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Kick off the new year with Blvnkspvce & Sqishi at Bass Station!
Come to the Hope Food Pantry at UMMA and receive a special item every week, as well as a WHOLE bag of groceries! Hope Food Pantry is open Mondays 1pm-3pm and Wednesdays 11am-1pm. Registration is required and you may do it in person on either day.
Lake County Treasurer - Zoom
Things may happen where you suddenly might need a small loan. When the time comes, knowing what factors to look at will keep you from making rash decisions. This session will cover various options of borrowing money from financial institutions and what they "really cost", as well as tips on how to make borrowing money a bit easier.
Waukegan's hidden gem - ZümBier - is brewing for a cause. Each Wednesday they will support a different local non-for profit by donating 10% of that nights profits. Tonight, stop by to support St. Anastasia Catholic School and stay for the amazing bier! Biers with Benefits is offered in partnership with City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce.
Waukegan Public Library Zoom
The bestselling and award-winning author of Mexican Gothic discusses her newest book, Velvet Was the Night, and her genre-defying mashups of cultural noir and Lovecraftian horror. Velvet Was the Night is one of The New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2021. Silvia Moreno-Garcia will be joined in conversation with author Gus Moreno. Moreno-Garcia is also the author of the critically acclaimed novels "Certain Dark Things," "Gods of Jade and Shadow," and "Mexican Gothic," which Vanity Fair called “[An] irresistibly dark feminist reimagining of the Gothic fantasy novel.” Mexican by birth, Canadian by inclination, Silvia has edited several anthologies, received many awards for her novels, and is a columnist for The Washington Post.
Waukegan Public Library - Virtual
The bestselling and award-winning author of Mexican Gothic discusses her newest book, Velvet Was the Night, and her genre-defying mashups of cultural noir and Lovecraftian horror. Velvet Was the Night is one of The New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2021. Silvia Moreno-Garcia will be joined in conversation with author Gus Moreno.
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