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Schedule of Events: Hometown Festival Days for Two Weekends in June

2014-06-10T10:55:00Z Schedule of Events: Hometown Festival Days for Two Weekends in June nwitimes.com
June 10, 2014 10:55 am

Hometown Festival Days - June 13-14 & June 20-21 - Downtown Crown Point

Corn Roast June 13-14

Enjoy an old-fashioned community celebration along Crown Point’s Main Street featuring great food, a beer garden, live music, games for the kids and of course delicious corn courtesy of the Southlake Shriners!

Friday, June 13, 4-11pm

4-10:30pm - Beer Garden

7:30-10:30 pm - Nawty

Currently this band is playing the local circuit in Northwest Indiana. The present line-up has been together as a unit since 2007 molding and shaping their shows - high energy, high entertainment, high crowd involvement and just an overall good ole rockin’, fun show for everyone. They cover a vast array of musical genres from light to heavy and old to new.

Saturday, June 14, 12noon-11pm

10am – 34th Annual 5K/2K Hub Run

Race starts and finishes at the Crown Point Courthouse

Pre-race registration and Post-race awards on the west steps

2-5pm - 1st Annual Crown Point Cornhole Classic

$1,000 PAYOUT

4-10:30pm - Beer Garden

7:30 pm – 10:30 pm – Hessville Star

Local Northwest Indiana band featuring Survivor's Billy O on vocals/bass, Chris Grove on keys, Karp on drums and Zeke on guitar.

No Need to Cook! Corn Roast Vendors Have Something for Everyone:

Annie's Kettle Creations LLC

Bubba Q Bar-B-Que

Butch's Lemonade

Carriage Court Pizza

Crown Town Grill

DCE/Sausage King

Dr. Vegetable Inc.

Fahrenheit Two-Twelve

Jill's Soft Pretzels

Jill's Sweets & Treats

L.J. Concessions

Le's Concession

Maggie Moo's Ice Cream

Muchos Tacos & More

South Lake County Shrine Club

Ste. Marie Concessions

Sweet N Savory Delights

T & S Catering

The Steak Station

Tri-Creek Republicans

True BBQ

Yinyang Gourmeals Food Truck

Dollie Parade

Monday, June16, 11am

Line up on the east side of the downtown Crown Point Courthouse

Food & Arts Festival June 20-21

The 39th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival will once again join the popular food festival, Taste of the Region. Over 50 arts & craft booths will display their unique items on the grounds of Crown Point’s downtown Courthouse, while 30 restaurants & caterers will serve up their specialties on the surrounding streets. A kids area, live musical entertainment & beer garden are all part of the fun!

Friday, June 20, 11am-10pm

11am-9:30pm - Beer Garden

11am-1pm – Capernaum

Delivering a fresh sound to favorite songs, Capernaum is a remarkably talented group of musicians out of Northwest Indiana. Their high energy shows cover a variety from today’s most popular hits to modern, classic and country rock. The front girl, LeAnn Stutler, astonishes crowds with a voice that is well beyond her years. Exceptionally polished for such a young band, the musical savvy of this group adeptly spins a new feel to familiar tunes.

1-3pm – Bowman & Rose

Bowman & Rose is an exciting jazz/pop duo currently making the rounds in the Chicago and NWI music scene. From Gershwin to Van Morrison, from Nora Jones to The Beatles, Bowman & Rose apply their own sophistication to the great American songbook. Audiences thrill to the sultry vocal styling of Jodi Rosenthal Pesich as she seamlessly intertwines with the rich sound of Dennis Bowman’s guitar. Whether you are sipping wine at a restaurant or dancing at an outdoor festival, Bowman & Rose has you covered, sharing their true passion for music with you!

3-5pm – Next2sday

This rock-n-roll cover band based out of Orland Park, IL has been rocking since around 2007, with a few different members and home bases along the way. Many of the members of N2D are childhood friends—in fact, the first N2D jam session began as an experiment to “get the ol’ band back together.” The group shares a love for classic rock and enjoys infusing their sets with newer rock songs to keep things interesting. Their song list covers more than four decades of music, including hits from U2, The Beatles, Jefferson Airplane, the Gin Blossoms, The Ramones and KT Tunstall.

