Things To Do This Weekend March 4-6, 2022

Maybe you’ve decided that you’re not going to shovel snow again this season? That doesn’t mean that it’s not going to snow but its a good thing we’re in March and spring is right around the corner. Lets take a look at things to do this weekend March 4-6, 2022.


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Great things are happening all month long in Lake County. For a list of things to do in the month of March in Lake County click here.

Enjoy in the first Friday of the month in downtown Libertyville.  Watch a variety entertainment show in Waukegan. Majestic horses dance in Old Mill Creek. Get outside for a guided tour in Ingleside. A matronly comedy hits the stage in Waukegan.  Lets take a look at the top five things to do this weekend March 4-6.

1. First Friday in Downtown Libertyville

Celebrate the First Friday of the year in downtown Libertyville.  Support local businesses as they extend their business hours to serve refreshments, provide exclusive discounts and promote a festive atmosphere during the monthly event. Italian eatery, Café Pomigliano offers half-priced drinks and appetizers from 5-6 p.m., along with a free glass of wine with any dinner entrée.  Improv Playhouse hosts its monthly standup showcase “First Friday Funnies,” featuring a collection of talented comedians. Other Milwaukee Avenue establishments like Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Bootery Boutique, Joyful Gourmet, Edie Boutique, Libbyville Lifestyle Boutique and more are offering exclusive promotions and St. Patrick’s Day-themed specials. MainStreet Libertyville will celebrate First Fridays the first Friday of every month through December. Visit for a full list of event offers.

Friday, March 4; 10 a.m-9 p.m. Downtown Libertyville

2. Fantastick Patrick at Orlin Trapp Auditorium in Waukegan

It’s a show unlike any other that you’ve witnessed before. International performer, Fantastick Patrick takes the stage at the Lake County Community Concert Association’s Orlin Trapp Auditorium located inside Waukegan High School. The Los Angeles-based performer showcases a combination of comedy, juggling, balancing large objects on his face, absurd tricks, daring stunts and improvised songs on the ukulele. Each show is unique based on the direction the performance is taken through audience participation. The unpredictable performer has brought his special brand of variety entertainment to audiences around the globe since 2005.

Sunday, March 6; 3 p.m. Admission is $30. Orlin Trapp Auditorium, 2325 Brookside Ave., Waukegan.

3. “How a Lipizzan Stallion Learns to Dance” at Tempel Lipizzans in Old Mill Creek


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The renowned white stallions of the Old Mill Creek Farm have entertained audiences for over six decades.  “How a Lipizzan Stallion Learns to Dance.” Gaze at these trusty steeds and their trainers while they go through the process of “dressage” training. This Tempel Lipizzan segment leaves visitors in awe as each beginner (early dressage training, i.e., walk, trot and canter), intermediate (dancing together, which is the collaboration of coordinated movements between horse and rider) and advanced trained horse gallops and “dances,” (includes the height of equine training with maneuvers like the Long Rein, the Solo Horse, the Airs Above Ground and the Quadrille). The Tempel Lipizzan Program Director Esther Buonanno and Head Trainer Bill Clements follows this performance with a question-and-answer session, and visitors can take a self-guided tour through the stallion stable during this Valentine’s Special. Another “How a Lipizzan Stallion Learns to Dance” presentation occurs on April 9. The Tempel Farms summer season begins on Sunday, June 19.

Saturday, March 5; Doors open at 12:30 p.m.; session begins at 1 p.m. Admission: $25-$35. Tempel Farms, 17000 Wadsworth Rd., Old Mill Creek.

4.  Guided Tours of Volo Bog State Natural Area in Ingleside


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Visit Illinois’ only open-water quaking bog and explore this intricate ecosystem at the Ingleside’s areas guided tours. Volo Bog State Natural Area, a National Natural Landmark, features a state park naturalist guiding visitors an hour-long tour delving into the Illinois Department of Natural Resources area’s water systems, plants and the animals that habitat the environment.   Volo Bog hosts tours on select Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., through April 3. Registration is encouraged due to limited space, by emailing or calling directly at 815-344-1294.

Saturday-Sunday, March 5-6; 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Volo Bog State Natural Area, 28478 W. Brandenburg Rd., Ingleside.

5. “My Name Is Not Mom” at Genesee Theatre in Waukegan

Give mom the break she deserves. The motherhood influencers including Meredith Masony, Tiffany Jenkins and Dena Blizzard, grace the Genesee Theatre stage in Waukegan to perform their show “My Name is Not Mom.” The maternal trio takes audiences on a comedic voyage of motherhood through storytelling, their unique perspectives, audience interaction, live stand up and more. Masony is the founder of the “That’s Inappropriate” community, helping to educate parents, encourageing women empowerment and providing marriage advice. Masony also wrote the book “Scoop The Poop,” released in 2016. Jenkins is a blogger, podcaster and author that speaks on topics like addiction, marriage and life’s endeavors. Dena Blizzard is a stand-up comedian and thespian who created the off-Broadway show “One Funny Mother.” Tickets to “My Name is Not Mom” range between $30-$60.

Friday, March 4; 8 p.m. Tickets: $30-$60. Genesee Theatre, 203 N. Genesee St., Waukegan.

The college hoops tournament will be in full-swing in March. For a list of places in Lake County to watch the games click here. For more ideas on things to do this weekend March 4-6 click here.

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