The Memorial Opera House announced the 2018 Season at the opening evening for The Drowsy Chaperone on Friday!
This week, help us salute another great American, Clara Barton (1821-1912). "I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them"
Indiana University Northwest is teaching Michael Vargas the technical side of Criminal Justice, however his job as a server at Industrial Revolution Eatery and Grille is helping him attain the real-life skills needed to achieve his dream of being a homicide detective.
South Shore Orchestra Launches 13th Season with Concerts and Connections at Memorial Opera House June 2, 2017
South Shore Orchestra, Valparaiso’s noted community orchestra, launches their 13th season with some exciting and exhilarating musical productions to entertain, inform and celebrate the universal language of music.
Meatballs are a very satisfying, fitness-friendly dish that’s filled with superb nutrition. Since these protein-packed meatballs are low in carbs, serving a few over a bed of greens is the type of meal that will keep you on track with your fat loss goals.
The exhibit will include artists whose work investigates a variety of interpretations of home, such as shelter, family, immigration, homelessness, nostalgia, architecture, domesticity, and the home planet we all share, Earth!
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.
You may have noticed a rock somewhere – in the window of a store, leaning against a sign post, maybe even just lying casually in a bed of rocks, trying to fit in. These rocks, you may have noticed, are different. They are painted in bright colors resembling superhero characters, depict birds and flowers across its flat shape, or reads a motivational phrase like, “YOU ROCK!”
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.
Tax Day can get people riled up. When it comes time to write that check, tempers can flare. On April 18, 2017, though, Northshore Health Centers invited the community to come "chill out" with Kona Ice at their Portage and Lake Station offices.