Weekend Adventure Awaits
This weekend is looking like it is going to be a hot one! Concierge Unlimited International has some ideas of how to cool down or to make the most of out the sunshine.
Cold Downs Adventures:
Ice cream. You Scream, We all Scream..
What a perfect way to turn cool down with some good taste. Whether you are a classic vanilla lover or love to try something new. Chicago has all the hidden gems to bring down the heat with some cooling flavor.
Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE)
Tonight, throughout Saturday, July 19th at dusk set your eyes to clear view of the Northwest to find what astronomers call a great comet – Comet NEOWISE. A comet with a beautiful split tail that can be only enjoyed with an extra aid of binoculars. For More details check out Earth Sky.
Drive In! Park! Camera’s Rolling & Action!
Drive into Soldier Field with favorite theater candy ready! Game time is turning into Movie night for the stadium. Check out Beverly Hills Cops on Saturday, July 18 or Boss Baby on Sunday, July 19th at 7 pm. Tickets go for $55 per car include a bucket of popcorn and $1 from each ticket sold will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Enjoy the Sunshine Adventures:
Life’s a Picnic
Want to enjoy the sun but worried about the crowd. Pick up and go! Chicago is filled with hidden nature gems and to -go kits are featured in many Chicago restaurants. Pick up and enjoy the world around you at a safe distance.
Keep A Float
Who doesn’t love fun in sun on the waters of Chicago? What a unique way to experience Chicago that comes with a tour and a fun workout. Plan an exciting paddle down the river or on the lakefront. To a skyline paddle or historic Chicago tour, there are several tours options to set sail for.
Catch Some Out Of this World Views
This weekend and all next week catch sight of 5 out of 7 planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn as they can be observable without a telescope. In order to catch this experience, one must rise to the occasions – literally. Check out Forbes for details on how to plan your planet viewing experiences.
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