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« Friday September 14, 2018 »
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Start: 8:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Over the course of 75 minutes, Toland engages audience members with psychological illusions and mysteries of the mind.

Start: 10:00 am
End: 6:00 pm

Edge Adventures Deep River Aerial Park is announcing several schedule changes. The park will be open during regular hours daily except Tuesday through August 13th. From August 18th through September 30th, the park will be open during regular hours on Saturdays and Sundays. During October, the park will also be open on Fridays from 4:00-8:00 pm for a night climb. Lights will be added to the course, and every climber will be issued a head lamp. The park will close for the season on November 4th.

Start: 10:00 pm
End: 10:59 pm

Three IU Alumni organizations are again seeking book donations as part of their 12th Annual Book Collection Drive from Monday, September 10 thru Monday, September 24.

Start: 3:00 pm
End: 5:30 pm

Visit the Munster Public Library for a special event!

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 11:00 pm

Hofbräuhaus Chicago will bring the “oompah” of Oktoberfest back to the Chicago area with its sixth annual Oktoberfest celebration September 14 – October 28. Guests can enjoy a plethora of festivities including authentic nightly Bavarian entertainment, freshly brewed “Oktoberfestbier” inspired by the original Hofbräuhaus in Munich, daily food specials served by Dirndl-clad waitresses, celebrity keg tapping ceremonies and more.

Start: 8:00 pm
End: 11:00 pm

Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of “Whose Line is it Anyway” return to the McAninch Arts Center, located at 425 Fawell Blvd., to open the MAC’s 2018-2019 Season with “Scared Scriptless,” Friday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. Armed with nothing but their sharp wit, Mochrie and Sherwood take to the stage in their uproarious live improv show for a night of non-stop laughter for all ages. The Dallas Morning Star calls the show “Consistently funny and occasionally breathtaking,” and The Springfield Sun News calls it “A two hour laugh riot.”

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