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.
All Chamber Members will be reimbursed $10.00 after attending this event.Read More »
Come out and help with the 2017 Women Build for Habitat for Humanity. Kick off begins May 6th with weekly build days of Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Individuals and groups of 6 to 8 per day maximum.
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It’s all about choice…and improved membership benefits.
After careful consideration by the Lowell’s Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Chamber is changing the way members invest. Like many chambers during the past decade, we are moving to a tiered dues system which provides benefits based...Read More »
The Lowell Chamber of Commerce is now able to accept credit card transactions in the office, over the phone, and at events. With the help of Pogo by First Data, a mobile card reader, the Chamber can now serve its members and the community more conveniently.
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