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This Weekend: Taste of Orland and Movie Night

Nightlife, festivals, charitable and kid friendly events are happening this weekend, August 4-7, in the Orland, Palos, Tinley and Oak Forest areas.

Just like when searching for the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, finding something do for the weekend takes a little digging. Fortunately, Patch has already done the dirty work for you. So, put down your shovel, lay aside the brushes and return that excavator - this weekend's events have been unearthed and classified.

Festivals


Friday August 5, 5-11pm |
Saturday, August  6, 1-11pm
Sunday, August  7, 1-9
Enjoy music, kid-friendly activities, and great food from local resturarts in this weekend long event. Admission is free.

Family Friendly


Saturday August 6, 6:30pm–8:30pm | Bring a blanket and your favorite stuffed animal - it's movie night! Enjoy free snacks and watch Rango with the kiddos at this free event. 

Bright Starts Family Storytime
Saturday August 6, 10 - 10:30am |
Interact with stories using finger plays and songs for the whole family. No registration is necessary, but space is limited.


August 5, 6, 8 & 9, 5:30pm–8pm |
Refresh your home library at the fall Palos Library book sale. The sale is open to the public on August 6, 8 and 9, with a preview for Friends of Palos Heights Library members on the 5th.

Nightlife

Flashback Fridays with Speed Dating
Friday, August 5, 8:30pm | Red Velvet Lounge
Get down to hits from the 80s, 90s and today's Top 40 while hitting the speed dating circuit at the Red Velvet Lounge. Call for details.

Avain Hightower & The Full Circle Band
Saturday, August 6, 8pm | The Linger Martini Bar
Listen to the funk played by Avain Hightower & The Full Circle Band while sipping a dirty martini at the Linger Martini Bar. No cover charge.

April's Reign
Saturday August 6, 10pm |
Grab a pint at the Blarney Stone while listening to the rock n' roll stylings of the cover band April's Reign. $5 cover after 9pm.

Charitable


Sunday August 7, 7:30am–10am | Support the Crisis Center for South Suburbia by walking around Lake Catherine. Registration is at 7:30 and is $15. Children under 12 can participate for free. To register in advance or for more information, contact Chris at 708-770-5888.

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