5 Things to do in the North Shore: December 16

Enjoy winter with new experiences to make your season bright! From cultural opportunities through food and festivals, to adventures in the arts, to exploring new areas and shops, there’s something for everyone. Here’s a round-up of five activities this weekend that we think you will love!

Listen to this ‘Second Hand News’

Celebrate the memory of Fleetwood Mac member Christie McVie by checking out Second Hand News: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac at SPACE this weekend. Hear some of the greatest rock hits of all time from a band of local artists who are ready to cause a ‘Landslide’ of fun! 
Date: December 16 
Time: 7:30PM 
Cost: $15+ 
Location: Evanston SPACE, 1245 Chicago Ave 
More info: eventbrite.com

Holiday Brass & Choral Concert

Celebrate the season by joining the Music of the Baroque’s Holiday Brass and Choral Concert at the Faith, Hope and Unity Church in Winnetka this weekend. You’ll hear classical holiday favorites from this incredible music collective.  
Date: December 17 
Time: 2:00PM 
Cost: $35+ 
Location: Winnetka, 191 Linden St 
More info: baroque.org

Wildcats vs Blue Devil’s Basketball

The Northwestern Men’s Basketball team is hosting the DePaul Blue Devil’s at the Welsh-Ryan Arena this weekend. Support your favorite Chicagoland school and cheer them on! Bring the whole family for this fun cross-town rivalry. 
Date: December 17 
Time: 1:00PM 
Cost: $20+ 
Location: Welsh-Ryan Arena Evanston, 2705 Ashland Ave 
More info: nusports.com

A Shopping Wonderland!

Celebrate this holiday season by checking out The 2nd Annual Holiday Market at Palmhouse. This eclectic winter market features gifts for everyone on your list. You’ll find home goods, baked goods, jewelry, and more. Don’t miss festive drinks to keep you cozy while you shop! 
Date: December 16-18 
Time: Fri 7:00 – 10:00PM; Sat and Sun 2:00 – 8:00PM 
Location: Palmhouse, 619 Howard St 
More info: facebook.com

Christmas Carol in A New Way

This isn’t your typical Christmas Carol… this production by Manual Cinema is told through a crew of actors, musicians, and puppeteers! This adaptation was first produced online and now is hitting the stage for the first time. This modern adaptation is sure to be unlike any version you’ve seen before. 
Date: Runs through December 24th 
Time: Varies by Day 
Cost: $45+ 
Location: Glencoe, 325 Tudor Ct 
More info: writerstheatre.org

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