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Area Context

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Art

Documentary Film: “Althea”

Culture

Celebrating National Poetry Month with live readings and films

Dunes

Todd McMeen’s Activity Post

Economy

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Economy & Jobs

Birding with Ken Brock

Education

Our Miller Spotlight Education/Child and Youth Programming Action Group met for the the 5th time tonight to discuss how to better promote the different options available to parents/ guardians in our area. Thanks Marq Park UMC for hosting! Stay tuned for upcoming info on their fab, fun Early Action Grant. They will be looking for volunteers for on Friday 10/30/15 from 3-8pm. If you want to participate contact millerspotlight@gmail.com

Education & Youth

Bead Town is BACK!!!

Entertainment

3rd Annual Sandcastle Competition as covered by Lakeshore Public Media and aired on local PBS station WYIN Channel 56 Friday 9/2/16 at 7pm and Sunday 9/4 at 8:30am.

Environment

Dunes Learning Center helping adults with disabilities in Hobart

Environment & Eco Tourism

Live Music at Sunset

Environmental Education

National Lakeshore Blow Out event with Save the Dunes

Environmental Recreation

Good luck to the CHS Speech & Debate Team tonight! They will discuss their vision for the next 50 years for the national park. It\'s at 7pm at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Visitor Center.

Exercise

Indiana Dunes State Park: 9th Annual Christmas Eve Morning Stroll!

Exhibit

“Straight Shooters” Photography Exhibit – Bob Palmieri and Larry Lapidus

Food

Reception for “Reframing Histories” Exhibit

Gardening

Stargazing with the Chicago Astronomical Society

Healthcare

Medicaid expansion helping to cover thousands in NWI

History

Look what made #12! Join the Miller Spotlight Environment and Eco Tourism and/or our Area Context Action Group and help us move up the ranks a bit!

Housing

“Reframing Histories” Exhibit

Miller Spotlight

The Miller Beach Arts & Creative Disctict\'s Planning Committee meets about their ongoing efforts with the Gary Lakefront District Plan (Strong Cities/Strong Communities, Transit Oriented Development), retention of the South Shore Station, derelict property demolition, placemaking and pocket park, Farmers Market, TIGER grant, and synergies with the Miller Spotlight Infrastructure and Transportation activities at the Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts.

Nature

Todd McMeen’s Activity Post

Photography

“Straight Shooters” Photography Exhibit and ARTIST TALK- Bob Palmieri and Larry Lapidus

Politics

Blight Buster Day

Property

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Safety & Code

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Shopping

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Sports

Documentary Film: “Althea”

Transportation & Infrastructure

The Miller Beach Arts & Creative Disctict\'s Planning Committee meets about their ongoing efforts with the Gary Lakefront District Plan (Strong Cities/Strong Communities, Transit Oriented Development), retention of the South Shore Station, derelict property demolition, placemaking and pocket park, Farmers Market, TIGER grant, and synergies with the Miller Spotlight Infrastructure and Transportation activities at the Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts.

Volunteering

Workshops

South Shore SOUP microfunding dinner

Youth

MBACD will be exhibiting sculptures created by Wirt-Emerson students in a week long workshop facilitated by Calumet Artist Residency, where students will create sand molds using local sand that will then be positively cast by pouring molten iron into the molds. Iron will be salvaged from scrap yards to introduce an element of recycling. This process resembles the process used in local steel mills and the workshop combines disciplines and incorporates lessons in math, science, and art.
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