Winter Walk on Wilson

winterwalkonwilson.jpgBusiness Partners, The Chamber for Uptown, invites you and yours to the 2015 Winter Walk on Wilson, Friday, December 4 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.

Visit any of these local businesses between 5 and 7pm for Live Music, Sweet Treats, Santa and more!

Everybody’s Coffee, 935 W. Wilson
Palla’s Grill, 4570 N Broadway
Aardvark Insurance, 1228 W. Wilson
Baker & Nosh, 1303 W. Wilson
Public Barber, 1319 W. Wilson
Heritage Outpost, 1325 W. Wilson

Be sure to stop by BAKER & NOSH for the tree-lighting ceremony at 7PM with State Representative Greg Harris.

Sample sweet treats courtesy of Uptown businesses and enjoy holiday-themed entertainment from local artists. Bring the kids, take a selfie with Santa and his elves, and stick around as we cap off the evening at 7:00 pm at Baker & Nosh, where we’ll light the Uptown Tree! Where you shop, eat, and hang out is what makes your neighborhood your home so be sure to Shop Local this holiday season! Uniquely Chicago, Uniquely Uptown.

Featuring performances by Irish Music School of Chicago, Uplift Community High School Band, The Chicago Artist’s Chorale, The People’s Music School, Wicker Park Choral Singers, The Crossing, Glenn Kaiser, and Side by Side.

Happy Holidays!

December 04, 2015 at 5pm - 7pm
Various businesses along Wilson between Sheridan and Clark in Uptown
Chicago, IL 60640
United States
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Business Partners, the Chamber for Uptown · · 312-731-6674

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