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  • Nocturnal Lands
    A night spent dancing to a DJ at the club burns calories and works up a sweat, so why not put the dance floor on a 5K course? That's exactly what Night Nation Run has done—participants run, walk, or dance their way through a race course illuminated by interactive light shows and pumping with electronic dance music from live DJs. After partying through multiple DJ stages, revelers finish at a raucous main-stage after-party. Headliner DJs soundtrack the event on the main stage while participants celebrate crossing the finish line as a member of the Night Nation.
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    7000 Harlem Ave
    Bridgeview, IL US
  • Fullersburg Woods Nature Education Center
    Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Fullersburg Woods Nature Education Center in Oak Brook. Head on over to the in-house restaurant for a delectable meal. