Celebrate Mexican Independence at the Mexican Independence Day Parade on Sept. 12th in Downtown Chicago.
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Celebrate Mexican Independence at the Pilsen Mexican Independence Day Parade.
Celebrate Mexican Independence at the 26th St. Mexican Independence Day Parade on Sept. 13th in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.
Celebrate Mexican Independence at the South Chicago Mexican Independence Day Parade.
63rd Street Holiday Parade will take place on Nov. 21st on 63rd Street from Tripp to Oakley in Chicago’s West Lawn neighborhood.
The 2009 St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place March 14th in downtown Chicago.
The 2009 Southside Irish Parade will take place March 15th in Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood.
Kids can join in the on the fun by marching in costume as part of The State Street Halloween Happening Parade on Saturday, October 24. The parade steps off at noon at the corner of State and Randolph streets. Following the parade, kids can enjoy trick-or-treating, a performance by Midnight Circus and a costume contestall at Pumpkin (Daley) Plaza.
Chinatown Parade celebrating Chinese Independence, the 98th Anniversary of National Day in Republic of China. Featuring parade a of patriots, marching bands, floats, lion teams, 100 ft. mystical dragon, and local schools.
The 40th Annual Chicago Pride Parade steps off from the corner of Halsted and Belmont at 12 Noon.
The Parade is organized by volunteers from the Chicago area who care about unfortunate children, promoting motorcycles, and having fun. Toys are given to the Marine Corps Reserve to distribute as well as riders who deliver them to hospitals, orphanages, schools and homes where the need is greatest.
The Bud Billiken Parade and Picnic is nations largest such event. It will have more than 350 units comprising of floats, marching bands, dance teams, vehicles, bands and national celebrities.
Meet the Bees at the Garfield Park Conservatory and learn how they make honey on Saturday, July 25 from 10a.m. – 3p.m.
Celebrate the holidays with the Lincoln Park Conservatory December 6, 2008 – January 4, 2009 at the Winter Flower and Train Show.
Watch as amazing ice sculptures are created right in front of you, meet a team of live polar huskies, and see birds of prey and other live animals. You can also make winter crafts, sip hot cocoa, and snowshoe, if there is snow.