The View from 101 York: November 2020

Dated: November 1 2020

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Our November View from 101 York is typically filled with tree lightings and other holiday events. While most of the events below are virtual, we are pleased to provide information about these ways to celebrate the holidays in whatever ways feel safest to you and your family. 

Virtual Parties

Virtual Parties

Virtual Cheese & Beer Pairing
City Brew Tours

Vrtual Escape Room
The Escape Game

Movie Party
Teleparty


Holiday Fun

Holiday Fun

Holiday Magic at Brookfield Zoo
BrookfieldZoo
Check website for dates

Holiday Flower Show
Wilder Park Conservatory
Check website for dates

Virtual Tree Lighting
Wilder Park 
Dec 3


Holiday Shopping

Holiday Shopping

Santa's Workshop
Elmhurst Park District
Dec 4 - 6

European Christmas Market
Virtual holiday market in St. Paul, MN
Through Dec 24

Christkindlmarket
Virtual holiday market in Chicago, IL
Through Dec 31


Museum

Museum Outings ... or In-ings!

Sue Science Saturday
Field Museum
Dec 12

Christmas Around the World
Museum of Science and Industry
Nov 13 - Jan 3

The Louve
Visit Paris from Elmhurst
Always open


Please share any fun holiday ideas with us and with our audience by commenting on our Facebook post or emailing us at info@lwreedy.com

If you have questions about buying or selling a house or the real estate market during this period of uncertain times, please contact your LW Reedy real estate agent today. 

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