Happy 2017, ladies! It’s hard to believe that 2016 has come and gone but we are onto bigger and better things this year. To start 2017 off right, we have your social agenda here to keep you busy this first week of the year.
If you’re not done ringing in 2017, then head to The Fremont for the Day After Recovery Brunch for a second day of celebrating 2017! Enjoy the brunch buffet for $35 and add the champagne brunch for $15. To make a reservation, click here.
If you are a fan of BYOB painting classes, then head to this one after work with local artist, Alejandra. This two and a half hour class costs $40 and comes with chips, salsa, three tacos per person, and a medium sized canvas for every participant. For more information, click here.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier, then make sure to go before it ends this Sunday! The fest includes an indoor toboggan tunnel, winter mini golf, and a fifteen foot snow tubing hill. For more information, click here.
The 16th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival is underway and it starts Thursday! Stage 773 is hosting the festival, which is considered a comedic melting pot that has been bringing over 1,000 artists together each year to show off their comedic skills. For tickets and more information, click here.
If you’re a beer fan then head to McGee’s to the Tap The Keg event for the exclusive Goose Island Bourbon County beer. There will also be plenty of giveaways, including free tickets to brewery tours, so head there early. For more info, click here.
Get a jump start on your New Year’s resolutions with the 1.7K, 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, Yeti and Mt. Everest Challenge at the Chicago Monster Race Series. Grab your friends, some warm clothes, and head there this Saturday and get ready for a good time. Tickets are still available and can be found, here.
The City Winery is giving us lots to wine about this Sunday at the Wine & Style event. The event is co-hosted by Fredda, a life stylist, and City Winery’s beverage director, Rebekah Mahru. The two of them will work together to pair wines that highlight Fredda’s five style elements: air, earth, fire, and metal. For more information, click here.