5-7pm – Nicole Jamrose

You may recall Nicole Jamrose as the last woman standing after the 2006 season of the USA Network show Nashville Star. A viewer base of more than 3 million fans voted her third in the competition. Nicole has that voice that draws everyone in, it has been called the perfect mix of whiskey and honey. After the show Nicole returned to her hometown in Northwest Indiana and her roots of rock, pop, soul and country music playing hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today.

6pm - Marriage Mill Celebration and Renewal of Marriage Vows

East side of the Crown Point Courthouse

7:30-10:30pm – Muddsharks

Bringing people together in the spirit of fun, frolic, laughter, song and dance, the Muddsharks cover a wide variety of songs from the 1960's to popular tunes of today. Be it rhythm & blues, classic and current rock, reggae, and country, the Muddsharks unique repertoire and sheer energy contribute to their ever-growing popularity.

Saturday, June 21, 11am-10pm

11am-9:30pm - Beer Garden

11am-1pm – Dirtymac

With an average musical history of 35 years, Dirtymac has played stages north to south. From touring with 1964, the premier Beatles cover band to sharing the stage with Chicago bands such as Off Broadway, you name it, we have played it! From the 60's British invasion, the 70's during the classic rock and blues era, through the 80's and 90's with Alternative Rock onto the present.

1-3pm – John Fister

With a variety of musical influence ranging from classical choral pieces to jazz saxophone, John Fister began his songwriting career at 16, picking up the guitar as a means to achieve this end. A decade later, he has honed his writing skills, appealing to light rock, folk and pop listeners alike. Likened to John Mayer and James Taylor, John’s intricate guitar work perfectly frames catchy melodies and lyrics that are sure to get stuck in your head. He currently performs solo, but lacks no depth thanks to his use of looping to layer vocals, percussion and guitar.

3-5pm – Little Johnny Band

Little Johnny is regarded as one of the hardest working Blues Artist in Chicago by playing over 200 nights a year. It is his "passion" for the music and his fans that drives him. Johnny has paid his dues by backing and playing with some of the Best in Chicago Blues. He always plays to the crowd. It is his heartfelt vocals whether on his own original music or his unique cover of a classic rock or blues tune, that keeps the crowd in the palm of his hands.

5-7pm – Tim & Pete Felus

7:30-10:30pm – Alien Syndicate

A collection of seasoned players, drawing from the many genres and aspects of Guitar driven music, Alien Syndicate is a 4-piece band comprised of members of national touring act Marrakesh Express. The band covers everything from, Folk Music to Hard Rock, CSNY to Black Sabbath. Delivering a high-energy show the band is sure to thrill all ages, and all tastes.

Woo-hoo! One More Weekend of No Cooking Thanks to a Fresh, New Selection from the Amazing Taste of the Region Participants:

Abuelo's Restaurant

Asparagus Restaurant

Bubba Q Bar-B-Que

Carriage Court Pizza

Cold Stone Creamery

Crown Town Grill

DCE/Sausage King

Dr. Vegetable Inc.

Eagles Sweet Corn

Fahrenheit Two-Twelve

Jill's Soft Pretzels

Jill's Sweets & Treats

Little Jimmy's Italian Ice

LJ Concessions

Lucrezia Ristorante

Maggie Moo's Ice Cream

Muchos Tacos & More

Prime Steakhouse

Safe House Bar & Grill

Season's Restaurant and Catering

Ste. Marie Concessions

Sweet N Savory Delights

T & S Catering

Texas Corral

The Steak Station

Tim's Pizza

True BBQ

Wittenberg Village

Stroll Through and See What’s New at the Arts & Craft Festival:

Aquarius Custom Jewelry

B & L

Becky's Originals

Bella Beads

Bellas Boutique

Call Us Crafty

Christines Jewelry Designs

Crosspoint Church

D2E Gallery

Extra Time LLC

Gemstone Treasures

Genuine Gemstone Jewelry

Gotcha Covered

Heaven's Rim

Incas Andes

Inspirational Creations

Just if I'd Jewelry

JW Creations

Karina's Kreations

Lazy Dog Designs

Little Lady's Doll Fashions

Night Owl Candles & Unique Gifts

PC Embroidery

Primative Pane

Princessannabell

Simplify

Sister Stuff

South Shore Arts

The Nut Hut

The Painted Garden

Theresa's Heirloom Quilts

Trinkets

Twisted Tattooz

With Grandma's Love

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