To show appreciation for the hard work of their Emergency Medical Service workers, La Porte Hospital celebrated EMS Week with an open house-style lunch on Tuesday. All area EMS providers were invited.
Want to jam to Save the Dunes? Enjoy a jazz concert in South Bend? What about Chicago Blues Festival? Summer is here and its packed with fun events that you can enjoy by taking the South Shore Line!
Bush agrees to headline Hammond's Festival of the Lakes on Thursday July 20th. This band, who played to a packed house last night at The Riviera in Chicago, is know for such great hits as "Glycerine", "Comedown" and "Machinehead."
There was a short time of despair when the rumor of not hosting the Maple City Grand Prix was floating around. However, put those fears aside and get ready for another great weekend of some fast, fast boat racing.
Having grown up in Chesterton, and with many friends’ families as members of the Sand Creek Country Club, one of my favorite summertime activities was spending the day at the Club’s private resort-like swimming pool.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) summer classes and camps are now open for registration. Classes start June 19th and run through August. Students will get the opportunity to explore their creative side, learn a new skill, and find inspiration for their own work in one of the many classes offered this summer.
Frontline Foundations Inc. is seeking artists to create, sell, or share their creative talents in the Sixth Annual Hooked on Art – Live Street Art Festival. Held in Downtown Chesterton on Saturday, September 23rd, artists can enter as a live street artist or art vendor. With $2,000 in total cash prizes, the Festival Chalk Art Competition is open for entries as well. 1st place will receive $1,000, 2nd place takes $750, and 3rd receives $250. Those interested may visit www.hookedonartfestival.com to download an application and find out more.
The 2017 Arts in the Park season will kick off June 7, leading into an exciting summer blast of music featuring some new, high-energy performers as well as favorites like the City Band, Dr. Groovy & the Soul Surgeons, and the Tom Milo Big Band.
A benefit concert in Michigan City on April 30 raised $15,000 to support Syrian refugees who are living in desperate conditions in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Turkey. The fundraiser was sponsored by The Concerned Citizens for Syrian Refugees (CCSR), a Northwest Indiana nonprofit. Some 250 people attended the event at the Elston Performing Arts Center.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts' Summer Class & Workshop offerings for children, teens and adults are currently open for registration. Weekly classes are available for those looking to develop new skills and workshops for those looking to flex their creative muscles. Classes fill quickly, so please register early to secure your spot!
Breaking Down the Barriers: Salute to our Veterans, the second annual police-escorted motorcycle ride, veterans’ vendor fair and dinner, will be held on Saturday, June 17 at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana.