For the listing of sites offering information pertaining to special events in the City of Chicago.
Annual event in February. Contains news, history, concept cars, photo gallery, media area, floor plan, and exhibitors.
Annual event held at Chicago's Navy Pier. Features exhibits, gardening seminars, children's activities and shopping.
Annual late October festival dedicated to the arts, drama, literature and history.
An international gathering held annually in February organized by the Chicago Maritime Society, the Chicago Historical Society, and Common Times. Features details on school outreach programs, informal shanty sings, seminars, workshops, and exhibits.
Annual September event that provides details on events, sponsors, activities, participants and links.
Annual open-air event during the holiday season. It is set up as a little European village in winter, featuring timber houses with Christmas trees and festive lighting. Includes vendors, programs, events calendar, and photo gallery.
Provides news and information on festivals, events, attractions, exhibitions, services and programs in the city.
Offers community garden sales in the spring and fall. Features dates and times, and resources of annuals, ground cover, container and house plants, herbs, shrubs, vines and roses, along with vegetables.
Annual book festival in Chicago, held in early June. Provides author, performer, presenter and sponsor information. Sponsored by the Chicago Tribune.
Details of annual October event in Lincoln Square featuring arts and crafts.
Features dates and schedule of events for this annual event sponsored by the Sheffield Neighborhood Association (SNA).
Visitors can take in a live performance or film, listen to poetry readings, see ancient sculptures or contemporary photography--then hop on the trolley. Includes the 57th Street Art Fair and the Community Art Fair. Held annually in June.
Annual event held in July. Features music, food and fun. Proceeds support the continued artistic enhancement of Old St. Patrick's Church.
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