Ken Schoon, author of a new book on the Swedish community in Northwest Indiana will present a program on April 14 at 4:00 at the Hour Glass Museum.
National Park Ranger and neighbor, Laura Brennan, will lead the second annual spring wild flower hike through West Beach. Bring the entire family. We will meet at the West Tennis Courts, near Long Lake Marsh at 1:00.
Dan Manas will show and discuss his documentary of the community's response to the storm by coming together to clean the beach.
Following the Memorial Service and Lion's Club Community Picnic at Kratz Field, the Historical Society of Ogden Dunes will be hosting an Ice Cream Social and Open House.
The "Hour Glass Museum" is open to the public without charge on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. On some months during the year, the Historical Society will also sponsor a program at 4:00. See Calendar.
Trent Pendley, a well known author of local color fiction, will share his experiences writing about Porter County. The program will begin at 4:00 p.m. and be followed by a reception. All are invited.
Open House: Experience the History of Ogden Dunes
Octave Chanute and Northwest Indiana
Holiday Tea: Downton Abbey Revisited
Kim Swift, Chief of Education and a park ranger, at the Indiana Dunes National Park will present a virtual presentation describing the tremendous accomplishments of the women who made it possible for the larger public to enjoy the newest National Park. These women include Alice Mabel Gray, aka Diana of the Dunes, Dorothy Buell, Bess Sheehan, Charlotte Read, Lee Botts and many others. This is a Zoom presentation. The meeting ID is 846 1053 3833. For more information and password, contact email@example.com, Ken Thompson70@gmail.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. This program is offered with Indiana Dunes National [...]