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1344 East 83rd Avenue, Merrillville, IN, US, 46410

  • Phone: (219) 736-9500
  • Fax: (219) 736-9501
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4.3 out of 5 (156 reviews)
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»First Unitarian Church of Hobart

The eminent First Unitarian Church of Hobart boasts of being the foremost Unitarian Church in Indiana. The church site was constructed in 1875 and is a fine example of the Italianate style of architecture. It welcomes varied people and strives to worship, spread faith and love for Jesus.

Fifth and Main Street
Hobart, IN 46342

»Cedar Lake

Situated in Indiana's Lake County, Cedar Lake is set upon the 794-acres Cedar Lake that was made from melted glaciers. The town completely capitalizes on its panoramic location and has pretty much centered its tourism around this lake as the selling point. The stunning Town Complex boasts a number of eateries, a museum, a heritage hotel and a venue that hosts the much-awaited annual Summerfest.

Cedar Lake
Cedar Lake, IN 46303

»Portage High School

A renowned name in the city, the Portage High School has been responsible for grooming responsible citizens since 1960. The school has carved a reputation for itself owning to its impeccable curriculum which focuses not only on academic development but also takes keen interest in extra curricular activities. Gymnastics, swimming, baseball, basketball, soccer and other sports keep students healthy and agile here; while the school's diligent staff takes active interest in the personality development of each and every ward.

6450 U South 6
Portage, IN 46368

»Valparaiso

The 2nd largest city in Indiana's Porter County, Valparaiso was the site where the native Potawatomi Indians lived until their land was taken over by the Settlers. This city which literally translates into "Valley of Paradise" in Spanish was also referred to as the "City of Churches" owing to the large number of churches all over. Musical theater and street theater are associated with Valparaiso's culture which embraces the visual and performing arts wholeheartedly. A number of well-pruned parks, forests, nature trails, woods and lakes provide recreation to visitors and locals so make sure to visit sometime.

Valparaiso
Valparaiso, IN 46383

»Calumet City Public Library

A plethora of books belonging to diverse genres await your arrival at the Calumet City Public Library. The library has a warm and welcoming interior where you can pick your favorite read and stay put for long hours. The community room at the Calumet City Public Library features classic movies and it is also available on rent for local and private events. The place undertakes a variety of programs for adults as well as for teens, and organizes various events on occasions such as Christmas and Thanksgiving.

660 Manistee Avenue
Calumet City, IL 60409

»Prairie State College

Spread over 137 acres, the Prairie State College is one of the 39 community colleges in Illinois and a part of the North Central Association. Besides it is affiliated with a number of high schools from where students are admitted for further studies. The school features a book store, library, health and fitness center and a Business and Community Education Center, which is available on rental basis for events, meetings, conferences etc.

202 South Halsted Street
Chicago Heights, IL 60411

»Bloom Township High School

A public school in Illinois, it was established in the year 1900. The structure portrays six historic fresco murals, two limestone sculptures, a Trojan Head plaque and other artistic additions. The artistic structure of the school building got it to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1982. The school is home to the Blazing Trojans sports teams and has quite a few notable alumni, especially famous in various sports fields. The school is significantly a distinctive part of Chicago Heights, Illinois.

101 West 10th Street
Chicago Heights, IL 60411

»Homewood

A charming American town, Homewood is located about 28 miles (45 kilometers) from Chicago. Incorporated as a town in 1893, Homewood saw its first settlers as early as 1834. The town flourished at first as a farming town, because of the excellent topsoil, but later found prosperity with the advent of railroads and the town became an important cargo and commuter stop. Today, Homewood is one of the several suburban towns in the region. It is known for its cultural events like the Block Part, Homewood Rail Days, Dog Days of Summer, and Chocolate Fest. See the website for more information.

Homewood
Homewood, IL 60430

»Jacoby Dickens Center

This Sports Center is named after the renowned Chicago business tycoon, Jacoby D. Dickens. Completely equipped with all the sports facilities like the gymnasium,basketball and volleyball courts,training and locker rooms; the center has 2500 seats for the spectators. Much more advanced facilities are added to make the place yet better for the sports people. So do check out for the latest match lined up here.

9501 South King Drive
Chicago, IL 60628

»South Shore Hospital

This hospital offers primary care and outpatient services. Same day and minor surgery, emergency medicine, respiratory care, dental, pediatric, nuclear medicine and HIV/AIDS services are also offered.

8012 South Crandon Avenue
Chicago, IL 60617

»Trinity United Church of Christ

Trinity United Church of Christ is the largest United Church of Christ congregation in the United States. The church has a long and interesting history and is clearly influenced and follows worship service and ministries for the African-American community from the nature of the sermons to the cultural expression and method of worship, and is firmly rooted in a particular religious experience and its African roots. Sermons are lively, uplifting affairs featuring heavily on the gospel and worship through music and song. The church has a number of outreach programs and ministries, social welfare being a major aspect of community and church life of the congregation.

400 West 95th Street
Chicago, IL 60628

»First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

This really is a truly massive venue. Boasting itself as the largest amphitheater in the Chicago area, this 400,000-seat arena can accommodate any and all sporting, music, or organizational events. Throughout the venue, there are different types of seating from floor, front row, stadium, and the ever-popular lawn area. Check out the events that are happening so you can experience this enormous venue for yourself.

19100 South Ridgeland Avenue
Tinley Park, IL 60477
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