SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Parks Department will celebrate the grand opening of its new community center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 8 at the facility on Scherwood Greens Drive north of Joliet Street.
John Drake, kneeling, explains a type of plant to Martha Bolyard, left, Susan MiHalo, center, and Ann Bochnowski on Monday during a biodiversity tour at Ivanhoe Dune and Swale in Gary.
MERRILLVILLE | The town will demolish dilapidated structures at the site of a proposed park to honor area unions, Merrillville officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | The town plans to purchase new equipment for two parks, Merrillville officials said this week.
LAKE STATION | The city's Park Department has scheduled a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 11 at Riverview Park, 2701 Ripley St.
SCHERERVILLE | The town plans to use community development block grant funds for enhancements at Stephen Park.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Parks and Recreation Department is planning a trip to Holland, Mich.
MERRILLVILLE | Season passes are available for admission to Hidden Lake Park, 6355 Broadway, and the Ross Township pool, 5311 Tyler St.
Valparaiso Parks Department worker Andy Blastick disassembles a light on the Lions Pavilion in Kirkoff Park prior to the pavilion being torn down last September.
SCHERERVILLE | Registration is open for a six-week Pilates class offered at Town Hall, 10 E. Joliet St.
Children prepare for soccer on the new indoor turf that the Portage Parks Department can roll out and then back up in the Grand Oakwood Hall at Woodland Park. The point is to provide additional recreational opportunities that require turf inside during the winter.
Children prepare for soccer on the new indoor turf that the Portage Parks Department can roll out and then back up in the Grand Oakwood Hall at Woodland Park. The point is to provide additional recreational opportunities inside during the winter that requires turf.
Four-year-old Matthew Holton, of Crown Point, picks a ball Wednesday during a kids' bowling program at the Super Bowl.
Four-year-old Brianna Macchia, 4, of Crown Point, participates in a kids' bowling program at the Super Bowl.
Four-year-old Brianna Macchia, of Crown Point, prepares for her first attempt at bowling Wednesday at the Crown Point Parks Department's bowling program at the Super Bowl.
Michael Lee, 7, of Crown Point, celebrates a spare Wednesday during a kids' bowling program at Super Bowl.
Ted Beier gives his 6-year-old daughter Katrina some pointers at the Crown Point Parks Department's bowling program at the Super Bowl. The Beiers are from Merrillville.
Lee Cialkowski, left, Mary Demo, center, and Patrica Stallworth exercise during a senior aerobics class at the Pruzin Park community center in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | An Indiana State Board of Accounts audit of Merrillville's 2011 financial records found multiple issues, several of which were in the parks department.
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