10 Things to Do This Weekend: September 22-25 | Chicago news

10 Things to Do This Weekend: September 22-25 |  Chicago news

(Photo courtesy of Kyiv City Ballet)

1. crushed

Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up returns to Chicago for its fifth anniversary, offering attendees endless entertainment and extraordinary facilities to capture the perfect photo with friends and family. The pop-up experience is completely outdoors with music and fun activities like axe-throwing, a corn maze and over 10,000 pumpkins to browse and take home.

Details: Hours vary from Thursday to Monday, October 31, 1265 W Le Moyne St. $20 General Admission and Additional Packages /MAP (photo courtesy of Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up)

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2. Cook

The Chicago Gourmet Festival is a recipe for great cooks, delicious food and drinks and drops in the Midwest. This year’s delights include US Foods tacos and tequila, Buckhead Meat and Blue Moon burgers, and many other select dishes.

Details: Hours vary from Thursday to Sunday at various locations in Chicago. prices vary / MAP

3. Strolling

This weekend, take a stroll along the West Town Art Walk, where you can find all forms of art – visual, musical, culinary and more. Attendees can stroll through West Town’s shops, shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy all it has to offer.

Details: Friday from 5pm to 8pm, Saturday from 12pm to 8pm in West Town. Free entry / TICKET

4. Health

Goose Island Taproom hosts 312 Block’s party at its brewery for the weekend. The block party will feature a lineup of beer, food and, of course, music from the likes of Deer Tick, White Reaper, Bomba Estéreo, Nation of Language and more.

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Details: Friday and Saturday at 5 pm at the Goose Island Taproom, 1800 W. Fulton St. Free entrance / MAP

5. Boy Scouts

Cook County Forest Reserves celebrates National Public Lands Day with its own Reserve Party, which encompasses three forest reserves – Miller Meadow-South, Schubert’s Woods and Bunker Hill. Visitors to each of these locations can participate in hikes with naturalists to learn about the wildlife, receive spurge and seedling giveaways, live music, snacks, archery lessons and other nature-friendly activities.

Details: 11:00-15:00 Saturday at Millow Meadow-South, 1st Ave, South of Roosevelt Road, Schubert’s Woods, Sauk Trail, West of Ashland Ave., Bunker Hill, W. Harts Roadd, Southwest of W. Touhy Ave. For free.

6. Synthesize

The multi-Grammy award-winning Pacifica Quartet, along with violinist Almita Vamos and pianist Winston Choi, will open the Unity Chamber Music Series for the 2022-2023 season. They play quartets by Florence Price, Sergei Prokofiev and Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet by Ernest Chausson.

Details: 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at Unity Temple, 875 Lake St. Tickets range from $35 to $45 /MAP (Credit: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco)

7. observe

Elim Christian Services is celebrating its 26th Annual Dutch Festival with a free pancake breakfast, farmers market, Dutch village shops and fun musical performances. Next to it will be a food court full of Dutch and American cuisine, like bankers, hotspot, oliebollen, hamburgers and other goodies.

Details: 07:30-16:00 Elim Christian Services, 13020 S Central Ave., Midlothian. free admission / MAP

8. swing

Jazz music enthusiasts are gearing up for the Hyde Park Jazz Festival, which will return to venues in its namesake neighborhood with performances by alto saxophonist Charles McPherson, sound artist DJ Sadie Woods, guitarist Jeff Parker and many more.

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Details: 1pm-12pm Saturday, 2pm-7pm Sunday at various locations in Hyde Park. Suggested donation of $10 / MAP

9. Sasha

The leading Ukrainian company Kyiv City Ballet will perform for two nights at Chicago’s Auditorium Theater with a mixed repertoire that includes the new work Tribute to Peace created by artistic director Ivan Kozlov and associate director Ekaterina Kozlova.

Details: 7:30 pm Saturday, 3:00 pm Sunday at Teatro Auditorio, 50 E Ida B. Wells Dr. Ticket prices vary / MAP

10. Flavor

Craving anything and everything to do with apples? Watch the Midwest’s greatest tribute to the apple season as Apple Fest returns to historic downtown Long Grove. The festival offers countless apple treats from apple sangria to apple and goat cheese dumplings and entertainment with live music from various stages and a carnival for the whole family.

Details: One-11pm Friday, 10am – 11pm Saturday, 10am – 6pm Sunday in historic downtown Long Grove, 145 Old McHenry Road. Tickets $5, children under 12 free / MAP

Listed events are subject to change. We recommend checking times and locations before heading out the door. Would you like to share your upcoming events with us for consideration in a future round-up? Send us an email.

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