Date(s) - 12/18/2021
Many local entities turn their lights on Thanksgiving Day and Thanksgiving Weekend and continue through New Year’s Eve.
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Christmas in Northwest Indiana:
5 Holiday Traditions – Thru Dec 31st – 5 Things to do For the Holidays Your Family Will LOVE!
What’s on Theatre Stage this year 2021
Candlelight Tour in Laporte Cancelled in 2021
Winter Lights Drive Thru – Valparaiso Nov 26th thru Dec 31st , 2021
Holly Days in Valparaiso – Friday, Dec 3rd, 2021
A Christmas Story Comes Home – Hammond Indiana Nov 14th – Dec 31st, 2021
Christmas At Barker Mansion – Michigan City
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS DRIVE THRU – Michigan City Dec 5th thru Jan 3th 2022
The Nutcracker – 8 shows
Shipshewana On The Road, Dec. 11th and 12th, 2021
Local Christmas Tree Farms (And How to Buy One)
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Does your family take annual ski trips? Do you like to hit up the sledding hills or build a magnificent snowman after the first big snow of the season? What about winter hikes or runs through the neighborhood? No matter how you like to spend your time outside, winter is full of opportunities. However, you…
Top Reasons Why Your House Is Always Cold
The time of year where we turn our thermostats up and look forward to cozy nights in our homes has come. Although, if you turned your thermostat up and found you still have to bundle up for warmth, you may have a bigger problem on your hands. These top reasons why your house is always… Continue Reading →
Ways To Avoid Getting Sick Around the Holidays
Even in years without a global pandemic, the untimely coincidence of the holiday season and flu season can spoil the fun and festivities you wait all year for. It’s surely happened to you before; now more than ever, don’t let it happen again. After a year like 2020, you want to finish out strong, and… Continue Reading →
Winter Is Coming: How To Prepare Your Car for Snow
If there is a part of the country that knows winter, it’s this one. We don’t complain about our cold, snowy winters. We use them as bragging rights. (And after the polar vortex of 2018, can you blame us?) But just because we are used to the snow doesn’t mean that we are always quite… Continue Reading →
Best Practices for Winter Recreation
Getting outside and working out can seem like a Herculean task, as the days get colder and the nights get longer. Most of us hit the pavement or gym and only the most dedicated of us can still tie up their running shoes. If you are going to do any sort of workout outside, you’re going to need the right equipment to ensure you don’t freeze over. Let’s check out some essential work out equipment for cold weather so you can be as safe as possible. Continue Reading
How to Protect Your Car From Road Debris
The most common cause of scratches in your car’s paint is from small rocks or other rubble flying off the road and hitting your vehicle. To understand how to protect your car’s paint from street debris, check out this blog.
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