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Summer is winding down, and many gardeners find their thoughts turning to next year. The Crown Point Garden Club will host a Perennial Plant and Rummage Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at 326 S. Main St., Crown Point.
The Crown Point Community Library will host a book signing with NASA astronaut Jerry Ross from 4 to 7:45 p.m. Sept. 30. Ross has co-authored a children’s book with Susan Gunderson, "Becoming a Spacewalker; My Journey to the Stars." He is also the author of an adult book, "SpaceWalker; My Jou…
For most of us, Thursday will bring back a flood of memories - we will remember where we were and what we were doing when we heard the news the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
Get ready to glide over to the first of three programs on "Swinging and Singing: The Magic of Music in World War II," set for 1 p.m. Sept. 11 at the Crown Point Community Library, 122 N. Main St.
The Gary Sportsman Club will host a sock hop Saturday featuring legendary radio personality Dick Biondi.
Crown Point Community Schools welcomes staff and students to first day of classes Thursday. Take time this fall to support one of the many high school sport teams. Enjoy watching tennis match, a game of football or soccer, or a cross country meet. If you don’t have a copy of the schedule, v…
A clear sign of summer winding down is the return to the classroom of Crown Point Community School Corp. students Aug. 21. With the conclusion of the Lake County Fair today, the Crown Point Cruise returns to the downtown square from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday.
With the Lake County Fair in town until Aug. 10, Thursday’s Crown Point Car Cruise will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. at Wittenberg Village, 1200 E. Luther Drive.
The Lake County Fair begins Friday and runs through Aug. 10 at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S. Court St., Crown Point.
The 4th of July may be over, but visit www.cpjuly4.com to see photos from this year’s parade.
The Southlake YMCA is booking reservations for two upcoming trips.
Independence Day is gone, but there is still plenty of time to enjoy summer and plenty to do here in Crown Point and the surrounding area for those who are enjoying a staycation.
Friday is Independence Day, and the Crown Point Fourth of July Celebration Committee began working on this year's parade in earnest in January. This year’s theme is Pedals on Parade.
Crown Point Festival Days end tonight with the annual Gospel Fest hosted by the Lake court House Foundation. Bring lawn chairs or blankets to the east side of the Old Courthouse to enjoy music from local church choirs and soloists beginning at 6 p.m.
Hometown Festival Days continue this week in Crown Point. Bring your favorite doll and line up on the east side of the Old Courthouse downtown at 11 a.m. Monday for the annual Doll Parade. No advance registration is necessary.
Start your Saturday with the Crown Point Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, hosting its 20th annual pancake breakfast from 7 to11:30 a.m. at the fire station, 126 N. East St.
Hub Swimming Pool, 1000 E. South St., Crown Point, opened Memorial Day weekend. The pool is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Happy Memorial Day weekend. Don’t forget to put out your flag Monday.
With the cool weather we had this week, it is hard to believe Memorial Day is just a week away.
Summer is right around the corner, and the Crown Point 4th of July Celebration Committee has announced Pedal on Parade as this year’s parade theme.
The Old Lake County Sheriff’s House and Jail, 226 S. Main St., opens this week for tours from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday evenings and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, May through September.
Enjoy learning about and seeing the unique architecture of Chicago on a day trip with the Southlake YMCA in Crown Point.
There's a busy weekend ahead in the Hub City, with activities focusing on everything from art to water gardens
Today, Palm Sunday, begins the most holy week for Christians all over the world. With the late arrival of Spring, it is hard to believe we will celebrate Easter next weekend.
Congratulations to Col. John Wheeler Middle School Science Fair overall winners Matt Sulka and Hugo Rodriguez.
Senior citizens tired of being cooped up all winter can enjoy activities close to home by joining others at the Crown Point Civic Center, 101 S. East St.
