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Warren Township High hosts Live the Arts Festival

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  • Senior Pauline Galsim, right, and sophomore Tricia Dizon with the group 4-K perform a hip hop routine Thursday during the third annual Live Arts Festival at Warren Township High School at the Almond Road campus in Gurnee.

      Senior Pauline Galsim, right, and sophomore Tricia Dizon with the group 4-K perform a hip hop routine Thursday during the third annual Live Arts Festival at Warren Township High School at the Almond Road campus in Gurnee.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Juniors Damiyen Anderson and Julia Sapyta throw clay pots Thursday during the Live Arts Festival at Warren Township High School at the Almond Road campus in Gurnee.

       Juniors Damiyen Anderson and Julia Sapyta throw clay pots Thursday during the Live Arts Festival at Warren Township High School at the Almond Road campus in Gurnee.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
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Warren Township High School held its third annual Live the Arts Festival Thursday night in Gurnee.

Drama, band, choir, art, speech and dance students hosted the event at the Almond Road Campus. The Symphonic Band I, Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Velocity, Motions Sickness Dance groups, the speech team and the Giggles and Bits Improv Comedy Troupe performed.

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Family-friendly activities, including caricatures, balloon art, a photo booth and interactive workshops, rounded out the evening.

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