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This checklist consists of occasions which might be open to the general public. All listings have to be submitted in writing by midday Monday for inclusion in Thursday’s What’s Happening. Listings could also be emailed to ahaverstick@heraldargus.com.

First United Methodist Church, 1225 Michigan Ave., La Porte

Polish Falcons, 216 E. Lincoln Way, La Porte

Lake perch, catfish, walleye, shrimp and hen.

Soup is Chicken Tortilla.

To go orders accessible: (219) 326-9757.

Third Friday of the month

Terre Coupee Masonic Lodge, on the nook of Timothy and Dunn streets, New Carlisle.

All-you-can-eat fish, potatoes, coleslaw and dessert and drink.

Cost for adults is $10 and $5 for youngsters youthful than age 12

The PRCU Kitchen is open to the general public each Saturday from 2 to five p.m. Must be 18.

Fish Lake Property Owners Association

Every first Sunday from March to October excluding holidays

Lincoln Township Community Building, 3098S CR-800E, Walkerton (Fish Lake)

The menu consists of all-you-can-eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, sausage, biscuits and gravy.

Questions? Call Cary at (219) 575-7009.

Every second Sunday of every month

All you’ll be able to eat buffet. Menu consists of scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage and bacon, biscuits and gravy and hash browns.

Cost is adults – $Eight, ages 6 to 12 – $Four and ages 5 and beneath are free.

American Legion, Post 400, 302 Lakeside St., Walkerton (Fish Lake)

Every second Sunday of the month, November via April, beginning Nov. 12.

Menu consists of: Biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage hyperlinks and patties, bacon and pancakes.

Cost is $7 per individual. Children 6 and beneath are free.

BLOODY MARY PANCAKE BREAKFAST

American Legion Post 83, 228 E. Lincoln Way, La Porte

Third Sunday of each month

Featuring Blueberry and common pancakes, bacon, sausage, hash browns, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, orange juice, milk and low. $Eight for adults and carryouts, $7 for Seniors, $5 for EMS, police and hearth. Children 5-12 are $5 and as all the time youngsters beneath 5 eat free.

Bloody Marys and Mimosas for $2.50 every.

Any questions, please name Kathy at 362-3542 or (219) 380-9383.

La Porte Moose Lodge, 925 Boyd Blvd., La Porte

Serving time is from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Menu consists of: AYCE Pollock dinner, selection of baked potato, fries, cole slaw or apple sauce. Other objects accessible embrace: Lake Perch, hen, shrimp and objects for youngsters.

Open to the general public. The Moose Lodge is a smoke free atmosphere. Bring the youngsters and household.

American Legion Post 83, 228 E. Lincoln Way, La Porte

Featuring all you’ll be able to eat, Blueberry and common pancakes, sausage, bacon, hash browns, contemporary scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, orange juice, milk and low.

Cost is $Eight for Adults and perform, $7 for Seniors, youngsters 5-12 is barely $5, and as all the time youngsters beneath 5 eat free. EMS, police and hearth solely $5. Bloody Marys and Mimosas for less than $2.50.

Open to the general public. Any questions, name Kathy at (219) 380-9383.

Fish Lake Conservation Club, 7873 E. Ind. Four, Fish Lake

There shall be a light-weight lunch.

For extra info, name (219) 575-9262

Second and fourth Sundays every month

FRIENDS AND FAMILIES OF ADDICTS MEET

State Street Community Church, 209 State St., La Porte

Friends & Family of Addicts is a help group that offers you the prospect to fulfill others combating family members’ addictions.

For extra info, name (219) 575-7182.

First United Methodist Church, 1225 Michigan Ave., La Porte

Mental well being dialogue group.

For extra info, contact Kelly at (219) 380-7354.

Second Tuesday every month

PARC Community Center, 1713 Franklin St., Michigan City

PFLAG (Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Michigan City and La Porte County Chapter conferences, for these 18 years of age and over, are held the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. and can all the time embrace advocacy, training and help.

Second Wednesday every month

St. Peter Rectory, 1104 Monroe St., La Porte

Nourish for Caregivers is a Catholic help group for anybody juggling the challenges of life, well being, profession and caring for an growing old or ailing partner, father or mother, youngster or grandchild at house, on the town or at a distance. It goals to help caregivers to find peace, consolation and pleasure of their caregiving journey.

