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2207 N. Western ave Chicago, IL 60647
A two part event starting with Vitiligo Natural Skin care at Magalie Naturals at 10:00, followed by lunch at Siboney Cuban Restaurant at 12:00. Please RSVP to attend either or both parts.
Saturday, June 6, 2014 10:00 a.m.
2207 N. Western ave
Chicago, IL 60647
Siboney Cuban Restaurant
2165 N Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647.
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