It’s the Weekend – Let’s Party!

If you’re looking for things to do in Chicago this weekend, or if you want to get out the first snowstorm of the season, check out the top 5 weekend happenings:

1. Christkindl Market

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The German market’s back in Daley Plaza, and with the season’s first snowfall, it should be darn right magical. Plus, the boots are back this year, so come ready for a lot of Glühwein.

2. Magnificent Mile Tree Lighting Parade

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Thousands of Chicagoans and tourists flock to this annual tradition. Should be lovely with the mass amounts of snow we’re about to get!

3. Chicago Book Expo

Chicago Book Expo

The event brings dozens of Chicago-area authors, nearly 100 local presses and organizations selling their books together to connect and discuss their works at Columbia College.

4. Hyde Park Handmade

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A farmers’ market and artisan bazaar, Hyde Park Handmade showcases the South Side’s best farmers and the unique local goods made from neighborhood artists. Local DJs spin jazz and soul records to help make your browsing a cool, collected experience.

5. The Zen of Slow Cooking Class at Gene’s Sausage Shop

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Learn how to make maple French toast casserole and sample slow-cooked chocolate chip pumpkin bread along with a mimosa. You’ll also get tips on how to stock your pantry to make the most out of your Crock Pot. 4:30-5:30 p.m. Sunday. $20. Tickets: brownpapertickets.com

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