Indiana Dunes National Park the focus of Green Drinks meeting

March 18, 2019

MICHIGAN CITY — What does it mean to go from being a National Lakeshore to a National Park? When did this process begin and how did it come about? Does this mean more funding and staff for our park? How will this change effect our park and our communities?

Learn about our country’s 61st National Park —the Indiana Dunes National Park — at Northwest Indiana Green Drinks, which will meet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at at Shoreline Brewery, 208 Wabash St., Michigan City.

Please join us for a presentation by Superintendent Paul Labovitz. He is always one of our more personable and most jovial presenters, so in addition to learning a lot, we’ll all have a great time together. As you grab a delightful brew and some delicious eats, we’ll laugh at his jokes and bond with nature. Also learn how you could become part of our excitement by getting a National Park pass or becoming a volunteer.

Green Drinks meets the third Thursday of every month (except July and December) at Shoreline Brewery, 208 Wabash St.. These events are sponsored by Save the Dunes and supported by 219 GreenConnect. Suggested donation is $5, $2 for students. For further information, call (219) 210-7513.