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Northwest Indiana and the surrounding areas offer a variety of opportunities for dogs to walk, run, play and socialize with other dogs both on- and off-leash. Try one of the many dog-friendly parks and beaches on your next outing.
Each summer, Northwest Indiana comes to life with fairs and festivals that guarantee fun for all ages. From music festivals and county fairs to the mega-popular celebration of the Region's favorite dumpling, there's plenty of activities everyone in the family will enjoy.
Warmer weather has finally arrived and this summer is full of family-friendly events sure to keep kids and adults alike busy and happy. From biking, hiking and picnics to outdoor movies, markets and festivals.
Now that spring is in full swing, it's time to get out of the house, explore the outdoors, learn something new, or just spend some quality time together at one of these family-friendly events.
Find out where you can help out during Earth Week.
This year resolve to have more fun and spend more family time together, all while staying healthy, with these winter activities in Northwest Indiana.
During the holiday season, Northwest Indiana comes alive with festive activities for all ages.
As the holiday season approaches, festive activities for kids and families abound.
From movies and games to teddy bears and murals, local hospitals work hard to ensure their young patients are as comfortable and happy as possible during their stay.
During pre-school and kindergarten classes, children learn their ABCs and how to count, but it also is an important time in a child's social and emotional development.
Will Friday really be the end of the world as we know it? From movies and music to documentaries and television series, the notion that the world may end on Dec. 21, 2012, has dominated popular culture in recent years.
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