418 Council Road
Chesterton, IN 46304
Phone: (219) 929-5549
Fax: (219) 262-2075
A renowned name in the city, the Portage High School has been responsible for grooming responsible citizens since 1960. The school has carved a reputation for itself owning to its impeccable curriculum which focuses not only on academic development but also takes keen interest in extra curricular activities. Gymnastics, swimming, baseball, basketball, soccer and other sports keep students healthy and agile here; while the school's diligent staff takes active interest in the personality development of each and every ward.
Located in Indiana's LaPorte County, Michigan City totally capitalizes on its proximity to Chicago by attracting a number of its people during summers. The pristine Lake Michigan and Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore are perhaps the most visited landmarks here, while the symbol of this city is the Old Michigan City Lighthouse which features on postcards and souvenirs. The city has a vibrant cultural scene where festivals and celebrations of the arts are a norm so make a trip to Michigan City sometime.
The 2nd largest city in Indiana's Porter County, Valparaiso was the site where the native Potawatomi Indians lived until their land was taken over by the Settlers. This city which literally translates into "Valley of Paradise" in Spanish was also referred to as the "City of Churches" owing to the large number of churches all over. Musical theater and street theater are associated with Valparaiso's culture which embraces the visual and performing arts wholeheartedly. A number of well-pruned parks, forests, nature trails, woods and lakes provide recreation to visitors and locals so make sure to visit sometime.
The eminent First Unitarian Church of Hobart boasts of being the foremost Unitarian Church in Indiana. The church site was constructed in 1875 and is a fine example of the Italianate style of architecture. It welcomes varied people and strives to worship, spread faith and love for Jesus.
New Buffalo meets the mouth of the Galien River on Lake Michigan. This coastal town in the Berrien County is a great alternative for a family getaway. It boasts a vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment scene, as well as picturesque beaches and parks. A plethora of recreational activities await visitors - from water-sports and fishing, to golfing and nature trails. Local attractions include the New Buffalo Railroad Museum and Four Winds Casino Resort.
Whether its for a corporate function, wedding, or other event, the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds Casino is premier venue space. The knowledgeable and friendly sales and catering staff will help you perfect any event you have in mind. Call or visit the website for more details.