Hometown Festival Days
CROWN POINT | Friday’s kickoff to Hometown Festival Days was a feast of favorites such as roasted corn and pork chops, elephant ears and cheesecake on a stick.
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.
CROWN POINT | After its weekend kickoff with the corn roast, the Hometown Festival Days kicks back into gear with Monday's Dollie Parade.
CROWN POINT | Hometown Festival Days kick off with the annual Corn Roast, this year expanding to two days, from 4 to 11 p.m. Friday and noon to 11 p.m. Saturday on South Main Street, just south of the downtown square. The beer garden closes a half-hour earlier than the corn roast each day.
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…
CROWN POINT | The city welcomes the 2012 season of Car Cruises from 4 to 8 p.m. every Thursday around the historic downtown square, beginning tonight through Sept. 27.
A Play at the Courthouse
The Crossroads Regional Chamber is preparing for another very busy year.
CROWN POINT | The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce's Hometown Festival Days will conclude tonight with the Gospel Concert at 6:30 on the Old Lake County Courthouse lawn.
CROWN POINT | June Urycki saw a parking spot with her name on it.
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