MICHIGAN CITY — Earlier this month, middle school students from Michigan City and across La Porte County tried out several career and technical programs at summer camps offered at the A.K. Smith Career Center. Areas of focus during the camps included culinary, automotive, manufacturing, weld…
MICHIGAN CITY — The second concert of the 151st season of the Michigan City Municipal Band (MCMB) will take place Thursday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Guy F. Foreman Bicentennial Amphitheater in Washington Park.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Roosevelt pipe organ series continues Wednesday, June 12, with Stephen Schnurr at the organ. Seating is at noon, with the concert beginning at 12:15.
MICHIGAN CITY — This month The Rising Phoenix Gallery feature one of Michigan City's most recognized artists, Neil Kienitz, and his newest body of work, "Windswept."
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MICHIGAN CITY — On Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) will host the sixth annual LOK Young Artists’ Expo in partnership with the Lindsey O’Brien Kesling (LOK) Wishing Tree Foundation. LCA is a non-profit art center located at 101 W. 2nd St. in Michigan City.
MICHIGAN CITY — Canterbury Summer Theatre, one of the Midwest’s oldest professional summer companies, has set its 2019 Season Kickoff Show for Sunday, beginning at 4 p.m., at the theatre, located at 807 Franklin Street in Michigan City.
La PORTE — The La Porte City Band and Junior and the Igniters will light up Fox Park on June 6 and 7, kicking off a dynamic Arts in the Park concert season.
MICHIGAN CITY — With names such as Pumpt and Power, participants in classes at Rogue Xtrme Fitness would expect to get a good workout. But owner/instructor Kim Noe wants the community to know that there’s also plenty of fun to be had while making that happen.
Employers would be wise to stop promoting individuals as a reward for performance in a different role. Choose supervisors based on their talent to communicate well and ability to develop others. Natural supervisors want to be open and are approachable. Good supervisors establish priorities a…
MICHIGAN CITY — The Michigan City Municipal Band (MCMB) will begin its 151st season on Thursday, June 6, 7:30 p.m., at the Guy F. Foreman Bicentennial Amphitheater in Washington Park.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Roosevelt Pipe Organ Summer series will return Wednesday, June 5, with organist Derek E. Nickels, director of music at the Church of the Holy Comforter, and will run through Aug. 14.
MICHIGAN CITY – The annual Queen of All Saints’ Festival returns June 6-9, featuring megaband ride packages. The cost for all four days is $65; Thursday all-day bands are $20, and Saturday megabands are $20 between 1-5 p.m. Sunday megabands are valid throughout the day and cost $25. Food off…
MICHIGAN CITY —Think you have what it takes to become the next Hitchcock, Scorsese or Spielberg? Well, the fifth annual Michigan City Video Fest is now accepting submissions.
MERRILLVILLE— For the ninth year, Lakeshore PBS is showcasing some of the best and brightest young minds in the region with their high school quiz show, “Making the Grade.”
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MICHIGAN CITY — While Memorial Day is viewed by most Americans as the traditional start of the summer, a time for barbecuing and relaxing, the reason the last Monday in May is a federal holiday is to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the service of the nation.
BEVERLY SHORES — Beverly Shores became the state’s 14th Bird Town Indiana this past weekend. During a social event at the town overlook, sponsored by the Association of Beverly Shores Residents, the town was officially welcomed into the Bird Town Indiana program.
La PORTE — On Wednesday, at the La Porte High School Bands’ Pops Concert, La Porte Mayor Mark Krentz proclaimed June 2 as Mickey and Teri Stisher Day in the city of La Porte.
MICHIGAN CITY — For the 35th year, a group of La Porte County citizens have spent the past 9 months engaging in leadership skill-building, gaining information about La Porte County, and networking with local leaders.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Metamorphis Traveling Theatre will premiere its new play, a music and dance production based on actual Michiana area history titled "Lake Michigan Swan," on Wednesday at the Michigan City Senior Center at 2 p.m.
INDIANAPOLIS – Ivy Tech Community College, along with three additional community colleges nationwide, have been selected to participate in the national nonprofit Education Design Lab initiative. The multi-year design challenge will test and scale strategies to dramatically improve success ra…
MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City Moves, a new performance collective dedicated to promoting and sharing experimental music, dance and film in the Northwest Indiana region, is presenting a series of performances highlighting nature and architecture from the Indiana Dunes, to the Lubeznik Center …
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MICHIGAN CITY — An evening of showtunes featuring many of the community’s most accomplished singers will be coming to the Footlight Players' Spring Concert, "It's a Grand Night for Singing."
MICHIGAN CITY — The Michigan City High School (MCHS) Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) honored its cadets with an awards ceremony at MCHS on May 16.