Special Events

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  1. Q-Tips say: says:

    Millennium Art Fest 6/1 thru 6/3- 2012 – at Prudential Plaza, facing the AON Bldg. off Randolf St. Chicago, Il Cost: FREEThis is a small but nice Art Fest. The artist and their work vary and yes, there is a food area. Easy to reach from bus, El station.Q-Tips say: A great way to spend a few hours in the beautiful weather and best of all it is FREE.

  2. Q-Tips say: says:

    MAYFEST – It is FREE. Lincoln and Leland, Chicago, IL 60625 6/2012
    Neighborhoods: Lincoln Square, Ravenswood
    http://www.mayfestchicago.com
    Nearest Transit: Western-brown (Brown Line), Rockwell (Brown Line),
    Damen-brown (Brown Line) or bus route# 151 to #81 depending where you live.

    Q-Tips say: To really enjoy yourself, do what the geezers do, go during the day shortly after it opens. Drink their beer & eat their food, if you must, & grab a seat and enjoy the entertainment. Dancers, Musicians, big and little (one as young as four), and games for the little ones. Then walk over to shops that are open and have a look see. After touring the shops, get yourself an early table at The Brau House down the street and enjoy their beer (less expensive) and order one of their German Meals. Many younger people were at the Mexican Restaurant eating outside. Good afternoon spent on a beautiful summer day. See the Q-Tips Review on their restaurant site for a review of The Brau House.

    Should you decide to go in the evening, we are told, is opening yourself to a lot of younger people drinking till they can no longer manage to operate their cell phones, I Pods, etc. So if that is what you like, then go in the evening.

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