Bakery that canceled drag show now threatened with fines – Greeley Tribune

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A bakery that faced harassment and vandalism is now being threatened with code violations after advertising a family-friendly drag show, according to a letter sent to the bakery’s owner from a far northwest suburb.

The letter was sent by the village to Corinna Sack, the owner of Upsetting Bakery and Cafe in the Hills, a response from the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois condemning the village’s actions.

“Our hands are tied and our backs being forced against the wall by our landlord and the lake village in the hills,” Sack said in a video posted on social media. Upcoming Events.

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