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Lake Park Golf Course is perfect for the young golfer who wants to play a shorter course with real bunkers and excellent greens. For the more experienced golfer, Lake Park is where you’ll want to practice your all-important short game. The 18-hole, par 3-course is 1,515 yards in length with holes ranging from 50 to 115 yards.
The Highlands of Elgin has become a premier destination for thousands of golfers throughout the region. Nine new holes reclaim an old stone quarry, and take maximum advantage of the unique and dramatic landforms that were left behind, including a twelve acre quarry lake. Four holes hug the top of the bluff thirty to forty feet above the water providing golfers with incredible views and numerous shot options on each hole.
In 1919, when the North Shore Channel was new, and the area surrounding it was largely unusable, some progressive and creative leaders of Evanston and Wilmette joined together with a vision for a golf course — not just any golf course, but one tailored to wind through our communities and provide a unique public golf experience.
Harborside International Golf Center, home to both the Port & Starboard Courses, has been Chicago’s home for golf since 1995. Located only minutes from Chicago’s Loop, Harborside offers the premier golf experience in the Chicagoland area. As the only facility with two of Golfweek’s “Best Courses You Can Play in Illinois” and the home to the most expansive driving range and practice facility.
Burnham Woods, named after Daniel Burnham, who is credited with developing much of the structure of the City of Chicago, has some of the biggest cottonwood trees in the state. Located in southeastern Cook County this course’s small greens, mature trees, and meandering streams makes for an excellent golfing experience.
Come see all the Cary Country Club has to offer from our rolling hills to our magnificent vistas! Come enjoy the spacious deck while enjoying lunch, dinner or a beverage of your choice. Cary Country Club offers golfers an array of shots and beautiful backdrops.Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Recently redesigned by renowned golf architect Dick Nugent Indian Boundary is a track suited for all levels of golfers. With its heavily-wooded layout and strategically placed water and sand the course is both scenic and challenging. Conveniently located in Chicago’s Northwest side Indian Boundary is Forest Preserve Golf’s most popular course.
Situated on land that once held the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893; the golf course opened six years later in 1899. The only eighteen hole golf course in the CPD Golf portfolio, the course meanders through the overall footprint of the 500 acre Jackson Park site. This includes mature trees, some newly renovated tee boxes, and large greens that all offer a challenging golf experience.
Makray Memorial Golf Club is a premier 18-hole championship caliber courses in Illinois, 7,000 yards with four sets of tees; lots of water, strategic bunkers, bent grass tees, fairways and greens, blue grass roughs and spectacular views. The course re-opened for play June 8, 2004.An Enchanting Experience begins the moment you enter Makray Memorial Golf Club. Our brand new 24,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse has the charm of an old world manor and spectacular views of the golf course.
Built in 1965 and purchased by the village in 1977, the Buffalo Grove Golf Club is one of the finest municipal facilities in the area. The course features bent grass greens that are complemented with bluegrass fairways and tees. A mix of mature trees, sand and water will challenge shot-making abilities of all skill levels. Buffalo Grove Golf Club can be played from 6883 yards to as short as 5983 yards. The course offers three sets of tees; the choice is up to you. Course amenities include a driving range, chipping green, putting green, locker rooms, and a full service restaurant.
A phenomenal golf course playing to 7,047 yards from the tips, Foxford Hills tests golfers’ stamina and shot-making savvy with intriguing 60 MacKenzie style bunker complexes and strategically placed water. Five tee placements per hole create a truly flexible, dynamic layout, while expansive bentgrass fairways and generous greens ensure all golfers can have fun here.
Located steps from Chicago's Magnificent Mile, the MileNorth hotel provides luxurious accommodations in a boutique environment. Explore Chicago's vibrant downtown from guest rooms featuring fresh designs and a sophisticated atmosphere. At the end of the day, enjoy an upscale dinner or drinks at the 52Eighty Rooftop Lounge, where you can relax and take in spectacular skyline views.
If you enjoy challenging greens and a not too overbearing of a course, you have come to the right place. Bloomingdale Golf Club offers an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all levels.