According to the calendar, Spring has arrived, and the Crown Point Garden Club will host its April 4 meeting at 1 p.m. at the Crown Point Civic Center, 101 S. East St. The guest speaker will be Master Gardener Donnee Smith, who will discuss humming birds and other birds that are attracted by…
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day on Monday, First Presbyterian Church, 218 S. Court St., Crown Point, will host a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner from 3 to 7 p.m. featuring corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, bread and beverage for $10. Children meals and carry-outs are available.
Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Have you ever thought about "growing" your family tree?
You know spring is right around the corner when Crown Point's chapter of Tri Kappa begins selling its handmade chocolate eggs.
Looking for something fun to do? Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Crown Point will host “A Night of Abundant Blessings” on March 21 at Avalon Manor, 3550 E. U.S. 30, Hobart. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and dinner will be served at 7.
Mother Nature is finally giving us a break from the bitterly cold weather. It's time to begin thinking Spring.
Ready to embrace winter? We might as well, since Mother Nature has us in her grip.
Mother Nature sure is having fun with us. If you are tired of staying indoors, come to the downtown square and check out the shops in the lower level of the Old Lake Courthouse and around the square itself.
Trying to stay warm has been a real challenge. While I enjoy the snow, I hope that by having a real winter, Mother Nature will grant us a real spring and summer.
The Crown Point Community Foundation will begin accepting online scholarship applications Tuesday, marking the first time that the foundation has accepted applications online, and all applicants must apply online.
Well, Mother Nature sure gave us a winter to remember! Now that all of the city, county and state employees have worked so hard to dig us out of the snow, I am sure everyone is looking for something fun to do after spending so much time at home.
It’s hard to believe that the holidays are over. It always seems we put so much work into getting ready for the holidays, and then they are over so quickly. The new year has us often making resolutions. I stopped doing this because I could never follow through. I hope that you have better luck.
Since this is my last column for 2013, I wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year! As we reflect back on the year, let us remember the good times we enjoyed with our loved ones. Crown Point is a wonderful city to live in. There is always a lot for families to participate in and enjoy and many…
Crown Point school children are on winter break. If you are looking for some fun things to do with them, here are a few suggestions.
I am really having a hard time believing this year is almost over. Can we just stop time? This Friday will end the school year for Crown Point Community School Corp. students and staff. Christmas vacation begins Dec. 23.
The Crown Point Community Library, 122 N. Main St., will host two free holiday concerts. The Crown Point High School Bellavoce and OYP Choral Groups will perform holiday music at 6 p.m. Wednesday, ending the program with a holiday sing-a-long.
It is hard to believe that we are just 30 days away from celebrating a new year. Despite the cold, Crown Point is in a holiday mood.
Alexandra Jostes is a 2013 Crown Point High School graduate attending Indiana University in Bloomington. She is studying neuroscience with a pre-med track and joined the club Global Brigades.
The Crown Point Parks and Recreation Department is helping get letters to the North Pole for Santa Claus this year. Children can write to Santa on a park department forms and return it on or before Dec. 12 (before Santa gets too busy in his workshop) to receive a personalized letter back from Santa.
Tomorrow is Veterans Day. Remember to put your flag out to honor our men and women who have served our country. Crown Point American Legion Post 20 and the city of Crown Point are hosting a Veterans Day ceremony on the east side steps of the Old Courthouse at 10:30 a.m. Monday.
Happy November! Today is the Crown Point Volunteer Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary Crazy Bunco at the fire station, 126 N. East St. Lunch will be served at noon, with games beginning at 1 p.m. Cost is $10.
Halloween, one of my favorite holidays, arrives Thursday. Trick-or-treat hours for the city of Crown Point are from 5 to 7 p.m.
Congratulations to Joey Betz, a Colonel John Wheeler Middle School teacher and cross country/track coach. who ran the Chicago Marathon and placed 249 out of 45,000 runners.
The Old Sheriff’s House Foundation will open the doors on the “Criminally Insane” Haunted House at the Old Lake County Jail, 226 S. Main St., Crown Point.
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