I look forward to December in Chicago every year; not because I like the cold and snow but because of all of the activities packed into the month. There’s so much to do in the month of December with many events being free or low cost so most can take advantage of them! Here’s a list of can’t miss activities happening during December in the city! Christkindle Market Inspired by the Christkindle Market in Nuremberg, Germany, this free outdoor market takes place in Daley Plaza. Explore German food, drinks, shopping, and entertainment thru December 24th. You can also catch the market in Wrigleyville. Entry into the Christkindle Market is FREE. Dine at Time Out Market Chicago This food and cultural market brings the best of the city under one roof with a curated mix of 18 kitchens and three bars. Further, the 50,000 square foot space includes a demonstration kitchen, event kitchen, entertainment platform with bleacher seating, and an all-season rooftop bar. Get all the details here. One-of-a-Kind Show at The Mart Browse hundreds of …
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