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Theatre L’Homme Dieu to host Wake Up Alexandria on June 17

Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone.

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ALEXANDRIA — Theatre L’Homme Dieu, located at 1875 County Road 120 NE, will host the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Wake Up Alexandria event on Friday, June 17 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone. It offers an opportunity for attendees to learn about the businesses and organizations within the community.

A $1 admission is requested, with all proceeds donated to the day’s nonprofit recipient, Cardboard Cares. All Chamber members will be placed in a drawing for the Pot of Gold, which is currently valued at nearly $5,600.

Since 1961, Theatre L’Homme Dieu has contributed to the vibrancy and allure of the Alexandria Lakes Area by presenting exceptional live theater, fine arts and educational programming that celebrates culture and nurtures community. The theater’s 22-acre wooded campus is a former resort that was converted into theater housing for 38, a lodge with an industrial kitchen, and a 272-seat proscenium theater. For more information visit tlhd.org.

Related Topics: ALEXANDRIA LAKES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCETHEATRE L'HOMME DIEUALEXANDRIA
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