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- August 2, 2007 at 12:34 pm #241885
https://tinyurl.com/lfnfk <---a FREE film festival, held on Tuesday
https://www.tasteofchicago.us/ A free food festival, held June 30th,
to July 9th.
https://tinyurl.com/pkfw2 <---a list of parades held through out the
https://tinyurl.com/ooa3y <---- a list of festivals https://tinyurl.com/kfe67 <---Maxwell Street Market, an open air
market, find fresh produce, cooked foods, clothing, antiques, and
more. Open Sunday’s from 9-3.
https://www.lpzoo.com/index2.html <---Lincoln Park Zoo, which is one
of the last ones in the nation that is free to get into. please
note, they charge a lot for parking. you might want to look into
going by bus.
https://www.sheddaquarium.org/ticketprices.html <---an aquarium in
chicago, pricey, but you can also get passes that let you see 5
different attractions in Chicago for 1 price, including the AMAZING
Musuem of Science & Industry. I’ve been there twice, both times with
school trips (once for me, once as a chaperone for my little
sister), and loved it both times. They have a working coal mine!
link goes directly to pricing. You can choose many different types
Don’t forget to look for just regular parks! Down time to play is
great for kids, and resembles thier regular routine more so than
sight seeing all day. Find a grocery store, buy a loaf of bread, and
some pb&j, juice boxes, etc, and make a picnic lunch.
bread can be used to feed ducks, or to save for snack sandwiches
later in the trip.
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