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Masks are required on public transportation, as well as in LaPorte County and on national park and state government properties, both inside buildings and in outdoor spaces where you cannot socially distance. Most businesses still require masks. If you have quesitons, please contact the business before you go. 

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Easter Brunch in Northwest Indiana

Eureka! You have come across a list featuring 2021 Easter Sunday Brunches throughout Northwest Indiana. We've put together a list of region restaurants offering dine-inEaster brunch or meals you can carryout and take home to celebrate. With limited capacities, make sure to make your reservations before they sell out or get your to-go orders in by their cut off dates! Are we missing anyplace? Let us know by emailing jrush@southshorecva.com…

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Almost Heaven - John Denver’s America at Theatre at the Center

Already a John Denver fan, I was eager to see this production of Almost Heaven – John Denver’s America at Theatre at the Center in Munster (now through March 12, 2020). I wasn’t sure how this would be organized; I only knew there would be a lot of familiar folk music. That was enough to drag my fiancé to Theatre at the Center with me for a matinee showing. Folk lover or not, you will be a fan of John Denver by the end of the show and be singing “Country Roads” or “Rocky Mountain High” for multiple days after…

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The Pajama Game at Theatre at the Center

Work life gets a little tense when the workers at Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory demand a raise of 7 ½ cents in this musical set in 1954! Especially when things between the new superintendent and the head of the union grievance committee get steamy. The award winning musical had everything from love interests, real life work situations, comedy, and lots of “symbolism” as the comedic character and narrator, Hines, says throughout. From the enthusiastic dance moves during the “Once-A-Year Day” number, to the deep and sultry sounds of Curtis Bannisters voice in “Hey There,” this musical truly had me on the edge of my seat…

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