Gallagher Way to Host Third Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony December 2
If you thought that after the official city tree lighting, the Magnificent Mile Lights Fest and this weekend’s neighborhood and suburban tree lighting festivals that tree lighting ceremonies for this season were over, you’d be wrong.
This Monday, December 2, Gallagher Way, in the heart of Wrigleyville will host its third annual tree lighting ceremony in the shadow of Wrigley Field.
Not only can guests enjoy the tree lighting, they can shop and chow down food and beverages at Christkindlmarket Wrigleyville, skate with Clark the Cub and enjoy performances from local groups.
Schedule of events
- Remarks from Chicago Cubs Board Member and Cubs Charities Board Chair Laura Ricketts
- Tree lighting
- Performances by Hamilton Elementary School, Senn Arts Advanced Vocal Ensemble, Chicago Red Line and a local synchronized skating team.
- Following the ceremony, the public is invited to skate with Clark the Cub.
If you haven’t been to the Wrigleyville neighborhood in a while, take time before or after the Tree Lighting Ceremony to take a look.
Check out the luxury Hotel Zachary on the northwest corner of Clark and Addison that is a beautiful place to stay or dine.
Then stop by one or more of the exciting lineup of restaurants and bars all just steps from Gallagher Way.
There’s Smoke Daddy, Brickhouse, Rizzo’s Bar & Inn, Big Star and Maddon’s Post plus a lot of old favorites including Cubby Bear, Murphy’s Bleachers, Irish Oak and Yak-Zies.
WHAT: Third annual tree lighting ceremony at Gallagher Way
WHEN: Monday, December 2, at 6 p.m. CST
For more information about the tree lighting ceremony and Winterland at Gallagher Way, visit www.gallagherway.com.
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