As the temperature drops in Chicago one would think that the number events would drop as well. Chicago in the summertime is always a blast. With every weekend having an event you would never get bored. Chicago winters are exactly the same.
We recently read an article on TimeOut.com that shared 39 things you could do in Chicago.
Things To Do
Starting out on January 1st, the New Year’s Day 5K gave Chicagoans and visitors a chance to start out their resolutions on a high note. The race coordinators estimated nearly 1,500 runners to attend and about a third to walk. The course route travels north along the lakefront bike path to Diversey Harbor before returning to the North Avenue Field House.
Jan 8: The Original Mother’s honors the 80th birthday of the late, hip-shaking crooner withs its annual Elvis Fest.
Photograph: Max Herman
Jan 11: Strip down to your skivvies and draw befuddled looks from clueless CTA riders during the annual No Pants Subway Ride. This event has no rhyme or reason, just to have a little fun. The No Pants Subway Ride is actually a multi city event, featuring in more than 50 cities around the world.
If you are in the Chicago area, here is the Facebook page of the meeting location!
WHERE: The meeting point is at the roof deck of the parking garage at 1210 W Arthur above the CVS. There is a staircase and an elevator entrance on Arthur past the CVS. We want to leave the venue as clean as we found it and there are limited trashcans at the site. please plan accordingly.
Jan 16–18: The perpetually cursed Wrigley Field residents will showcase management and players at the annual Cubs Convention.
Jan 17, 18: Wanna get away? Plan your next excursion, near or far, at the Chicago Travel & Adventure Show.
If you are attending any of these events, lets us know how they went!