The Bistro on the Boulevard is planning a Green Bush Beer dinner for November 29th for those who plan on eating again next Thursday.
CROWN POINT | Trinity Lutheran Church and School, 250 S. Indiana Ave., will host its seventh annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner in the church Fellowship Hall at 2 p.m. Thursday.
The Bistro on the Boulevard is planning a Green Bush Beer dinner for November 29th and a walk-around tasting, where you can taste 6 wines to pair with Turkey Day fare before the holiday.
HOBART | The M. L. McClelland Masonic Lodge No. 357, 219 Center St., will host a Thanksgiving dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday.
GARY | In the spirit of giving, Majestic Star Casino's Food and Beverage Department prepared a Thanksgiving feast for four female clients of The ARC Northwest Indiana in a residential home in Gary.
As diners are gobbling up their Thanksgiving dinner, higher food costs will be gobbling up a larger portion of their budgets, as a survey shows that the retail cost of the typical holiday meal increased about 13 percent this year.
As diners are gobbling up their Thanksgiving dinner, higher food costs will be gobbling up a larger portion of their budgets.
It may not have been Pilgrims and Indians but it was 250 hungry students and teachers from St. Mary School in Griffith sharing a Thanksgiving lunch together on Nov. 24, the day before Thanksgiving.
St. Mary School seventh-grader Adam Gindl, right, and kindergartner Alex Rueth enjoyed their Thanksgiving lunch together last week.
It was Thanksgiving a day early at St. Mary School in Griffith where students had a Thanksgiving lunch.
CROWN POINT | The outside temperature never permeated the warmth inside Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church's Fellowship Hall as church volunteers served over 140 members and non-members as part of their annual Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner.
Following is a listing of Thanksgiving-related events in the region.
VALPARAISO | Angela Novak was not feeling well Wednesday, but without any food at home, she decided to take part in the free Thanksgiving meal offered at the local Round the Clock restaurant.
VALPARAISO | Once again, Round the Clock restaurant will offer free Thanksgiving dinners Wednesday.
Competition for the consumer dollar has most local grocers keeping Thanksgiving turkey prices significantly below their wholesale costs. The retail prices of whole frozen birds are comparable to their 2009 price despite a 20 percent year-to-year increase in wholesale cost.
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