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Sunday picks: ESO welcomes garage band Time for Three

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Classically trained garage rock band Time for Three will make a guest appearance with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra this weekend.

Courtesy of Vanessa Briceño-Scherzer

Legoland Discovery Center in Schaumburg opens its first Lego "Star Wars" miniland this weekend. This large-scale interactive model display focuses on "Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace."

Courtesy of Legoland

The High Wheeler Model Train Show pulls into the Harper College Sports Center, Building "M," in Palatine on Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10.

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The Chicago Flower & Garden Show returns to Navy Pier in Chicago.

WGN-TV reporter Dean Richards will appear in the Oak Park Festival Theatre, Circle Theatre and 16th Street Theater's presentation of the Oak Park Area Lesbian & Gay Association's reading of Dustin Lance Black's gay marriage play "8."

Courtesy of Randy Belice/WGN

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Classically trained garage band Time for Three joins the Elgin Symphony Orchestra for a performance of music by Estacio, Higdon and Tchaikovsky at the Hemmens Cultural Center in Elgin. Fly along a 200-foot indoor zip-line, bounce on inflatables and enjoy carnival rides and attractions for all ages at Chicago Fun Family Palooza at Pheasant Run in St. Charles. Get in the mood for spring at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show at Navy Pier.
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    • Classically trained garage rock band Time for Three will make a guest appearance with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra this weekend.
    • Legoland Discovery Center in Schaumburg opens its first Lego "Star Wars" miniland this weekend. This large-scale interactive model display focuses on "Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace."
    • The High Wheeler Model Train Show pulls into the Harper College Sports Center, Building “M,” in Palatine on Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10.
    • The Chicago Flower & Garden Show returns to Navy Pier in Chicago.
    • WGN-TV reporter Dean Richards will appear in the Oak Park Festival Theatre, Circle Theatre and 16th Street Theater’s presentation of the Oak Park Area Lesbian & Gay Association’s reading of Dustin Lance Black’s gay marriage play “8.”
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