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The Glencoe Social Club held its Adult Beach Party event at Glencoe Beach from 6-10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6, celebrating the last official weeks of summer with drinks, dinner and dancing.
The club, which got its start in 1982, serves as an outlet for social engagement in the village. Jessica Rosien, a Glencoe resident for over three years and the club’s president since July, explained that joining the club helped her get to know the community.
There’s a new breakfast place in town, and it’s offering a unique concept to customers in downtown Glencoe.
An existing business in the downtown area, Tudor Wine Bar, is partnering with the new eatery called Arepie to provide a space for its operations early mornings from Saturday through Monday.
Like the 2014 festivities, Glencoe Beach will be closed for the Fourth of July fireworks show in 2015, after a vote at the Sept. 16 Glencoe Board of Park Commissioners meeting.
By a 3-2 vote, with dissenting votes from Park Board Vice President Seth Palatnik and Park Board Commissioner Andre L. Lerman, the board voted to keep the beach closed on July 4, 2015, so that the Independence Day fireworks display could remain on that day. This was in opposition to the suggestion of moving the display to July 3, keeping the beach open on July 4, which falls on a Saturday in 2015.