The Region is in for an exciting few days this weekend! From meeting the Snow Queen & Snow Princess to an outdoor photography class our weekend guide has it all. Find out what else is going in the 219 below!
Looking to train your pup early? Schererville Parks introduces Power Pups. This Mommy & Me class will encourage your youngster to socialize and make new friends through a fun, active environment.
Snow Day with the Snow Queen & Snow Princess!
The Snow Queen & Snow Princess want you to join them and have fun with snow – without the cold! We will be making our own fake snow, snowflakes, and a snowman. The Queen & Princess will lead us in a sing-along and snow storytime. We will also feature a snow sensory bin! A snow day isn’t complete without hot chocolate at the end to warm up!
Movie Screenings at the Douglas Center
Join a ranger in the Douglas Center's theatre for a screening of a national park or outdoor-related documentary.
A Cold Blooded Brunch
Stop by the Nature Center to watch some of our resident reptiles and amphibians eat their morning meals! This program is free to attend after paying the gate admission into the park.
Frozen 5k Trail Run at Creek Ridge Country Park
Come experience beautiful Creek Ridge County Park by running the Frozen 5k Trail Run on January 12th.
Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Berg’s Wozzeck, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, January 11.
Winter’s Brilliance: Outdoor Cell Phone Photography Class
Many people are using their cell phones as their primary camera. Class participants will learn cell phone camera settings as well as basic composition and lighting techniques that will help boost your creativity. We will also cover what to do with your fantastic photos after you take them: downloading, storing, editing, printing, and sharing.
Comedytown showcases the hottest improv, stand up, sketch, music and more that Chicago comedy has to offer!
Full Moon Stroll
Join us for the first full moon of 2020. Please dress for the weather. Pre-registration required, call 219-844-3188. The program is free, donations appreciated. Program is designed for adults.
Improv Night – Disposable Theatre & Makeshift Up
Join us for a night of improv with two of the area's teams - Makeshift Up & Disposable Theatre (Disposable Improv)! Highly audience interactive, these two teams have been performing over the Chicagoland and NWI region for years!