From free days at select museums to special tributes from local organizations, there’s no shortage of meaningful ways to spend this MLK Day in Chicago. Some of the most moving events include symphony performances and film screenings.
Those heading to the annual “CubCon” are sure to get any Cub’s fan’s ideal experience. From exhibits and games to chances to attend panels with the team’s top players, events for this convention sell out quickly.
One of Chicago’s leading comedy institutions hosts this annual event, which is the largest sketch comedy festival in the world. Over eight days, nearly 200 shows will be performed by 165 groups, with shows starting every hour, on the hour.
Those brave enough to hop into the icy waters of Lake Michigan on New Year’s Day won’t be alone. Hundreds come out for a quick dip in the lake in order to raise money for Special Olympics Chicago.
Even though many of Navy Pier’s most famous attractions are outdoors, there’s still plenty to do during this annual winter celebration. Enjoy photo ops, ice skating, slides, rides and more – all of which are located indoors.
Via our Chicago Events calendar, you can see all major events in Chicago.