Lowell Monthly Chamber Meetings

Lowell Monthly Chamber Meetings

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Posted By: Lowell Chamber of Commerce



Event Details

Date: June 19, 2019


This event also occurs on 07/17/2019, 09/18/2019, 10/16/2019, 11/20/2019 and 1 more dates. [see all dates]



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Lowell Chamber of Commerce
219-696-0231


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    8251 Wicker Ave., St. John
    Farm House, Vintage,
    Industrial & Garden
    (219) 627-3061

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    Great Food in a
    Kid-Friendly Environment!
    Train Rides, a Huge Arcade,
    Birthday Parties & More
    (219) 322-5590

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    *BANQUETS *RECEPTIONS
    *CEREMONIES *EVENTS
    (219) 322-3011

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    Ride is June 8th at Wicker Park
    EARLY sign-up thru June 1 is $15/ride incl. drawstring bag & lunch, $5 children age 12 & under;
    June 2nd through day of sign up $20 per rider *Bags available
    while supplies last
    (219) 923-3666

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  • Visit Website
    8251 Wicker Ave., St. John
    Farm House, Vintage,
    Industrial & Garden
    (219) 627-3061

  • Visit Website
    Great Food in a
    Kid-Friendly Environment!
    Train Rides, a Huge Arcade,
    Birthday Parties & More
    (219) 322-5590

  • Visit Website
    *BANQUETS *RECEPTIONS
    *CEREMONIES *EVENTS
    (219) 322-3011

  • Visit Website
    Ride is June 8th at Wicker Park
    EARLY sign-up thru June 1 is $15/ride incl. drawstring bag & lunch, $5 children age 12 & under;
    June 2nd through day of sign up $20 per rider *Bags available
    while supplies last
    (219) 923-3666

More About this Event Poster: Lowell Chamber of Commerce

In 1848, Melvin Arthur Halsted and his wife, Martha, moved to the prairie land which would later become Lowell, Indiana in 1852.

Lowell is located in West Creek and Cedar Creek townships, Lake Country Indiana and is located approximately 60 miles from the City of Chicago, Illinois ands 134 miles from Indianapolis, Indiana. As of the 2010 Census, there were 9,276 people, 3,392 households, and 2,500 families residing in the town and the median age in the town was 35.7 years.

Events in Lowell are the Lowell Labor Day Parade, the oldest Labor Day parade in Indiana, and Labor Day Festival. Buckley Homestead, east of Lowell, hosts a number of events, including a World War II reenactment with authentic weapons, artillery, and tank. Additionally, the Legend of Sleepy Hollow is another event that tells about the Headless Horseman.

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