Visit: http://www.wineandcanvas.com/south-bend-in.html to reserve your seat! Seats are limited, so hurry! Call 219-554-0155 with any questions.
Hammond Parks & Recreation extends pool dates to the public at Hessville pool, located at Kennedy Avenue and 173rd Street, and Pulaski pool, located at 137th Street and Sheffield Avenue, through Saturday, September 3rd. On Tuesday, August 16th Hessville and Pulaski pools will be open from noon until 7 p.m. Starting on Wednesday, August 17, the hours for Hessville and …
Join us for Wine and Canvas at the Jean Shepherd Community Center!
Friday, June 10, 2016
6:00pm – 9:00pm
$35 per seat. Food and drink available for purchase.
21 years and older.
Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. and Hammond Parks & Recreation invite all area residents to join us for summer fun at Hammond’s four outdoor pools. Pool passes are on sale now, and the pools will open, weather permitting, June 11 through September 3. Pool hours will be: Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 am until 7:00 pm and Sunday from 1:00 pm until 7:00 pm. All of the pools are closed on Mondays for maintenance. Pick up your Season Passes for the whole family at the Hammond Civic Center, 5825 S. Sohl Ave. or at the Jean Shepherd Community Center, 3031 J.F. Mahoney Drive, 219-554-0155.
Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. invites all area residents to purchase your tickets for Six Flags Great America from Hammond Parks & Recreation at a steep discount!
The Six Flags Great America tickets are typically priced at $71 each if purchased at their main gate. Hammond Parks & Recreation is offering them for only $48 each. That is a savings of $23.00 per ticket!
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott is proud to announce a deal struck between Midwest Collegiate team, the Michigan City Lakers, and the City of Hammond Park Department, which allows the MC Lakers to lease Hammond’s south baseball field, located in Riverside Park, for use by this franchise for the 2016 MCL Summer Baseball Season. For years, this franchise has played all their home games on the baseball field at Purdue North Central, located in Westville, Indiana. This baseball field has recently become unavailable to the Lakers franchise, leaving them without a field to play their 2016 home games. That is when representatives from the Midwest Collegiate League approached Hammond city officials about allowing the Lakers to play their home games in Riverside park, in Hammond.
Last week on Facebook, I saw friends from my native Northwest Indiana posting stuff about “219 Day.” Of course I recognized 219 as the main area code for Lake County, Indiana, but I had no idea what this “Day” was all about.