Friday October 20 9:05 pm

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan

Family

Youth Pumpkin or Halloween-related Events

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Hammond Public Library presents several Youth Pumpkin or Halloween-related Events in the last week of October.

The City of Whiting Celebrates Halloween 2017: festivities kick off Saturday, October 28th

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Fall is upon us and the City of Whiting is gearing up for costumes, sweets, and Trick-or-Treats. Join us for our annual Halloween Costume Parade, and of course, Trick-or-Treating on Halloween Night.

ISP Museum Hosts Annual Trunk or Treat Scheduled for Saturday, 10/21 from 3pm to 5pm

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The Indiana State Police Museum is calling all witches, goblins, superheroes, and zombies to come trick-or-treat with the Indiana State Police!

FRIGHTFULLY FIT FEAST PROMISES TO SCARE UP A HEALTHY HALLOWEEN APPETITE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 AT CHICAGO CHILDREN’S THEATRE

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Here’s a tasty new treat for Chicago families this Halloween season – the first-ever Frightfully Fit Feast, Saturday, October 28, starting at 4:15 p.m. at Chicago Children’s Theatre, The Station, 100 S. Racine Ave. in Chicago’s West Loop.

Marching Warriors step up to help others

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Bishop Noll’s Marching Warriors have started the school year off right. A week after hurricane Harvey hit Texas, they spearheaded efforts and joined with other BNI organizations including National Honor Society and Student Council to collect a truckload of clothing and water, which have been delivered to the hurricane victims.

"Arts in the Dark" Halloween Parade - Sat., Oct. 21

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LUMA8, in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and the Chicago Park District, is pleased to announce Arts in the Dark, a festive and enchanting nighttime Halloween Parade along Columbus Drive, on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 6-8 p.m., that will showcase the creativity of Chicago’s diverse cultural community and inspire the next generation of artists.

Emerald City Theatre Partners with Mary Pope Osborne, Literacy Organizations

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Emerald City Theatre (ECT) announced Monday at Newton Bateman Elementary the revival of a tremendous partnership. In a remarkable effort to provide access to literacy and the arts as well as advance skill-building, ECT has once again partnered with Mary Pope Osborne – author of the award-winning Magic Tree House book series. Through Ms. Osborne’s Classroom Adventures Program, and with support from KPMG’s Family for Literacy, the partnership will provide an opportunity for all Chicago Public Schools (CPS) 2nd and 3rd grade students (totaling over 60,000) to receive a free viewing of a theater performance of Magic Tree House: Showtime with Shakespeare and a free companion Magic Tree House book.

Library Card Sign-Up Month winners

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Congratulations to the winners of our National Library Card Sign-Up Month.