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Couple in convertible car smiling

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November 29, 2012 1:49 pm
Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Valparaiso brothers Owen Cowsert, 10, and Evan Cowsert, 7, hold court with St. Nicholas, aka Larry Ard, of Hobart, at Christmas at the Farm on Saturday at Countryside Park in Portage.

December 10, 2011 3:05 pm
Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

No longer the center of attention, St. Nicholas sits and watches as Carla Odisho, of Portage, shows Mrs. Claus a photo they took together at Christmas at the Farm Saturday at at Countryside Park in Portage. In keeping with an old-fashioned Christmas, the park prefers to feature visits with S…

December 10, 2011 3:05 pm
Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Six-year-old Marie White listens to Scott Conner, of Portage, play a stringed instrument called a psaltery at Christmas at the Farm Saturday at Countryside Park in Portage.

December 10, 2011 3:05 pm
Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

With a hand from her mother, 6-year-old Marie White completes her train ornament Saturday at Christmas at the Farm at Countryside Park in Portage.

December 10, 2011 3:05 pm
Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Countryside Parks hosts old-fashioned Christmas

Marie White, 6, of Portage, completes her train ornament Saturday during Christmas at the Farm at Countryside Park in Portage. The Portage Community Historical Society put on the annual event, showcasing collections inside the Alton Goin Museum and offering tours of the Trager Farm House.

December 10, 2011 3:05 pm
Miniatures on display at Portage museum

Miniatures on display at Portage museum

PORTAGE George Lamfalusi of Merrillville built a replica of Napoleon's Inaugural carriage from scratch, working on it for 70 years. It's on display at the Alton Goin Museum at Countryside Park which is hosting a display of miniatures during September.

September 11, 2010 9:18 pm
Miniatures on display at Portage museum

Miniatures on display at Portage museum

PORTAGE The Alton Goin Museum at Countryside Park is hosting a display of miniatures during September. George Lamfalusi of Merrillville built this replica of Napoleon's Inaugural carriage from scratch, working on it for 70 years. Bob Pierce who has a model of an alfa romeo car will be there

September 11, 2010 9:17 pm
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