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Five spots to find gifts for the dunes lover in your life.

Looking for something special for the beach goer, hiker or dunes lover in your life? Here are some fun (and local) spots to make sure to hit for your holiday shopping.

  1. Head to Trail Stop (Portage Lakefront) this Saturday, December 17 from 1-5 for anything and everything Dunes related. You'll find ornaments, shirts, pint glasses, postcards and patches. There's even some hand made jewelry with beach glass and crinoids. You'll also find the Dig the Dunes calendar, full of dunes photos. Not a calendar person? Cut out and frame the photos. They are all gorgeous. More info.

  2. Visit our best buds at The IN Coast in downtown Chesterton. The IN Coast has been expanding their collection and you can now find a large selection of new apparel designs, photo prints, coffee mugs, stickers and lots more. They can be found inside Three Wicked Apples, which also has lots of fun and unique gifts. More info.

  3. Find something for everyone at Over Yonder Dunes Gift Shop along Hwy. 12 in Beverly Shores. At Over Yonder you can find hand made pieces from over 15 local artisans. Beach glass jewelry, felt pictures, pottery, greeting cards, ornaments and oh, so much more. Over Yonder is open every day until Christmas! More info.

  4. Find something retro at Good News Vintage in Michigan City. Looking for some retro or vintage dunes finds? There's a good chance Good News Vintage will have something. Maybe an MC-opoly board game or a dunes poster. You never know what you might discover when you step inside this unique shop. Located at 613 Franklin Street in Michigan City. More info.

  5. Or how about a Past Life Regression Session? Maybe the dunes lover in your life was a pioneer in the area, swam Lake Michigan or was Michigan City's very first mayor. They can find out in a Past Life Regression Session led by hypnotherapist and healer Randi Light. This unique gift will be sure to make them smile. Find out more about Randi, right here.


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