Learn to Dance SALSA

Salsa is a popular form of social dance that originated in New York City with strong influences from Latin America, particularly Colombia, Puerto Rico and Cuba. The movements of salsa have origins in Cuban Son, Cha-cha-cha, Mambo and other dance forms, and the dance, along with the salsa music, originated in the mid-1970s in New York. (source: Wikipedia)

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Coffee, Tea and So Much More!

Coffee goes with so many things. Coffee while watching the news is top of the list. Coffee while reading a good book is also good. What about catching up with a friend over coffee? Coffee with donuts is delicious.

Coffee is also great anywhere. Coffee in the car while driving to work is inevitable and necessary. Coffee at home on the front porch is the best. Coffee in front of the television is of course a regular thing. Coffee at a coffee shop is of course most preferred.

If you agree with the last line and you live in the NW Chicago area, then read on.

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Ice Cream Social

What is your poison? No, I am not asking you about alcoholic drinks. Instead, I am asking you about what ice cream flavor you will not be able to resist. Ice cream is ice cream, I believe. Any ice cream is bound to make most kids, if not all of them, jumping up and down, making cartwheels and rolling on the floor for joy. Too bad for you if you decide to open up an ice cream tub at home. If you feel this way, then on August 27, 2016, pack up your picnic blankets and hurry over to Glenview, IL for a different ice cream experience. This is a GOOD deal that you will not want to pass up.

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Baby Expo 2016

Going to a baby expo is not just exciting for exhibitors, but for attendees, as well. There is a certain charm to knowing about new ideas and products. Of course, there is a lot of pull to getting tons of FREE stuff!

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Free Toppings on Your Ice Cream

Did you know that in 1890, Evanston, IL passed a law against selling ice cream soda on Sundays? “Some ingenious confectioners and drug store operators [in Evanston]… obeying the law, served ice cream with the syrup of your choice without the soda [on Sundays]. Thereby complying with the law… This soda-less soda was the Sunday soda. (source: Wikipedia)

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