The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC), at 360 North State Street in Chicago, is an Illinois non-profit corporation and manages two subsidiaries --Museum.TV and the National Radio Hall of Fame (NRHOF) and its website radiohof.org. The MBC’s mission is to collect, preserve and present historic and contemporary and television content as well as educate, inform and entertain the public through its archives, public programs, screening, exhibits, publications and online access to its resources.
Located just outside the city of Chicago, the Leaning Tower of Niles is a half-sized replica of the famous tower in Pisa. It is made of steel, concrete and precast stone and is 94 ft (28 m) tall with a 7.4 ft (2.2 m) tilt. Completed in 1934 by Robert Ilg.
Internationally acclaimed and Grammy Award Winning singer/songwriter, LeAnn Rimes has been topping the national charts since the age of 13. See her at the Genesee for one night only where she will be performing your favorite originals and holiday hits. Enjoy songs of the season and her own songs like How Do I Live, Blue, Today Is Christmas and Holly Jolly Christmas. Tickets $38-$58.
With Windy City Playhouse is a new kind of theater. A theater where high art and high levels of entertainment combine – a space for friends to gather, colleagues to engage and strangers to meet, all in the name of art. Our primary creative endeavor will be live theater, but other contributing art forms will play a part. With the addition of visual art, auditory art, and the art of mixology, we will entertain and engage audiences in a new and holistic way.
Four-time Grammy Award winner and American Idol judge Keith Urban will bring his “ripCORD World Tour 2016” to the Allstate Arena on Friday, October 28 with Brett Eldredge and special guest Maren Morris.
Chicago Theatre Week is a celebration of Chicago’s world-class theatre scene. Presented by the League of Chicago Theatres in partnership with Choose Chicago, Chicago Theatre Week is returning for its fifth year and will take place February 9-19, 2017. This February, visitors and residents will again have the opportunity to choose from more than 100 productions and sample the extraordinary range of theatrical offerings in Chicago. February 9 – 19, 2017. $15 and $30 tickets (or less!)
Culture Club were one of the biggest pop bands of the 80s, racking up seven straight Top 10 singles in the US. Front man Boy George defined the band’s image with heavy make-up and a biting wit. Now see them at the Genesee performing some of your favorite hits like Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, Kissing to be Clever and I’ll Tumble 4 Ya. Tickets $45-$150.
Celebrating our 20th birthday this year, our Halloween Parade is known throughout the nation for its outlandish costumes, creative programming, and entertaining parade. With over 2,000 entries into our annual Costume Contest, be sure to join the crowd and see Chicago’s most amazing display of costumes. Your 2016 Northalsted Halloween Parade comes to Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood on Monday, October 31st – Halloween Night!
The first space in Chicago dedicated solely to the art of poetry, the Poetry Foundation building realizes Harriet Monroe’s dream, set out in her very first editorial, that Poetry magazine would help poets pursue their art, increase public interest in poetry, and raise poetry’s profile in our culture. It also is Poetry’s first permanent home in its 100-year history. Designed by the Chicago firm John Ronan Architects, the building helps the Foundation to carry out its mission: to discover and celebrate the best poetry and place it before the largest possible audience. The facility includes a 30,000-volume poetry library, an exhibition gallery, a performance space for the Foundation's extensive roster of public events and the Poetry Foundation's programming offices, including those of Poetry magazine.
Don't miss a minute of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey season, as the team pursues its dream of another Stanley Cup win. Home games at the United Center will thrill hockey fans of all ages.
Above and Beyond offers guests the opportunity to explore innovations in aviation and aerospace, from the first powered flights to space travel, through hands-on experiences and virtual simulations. In Above and Beyond, guests can learn about the scientific principles that allow us to fly and explore farther through exhibition features such as a group flying experience with motion-sensing technology that simulates the flight of a bird in a flock; a simulated space elevator that transports guests to the edge of space; a virtual design challenge that allows guests to create and race their own supersonic fighter-jet against other pilots; and more. Throughout Above and Beyond, guests explore the scientific concepts behind flight and learn how humans continue to discover innovative ways to fly faster and higher, challenging the limits of both our world and outer space.