With the Christmas holiday upon us, perhaps now is the best time to consider including a unique, handmade item on your shopping list.
Bundle up and head out for some fun this winter break with the following five holiday activities in Chicago.
There is no shortage of fun, free things to do this holiday season in the Chicago loop! Chicago Loop Alliance’s (CLA) fourth annual Winter WonderLoop will surprise and delight pedestrians in downtown Chicago this winter with “Random Acts of Holidays” from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on each Saturday from Dec. 1-22, 2012. Specific details on these free, family-friendly experiences around the Loop will be announced each morning…
Here are my top five events for December. Go to them. That’s the point of this article.
Once you’ve pushed yourself to brave the lower temperatures, you’ll find that Chicago does have some fun winter activities to offer.
Thanksgiving is one holiday that isn’t about spending money and buying gifts. It’s meant to be a time to give thanks, be with loved ones and most importantly, over eat. Here are some free activities going on around Chicagoland this Thanksgiving to help you save a little money before the holiday spending kicks in. Enjoy it; you only have until midnight before Black Friday.
I want you to know, a lot has changed since my last date guide. I’m not the amateurish schmuck I was when I wrote that dating guide. I’m a totally new schmuck. I am more mature and ready to tell you about some of the best winter date spots that exist in this fine city.
Are you wishing you could spend the Holidays in a quaint German village? Then look no further than Chicago’s Christkindlmarket!
Here’s a guide of the Best Santa’s to visit in the Chicago area – and where and when you can bring your kids of all ages to sit on his lap.
The backdrop for the city of Chicago’s official Christmas tree once again this year is a German market.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago’s first Jewish mayor, flipped the switch for the city’s 98th annual tree lighting ceremony at Daley Plaza on Wednesday.