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Hit a yard sale with a whole lot of sass and class

Actress Niecy Nash, the host of Clean House, and the rest of the crew for the Style Networks top-rated show will all be on hand from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at a yard sale in the parking lot of the Harlem-Foster Shopping Center, 7300 W. Foster. Proceeds benefit a Chicago family who will be featured in a future episode of the show. For more information, check out the shows blog at www.mystyle.com/mystyle/shows/cleanhouse/

Plan a nice dinner out

Bistro 110, 110 E. Pearson, is offering a $26.95 pumpkin prix fixe dinner menu that includes creamy pumpkin soup, pumpkin ravioli in brown butter sauce and traditional pumpkin pie. (312) 266-3110 or www.bistro110restaurant.com

Watch 76 trombones (more or less)

The Lakeside Pride Symphonic Band presents an evening of show tune standards in its fall concert Broadway at 7 p.m. at Evanston Township High School, 1600 Dodge, Evanston. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Details: (630) 901-6947 or www.lakesidepride.org


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