Libertyville Days Parade shines through rainy weather
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A yearly highlight of the Libertyville Days festival took place Saturday as its parade featuring marching bands, clowns and other attractions kicked off at 10 a.m. from the Metra commuter station on Milwaukee Avenue.
The festival continues from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday with a carnival at the Civic Center parking lot and Sunrise Rotary Park featuring games and food by North American Midway Entertainment — Astro Amusement.
There will be more food at Church Street Eats (formally Taste of Libertyville), on Church Street between Milwaukee Avenue and Brainerd Street. Participating restaurants include A Taste of Chicago Prime; Big Irb's Southern BBQ; Brothers Ribs; Domino's Pizza; El Barrio; Family Affair; Jet's Pizza; Jethro's Corn & Spuds; Luke's of Mundelein; Lee Concessions; Maggie Moos Ice Cream; Something Sweet Lemonade; and The Amigos Grill. Other activities Sunday include an arts and crafts fair from 1 to 5 p.m. in Cook Park and a beer garden in the Civic Center parking lot from 1 to 6 p.m.
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