The View from 101 York: December 2019

Dated: December 1 2019

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We are on the lookout for Santa from our view at 101 York! In the meantime, we've found many holiday light celebrations and fun plans for New Years Eve, both with and without the kids. 

Holiday Lights

Holiday Magic
Brookfield Zoo
Through Dec 31

Holiday-Magic Illumination: Tree Lights at the Morton Arboretum
Morton Arboretum, Lisle
Through Jan 5 

Zoo Lights
Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago
Through Jan 5 

Lightscape
Chicago Botanic Garden
Through Jan 5 



Kid-Friendly New Years Eve

Bubble Bash
DuPage Children’s Museum
Dec 31 

New Years Eve Dance Party
Legoland Discovery Center
Dec 31 

New Years Eve Bash
Kohl’s Children’s Museum
Dec 31 

New Years Eve Family Party
Elmhurst YMCA
Dec 31 


 

New Years Eve Without the Kids

New Year’s Eve Party
One Fifty One Kitchen Bar 
Dec 31

New Year’s Eve at Pints 
Sponsored by Gaming Goat
Pints
Dec 31 

No Cover New Years
Red Arrow Tap Room
Dec 31 

NYE Bash with KingFysher
Fitz’s Spare Keys
Dec 31 


Happy holidays and happy new year from all of us at LW Reedy. If you have any questions about the Elmhurst area or are planning to buy or sell a home in the new year, contact one of our LW Reedy agents today.

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