Each assembly features a well timed subject, participant handouts, dialogue and prayer. There isn’t any value to this system.

Community Room of the Westville Methodist Church, 154 W. Main St.

Call Howard Hacker at (219) 785-2687 or Betty Morris at (219) 785-6142.

WEIGHT LOSS SUPPORT GROUP FOR WOMEN

If you might be motivated to drop a few pounds and are on the lookout for an informal, fun-filled group of girls who share the identical targets, take a look at Women In Transition (WIT). This group meets as soon as per week to supply help and encouragement to its members. There are not any gimmicks, no particular meals to purchase, no necessary diets to comply with and no pricey dues to pay. Meetings are held each Wednesday on the Agape Christian Church on the decrease degree at 1601 I St., La Porte. Private weigh-ins start at Eight:30 a.m. A common dialogue on weight and well being associated matters begins at 9 a.m., and the assembly adjourns at 9:30 a.m. A $2 month-to-month charge pays for contest prizes and different group actions. If involved in becoming a member of, come to a gathering and be ready to drop a few pounds!

Location: VFW Post 1130, 181 W. McClung Road, La Porte.

THE PARTNERS TABLE FOR SUPPORT & DISCUSSION GROUP

La Porte County Public Library, 904 Indiana Ave., Meeting Room A, La Porte

Are you the partner, associate, or caregiver of a army veteran with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), or some other damage? If so, please be a part of our new and free help group, The Partners Table for Support & Discussion Group. In addition to contributors sharing info, experiences and data, there shall be a theme subject every week that shall be of explicit curiosity to our viewers. Literature pertaining to the subject of the week shall be distributed to assembly contributors. Come join with different spouses, companions and caregivers of army veterans. Please notice this isn’t a counseling service and we don’t present counseling or remedy companies.

Meetings are additionally held the second and fourth Fridays on the St. Joseph County Public Library, 304 South Main St., Lower Level Molloy Room, South Bend, from 11 a.m. to midday Eastern Standard Time. (There will no assembly on Thanksgiving Day.)

Zook Farrington American Legion Post 434, 500 Grayton Road, Kingsford Heights

Registration is at 10 a.m.

Event options: Bike rodeo, dwell music, hog roast, porker run, raffles and enjoyable video games for the youngsters.

Open to the general public. Any questions, name (219) 393-3035.

EULER/VANARKEL GOLF OUTING FOR CANCER RESEARCH

Legacy Hills Golf Club, 286 W. Johnson Road, La Porte

Cost is $65 per golfer advert $260 per foursome. Includes dinner and prizes.

Entry varieties can be found at Polish Falcons Nest 564.

Entry deadline is Aug. three.

For extra info, contact Scott Resetar at (219) 229-3205.

HannaFest returns on Aug. 10 and 11 in Hanna

Featuring free household enjoyable, video games, and leisure.

Town-wide storage gross sales, Kalita Magic, Parade, automobile present, three bands, arts and crafts, Hanna Lions BBQ Chicken, Summer Heat Dance with two bands, beer backyard and meals (cowl cost) and extra enjoyable on Aug. 11 at Last Resort Campgrounds close to Hanna.

VFW Post 1130, 181 W. McClung Road, La Porte

Food accessible to buy. No meals or drinks are to be introduced in.

No one beneath the age of 18 allowed.

American Legion Post #21, 107 N. Flynn Road (U.S. 421), Westville

Doors open at 5 p.m. and the video games start at 6 p.m.

The $20 entry consists of playing cards for all of the common video games; particular video games bought individually. There is an 80 p.c payout on all common video games. Progressive Jackpot for coverall recreation. Cookies and different particular video games to win!

Food, snacks, and drinks can be found, no exterior meals or drinks please. This is a smoke free corridor. Players have to be 18 years or older to play.

Contact (219) 785-2923 with questions. Come have some enjoyable and video games with buddies at Bingo! (American Legion #145132)

6235 Sterling Creek Road, Portage, Indiana

Hosted by Rittenhouse, guests can see basic vehicles and hearken to music supplied by Joe Zirconia from Four-7 p.m.

Proceeds will profit the Portage Chamber of Commerce. Trophies for People’s Choice, Resident Choice and Chamber Choice shall be awarded.

