CHICAGO (AP) — A U.S. Coast Guard ship loaded with more than 1,200 Michigan Christmas trees has arrived in downtown Chicago.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago Public Library will usher in the holiday season with its annual Christmas event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10.
MUNSTER | The Public Works Department will pick up Christmas trees from Jan. 7 to 25.
Beneath the tree, guests will find Snoopy’s red doghouse decorated with Christmas lights, a Charlie Brown-style Christmas tree, Schroeder’s piano and packages wrapped in comic strip paper.
The 45-foot grand tree at the Museum of Science and Industry has more than 30,000 lights and hundreds of "Peanuts" ornaments.
St. JOHN | The Town of St. John is hosting its annual Festival of Trees at Prairie West Park, two block west of U.S. 41 on 93rd Avenue. Following an official tree lighting ceremony, visitors are welcome to stroll the paths and view the trees decorated by local merchants, clubs, churches and …
The heart-warming story of "The Christmas Schooner" runs through Dec. 30, 2012 at the Mercury Theater in Chicago.
HAMMOND | As part of the annual "A Christmas Story" Comes Home exhibit, 36 local businesses, nonprofits and civic organizations have decorated Christmas trees for viewing at the Indiana Welcome Center.
Each year, hundreds of families from around Northwest Indiana flock to Luers Christmas Tree Farm in Crown Point to cut down their Christmas tree. "It's not just about the tree, it's about the experience. It's like having a family dinner. It's a group activity," said owner Doug Luers.
If I had to do it over, which I actually do, I would gather new holiday decorations the way I'd build a new wardrobe.
LOWELL | Lowell Lions Club has received its 38th annual delivery of more than 225 Scotch pine and Fraser fir trees from a Northwest Indiana tree nursery and is open for business, selling Christmas trees daily from the Lions tree shelter and lighted tree lot at Mill Street and East Commercial…
A cast of Chicagoland favorites stars in 'The Christmas Schooner,' running through Dec. 31 at the Mercury Theater in Chicago.
CEDAR LAKE | The deadline is today for civic groups, businesses and families that want to participate in the Cedar Lake Chamber of Commerce's second annual Wonderland of Trees.
Ahh, that fantasy Christmas. The holiday picture revolves around the tree, glowing with lights, decorated with treasured ornaments, smelling of pine and candy canes. For purists, the centerpiece of this holiday celebration can't be a tree chosen from a big-box parking lot or a forever-green …
HAMMOND | Better late than never for the Northwest Indiana Woodworkers Association.
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