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Join the City of Hammond at 6 p.m. today at the Pavilion at Wolf Lake for the Citizen Naturalization Ceremony, followed by the Bill Porter Orchestra at 7. Hammond’s spectacular fireworks display tops off the evening at dusk.
The Hammond Parks and Recreation Department's Summer Recreation Program starts Monday and runs until Aug. 1. The cost is $5 per child, Hammond residents only, and registration continues through June 27.
As the weather starts to improve (soon, we hope), take advantage of our Hammond Marina, 701 Casino Center Drive. Boats are ready for launch and the Sail-A-Way program provides classroom and on-water sailing instruction for both the able bodied and disabled.
Spring is here and the City of Hammond's calendar of events is starting to fill up. It’s that time of year where everyone comes out of hibernation and gets involved. So get busy!
Spring is just around the corner, although you can't tell it by the weather. Mark your calendars for the great events coming up in Hammond.
Despite the weather, there's plenty of activities in Hammond this month to get you out of the house and enjoying the season. Shake off that cabin fever and have some fun.
As we start a new year, the city of Hammond also starts a new calendar of events.
Celebrate the holiday season and usher in the new year in the city of Hammond, where Santa and his elves will be joined by the circus, the Harlem Globetrotters and the WWE.
There is plenty to do in the city of Hammond this month, whether you like bargains, sports or the holidays.
The Hammond Fire Department will host its annual Fire Prevention Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Central Fire Station on Calumet Avenue. Fire station tours, DJ music, a Moon Walk and many raffles will be included.
Summer may be officially over, but the city of Hammond continues to offer activities for all ages in September.
Hammond's first Invitational Tournament (HIT), open to all baseball and softball teams ages 10 and 12, continues through Sunday.
Hammond’s 10th annual Festival of the Lakes is a five-day celebration that begins July 17 and concludes July 21.
The Hammond Marina will host a “Welcome To The Water” celebration Saturday, which is National Marina Day.
Summer concerts are just around the corner and a packed schedule of spring events and activities in Hammond this month is ready to roll.
Hopefully, April will bring Spring weather and some blooming flowers. Meanwhile, the City of Hammond is blooming with Spring activities, including:
It will be easy to stay busy in Hammond this month, with everything from boys basketball to pampered women on the schedule. Here's the line-up offered by the City of Hammond:
Don't let winter weather keep you from enjoying February activities sponsored by the city of Hammond.
First of all, I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year!
I hope everyone enjoyed Hammond's kick off to the holiday season with our Hammond Holiday Parade. What great weather and such a great turn out.
The weather may be nudging some folks to stay indoors, but there is plenty to do in the city of Hammond this month.
Join the Hammond Fire Department for an Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Central Fire Station, 6110 Calumet Ave. Lots of different activities are planned for children as all ages learn about fire safety. Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 7 to 13.
As our summer season comes to a close, I look back and think of Hammond’s great summer events and how much fun we had at the 2012 Festival of the Lakes, our inaugural Triple Play Concert Series, the inaugural WHAM midnight bike ride, and all the fun events at the Pavilion at Wolf Lake.
Hammond starts August off with a WHAM, the Whiting/Hammond After Midnight bike ride that will be Saturday. Enjoy a fun, relaxing 25-mile ride through Hammond and Whiting, celebrating many of the two communities’ new bike paths.
Hammond’s ninth annual Festival of the Lakes, a celebration that begins July 18 and runs through July 22, will once again bring fun and entertainment to all who attend with music, food, carnival rides and numerous other activities.
Hammond Recycling Center, 625 Conkey St., is accepting old electronics from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Recyclable items include computers, typewriters, printers, fax machines, TVs and VCRs. Computers and television sets can't have broken screens. Wooden console televisions will not be accept…
Ladies, prepare to shop until you drop at the 10th annual Pampered Woman Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 24 and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 25 at the Jean Shepherd Community Center, 3031 J.F. Mahoney Drive, Hammond.
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