American Legion Post 83, 228 E. Lincoln Way, La Porte

You would not have to be married. Can be a pair or simply finest buddies.

$5 per couple. Drink specials and finger meals accessible.

Any questions, name Kathy at (219) 380-9383.

Mill Pond Park, Union Mills

Featuring a parade, music, meals, golf shoot out, crafts fireworks and a dance Saturday night time and breakfast and a automobile present on Sunday

MILL POND FESTIVAL CAR SHOW & MOTORCYCLE SHOW

Mill Pond Park, CR-400W, Union Mills

9:30 a.m. to three p.m. Rain or shine.

Registration is from 9:30 a.m. to midday.

All vehicles welcome. Rain or shine. Special awards: Best of Show, MAAC Chairman’s Choice, MAAC President’s Choice, Mill Pond Festival Choice, People’s Choice and Top 2 Motorcycles. 75 sprint plaques. Top 35 car trophies.

Entry charge is $15. No pre-registration.

Presented by the Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

For extra info, name (219) 393-3494 or (219) 326-8365 or Google: Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

American Legion Post 83, 228 E. Lincoln Way, La Porte

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., recreation begins at 7 p.m.

$10 per individual, 10 individuals per staff. 15 groups max.

Bucket specials, shot specials and drink specials. 50-50 drawing.

That similar day the American Legion Riders shall be having a port a pit hen dinner at Four:30 p.m. Presale tickets solely could be purchased on the bar.

Please e-mail kaym16@hotmail.com to register your staff or name Kathy at 362-3542 and she is going to signal you up.

DOOR VILLAGE HARVEST FESTIVAL ANTIQUE CAR AND TRUCK SHOW

Scipio Township Park, 3501 W. Joliet Road, La Porte

Cars or vans must be registered and in place by 9 a.m.

Restored and unrestored automobiles (excluding Modified and Street Rods). No entry charge. Register on the Michiana Antique Auto Club cover.

Rain or shine. Dash plaques and awards to be given: First and second place for vehicles and vans, Public’s Choice, Festival Chairman’s Choice and Scipio Township Trustee’s Choice.

For extra info, name Bob at (219) 682-4596.

Downtown La Porte on Michigan Avenue

Registration is from 9:30 a.m. to midday. Enter and register at Michigan Avenue and Osborn Street.

All vehicles welcome. Rain or shine. Special awards: Mayor’s Choice, Fire Chief’s Choice, Sheriff’s Choice, Police Chief’s Choice, People’s Choice, MAAC President’s Choice and MAAC Chairman’s Choice. 70 sprint plaques. Top 25 automobiles.

Entry charge is $15. No pre-registration.

Presented by the Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

For extra info, name (219) 682-4596 or (219) 326-8365 or Google: Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

Michigan City Senior Center, 2 on the Lake, Michigan City

Doors open at 6 p.m. Trivia begins at 7 p.m.

Hosted by Michigan City’s esteemed Trivia Master, Mark Irwin Kline.

Cost is $10 per participant. Teams of Eight-10 instructed. Food and drinks accessible for buy.

Proceeds will profit Michigan City Area Schools “Future Wolves” elementary athletic applications.

SIXTH ANNUAL UMW ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

The La Porte First United Methodist Church is internet hosting its annual Arts & Crafts Show on the La Porte County Fairgrounds, 2581 W. Ind. 2.

This occasion options over 100 artists and crafters whose top-of-the-line objects mirror excellent craftsmanship and originality. You will discover one thing for each room in your house, to your patio or yard, for youngsters and new child infants, to your pets, to your personal private accessorizing and to your vacation ornament wants. While procuring, do not forget to search for these distinctive presents for household and buddies. It shall be troublesome to depart empty handed! Lunch and scrumptious desserts shall be accessible for buy. Admission and parking are free.

For extra info, name 362-2443.

Barker Hall, 600 Franklin St., Michigan City

Local artists will show their abilities for the group on the Art Explosion at Barker Hall, situated within the coronary heart of Michigan City’s thriving Uptown Arts District.

The occasion is sponsored by Barker Hall, Michigan City Art League (MCAL) and Land of Lakes Art Alliance (LOLAA).

Categories embrace sculpture, drawing, pottery, stained glass, fiber artwork, images and jewellery.

