Community Events

Connecting with Community

Honoring Hispanic Heritage Month with the Lake County State’s Attorney   Join us for a town hall to learn how the State’s Attorney’s Office is working with the community and

Resolving Conflict

We will provide guidance on how to better communicate with family members. Discussion facilitated by Silvia Diaz Ponce, Behavioral Health Consultant at Erie Family Health Centers. Join us on Facebook

Curbside Food Pick up

Community Action Partnership of Lake County invites you to a curbside drive-up food give away every Friday at the the CAP Catering Banquet Hall & Dinning on Genesee. 

206 N. Genesee St., Waukegan, IL 60085

CAP Catering Curbside Pick-up Friday Night Dinners

CAP Catering Services is offering curbside pick-up Friday Night Dinners.  Order a home cooked meal on your SMARTPHONE at before anytime before Friday at 2:00 pm. 

Tenth Congressional District Democrats (Tenth Dems) 10th Annual Poetry and Prose Contest Awards Night

The 10th Annual Tenth Dems Poetry and Prose Contest Awards Night. High school students in North Chicago, Waukegan, and Zion submitted original poems and stories on the theme CHOICES. The judges have made their selections and at Awards Night contest winners will be announced. They, and all students who participated, are invited to read their poems and stories. This is a free event.

Community Health Fair – Feria de Salud Comunitaria

Join us for Free Health Screenings at the Waukegan Public Library! Screenings include: Diabetic Foot Screenings Glucose Screenings Blood Pressure Screenings Cholesterol Screenings Obesity Screenings Two-Step CPR Training For more

FAFSA & RISE Act Workshops

The RISE Act is a new law that will enable some students who were previously ineligible for state of Illinois financial aid (ie, MAP grants) to receive aid. This includes undocumented students who are residents of the state of Illinois, transgender students who will not fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) due to the requirement that gender is listed as “at birth” (which could require selective service registration for individuals who are assigned male at birth), and undergraduate students who may be in good academic standing but have lost their Monetary Award Program (MAP) funding because they have not reached junior standing after using 75 MAP funded credit hours.

4th Annual Lake County Engineering & Internship Fair

Attention college students: Set yourself up for success this summer while you’re home over winter break! Come to the Lake County Engineering Internship and Job Fair, and meet with representatives from Lake County-based firms looking to connect with students in various engineering fields.