SCHERERVILLE | Celebrate Schererville Festival continues its 23rd annual celebration until Sunday at Redar Park on South Park Avenue.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Chamber of Commerce will host its 49th annual corn roast Friday at Redar Park, Austin Avenue and Gregory Street.
SCHERERVILLE | The Celebrate Schererville Festival will run today through Sunday at Redar Park, Austin Avenue and Gregory Street.
SCHERERVILLE | Registrations are coming in for the Schererville Chamber of Commerce's 'Come for the Run, Stay for the Party 5K/Run/Walk at 5:00 p.m. on July 16 at Redar Park, Austin and Gregory.
The annual Celebrate Schererville Festival begins tonight and runs through Sunday at Redar Park, Austin Avenue at Gregory Street.
SCHERERVILLE | The Movies in the Park event scheduled for tonight in Schererville has been rained out and rescheduled.
Paulette Lorenze, of Schererville, holds an umbrella Friday evening while her granddaughter Hannah Anderson, 9, enjoys an ear of corn during a rain shower at the 47th annual Corn Roast at Redar Park.
Rapper sisters Shirley Rickard and Gerrie Kimble go geriatric gangsta while performing with the Senior Sounds of Music. The 47th Annual Corn Roast at Redar Park on Friday hosted by the Schererville Chamber of Commerce.
Milan Kasich serves up two more ears of corn Friday at the 47th Annual Corn Roast at Redar Park in Schererville.
Paulette Lorenze, of Schererville, holds an umbrella as her granddaughter, Hannah Anderson, 9, enjoys an ear of corn during a rainshower on Friday. The corn roast was hosted by the Schererville Chamber of Commerce.
Volunteers roast corn Friday at the Schererville Chamber of Commerce event at Redar Park.
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