On Thursday evening, the Valparaiso Parks Department invited the city of Valparaiso to their 3rd Annual Luminary Walk, held at the Award-winning Vale Park West Pathway. Crowds flocked to grab hot cocoa and warm cookies provided by Valpo Athletics and Valpo Parks as they prepared for the magical three-quarter mile walk, a tradition that the citizens of Valparaiso hold dear to their heart.
Valparaiso’s beloved Central Park Plaza played host this evening to hundreds of happy families--and one very large tree-- for the annual Winter Fest and Tree Lighting event.
‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas’ at the Valparaiso Central Park Plaza! From pictures with Santa, figure skating performances to carolers, this holiday weekend couldn't get any better! Oh, and did we mention the upcoming EPIC tree lighting?
The Valpo Parks Department’s Annual 1st Source Bank Winter Fest and Tree Lighting on Saturday, November 24th. Residents are invited to join the staff and friends at the William E. Urschel Pavilion for a magical family event to ring in the holiday season.
Valparaiso is a town full of excitement all year long, even in the winter! On Saturday night, ice skating under the Urschel Pavilion kicked off its 4th opened season with the Valpo Parks Foundation First Skate Fundraiser.
If you take the short drive to the outskirts of downtown Valparaiso, you will stumble upon Valpo Parks Creekside Golf Course and Training Center, a true hidden gem in the world of golf.
Creekside offers two courses: three-hole Meadows Course and nine-hole Glen Course. These courses provide the perfect environment to learn how to play, polish your skills, and challenge your game.
The course has a 48-station heated and lighted driving range, with other amenities such as covered and heated tee boxes, putting green, and chipping and practice putting areas. Creekside also provides an indoor teaching area alongside a lovely clubhouse with pro-shot and concession services. Undoubtedly, this type of quality service offers a golf experience like no other as it provides a haven for golfers of all ages and skill levels to...
“Keep calm and support your local business!” This motto rings true at Valparaiso’s Tudor Carpet One Floor & Home, as they just recently implemented a channel to support another local business they feel strongly about. For every hardwood floor purchased, $25 of that sale will be donated to the Valparaiso Department of Parks and Recreation to plant a tree.
An intense summer rain did nothing to dampen the spirits of the large group gathered at 7th and Franklin in Michigan City on Thursday evening. Michigan City welcomed back Roger Brooks to kick off the public outreach campaign. Brooks will design the downtown civic plaza being built next year. The plans could include a 10,000 square foot ice rink, a full concert stage, and outdoor areas for games like shuffleboard, chess, and checkers. City representatives hope to host a large series of events throughout the year, from art fairs and concerts to local markets and fitness classes where the community can gather and...
S.T.E.A.M. is the focus of much attention these days. A focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math is important for filling skills gaps and giving the future workforce the ability to solve creative problems in their fields. Plus, the hands on nature of S.T.E.A.M. makes for a fun learning environment that kids can get excited for!
The City of Valparaiso and Valpo Parks invites community members to a ribbon cutting for the expansion of the Valpo Velocity Bike Share program on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at the new bike station located on Cumberland Crossing Drive near the Valparaiso YMCA.
Pulaski County and Northern Indiana Power from the Past Inc. Lights Up the Past at the 41st Annual Power Weekend
The amount of history embedded in and around Northwest Indiana is easy to forget thanks to our proximity to Chicago– but some organizations, like Northern Indiana Power from the Past Inc., are dedicated to preserving and highlighting the people and machines that helped make Indiana what it is today. This weekend, Power from the Past hosted their annual Power Weekend at Winamac Town Park, a small peninsula nestled in by Pulaski County’s Tippecanoe River.
The most coveted trophy in sports, the iconic Stanley Cup, is coming to Valparaiso’s William E. Urschel Pavilion, Thursday, July 26; 4:00-6:00 p.m. Washington Capitals head coach Todd Reirden, who called Valparaiso home for more than a decade, and wife Shelby, a Valparaiso High School graduate, will be bringing the cup back to the area to celebrate the Capitals’ first NHL Championship.