Barker Mansion

Barker Mansion
Barker Mansion is listed in the Museums category in Michigan City, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Barker Mansion which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Linkedin company page. The activity and popularity of Barker Mansion on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 91.

Contact information for Barker Mansion is:
631 Washington St
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 873-1520

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Barker Mansion has an overall ZapScore of 91. This means that Barker Mansion has a higher ZapScore than 91% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Michigan City, Indiana is 35 and in the category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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My Michigan City, Indiana with Natalie Jean Mills.
Shoreline Brewery embodies the Create, Play, Repeat lifestyle. This family owned brewery has been serving tasty craft brews in Michigan City since 2005. Join them on July 8th, 2-12 PM (CDT) for their annual Red, White & Brewfest! Breweries from all over the region will be serving their best craft beers. Enjoy bands throughout the day which include: Midwest Hype, Chester Brown, and Groovatron. Guests will get to enjoy a spectacular firework display at the end of the evening. Purchase your tickets here: or at the brewery in advance and save $5. Tickets are $20 day of the event. Kids 12 and under are free! #CreatePlayRepeat #MyMichiganCity #ShorelineBrewery #RedWhiteAndBrewFest

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What’s up, Michigan City? Kyron Williams, “Man on the Street” here. You may have noticed that I love Michigan City history, and as “Man on the Street” I run into people all the time who have a little piece of history to share. For this week’s #ThrowbackThursday check out this blast from the past! Does anyone remember when downtown had a plaza where Franklin Street is now? I know I am excited about the new plaza in the works for the Uptown Arts District. Do you have a piece of #MyMichiganCity history to share with me? Message me directly in the comments below or stop me when you see me around.

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Don't forget the Pageant of Drums is Sunday! Ames Field Box Offices Day of Show Open: 4:00pm CT Gates Open: 5:00pm CT Event Start time: 7:00pm CT $20 for General Admission and $35 for Reserved Center seating*. Prices for this event will increase $5 when online sale ends. Purchase your tickets here: #MyMichiganCity #CreatePlayRepeat
Don't miss out on your chance to see some of the best world class corps in the nation at Pageant of Drums! Seats are selling out fast, make sure to get your tickets at! #cavs2017 #DCI2017 #MAFM

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Kyron Williams, "Man on the Street," here – talking about #MyMichiganCity! I recently got to talk to Mike Howard who owns Station 801. This breakfast and lunch restaurant and has been in business for over 13 years! They got the name from the restaurant's address, 801 Franklin St., and went for the station theme because Mike collects train memorabilia. More recently he switched up the decor to more of a 50's style diner – CocaCola things all over the place! This building on the corner has been many things over the years... in the early 1910s it was Ohming Drugs Store where they sold $1.00 x-mas trees. I asked Mike, "Why Michigan City?" and he replied, "I've lived here my whole life– me and my wife and our three children." I am glad to live in a city where there's big support for our local mom and pops like Mike and his family. I will be back for more delicious home cooked food soon and make sure to check out their freshly made-to-order sub sandwiches. Did I mention that their entire menu is available for carry out?

“There is great momentum here in Michigan City. I have a lot of good department heads here working with me, and we have a lot of really good, energetic people working to make this a better city and I’m really proud of all of them and for all the city workers for the hard work they do,” said Ron Meer. Thanks for the article #MyMichiganCity #CreatePlayRepeat
Michigan City Mayor Ron Meer took to the podium to a packed room in the Michigan City Common Council Chamber at City Hall, and took that opportunity to inform the crowd of some of the highlights of the past...