Things To Do In Arlington Heights


Three-Session Sewing or Quilting Class for One, Two, or Four at Linda Z's Sewing Center (Up to 69% Off)

Linda Z's Sewing Center

Arlington Heights

Expert instructors guide students through basic sewing projects or piecing together a quilt

$220 $75

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$34 for $57 Worth of Gymnastics — Rise Up Academy

Rise Up Academy

Arlington Heights

Come take a month's worth of gymnastics, tumbling, and trampoline or dance classes. See the website for class descriptions.

$57 $34

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Orange is the New Black's Taryn Manning at H.O.M.E. Bar on Friday, November 14 (Up to 40% Off)

Orange is the New Black's Taryn Manning Live DJ/Vocal Set

H.O.M.E Bar

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Multi-talented performer seen in “Orange is the New Black” shares shimmering dance tracks from her solo album

$20 $15

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5, 15, or 25 Krav Maga or K.O. Bag Workout Classes at YMA Krav Maga & K.O. Bag Fitness (Up to 89% Off)

YMA Krav Maga & K.O. Bag Fitness

Arlington Heights

Students rehearse real-life situations in krav maga classes; K.O. Bag Workouts challenge students to high-intensity cardio routines

$625 $70

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Four- or Six-Week Body-Transformation Program at Rush Performance: Personal Training Studio (Up to 77% Off)

RUSH Performance: Personal Training Studio

Multiple Locations

After attending a nutrition workshop and fitness assessment, clients enjoy unlimited access to body-sculpting group training sessions

$197 $49

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Five, Ten, or Twenty Functional Fitness Classes at Body Education (Up to 69% Off)

Body Education

Arlington Heights

Group functional fitness full-body workouts burn calories, improve hormones, boost immune systems, detoxify the body, and build muscle mass

$85 $29

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Ping pong balls ricochet off 10 tables arranged neatly within a 5,000 square-foot dedicated space, only to rise up and meet a whipping paddle that instantaneously reverses their direction, back over the net and across the table. The scene may conjure images of international tournaments, and for good reason: Joola Table Tennis Club, an official table and apparel sponsor of USA Table Tennis, was never bound to take the game lightly. Instead of limiting invitations to championship-caliber players, however, the club also invites mere mortals to take hold of a paddle, line up themselves up at a table, and try their hand at the challenging, fast-paced sport. Novices can enroll in private or group training with a professional, or even rent a robot for concerted stroke repetitions or practice shaking someone's hand. When ready to put their new skills to the test, players can also take on challengers during all-day open play sessions.

1257 East Rand Road
Arlington Heights,
IL
US

Mykl Howard, the owner and founder of Wholesale Sports Daily, has collected sports memorabilia since childhood. Over the years, he's watched the cost of authentic autographs climb so high, that common collectors are often left empty-handed. So Mykl used his knowledge of the industry to establish his own company, and built a team that truly knows the ins and outs of the sports memorabilia business. Mykl and his team not only pave the way toward more accessible authentic memorabilia?through direct sales, autograph signings, and other events with star athletes?but they pass their knowledge on to customers. The WSD team also protects items with framing services, meaning you don't have to swallow that signed photo and show it to your friends via X-ray.

525 West Golf Road
Arlington Heights,
IL
US

Cooper’s Hawk

Naturally, the chefs at Cooper’s Hawk have a sharp eye when it comes to wine pairings. Each of the restaurant’s contemporary dishes is crafted with a particular wine in mind, which makes plenty of sense given the fact that there’s a winery located just next door. Surrounded by oaken barrels and racks lined with glistening bottles, diners may be forgiven for thinking that they made a wrong turn and ended up in the winery itself. After your meal, see the real thing in the Napa–style tasting room, where you can sample up to eight different wines. The selection includes something for everyone, including graceful blush wines and cabernets whose flavors unfold like a novel scribbled on the wings of an origami crane.

798 W Algonquin Rd
Arlington Heights,
IL
US

The Chicago Cooking Expo packs 12,000 square feet of Arlington Park racecourse to the brim with culinary expertise, food trucks, and top local chefs on October 27 and 28. Local gourmands converge to nibble samples of international cuisines, sip wine and spirits, and indulge at a chocolate bar with chocolate fountains, crepes, cakes, and cookies. Notable foodies will sign autographs in a designated pavilion, and local culinary students will face off in skills competitions. Guests can take home more than just memories, as vendors will sell top-shelf cookware, specialty sauces, and gourmet chocolates. The Expo will also be taking donations for the Chicago Food Depository.

2200 West Euclid Avenue
Arlington Heights,
Illinois
US

The Great American Cooking Expo presents "It's Just a Taste: Food and Wine Festival" brings together celebrity chefs, culinary trendsetters, and food and wine connoisseurs for two days of eating, drinking, and education. The event fills Arlington Park Racecourse’s 50,000 square feet with delicious aromas generated by more than 100 exhibitors, who alternate between demonstrating advanced techniques and providing tasty morsels and wine samples for the crowds. While professionals show off the methods that produce exceptional flavors, more than 25 premium beverage manufacturers offer up the perfect wines to pair. They provide more than 125 wines to sample, along with ample spirits and cordials.

The event’s organizers hope to provide more than fleeting culinary satisfaction. They also organize stations to help generate menu ideas, teach specific recipes, or inspire visitors to find the perfect gift for a culinary-inclined friend, whether it’s a set of new pots or a kidnapped celebrity chef.

2200 West Euclid Avenue
Arlington Heights,
IL
US

Eric and Markay Suevel have run the eponymous Suevel Studios—a full-service glass studio that creates custom pieces and hosts classes—for more than 30 years. Both proprietors have practiced the art for decades, but their partnership marries two distinct approaches. Eric learned the craft at a young age from his uncle, and Markay possesses a liturgical perspective as an ordained minister with a master’s in divinity. They cut and fuse alongside a team of worldly and learned glassworkers, all of whom bring their own specific expertise to the table, whether doing restoration work or mosaics. The studio's stained-glass work lights up churches, homes, and restaurants as well as their students’ faces after they complete one of 25 classes. There, apprentices acquire the skills required to decorate household windows or liven up bland, translucent reading glasses.

870 S Arthur Ave
Arlington Heights,
IL
US

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