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HARBERT — Participants in the Sept. 28 “The Art of Living Well,” an annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels of Southwest Michigan, practiced what they preach and combined for an event that was even more successful than last year, according to Executive Director Linda Strohl.

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NEW BUFFALO — Chef Jackie Shen collaborated with an old friends from her Chicago days to transform her normally comfortably casual café at 802 W. Buffalo St. into a magical setting for a French Cuisine Dinner to benefit the New Buffalo Township Library on Sunday, Oct. 19.

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THREE OAKS — In conjunction with the global Climate Strike on Friday, Sept. 20, a group of about 15 “like-minded cosmic thinkers and stewards” gathered for an invocation ceremony that evening at the Dewey Cannon Park Pavilion in Three Oaks.

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THREE OAKS — The Harbor Country Hikers were given a different perspective on the wonders of nature found along the Hoadley Nature Trail in Three Oaks’ Watkins Park when Berrien County Drain Commissioner Chris Quattrin started off their Saturday, Sept. 7, outing with a little bit of history, …

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ROLLING PRAIRIE, Ind. — The roar of tractor engines, the light laughter of happy children, and the ever-so-satisfying crunch of a bite into a fresh apple carried across the warm breeze at one of La Porte County’s most venerable farmlands Saturday morning, Aug. 31.

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HARBERT — The checkered, quirky history of winemaking in Southwest Michigan coupled with the chance to sample the goods were on the agenda for The Region of Three Oaks Museum’s fund-raiser on Saturday, Aug. 24.  In keeping with the topic, the setting was the former tasting room of the Molly …

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NEW BUFFALO — The weekend of Aug. 9-11 was filled with performances by 11 bands, the return of the Saturday evening Lighted Boat Parade, a kid-centric Sunday afternoon and much more as the Ship & Shore Festival returned to its roots in Lions Park along New Buffalo’s shoreline.

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NEW BUFFALO — The band is called Warren Dunes, two of its three members are from New Buffalo, and on Wednesday, Aug. 7, the Seattle-based group played a well-attended concert on the New Buffalo Township Memorial Park Pavilion Stage.

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THREE OAKS — For the third year in a row CIvil War battles raged in Three Oaks as re-enactors set up camp in Dewey Cannon Park July 26-28 for Civil War Days.

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HARBERT — Members of the Prairie Club have a long and proud history of being environmentally friendly and conservation minded, so when it came time to look at some ways to try to rid their Camp Hazelhurst property in Harbert of invasive non-native plant species they sought to do it in the mo…

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THREE OAKS — A true behind-the-scenes look at the making of the full-length movie “Prancer” that has become a holiday tradition for many was given to viewers with the premiere showing of “Lights!  Camera!  Three Oaks!  The Making of Prancer” on July 20 at the Vickers Theatre.

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LAKESIDE — The 2019 Cocktails at the Grand Cottage find-raiser for the Michiana Humane Society, hosted by Will Schauble and Jason Spohn (Gail Lowrie also served on the organizing committee) was held on the glorious summer evening of Saturday, July 27.

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BEVERLY SHORES, Ind. — Almost 11 years to the day after he lost both his legs in an industrial accident, Jim Dolph once again hit the hiking trail.

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THREE OAKS — The 2019 Acorn Theater Singer-Songwriter Contest winner is a recent high school graduate who wowed a full-house audience (and three esteemed judges) with a ukulele-accompanied tune inspired by a literary classic.

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BRIDGMAN — Lake Side Fit, located at 4171 Lake Street in Bridgman, is making the most of its surroundings by offering classes that take advantage of nearby Weko Beach, introducing the new business to the community during the July 13 Celebrate Bridgman Parade, and even reacting positively to …

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NEW TROY — The second Strawberry Social at the New Troy Community Center centered around the Amish-built gazebo presented to the community last year as a gift from the Boyd family to honor the memory of Allan Boyd (1925-2017).