Treasures & More Show (Saturday,
May 16, 2015 - Dyer Town Hall) Dyer Parks
& Recreation is hosting the Attic Treasures & More Show, Dust
off those old knick-knacks. Go through your cabinets & drawers.
Get rid of those old pieces of jewelry, watches and unwanted
items. Unpack all of your unused pictures & decorations to get
ready for this one day, outdoor event! One person's junk is
another person's treasure. What does "MORE" mean? It means that
crafters of homemade items are also welcome to participate.
Spaces are $16.05 ($15.00 + tax) for Dyer Residents and $17.12
($16.00 + tax) for Non-Residents. Please call: 219-865-2505 for
Market, Sat. July 11th,
10am - 6pm, Heritage Park, 1005 Ridge Rd., Munster, $10 entrance
fee, live music, food available, hand crafted artisan wares,
quality vintage wares, 708-895-9465,
the Munster Historical Society.
HUGE GARAGE SALE!
Sat. May 30th,
Deadline to register for your $10 booth space is
May 16th! Merrillville High School parking lot,
benefits the Drama Club, for booth spaces call: Karen at
238-0650 or Xochitl at 290-2886, or email:
ALSO VISIT ALL YEAR ROUND
Antique Market, I-94 & US Hwy 421, 3707 N Frontage Rd,
Michigan City, IN, Peruse beautifully decorated booths while
taking advantage of 10% to 30% off most items in the store.
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm , 219.879.4084
More Info About the Mental Health
Health America wants to net $10,000,
which will be used to provide critical services such as mental
health advocacy, education, prevention and support services for
county residents, said Mary Hodson, executive director of Mental
Health America of Porter County.
"We need to have the funding to
sustain as well as grow our programs, and this event will help us
toward that end. Our emergency funding program is running dry.
Suicides are up throughout the state, and we provide services for
suicide prevention and military/family support," Hodson said. Due to
a lost job or a cut in income, people seek help from their agency
and are the only ones in the county who provide this kind of help.
One of the programs that is crucial for county residents is
financial support for medications. "This program has become so
critical because of the economy," Hodson said. "We are the only
organization in the county that will provide support for mental
health medication because it's not seen as a crisis, which is based
on and lack of understanding and
will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at
the Porter County Expo Center. Admission is $4 and children 12 and
younger will be admitted free. For more information call
219-462-6267, or email: