“175 Days to Love Chicago”

Chicago celebrated its 175th birthday on March 4, 2012. In honor of the Windy City’s birthday, Chicago is hosting “175 Days to Love Chicago,” which is an ongoing celebration of events, festivals, promotions and fun facts to celebrate the anniversary of the City’s incorporation.

If you feel like joining the festivities, we’ve got the April agenda:

April 6 – All Garrett Popcorn Shops are commemorating National Caramel Popcorn Day and Chicago’s 175th Birthday by offering a complimentary treat size serving of CaramelCrisp® from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (limit one per person)

April 18Chicago White Sox tickets are discounted. The Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles at 7:10 p.m. with outfield tickets specially priced at $17.50 to celebrate Chicago’s birthday!

April 28 & 29 – The Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise will offer a 17.5% discount on Saturday and Sunday.

In addition, several Chicago live theater troops including Second City will offer discounted pricing. Chicago’s hotels are also offering birthday specials through the 175 days. Hilton Chicago and Kimpton’s four Chicago hotels are just a few.

For more details, visit their website.

Photo credit: The Chicago White Sox & the City of Chicago

Suggested Reading:
Plaza Updates from Dan McCaffery 
Historic Spotlight: Myra Bradwell’s Former House
New Renovation Announcement 

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