There is a common charge of $25 per sales space. The charge is refundable if the artist is just not chosen. Students via highschool age can exhibit at no cost with others within the Student Booth, however area is proscribed.

More info could also be discovered on Facebook at www.fb/artexplosionmc.

WANATAH SCARECROW FESTIVAL CAR SHOW

Wanatah Lions Club Park, 309 School Drive (situated subsequent to the varsity)

Registration is from 9 a.m. to midday.

All vehicles welcome. Rain or shine. Special awards: MAAC President’s Choice, MAAC Chairman’s Choice, Best of Show, Dewey’s Auto Supply Inc. Choice, Wanatah Festival Chairman’s Choice. 200 sprint plaques. Top 65 automobiles for trophies.

Entry charge is $15. No pre-registration.

Presented by the Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

A pancake breakfast shall be held from Eight a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 204 N. Ohio St., Wanatah.

For extra info, name Kathy or Jerry Orcutt at 326-8365 or (219) 393-3494 or Google: Michiana Antique Auto Club Inc.

Kesling Middle School Auditorium, 306 E. 18th St., La Porte

Harps & Chords is an rising new duo from New York City that includes harpist Jacqueline Kerrod and vocalist Daisy Press. Performing up to date and in style music from numerous many years, they’ve created a robust following for his or her intimate but energetic performances. Both Daisy and Jacki have ranging backgrounds and efficiency expertise having performed at venues each within the U.S. and overseas. Their repertoire consists of basic Beatles songs, Elvis songs, Bob Dylan classics, George Gershwin and plenty of different well-loved requirements from the previous and current.

This live performance is included within the La Porte Community Concert Season Ticket. The public might buy tickets on the door at the price of $20 for adults and $Eight for college students via highschool. For extra info name 362-5292.

SUMMER BARGAINS AT THRIFT SHOP

St. John’s Thrift Shop has garments for the entire household: Shorts, tank tops, swimwear, T-shirts, sandals and extra.

You may discover golf golf equipment, instruments, sports activities objects and toys.

The store presents a big number of merchandise, corresponding to jewellery, dishes, cookware, mattress linens and books. You can examine new donations and weekly gross sales whenever you like us on Facebook.

The Thrift Shop is situated at 303 A St., La Porte and is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. till Four p.m.

ROLAND LEE HOCKETT ART EXHIBIT

La Porte County Historical Society Museum, 2405 Indiana Ave., La Porte

Through Oct. 5, Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to Four:30 p.m.

The La Porte County Historical Society Museum is internet hosting an exhibition of the works of former La Portean Roland Hockett. A 1956 graduate of and former artwork instructor at La Porte High School, Roland Hockett has works put in internationally. The exhibit consists of about 30 works in multi-media, copper work, work, and sketches. Regular Museum admission charges, adults $5, 60 and older $Four, beneath 18 free.

THE GOLDEN AGE: INDIANA LITERATURE (1880-1920)

La Porte County Historical Society Museum, 2405 Indiana Ave., La Porte

Sept. Four to Sept. 30, Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to Four:30 p.m.

Drawn from collections on the Indiana Historical Society, Indiana State Library and Indiana University’s Lilly Library, the exhibition on the La Porte County Historical Society Museum explores what got here to be referred to as the “Golden Age of Indiana Literature.” From 1880 to 1920, Hoosier authors achieved each nationwide prominence and in style acclaim. A 1947 examine discovered that Indiana authors ranked second to New York within the variety of bestsellers produced within the earlier 40 years. The exhibit concentrates on the lives and careers of 4 people – George Ade, Meredith Nicholson, Booth Tarkington and James Whitcomb Riley.

For extra info, name 324-6767.

La Porte County Historical Society Museum, 2405 Indiana Ave., La Porte

Oct. 1 to Oct. 31, Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to Four:30 p.m.

The La Porte County Historical Society will current Endangered Heritage, a collections care advocacy exhibit from the Indiana Historical Society, offering details about the necessity for good collections administration. It will give examples of the hazards to things in collections and details about the collections care wants of Indiana’s organizations. The exhibit focuses on the wants of heritage gathering organizations for humidity and temperature controls, ample storage, and funds to care for his or her collections. Featured are options to the issues dealing with Indiana’s heritage collections, with solutions on methods to assist. Visitors to the exhibit will find out how they will help in preserving Indiana’s historical past.

For extra info, name 324-6767.



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