Lansing Historical Museum
THROWBACK THURSDAY | The Times is celebrating our region's rich history. Check out our gallery on nwi.com and share an historic photo(s) with us today by emailing Celebrate@nwi.com
Images are of the “June Brides” exhibit at the Lansing Historical Museum located in the lower level of the Lansing Public Library through the end of July.
Here Herb Krumm shows some of the records of his family's concrete business, including payroll records and supply orders
LANSING | If you want to learn a little about the history of village of Lansing, the Lansing Historical Museum, located in the lower level of the Lansing Public Library, is the place to go.
Pictured is Herb Krumm, one of the museum guides who can be found at the museum one Saturday a month. Krumm's family has a long history in the village, operating several businesses over the years, including the village's first documented business, the Union Hotel, which sat at Ridge Road and…
Pictured is one of the trees on display in the Festival of Lights exhibit, which includes about 30 trees representing different countries, cultures and Lansing organizations.
LANSING | From 1 to 2:30 p.m. Monday, a program will take place for Lansing students in second through fifth grade related to the annual Festival of Lights exhibit at the Lansing Historical Museum in the Lansing Public Library, 2750 Indiana Ave.
Monday is one of the highlights of the year at the Lansing Historical Museum. The museum will open its annual Festival of Lights exhibit following the Lansing Historical Society’s November meeting at 6 p.m. and a holiday performance by the Wolffgang Choir from Hobart High School. The event i…
LANSING | The Busack building was demolished recently. Owned by Janet Bockel's family, the 1860 Busack building on Ridge Road was the oldest remaining building in Lansing and had been the site where residents voted to incorporate the village on March 4, 1893.
LANSING | Were you intrigued by the fashions at this week's inaugural festivities? If so, you'll want to pay a visit to the Lansing Historical Museum to view the exhibit of first lady dolls. Each doll is dressed in a replica of the inaugural gown that they wore.
LANSING | Students at Reavis and Oak Glen Schools in Lansing took a virtual field trip last week to explore the Festival of Lights exhibit in the Lansing Historical Museum, which is located inside the Lansing Historical Society. Lansing Historical Society Barb Dust gave background on each of…
LANSING |The Lansing Historical Society's Festival of Lights exhibit will open Monday, Nov. 26 at the Lansing Historical Museum located in the Lansing Public Museum, Indiana Avenue and School Street in Lansing. The monthly meeting begins at 6 p.m. with a performance by the T. F. South Choi…
LANSING | At the September 24 meeting of the Lansing Historical Society, the organization held a World War II memory night. Members and guests shared their memories of World War II and brought scrapbooks.
Follow The Times
Skip Emergency Waiting Room at St. Mary Medical Center, Hobart! Use InQuicker online check-in system.
We guarantee long-lasting memories with J. Banda Photography!
call 219-836-3255. www.theatreatthecenter.com
Come in and check out our History of Highland photos!
Call a Roofing Contractor You Can Trust. Call K's Roofing & Construction Today 219-405-5146. No Down Payment Required.
We do not require a down payment for any job
Who do you support for Porter County commissioner?