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  1. 10th Annual Anti-Poverty - Why I Walk 5K

    May 6, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Community Action Partnership of Lake County

    The 10th Annual Anti-Poverty - Why I Walk 5K is a one day fundraiser and designated to raise awareness for the services and programs provided by Community Action Partnership of Lake County. Participants will start at 1200 W. Glen Flora Avenue and walk a course through the neighboring area, returning to starting point. The first 100 walkers to pre-register receive a t-shirt, swag bag, and white ribbon for poverty awareness. This year, CAP of LC is hosting the Head Start Reunion directly following the Walk. Everyone in the community connected with the Head Start Early Childhood Development Program over the past 52 years is invited - graduates, parents, grandparents and teachers. Games, music, food, bounce-house, and more!

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  2. EmpoweRun 5K Walk/Run

    May 6, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Independence Grove Forest Preserve

    A Safe Place, Lake County’s sole provider of services exclusively focused on domestic violence victims and their children, will host the EmpoweRun 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 9am at Independence Grove in Libertyville. The 5th Annual event brings together men, women, children, businesses, and partners to support the organization’s lifesaving services to victims and their children, assistance in transforming lives after domestic violence, preventing future abuse by addressing its root cause through abuser intervention programs, and education in the community about ending domestic violence. Runners can fundraise from friends and family directly on the race website. There is also an option to register as an “Invisible Runner” for those who would like to sleep in on Saturday morning, or will not be able to attend the event on May 6.

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  3. Waukegan Yacht Club Regatta

    May 6, 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM @ Waukegan Yacht Club

    The WYC Club Regatta will be in the harbor in front of the Club. Bring your small sail boats (El Toros, 420, O'day 17, etc) and model boats (remote controlled) and join the fun. Small boats will be available for use. Food and beverages available for a nominal fee. Bring your friends and join in the fun or watch from the dock, deck or bar!

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  4. Cinco de Mayo at The Harbor's Edge

    May 6, 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ The Harbor's Edge

    A celebration of Latin music and cultural performance, the Cinco de Mayo event will also feature local food vendors and entertainment for the kids. Spend the day on the edge of Lake Michigan, at The Harbor's Edge!

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  5. Human Condition Art Show

    May 6, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Urban Edge Gallery

    All living things have one thing in common: mortality. “Human Condition”, curated from the Richard Harris Art Collection, explores the ways different backgrounds, cultures and religions cope with mortality. Original works by Rembrandt, Toulouse-Lautrec, van Ultrect, Jasper Johns, Marcos Raya, and Robert Mapplethorpe are among the museum quality pieces on display at Urban Edge Gallery in downtown Waukegan.

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  6. Recycle and Shred at the Library

    May 6, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Waukegan Public Library Back Parking Lot

    In honor of Earth Week, the award-winning Waukegan Public Library will be holding a recycle event in their back parking lot. Electronic devices for recycle and paper for shredding will be accepted at the event. If you have questions, contact the Library at (847) 623-2041.

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  7. Wine Women & Shoes

    May 6, 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Ravinia Festival

    Fashion, wine, and shoes come together for an interactive, fun evening that will tickle your taste buds and satisfy your shopping urges. Join A Safe Place (ASP) for the first annual Wine Women & Shoes event on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 5:30pm at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park. All proceeds raised that evening help A Safe Place continue to provide lifesaving services for survivors and children of domestic violence. A Safe Place invites 400 wine and shoe enthusiasts to kick up their heels, sip varietals from some of the country’s top winemakers, and shop the latest trends in a multi-designer Marketplace. The evening includes a glamorous fashion show, unlimited wine tastings and wine raffle, live and silent auctions, a photo shoot area with a complimentary memento, and the charismatic Shoe Guys. A Safe Place assists victims and their children in transforming their lives after domestic violence.

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  8. St. Anastasia's Cinco de Mayo

    May 6, 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ St. Anastasia's Church

    St. Anastasia's is hosting a Cinco de Mayo party and you're invited! Great Mexican food, live music by Grupo Zubia and wonderful raffles prizes. Everyone is welcome.

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  9. Annie Get Your Gun

    May 6, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Trapp Auditorium at Waukegan High School

    Annie Get Your Gun is a musical loosely based on the life of sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Renowned in the Wild West as a sharpshooter, Annie meets her match, both romantically and professionally, in the form of fellow ace gunslinger Frank Butler. Music and lyrics are by Irving Berlin. Advanced tickets may be purchased by contacting Ms. Novak, Waukegan High School Fine Arts Chair.

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