Summer is big for festivals in Northwest Indiana Head to Whiting for Pierogi Fest, then stop by Hobart for the Lakefront Festival, and loop around toward Hammond to catch the Festival of the Lakes.
One by one guests filed in the Wicker Park Social Center on Indianapolis Blvd, with smiles on their faces and gym shoes on their feet. The border of the room displayed tables filled with a variety of raffle prizes from jewelry to Disney tickets and weekend getaways in Lake Geneva.
Springtime in Chicagoland is a beautiful time of year. As we continue to dig our way out of winter, flowers begin to bloom, days become longer, and there are more and more fun activities to do in and outdoors! The South Shore Line can get you to hundreds of events taking place throughout the month of April and the best part: up to three kids can ride free with an accompanying adult!
This week Industrial Revolution salutes Philo Farnsworth (1906-1971). As a young boy, Philo loved to read Popular Science magazine and science books. By the time he entered high school, he had converted most of his family’s household appliances to electrical power and by the age of 15 he had conceived in his mind the worlds first all electronic television. In 1926 he convinced some of his friends to fund his invention efforts and a year later demonstrated the first all electronic television.
The American Creation is a slab of meat, Heinz 57, and a thick slice of gooey cheese. You can find this paradise worthy meal at Industrial Revolution Eatery and Grille in Valparaiso. Industrial Revolution is a place where customers enjoy a classic meal where the dreams of Americans – the invention of the airplane by Orville Wright, the revolution of food crops by George Washington Carver, or the building of a dream home in Margaritaville – are honored and used as ways to inspire others.
Memorial Opera House and BrightSide Music Welcome Willie Nile and His New York City Band for Fifth Concert
The Memorial Opera House, with the help of Rob Harkel, founder of BrightSide Music, proudly welcomed back Willie Nile to the newly-renovated venue for a remarkable fifth time.
The Duneland Chamber of Commerce had a successful second year in hosting their Corkscrew and Brew beer festival at Thomas Centennial Park in Chesterton on March 18. In just its second year, the Chamber team was excited to see the event grow and evolve.
Now in its 36th year, Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) Lubeznik Art & Artisan Festival attracts thousands of shoppers and art enthusiasts to Michigan City's North End. Held on the third weekend in August, this festival features contemporary art, artist activations, beer and wine, and food. It draws repeat visitors from Chicago, South Bend and Northwest Indiana, as well as Michigan's nearby Harbor Country communities.