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This weekend is your last chance to visit Evanston History Center’s Black History Month exhibit, but it’s your first chance to see Goodman Theatre’s newest play, “The Upstairs Concierge.”

Families can also dine with the Easter Bunny and hunt for colorful eggs, or parents can get some much deserved “me time” at Randolph Street Market. Or, get fit with two free classes at Athleta.

Evanston History Center’s Black History Month Exhibit

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Photo courtesy of the Evanston History Center.

March 27-29
Evanston

Evanston History Center has been celebrating two pioneering African American doctors from Evanston since February, but this is the last weekend you can learn about Dr. Isabella Garnett Butler and Dr. Elizabeth Webb Hill.

Park Center Eggstravaganza

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Photo by Donar Reiskoffer.

March 28
Glenview

It will feel like spring this weekend in Glenview no matter the weather thanks to this old-fashioned egg hunt. Get an early start by registering for a breakfast of cereal, fruit, bagels, pastries and more with the Easter Bunny before the Eggstravaganza.

“The Upstairs Concierge”

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Gabriel Ruiz (Harvey), Tawny Newsome (Ella) and John Stokvis (Kaz) in rehearsal for The Upstairs Concierge by Kristoffer Diaz at Goodman Theatre (March 28 – April 26, 2015). Photo by Liz Lauren.

Opens March 28
Chicago

The Goodman’s latest show, written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Kristoffer Diaz, opens this weekend and takes a satirical look at celebrity culture as Ella (Tawny Newsome) starts her job as the upstairs concierge of a hotel often filled with famous guests.

Athleta Fitness Classes

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March 28-29
Skokie

Get ready for warmer weather with free fitnesses classes at Westfield Old Orchard’s Athleta. On Saturday, stop by for a Barre Code Class with Barre Code Park Ridge before coming back on Sunday for Zumba with Rhonda Stein.

Randolph Street Market

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Photo by Eric Clarke.

March 28-29
Chicago

It’s time for the first Randolph Street Market of the year! Shop vintage, indie and global items, antiques, and food throughout three indoor levels (so it doesn’t matter what Chicago weather we get this weekend).