Exhibition,” a visual record of Sendak’s artistic and…

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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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Lake County Indiana Covid Cases Per City Updated

     Just in case you were wondering how many cases were in your own town in Lake County, Indiana we discovered a website by the State of Indiana that tells you exactly that.      There are also several informative links available here as well, that we have included in this post. There are…

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Symphony Concerts in the Park Cancelled

The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra has announced that the 2020 South Shore Summer Music Festival, set to begin in Crown Point on Saturday evening, July 25, has been suspended for the year.  The annual festival of free summer concerts performed by the Northwest Indiana Symphony has been a popular summer staple, offering the opportunity for…

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