This weekend is all about entertainment in Northwest Indiana! Checkout Valparaiso University's International Film Festival or family movie night at Pine Elementary Friday night. The Midwest Rail Rangers return and Final Say both return to Michigan City. Find out what other awesome activities are going on near you!
February 23rd - Healthy Family Day
Valparaiso Family YMCA - Valparaiso, IN
Healthy Family Day features a variety of medical and wellness screenings and related activities and demonstrations geared toward healthy living for all ages. Learn how to stay fit, healthy and active at every stage of life, with expert advice from the YMCA and St. Mary Medical Center physicians and staff!
February 23rd - Polar Plunge at VU
Valparaiso University - Valparaiso, Indiana
Valparaiso University and the Special Olympics of Indiana come together for the 2019 Polar Plunge, an event to raise awareness and funds to sponsor the Special Olympics throughout the state. This is the eighth year the University will host the event.
February 22nd - International Film Festival at Valparaiso University
Valparaiso University - Valparaiso, Indiana
Valparaiso University presents its International Film Festival, featuring films from around the world and discussions led by Valpo faculty members.
February 23rd - FISH ON-Portages Fishing & Outdoor Show
Woodland Park - Portage, Indiana
The Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 3rd Annual "Fish-On Portage" a fishing and outdoor show. With so much access to water it is important to showcase what Northwest Indiana and the Midwest have to offer tourists and residents alike.
February 23rd - Midwest Rail Rangers South Shore Line Program
Millennium Station - Chicago, IL
Please "like" and monitor our Facebook and Twitter feeds later in the week if you are planning to attend this event. Some forecasts call for a major winter storm to impact Chicago/Northwest Indiana this weekend. If that is the case, we will likely cancel our on-board educational program on Saturday, January 19 in the interest of not putting our guides or fans at risk of driving to Downtown Chicago. We hope to make a decision by Thursday night at the latest. Many other program dates are upcoming including January 26. Our new passport stamps would then debut on February 23. Head to www.RailRangers.org for a complete listing. Thanks for understanding!
February 23rd - Final Say at Blue Chip Casino
Blue Chip Casino - Michigan City, IN
Bring your friends and celebrate the weekend with us at the Blue Chip Casino in Michigan City!
February 22nd - Family Movie Night
Pine Elementary School - Michigan City, IN
Save the date for another fun filled Family Movie Night!
February 22nd - Yoga at the La Porte Civic Auditorium
La Porte Civic Auditorium - La Porte, IN
The practice of yoga is about creating balance in the body by developing both strength and flexibility. This is accomplished by performing a series of postures which are designed for specific benefits to each part of your body. Join certified instructor Becca Masters as she helps you increase your flexibility and fitness level. Stress-management and relaxation is an added bonus! Cost for each class is only $5! YOU are worth it!
February 22nd - Artist's Narrative Exhibit
Indiana Welcome Center - Hammond, IN
The Area Artists Association (AAA) of the Lubeznik Center for the Arts will display a collection of narrative works at the Indiana Welcome Center. The exhibition, "Artist's Narrative" will be displayed from February 16 to April 21 and will have FREE entry.
The Area Artists will feature an eclectic collection of narrative works that bespeak their diverse membership. Most works are visual and some tactile. Other works will connote human emotion directly and some subtly. Visitors to the exhibit can expect to see experimentation and find awe in a least one narrative.
February 24th - Miller Woods Hike
Paul H. Douglas Center for Environmental Education - Miller, IN
Join a ranger for a hike through Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore's exceptional Miller Woods, starting from the Paul H. Douglas Center. The hike is spectacular in its varied habitats including globally rare black oak savanna, interdunal ponds, wetlands, and towering sand dunes which offer incredible views of Lake Michigan and Chicago. Hike lengths can vary from a half-mile to just over three miles. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes and bring water, and insect repellent during the warmer seasons.