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.
Earth Day is on Sunday, April 22nd. What better way of honoring our planet, than by going outside to enjoy it? Plan your next spring adventure, from bird watching to flower festivals, with assistance from your CUI Concierge!
Mississippi Palisades State Park
Located near the Mississippi River in northwestern Illinois, this 2,500-acre state park is a bird watching paradise.
National Cherry Blossom Festival
Enjoy rows of Cherry Blossoms in Washington, DC that honor the friendship between Japan and the United States.
A Wisconsin treasure, filled with 16 acres of outdoor display gardens and a tropical conservatory.
Every year Washington State’s Skagit Valley, blooms with fields of Tulips welcoming flower enthusiasts.
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.