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But I like to listen to music more than anything else: the Phil Spector Christmas album [“A Christmas Gift for You From Phil Spector”], some Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra, maybe make myself feel smarter with some Bach. In New Orleans, where I live
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Chicago’s holiday season begins with the 103rd lighting of the city’s official Christmas tree , in Millennium Park, at 6 p. m. Nov. 18 and featuring a performance by the percussion ensemble STOMP. Holiday activities in the park include the McCormick Tribune Ice Rink (to March 5), Caroling at Cloud Gate (Fridays, Nov. 16), and visits with Santa Claus (Nov. 18, 24 and weekends Nov. Daley Plaza remains festive with the annual Christkindlmarket (Nov. 24), which brings a European tradition to Chicago. There’s also a Christkindlmarket suburban location (Nov. Now in its 16th year, Winter Wonderfest Navy Pier features lots of indoor family fun with carnival rides, giant slides, holiday-themed activities, a Chicago Blackhawks ice skating rink and more. The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival celebration features a tree-lighting parade down Michigan Avenue with grand marshals Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. Begins at 5:30 pm, Nov. followed by fireworks display over the Chicago River. So start planning your holiday fun with these additional suggestions:. Lincoln Park Zoo’s ZooLights: The zoo grounds are transformed into a land of twinkling lights beginning Nov. 25 and continuing Friday and Sunday until Dec. 4, then nightly Dec. 1 (with the exception of Dec. Brewlights (Dec. 1, $40-$60) is an evening to enjoy seasonal and international craft beers. There’s also a holiday market, photos with Santa, crafts, ice sculpture carving, carousel and train rides. Beginning Nov. 26 enjoy the ice rink at 2001 N. Clark. Brookfield Zoo’s Holiday Magic: The zoo is lit with more than one million twinkling lights including the Polar Lights show. Plus there are caroling to the animals, ice carving demonstrations, light shows, Santa and Mrs. Claus, live entertainment in the Holly Jolly Theater, magic shows and a model railroad display. Open Saturdays and Sundays Dec. 3-18 and daily Dec. Holiday Happenings at the Art Institute of Chicago: Christmas displays begin with the annual “Wreathing of the Lions” (Nov. 25) and continue with Holiday Choirs (Dec. 5-9), Holiday Throne Rooms and Neapolitan Creche (Nov. 8), Gingerbread House Decorating (Dec. 10, $55, $70), the Annual Holiday Treasure Hunt and Tea Party (Dec. 11, $20-$75) and a performance by the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Ryan Opera Center (Dec. 13, $5-$15). Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S. Michigan. Included with admission except where noted. Driehaus Muesum: Glitter & Gold Holiday Brunch features a buffet and music by the Festive Singers. Holiday Cabaret with jazz artists Dee Alexander and Marquis Hill. Santa Saturdays feature sing-alongs, art projects, storytelling and a complimentary family portrait. Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light at Museum of Science & Industry: An annual tradition began in 1942, Christmas Around the World features a 45-ft Christmas tree covered in 30,000 lights, surrounded by 50 smaller trees each decorated... Holidays of Light is a display that celebrates enlightenment including the Chinese New Year, Diwali, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, Hanukkah and St. Lucia Day. 8 at the Museum of Science and Industry, 5700 S. Lake Shore Dr. msichicago. Included with admission. Breakfast with Santa and SUE at the Field Museum: Enjoy a buffet breakfast in Stanley Field Hall before creating holiday crafts. Then get pictures taken with Santa, and his prehistoric pal, Sue. 10-11, 17 at the Field Museum, 1400 S. Lake Shore Dr. fieldmuseum. Holiday Breakfast at The Shedd Aquarium: Includes breakfast, a screening of “The Polar Express 4-D Experience” and a meet-and-greet with Santa. Follow these with a visit to the Polar Play Zone exhibit and the One World aquatic.
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