It is officially November and that means colder days, changing leaves, and shorter days but don’t let that get you down! We are here to make sure you always have something fun to do during the week! Check out some fun activities that are going on this week in Chi-town.
First Monday of every month, fans of Bingo and PBR gather together and have an ultimate Bingo at the Boiler Room in Logan Square. It’s free to play and with PBR flowing, it’s a great time for all! For more information, click here.
If you’ve ever wanted to amp up your baking skills, look no further! Baker and Nosh in Uptown is offering classes every Monday and Tuesday night and learn to make savory breads or buttery croissants! Arguably, this is the greatest thing since sliced bread! For more information, click here.
Chicagoans love their pizza but they also love their hot dogs, sans ketchup, of course! The Chicago Foodseum, an interactive museum that delves into the culture, creativity, and art of cooking and food, is currently has an exhibit paying homage to the hot dog and many other products we know and love. For more information about the exhibit, click here.
It’s that time of year again when the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce delights us all with the annual Fall Wine Stroll. Take some time after work this Thursday and parooze the festival with approximately 40-45 different red and white wines with hors d’oeuvres. More information here.
With all the scary Halloween films we watched this past weekend, it might be nice to take some time to laugh! Check out the 5th Annual Chicago Comedy Film Festival at the new 400 Theater in Rogers Park. More information and film schedule can be found here.
Come one, come all! Whiskey-lovers unite to bring you the River North Whiskey Fest, with samplings of whiskeys, bourbons, and scotches from all around the world. Tickets are still available and for more info, click here.
If you’re looking to check “Run a 5k” off your bucket list, the Hot Chocolate 5k and 15k takes place this Sunday! RAM Racing debuted the Hot Chocolate Series in 2008 in Chi-town (woot!) and has become one of the most popular races across 15 cities in the United States. So, if you love chocolate and swag bags, consider running this Sunday! More info here.