Over the years I’ve written in my column a few times about a wonderful nonprofit organization that serves Lansing called the Golden-K Club. It’s a branch of the Kiwanis Club for senior volunteers and I’ve known several of the members for a long time. My kids have been recipients of some of t…
Start your engines and drive to Lansing for a special car cruise taking place this weekend.
CROWN POINT | Mayor David Uran’s Office of Special Events will move to Wittenberg Village located at 1200 E. Luther Dr. this Thursday, July 31 and next Thursday, Aug. 7 to allow traffic for the Fair. The Car Cruise will be from 4-8 p.m. both nights. Wittenberg Village will have food and beve…
CEDAR LAKE | The sounds of "ah-ooo-gahs" from Model A Fords and "vrooms" of classic muscle cars filled the air in Cedar Lake on Saturday afternoon as the historic Cobe Cup cruise made its return to the region.
CROWN POINT | Mayor David Uran’s Office of Special Events welcomes the 2014 season of the annual Car Cruise to take place every Thursday night from 4-8 p.m. This event will start May 22 thru Sept. 25, and will be located on the historic downtown square. Attendees should arrive at 4 p.m. to b…
SOUTH HOLLAND | A dozen car enthusiasts helped local children get coats for winter with a Cruise Night fundraiser on Sept. 14.
An antique car is on display at the Knights of Columbus Cruise Night on Sept. 14 in South Holland.
LARC will be holding its 21st annual fish fry from 4 p.m. to midnight Sept. 27* at the LARC workshop, 19043 Wentworth Ave. in Lansing.
CROWN POINT | The next Car Cruise event, which will be held Aug. 8, is moving to the Beacon Hill Plaza on Broadway.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Mayor's Office of Special Events announced the Car Cruise Downtown scheduled to be held July 4 is canceled due to the Fourth of July holiday.
Crown Point's chapter of Tri Kappa will host its annual Kitchen Tour and Tasting from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 14 . Tour eight kitchens and taste fine cuisine from 11 chefs representing restaurants in Northwest Indiana and Chicago.
As summer winds down, there is still plenty to enjoy outdoors in Crown Point. For the month of September, the weekly Car Cruise returns to the downtown square from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday evenings.
Parents are registering children for the new school year and college students are packing up to head to campuses across the country.
Hidden Lake Park Adult Softball League is now taking team registrations for the upcoming fall season, which begins Aug. 14. Registration is limited to 12 teams per night. The men’s leagues will play Tuesdays and Thursdays, with a choice of upper or lower division. The co-ed league will play …
CROWN POINT | Mayor David Uran’s Office of Special Events announces that the Car Cruise is moving for the month of August.
Crown Point Hometown Festival Days hosts its Dolly Parade at 11 a.m. Monday. This free family event will begin on the east side of the Old Courthouse.
Do you own a pre-1984 vehicle? Bring it to the Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S. Court St., on Saturday to enter into the 103rd Anniversary Cobe Cup Celebration. Cars, trucks, motorcycles pre-1984, and all years of Corvettes, cost $10 to register. All registered drivers will receive goody bags…
Cedar Lake residents Rich Otterman, left, and Karry Speichert talk about Otterman's 1972 Hurst Oldsmobile that he brought to the first night of the annual Crown Point summer car cruise.
People crowd the streets of downtown Crown Point on Thursday night for the first night of the annual summertime car cruises, which the city hosts on the square and on Main Street.
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