A unique selection of fashionable clothing, jewelry, shoes and more. We have tailor avaiable to custom fit your purchases. Now selling Mary Kay cosmetics.
Contact: Leslie Green & Jennifer Taylor
Indie Indie Bang Bang is an eclectic lifestyle boutique in Miller Beach Indiana.
Contact: Christopher & Dan Trotter
Lake Street Gallery in Gary, Indiana has been proudly serving Northwest Indiana with original art, fine American crafts and custom framing since 1993. We specialize in local art inspired by the Indiana Dunes and the shores of Lake Michigan but are equally comfortable with a wide selection of abstract art and photography.
Gift items are all hand made by craftsmen from the area and all over the United States and Canada. At Lake Street Gallery you will find a wide selection of artisan jewelry, pottery, glass and the ever popular reproductions of vintage South Shore posters. Gallery openings and “Pop-Up” art events are on our schedule.
540 S. Lake Street, Gary, IN
The Miller Beach Arts & Creative District is located on the southern shores of Lake Michigan, a short rail ride from downtown Chicago. Miller Beach, which has a long history as a creative community, is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Founded in 2011 by a diverse group of passionate volunteers, Miller Beach Arts & Creative District is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization, operating as a community development corporation.
Contact: Meg Roman
Painted Board Studio is now located at 621 S Lake Street, Gary, IN. I’m excited to join The Shops on Lake Street community in beautiful Miller Beach in Northwest Indiana. Come visit, and while you’re here, take a stroll along Lake Michigan’s gorgeous DUNES. Miller Beach is a 40 minute drive from downtown Chicago and we have many excellent cafes to choose from for lunch or dinner. The 18th Street Distillery, Bakery Cafe, Brasserie Cafe, Caribbean 444, Captains House and Miller Pizza are only a few doors from the studio.
Summer Colony Living inspired by lifestyle of summer colonies which is often used, particularly in the United States and Canada, to describe well-known resorts and upper-class enclaves, typically located near the ocean or mountains of New England or the Great Lakes. Many of these historic communities are considered quiet bastions of old money, though some, such as The Hamptons, are now well known for their celebrity-driven social scenes. Additionally, their economies tend to be driven largely by this tourist trade, particularly those communities that are remote or on islands. The first store is in the the Miller Beach Community along the shores of Lake Michigan in Gary, IN.
Contact: Debra Carrington