Spend an evening at the theater, indulge in chocolate treats, explore a new museum exhibit or annual car show, or shop for a cause this weekend around Chicago.
Find $15 or $30 tickets (sometimes less) for more than 100 shows around the Chicago area, including “Faceless” at Northlight, “Gloria” at Goodman, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and “Quest” at Actors Gymnasium.
Shop at participating Andersonville businesses this weekend and they’ll give 14 percent of sales to charities and nonprofits like Chicago Women’s Health Center, Alliance for the Great Lakes, Heartland Alliance, Planned Parenthood, Equality Illinois and Misericordia – Heart of Mercy.
Opens Feb. 11
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s latest exhibit features video, sets, costumes, photos and more of choreographer and dancer Merce Cunningham, “[…] a seminal figure in modern dance, revolutionizing performance through his choreography and world-renowned dance company […].”
If you still need a Valentine’s Day gift, or simply want to treat yourself, visit The Morton Arboretum this weekend to sample and buy specialty chocolate.
You have 10 days to see the latest from Audi, Chevy, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and other companies, participate in the Chicago Auto Show Blood Drive or Food Drive, meet Denis Savard, Adam Burish, Eddie Olczyk and Tony Esposito, and more at the largest auto show in North America.