The 12th annual ARTability Art Show and Sale to benefit artists with disabilities will be held November 16, 2018 from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the Valparaiso University Christopher Center Community Room. The event is free and open to the public.
“Sea Curious” Features Actor Kel Mitchell, Chicago Fire Players Brandt Bronico & Richard Sánchez, Chicago White Sox Player Yolmer Sánchez, Mi Tocaya Chef Diana Dávila and Olympic Bobsledder Aja Evans.
With Halloween just a day away, monsters, heroes, and princesses of all kinds descended upon Lake Station for NorthShore Health Center’s Annual Trunk or Treat festivities. Costumed kids and families enjoyed candy, treats, and information courtesy of NorthShore and their partners.
Sidewalks will once again be filled with ghosts, witches, and goblins, as Halloween 2018 is right around the corner! Stock up on treats and goodies for the trick-or-treaters on Halloween night. Find the Northwest Indiana trick-or-treat times for your neighborhood below! The trick-or-treat hours listed below are for Wednesday, October 31, 2018.
Ghoulish gals and mysterious creatures gathered at the Family Fall-fest in Valparaiso, held by Journey Senior Living. This haunted home was filled with delights, fun, and was a frighteningly good time!
Journey Senior Living opened their doors to the community for fun and tours of the residency. There were a variety of fall treats such as cotton candy, popcorn, candied apples, and Halloween themed cakes.
The Simply Amazing Market, a division of Opportunity Enterprises, is proud to announce the grand opening of an additional store location inside the Valparaiso Meijer. The store will open its doors on Monday, September 24, 2018 with a celebratory ribbon cutting being held in conjunction with the Valparaiso Chamber on Monday, October 8, 2018 at 4:30 pm.
Gearing for 100 Year Celebration of the Katherine House Reflecting on Past and Looking Toward a Great Future
In East Chicago’s Harbor Area sits the “old” Katherine House. Still holding a regal presence, it sits squarely across the street of its current home, the East Chicago Katherine House Boys & Girls Club. The Katherine House, as it was known, has a rich place in East Chicago’s history. Built in 1919 by the local faith based community, its purpose was to serve as a youth center. Fast forward to 1973. As the Boys & Girls Club organization was growing throughout Lake and Porter Counties, the East Chicago Club became the third Club added to the Boys & Girls Clubs family. Lowell Robertson, founder of the East Chicago Club, worked with the Katherine House to merge into the now present East Chicago Katherine House Boys & Girls Club. As a contingent of the merger, girls were accepted as members. In 1992, the current East...
Our pets are often times more stoic than us about pain and won't always show us in the most obvious ways that something hurts. This is especially true for our feline friends who are great at hiding pain!