HAMMOND | A musical romp through the winter wonderland of northwest Indiana will be celebrated Saturday as Purdue University Calumet and Towle Theater partner in presenting the university’s next Building Community through the Arts program.
Titled “Celebrating Winter in Northwest Indiana,” the free, diverse offering begins at 2 p.m. at the downtown Hammond theater, 5205 Hohman Ave.
Free theater parking is available off Fayette Street, east of Hohman Avenue, just steps from the Towle’s rear entrance, or directly across Hohman Avenue west of the theater.
The program will include holiday trees decorated in honor of various cultures, holiday carols from around the world, music and a sampling of food. Also being presented are highlights from the Towle’s popular holiday production, “A Fabulous 50’s Christmas.”
“We hope to connect with people of the various cultures prevalent in our region by providing a quality event with good food and entertainment,” said Event Coordinator Rebecca Stankowski, also PUC executive director of multidisciplinary studies and learning outcomes assessment for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Contact PUC at (219) 989-2208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.