Category Archives: Visit Indiana

Cold Weather Fashion Tips: What to Wear in the Winter

Cold Weather Fashion Tips: What to Wear in the Winter

During the colder months of the year, staying warm is a top priority. However, that doesn’t mean your sense of style needs to get left out in the cold. Creative combinations and certain wardrobe staples allow you to look fashionable in the winter without freezing your boots off. These cold weather fashion tips will help you learn…

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Living Positively: Ways to Have More Gratitude in Every Day

Living Positively: Ways to Have More Gratitude in Every Day

     Life can get pretty overwhelming, and when we’re trying to speed through all the tasks we need to accomplish, we tend to forget to take a look around us. We forget to stop and smell the roses. We forget to love our loved ones a little harder. If you’re tired of living at…

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Best Interior Renovations for Increasing Home Value

Best Interior Renovations for Increasing Home Value

When individuals are looking to sell their homes, they often neglect the value of the interior renovations and only focus on the curb appeal. This article introduces the best interior renovations for increasing home value. The Kitchen Without a doubt, the biggest value increaser is the kitchen. One of the many kitchen upgrades that will increase your…

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Calumet Revisited Lecture Series

Calumet Forum Programs 2020      Calumet Revisited Forums continue at Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) in 2020,  shedding light on the region’s rich human history and environmental treasures.        Feb. 4 will be Dr. Larry McClellan, author and retired dean at Governor State University will give a talk on the Underground Railroad…

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“Dana H” – Review by Carol Moore

** Somewhat Recommended **  I’ve had a difficult time writing a review of “Dana H”, a performance I’d call ‘reality stage’.  It was obvious from the applause that some people in the audience really liked it but it definitely wasn’t the show for me.  The subject matter is so gruesome my friend Helen had nightmares. …

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Chance of a Lifetime Historical Tour

Historic Community Center/YMCA Tour & City Sale Sept. 28 by Carl Zurbriggen    Join us on Saturday, September 28th to experience the history of the Whiting Family YMCA and former Whiting Community Center built by John D. Rockefeller!     Explore the facility like never before by taking a tour behind the scenes.  Look and experience…

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Michigan City To Expand Singing Sands Trail

     The city of Michigan City is pleased to announce the construction of a nearly 2.2 mile multi-use trail at the eastern end of the Calumet Trail.      The trail project offers connectivity for both pedestrians and bicyclists at the north end of Michigan City. This area features Lake Michigan, Washington Park & Zoo and…

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Valparaiso Partners With South Shore Trains

     The  City of Valparaiso and the South Shore Line (SSL) have partnered to further connect public transportation in the City of Valparaiso. Starting August 1 the City of Valparaiso will be operating a new weekday shuttle. Try out the new service for FREE August 1 through October 31. Regular fare rates will apply…

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Things to Do in Crown Point Indiana

Crown Point Opens New Bulldog Park Downtown    Crown Point just completed one of the newest public multi-use projects  — Bulldog Park. What started out as a mere vision is now a public place that makes the city even more welcoming for visitors and residences alike.   City officials wanted the downtown to be more than just…

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Valparaiso Art Festival

    The Valparaiso Art Festival will showcase the talents of more than 80 juried artists and artisans from across the nation on June 29th and June 30th, 2019. The festival will take place in the downtown area right adjacent to their new development, Central Park Plaza, and along a vibrant tree-lined streets and nestled amongst…

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