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posted: 8/26/2013 9:51 AM

Wauconda to hold annual street dance

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  • Wauconda will host its 14th annual street dance from 6-11 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31.

      Wauconda will host its 14th annual street dance from 6-11 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31.
    Courtesy of Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce, 201

 
 

Wauconda's Main Street will be rocking and rolling when the town's 14th annual street dance kicks off Saturday, Aug. 31.

A bevy of bands are set to play and local vendors will sell food.

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Organized by the Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce, the party will run from 6-11 p.m. No cars will be allowed on Main Street, north of Route 176, starting at 2 p.m.

Admission is free, but people can bring nonperishable food or school supplies as donations for the Wauconda and Island Lake food pantry.

Several local musicians and bands will play. Scheduled are:

• Heather Moran & Friends

• Patrick Potts

• Ari Castronova

• Better With Bacon

• Escape

• Keeghan

• Wauconda Wildside

• Groove King

Vendors selling food or drinks will include:

• Bliss Wine & Gifts

• Brothers BBQ

• Bulldogs Grill

• HSK Catering/Cary Dairy Queen

• Lindy's Restaurant & Marina

• Middleton's on Main

• Three Amigas

• Village Inn of Wauconda

The Wauconda Lions Club will have a booth, too.

The Daily Herald is among the event's sponsors.

For more information, call the chamber of commerce at (847) 526-5580 or visit waucondaareachamber.org.

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