Category Archives: Visit Indiana

Car Repairs You Should Not Try To Do Yourself

Car Repairs You Should Not Try To Do Yourself

Many people choose to forgo a professional mechanic and repair their vehicle themselves. Doing so often provides a sense of accomplishment and can help save a substantial amount of money on labor costs. However, DIY repairs aren’t always the best choice and can sometimes worsen the vehicle damage or result in personal injury. Unless you…

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Starting Fresh: The Steps To Planning a Home Remodel

Starting Fresh: The Steps To Planning a Home Remodel

As a homeowner, the prospect of starting to remodel your home can be a very exciting idea. It can also be an idea that brings a lot of anxiety and stress if you’re not sure how to go about it. Home remodels are big projects, and there are many things that need to go right…

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How To Break Into Professional Motorcycle Racing

How To Break Into Professional Motorcycle Racing

Riding a motorcycle is an experience like no other, except maybe racing one. If you are interested in starting a career in motorcycle racing, look no further. Here is how to break into professional motorcycle racing. Find a Local Track The first thing to do is find a racing track local to where you are.…

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4 Fun Tourist Destinations in Northwest Indiana

4 Fun Tourist Destinations in Northwest Indiana

Taking a trip this year is difficult with the necessary COVID-19 precautions, but there are ways for you to still get away. Whether you’re a Midwesterner looking to stay local or from farther away, northwest Indiana is a prime spot for outdoor fun. Peruse these four fun tourist destinations in northwest Indiana as you plan…

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Bored? Try Goat Walking with the Family

Owners at Creme De La Crop Farm in Valparaiso found themselves without the time to take their goats walking, which is a much needed activity for the health and well-being of the goats. So, they came up with a method to have family volunteers walk the goats – which has turned out to be a…

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At the “Icarus” unveiling (left to right), Museum Director Keri Teller Jakubowski, La Porte County Historian Fern Eddy Schultz, Reagan Buchanan, Board President Bruce Johnson, Board Vice President Gary Ashby

LaPorte Museum Unveils Permanent Copper Statue

The La Porte County Historical Society Museum is proud to announce its recent donation, a 9-foot copper sculpture of Icarus created by artist, sculptor, and former LaPortean Roland Hockett. Hockett grew up in La Porte, graduated from La Porte High School, and returned and taught art at La Porte High School upon graduation from college.…

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The Antique Market of Michigan City is Now Open!

  The Antique Market of Michigan City announced its plans for the re-opening on July 4th weekend, 2020, at 3703 N.E. Frontage Road – I-94 & US 421, Michigan City, Indiana.     The Market boasts over 140 dealers with only fine antiques & collectibles, such as furniture, glassware, pottery, vintage clothing, estate jewelry, books, railroadiana, coins,…

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U-Pick Farms in Northwest Indiana

     One thing Northwest Indiana has plenty of is U-Pick Farms. Over the years, these farms have changed from your old time venue to be more up-scale and popular activity for young and old. — LAKE COUNTY —     County Line Orchard, 17 U-pick apples and pumpkins, open in mid-August every day from 9am-6pm.…

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Stage 4 Begins June 12th!

Stage 4 is 75% Capacity for Most Venues GUIDELINES FOR ALL HOOSIERS • Hoosiers 65 and older and those with known high-risk medical conditions should adhere to social distancing guidelines and remain cautious at work and in their communities • Continue remote work as needed • Face coverings are recommended • Social gatherings of up…

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4 Safety Tips to Drink Responsibly this Summer

4 Safety Tips to Drink Responsibly this Summer

For many people, the celebrations of summer aren’t complete without an ice-cold beer beside the grill, margaritas on the beach, or cocktails on a night out with friends. While alcohol can add to some incredible summer memories, it’s important to stay safe and responsible when drinking this summer. From staying hydrated in the heat to…

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