Dog Days Of Summer
Whiting is going to the dogs.
CROWN POINT | Mayor Uran’s Office of Special Events and Source One Real Estate are announcing the Dog Days of Summer Festival is being rescheduled. The future event date will be posted at a later time. The event is being rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control.
Crown Point Mayor's Office of Special Events and Source One Real Estate will host the highly anticipated Dog Days of Summer Festival for 2 to 6 p.m. Aug. 19. The family-friendly event takes place at the Lake County Fairgrounds under the show Pavilion.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Community Library kicked off their annual summer reading “Stories in the Park” with the Paw Power Blues Dog Club. Held at the Lake County Fairgrounds, Stories in the Park brings provides a fun and educational experience outside the library.
Getting by giving?
CROWN POINT | Mayor Uran's Office of Special Events and Source One Real Estate are announcing the highly anticipated Dog Days of Summer Festival Sunday, August 21.
It's hard to believe that summer is almost over. Crown Point students will enjoy their first day of school Thursday.
Matthew, 3, and Nathan Hillis, 4, of Homewood visit the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on Saturday at Homewood's Dog Days of Summer event at Irwin Park.
Eighteen-month-old Nathanael Jones tries to grab a bubble at Homewood's Dog Days of Summer event at Irwin Park.
Rachel Pierre, 13, of Homewood would really like to take home this pit bull terrier mix, but mom says no. Russell and other puppies were on display Saturday courtesy of the South Suburban Humane Society at Homewood's Dog Days of Summer event at Irwin Park.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermoble was on hand Saturday during Homewood's Dog Days of Summer event at Irwin Park.
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