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Things to do in Chicago from Now till Monday

Things to do in Chicago from Now till Monday

Because you’ve already solidified your brackets. Happy March Madness!

Also, a big thank you to Blue Lagoon and WAGSTAFF WORLDWIDE for sending a care package filled with a candle, body scrub, and the most unique skin masks I’ve ever seen! These Natural Algae Mask contains algae harvested straight from Blue Lagoon in Iceland. It promises to rejuvenate and nourish skin from within and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, giving an immediate lift and youthful glow. We’ll see! I can’t wait to try these!

The package was sent as a reminder that for the first time Icelandair is now flying to the country directly from O’Hare. Plus, the Taste of Iceland starts tomorrow. Let’s go to Reykjavik!


When: March 17 – March 20

WhereCité (505 North Lake Shore Drive, 70th floor, Chicago, IL 60611); Martyrs (3855 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60613); Logan Theatre (2646 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647); Chicago Athletic Association Hotel’s Drawing Room (12 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60603)

Why: Hungry for a taste of Iceland, Chicago? Between Thursday, March 17 and Sunday, March 20, Chicagoans will have the opportunity to experience Iceland’s own cuisine and culture with Taste of Iceland in Chicago. Put on by Iceland Naturally immediately following the launch of Icelandair’s direct route to Chicago O’Hare International Airport on March 16.

More infoTaste of Iceland


When: Friday, March 18th 6p – 10:30p

Where: The Ritz-Carlton, 160 East Pearson Street, Chicago, IL

Why: Celebrate TimeLine’s unique mission of exploring history by stepping into another era for an elegant evening that raises funds vital to their work.

More infoTimeline Theater Company

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When: March 20 – April 3

Where: Macy’s on State Street, 111 N. State St, Chicago, IL 60602

Why: Join Macy’s for a stunning celebration of our country’s vast and varied landscapes—from purple mountain majesties and across the wilderness! They’ll tell the story through fabulous flora indigenous to each of our nation’s regions to celebrate iconic destinations from sea to shining sea!

More info: Macy’s

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When: March 20th; 7:00p – 10:00p

Where: Genesee Theater, 203 N Genesee St, Waukegan, IL 60085

Why: AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH VIOLINIST LEE ENGLAND JR. AND LOVE NOTES MUSIC ORGANIZATION: International Artist and Violinist, Lee England Jr., recently acquired by Quincy Jones Productions management, is set to launch his global music initiative with a charitable gala in his hometown of Waukegan, IL on March 20, 2016 at 7 PM, in partnership with the newly 23 million-dollar renovated Genesee Theatre. Love Notes Music Organization, a 501©3 not for profit, was started by Lee England Jr. in an effort to continue the tradition of music and the arts in schools. He decided that as an artist, there was no better place to lay a foundation of giving and philanthropy but home, thus presenting us with, “An Intimate Evening with Lee England Jr., and Love Notes Music Organization.”

More infoEventbrite

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