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  1. Exchange Club Networking and Swearing In Event

    September 26, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM @ Green Town Tavern

    Join the Exchange Club of Waukegan for a fun evening of networking with other Exchangites! Celebrate the swearing of two new members and learn about the services Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center offers. Finger Foods & Cash Bar.

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  2. Learn to Dance with Grupo Folclorico Mexico

    September 26, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Waukegan Public Library Bradbury Room

    Come to our award-winning Waukegan Public Library to see the colorful dancing then learn the steps with Grupo Folclorico Mexico!

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  3. Waukegan Main Street Annual Meeting

    September 27, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Waukegan City Hall Council Chambers

    Join Waukegan Main Street as it bids farewell to past Board Members and welcomes new. Participate in a multi-stakeholder conversation about what's going on in the Main Street District which includes the downtown and lakefront - and what's to come! Keynote speaker is Dionne Baux, National Main Street Urban Planning. Buffet lunch.

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  4. Noopie Wynn and Friends

    September 29, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Family Piano Riverside Room

    Join Family Piano in welcoming Noopie Wynn and Friends to their Riverside Room! Enjoy original songs and covers of smooth jazz, pop and blues by Bill Wynn, Eddie Domino, Cynthia Thomas, and Kiami Swift!

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  5. Wherever You've Been

    September 29, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Three Brothers Theatre

    "Daddy used to say, 'Wherever you've been, there you are'." What would you give for a ritual? What would you give for some change? What would you give for someone to listen? What would you give to be held? Join Three Brothers Theatre as they take you on a journey through a silent population. Four homeless individuals deal with love, loss, and family as they navigate the waters surrounding the disappearance of their friend, Mandy. Written and Directed by Caitlin DiGiacomo, with materials used from interviews with members of the Waukegan community, Wherever You've Been is a powerful look at the social and personal struggles between those who are homeless, and those who are not. Intended for mature audiences only.

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  6. Wilson Phillips with special guest The Rembrandts

    September 29, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Genesee Theatre

    Wilson Phillips's 1990 debut album was an instant hit, selling over 10 million copies and scoring three #1 singles as well as a Billboard Music Award. In 2015, they sang backup on FourFiveSeconds from Rihanna's album Anti.

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  7. Yoga at the Beach with Marlene

    September 30, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM @ Waukegan Municipal Beach

    Enjoy yoga on Saturday mornings at the Beach through the end of September! All levels are welcome and encouraged. A limited supply of yoga mats will be available, but you are welcome to bring your own, as well as yoga blocks and water. Dress accordingly.

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  8. Downtown Waukegan Clean-Up

    September 30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Heart of the City

    Help Heart of the City and Waukegan Main Street clean up the downtown! Groups of volunteers will gather at Heart of the City at 9:00 am and make their way down Genesee Street toward Belvidere. Once the cleanup concludes, lunch will be provided back at Heart of the City.

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  9. Waukegan High School Homecoming

    September 30, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Waukegan High School and Weiss Field

    Join our Waukegan High School Bulldogs for Homecoming! The parade kicks off the festivities in the morning, followed by the varsity football game starting at 1:30pm at Weiss Field. This year's Homecoming game will be against Zion Benton Wear your purple, green and gold and show the ZeeBees who's boss! Stay tuned for more details!

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  10. The Fine Art of Selling Fine Art - Q&A with Robin Rios

    September 30, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Dandelion Gallery

    Join Dandelion Gallery for an afternoon of mentoring and sharing with renowned multi-media artist and gallery owner, Robin Monique Rios. Robin will share her inspirations, lessons learned, knowledge about promoting and selling one's art, and her visionary leadership style stemming from her vast experiences as an established talent in the art industry. This event will be an interactive discussion -- anyone interested in the artistic process, promoting art, or in understanding more about today's art world is encouraged to attend and learn from this truly innovative, passionate, and collaborative fixture in the Chicago art scene. You won't want to miss this opportunity to learn from an amazing painter, sculptor, digital photographer, videographer, gallery owner and humanitarian.

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  11. Oktoberfest at Green Town

    September 30, 5:00 PM - October 1, 1:00 AM @ Green Town Tavern

    Wear your best Dirndl or Lederhosen and drown yourself in a stein of Green Town's best German Oktoberfest beers! Eat some schnitzel! Eat some sausage! Whatever you do find yourself here for OKTOBERFEST!

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  12. Wherever You've Been

    September 30, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Three Brothers Theatre

    "Daddy used to say, 'Wherever you've been, there you are'." What would you give for a ritual? What would you give for some change? What would you give for someone to listen? What would you give to be held? Join Three Brothers Theatre as they take you on a journey through a silent population. Four homeless individuals deal with love, loss, and family as they navigate the waters surrounding the disappearance of their friend, Mandy. Written and Directed by Caitlin DiGiacomo, with materials used from interviews with members of the Waukegan community, Wherever You've Been is a powerful look at the social and personal struggles between those who are homeless, and those who are not. Intended for mature audiences only.

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  13. Puddles Pity Party at Genesee Theatre

    September 30, 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Genesee Theatre

    Puddles the Clown teamed up with Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox to record Lorde's hit song "Royals" and it instantly went viral. The YouTube video has received over 19 million vieww. The "Sad Clown with the Golden Voice" has captivated audiences from around the world. When he takes the stage, he puts his suitcase down and doesn't utter a word. When the music starts and you hear that voice for the first time, you're in disbelief. It's mesmerizing. As with any Pity Party performance, it's not all sadness and longing. The set is peppered with a brilliant sense of the absurd, mixing lots of humor with awkward, tender moments.

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