606 Movers’ Guide to Chicago Festivals and Events 10/11-10/13

While summer is over, it doesn’t mean Chicago has closed down for the winter. There are still events happening throughout the city that may catch your interest. You may have to bundle up a bit more, but there is no need to stop having fun just yet.

4th Annual Campfire Festival

October 12th – 30thChase Park

4701 North Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

If you’re eager to get into the fall spirit, then this event is perfect for you. The 4th Annual Campfire Festival will transform Chase Park into a huge pumpkin patch where there will be live music, a corn maze, and so many more fun activities. Be sure to stop by this weekend but don’t worry, it’ll up for the whole month.

Lit & Luz Festival

October 12th – 19th

Multiple Locations*

Most events are free and open to the public Chicago is an amazing literary city, with bookstores and writers bring life into the city. This week, you’ll have another amazing chance to meet and listen to a wide variety of local and international writers and creatives. Lit & Luz started in 2012, largely focused on Latin American topics and writers. It has expanded and now includes multiple venues all throughout the city so be sure to check out their website for details.

Chicago Architecture Biennial

September 2019 – January 2020

Chicago Cultural Center – 78 East Washington Street, Chicago, IL 60602

If you’re a lover of architecture or just curious, be sure to go to this years Architecture Biennial. You’ll be immersed in not only architecture but ideas about planning, design, visual, policymaking, and activism. While the main exhibition is at the Chicago Cultural Center, there other iterations taking place throughout the city.

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