Topic: photography

  • The Photography of William Richardson presented at museum

    Gregg Hertzlieb of the Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University will present the photography of William Richardson at the Westchester Township History Museum, 700 W. Porter Ave., Chesterton, on Saturday, June 20, at 2 PM. A chemist at trade and photographer at heart, William Richardson took thousands of photographs from around the world in … Continued

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  • Who’s Who and What’s What Exhibit at Westchester Township History Museum

    Who’s Who and What’s What? is a display of unidentified photographs from the archives of the Westchester Township History Museum, 700 W. Porter Avenue, Chesterton. The exhibit will run from May 1-19.   The museum has hundreds of photographs in its archives, many of which are of unidentified dates, people, events, and/or places.  The community … Continued

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  • The Lives and Legacies of William & Flora Richardson

      The Westchester Township History Museum will celebrate the lives and legacies of William and Flora Richardson with a new exhibit from Saturday, June 2 to Sunday September 2, 2012. The museum, which is an educational and cultural service of Westchester Public Library, is open free of charge,  1 – 5  p.m., Wednesday – Sunday … Continued

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  • Stars Shine for Dunes Perseid Event

    Every 365 days, debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet hurl towards Earth at breakneck speeds.  These tiny particles come alive and light up the night sky with streaks of white, gold, or even blue.  Known today as the Perseid Meteor Shower, it is the most famous of all meteor showers.  It never fails to provide an … Continued

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  • Stars Shine for Dunes Perseid Event

    Every 365 days, debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet hurl towards Earth at breakneck speeds.  These tiny particles come alive and light up the night sky with streaks of white, gold, or even blue.  Known today as the Perseid Meteor Shower, it is the most famous of all meteor showers.  It never fails to provide an … Continued

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  • Spring Out to Sunset offers family fun

    Residents of Northwest Indiana are used to enduring long, cold winters. That usually makes spring, and the warm weather that comes with it, a welcome change. Every year, Porter County Parks and Recreation celebrates this seasonal transformation and the approach of summer with Spring Out to Sunset. The event takes place on May 14 at … Continued

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  • Spring Out to Sunset offers family fun

    Residents of Northwest Indiana are used to enduring long, cold winters. That usually makes spring, and the warm weather that comes with it, a welcome change. Every year, Porter County Parks and Recreation celebrates this seasonal transformation and the approach of summer with Spring Out to Sunset. The event takes place on May 14 at … Continued

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