Celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 13th, 2018. Treat your mother to a memorable experience this year with a trip to popular spas, brunches with the family, or her favorite wine! Delicious foods and relaxing adventures are in the palm of your hand with help from your CUI Concierge. Make this Mother’s Day one she won’t forget!
Mingle with horse racing enthusiasts, colleagues, and friends at Churchill Downs while savoring regional specialties and spirits. According to Forbes, the Kentucky Derby is one of the “Greatest Bucket-list Sporting Events” in America.
Entertain your friends with the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, the Old Forester Mint Julep. Each year, over 110,000 Mint Juleps are served over the two-day period at Churchill Downs Racetrack.
Celebrate Irish culture & tradition throughout Chicago this March. From a green river to lively parades, there nothing quite like St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago.
Saturday, March 17 at 1:00 PM
Location: Columbus Drive (between Balbo Dr. & Monroe Dr.)
What’s a holiday without a parade? How about one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country? Join in the Chicago tradition that celebrates its 63rd anniversary this year. Rain or shine, it begins on Columbus Drive and moves north through Grant Park for roughly three hours, beginning at Balbo Drive and ending at Monroe Drive. Don your best green outfit—or a kilt if you dare—and embrace all Chicago has to offer for those Irish at heart.
Denmark is one of the greenest countries in the world is also home to 406 islands, world renowned food, and countless summer days!
Discover the history of the historic times with a trip to Europe! Contact your CUI Concierge to secure favorable rates to your Europe or your favorite summer vacation destination!
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre returns home to Chicago with six breathtaking performances March 7th through 11th! Each performance will feature Alvin Ailey’s masterpiece “Revelations”!
The Chicago Flower & Garden Show at Navy Pier has been a city favorite since its inception in 1847.
From March 14 to 18, more than 40,000 attendees will step into spring with life-sized gardens, DIY workshops, garden-to-table cooking presentations, a bustling marketplace and more. In this year’s exhibition, “Every Garden Has a Story to Tell,” the Flower & Garden show details Chicago’s sensitive side by interpreting the way flowers and gardens play pivotal roles in our lives and literature.