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!
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.
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.
May at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana, Northwest Indiana’s premier entertainment destination, features Mother’s Day dining and spa specials, a Memorial Day buffet, a performance by stand-up comic Ralphie May, gaming excitement, live music and more.
All About the Girls Part 3 Presents a Stellar Cast of Northwest Indiana’s Most Inspirational Women This Spring at Sand Creek Country Club
"All About the Girls" returns on May 11th for the 3rd year, bringing together fun and inspiration from some of the strongest women in Northwest Indiana, all built around the theme “You’re Welcome World: Changing the World by Being Yourself.”
For Northwest Indiana planners, Amy Frets, Director of Communications of Whiting, Nikki Lopez, Event Director of Hobart, and Donna Muta, Special Events Coordinator of Hammond, and City Controller Rich Murphy and Kesha Pate, City Marketing Director of Michigan City, there is never a dull moment when it comes to planning and executing an event. There is constant activity, like Hobart’s 2017 city-wide construction project. So, how do these planners pull off a successful event amidst other issues and how do they use them to their advantage.
Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. cordially invites Hammond children, ages 6-11, to enjoy the City of Hammond’s Summer Recreation programs. The fun will begin June 12 and go through July 14, weather permitting. Programs will run Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - noon. Proof of residency is required via a valid IN driver’s license with your Hammond address or a valid State of IN ID. A birth certificate is needed for each child. Registration is available at the Hammond Civic Center and the Jean Shepherd Community Center. There will be NO onsite registration.
Weather, participation numbers, timing of events: All are factors that will deem an event a success or a “try-again” next year. There are things you can control and things you cannot - best explained by the city planners, Amy Frets, Director of Communications of Whiting, Nikki Lopez, Event Director of Hobart, and Donna Muta, Special Events Coordinator of Hammond, and City Controller Rich Murphy and Kesha Pate, City Marketing Director of Michigan City.