The City of Crown Point is pleased to announce the return of its City-Wide Picnic.
The free picnic for Crown Point residents will be held from 2-5 p.m. this Sunday, July 3, at the Franciscan Health Pavilion at Bulldog Park, located at 183 S. West St.
“We are excited to welcome the community back for another year of food and fun at Bulldog Park,” Mayor Pete Land said.
The annual picnic began under former Mayor David Uran’s tenure. In previous years, the city has served roughly 1,500 people during the event.
This year, city staff will grill up hamburgers, hot dogs and Polish sausages, as well as serve pulled pork, pasta salad, chips, dessert, soda and water.
The splash pad will be open during this family friendly event.
The city wants to thank presenting sponsor NIPSCO and sponsors Carriage Court; Culver’s of Crown Point; Jax’s Crown Town Grill; Jewel-Osco; McDonald’s of Crown Point; Midnight Blue Towing & Recovery; Pop’s Italian Beef and Sausage; Prime Steakhouse; Station 21; Tavern on Main; True BBQ & Whiskey Bar; and White Hawk Country Club, for making this event possible.
Donations also will be collected for the city’s annual Adopt a Family program, which provides food and gifts to local families in need during the holiday season.