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Gallery: Popular events canceled or postponed this year
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Gallery: Popular events canceled or postponed this year

Memorial Day weekend typically serves as the gateway to the opening of summer events in the Region. COVID-19 is ensuring this summer won’t look at all like what we’re used to in Northwest Indiana. Here are some notable mainstay events that are canceled or put on hold heading into the Region days of summer.

This list will be updated as news of more cancellations or postponements come along.

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