10 Fun Things to do in Northwest Indiana this weekend, June 26-28

10 Fun Things to do in Northwest Indiana this weekend, June 26-28
By: Kelsea Costello Last Updated: June 23, 2020

This week, try a new brew, get moving, catch a movie and more! Check out our full list of things to do below. 

Head over to Bulldog Park in Crown Point for Crown Beer Fest!

People drinking beer

This awesome event will feature more than 50 unique breweries and 200 different beers. For more information, click here.

Start your Friday morning off right with yoga on the beach, thanks to the City of La Porte's Park and Recreation department!

Yoga on the beach

Find more details here.

You don’t even need to leave your house for an experience with exotic animals! Take part in Brookfield Zoo’s “Bring the Zoo to You!”

Brookfield Zoo polar bear

For more information, click here.

Get moving with the Public Enemy 5K at the Lake County Fairgrounds!

Public Enemy 5k run/walk

This 1930’s themed run/walk is open for all ages. Find registration information here.

Get out of the house and enjoy a drive-in movie!

Drive-in movie

These free summer movie nights will be happening all summer long thanks to the Barrington Ridge Baptist Church. Find more information here.

Clean up your community and spend the morning at the Dunes with the folks from Crazy Leg Race Series!

Indiana Dunes National Park

Find more information about the beach clean up here.

Ride your motorcycle for a cause at the 10th annual “Silence the Stigma” event.

10th annual ride for suicide prevention

Find more information about the event here. 

Head over to Patrick’s Grille to enjoy one of their delicious daily featured items!

Steak

Find today’s features on their Facebook page here.

Enjoy a tasty chocolate treat thanks to the Mascot Hall of Fame!

Whipped chocolate milk

Learn how to make whipped chocolate milk here.

Take a road trip around the state and enjoy some of the wacky roadside attractions Indiana has to offer!

Indiana roadside attractions

Find the full list shared by the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority here.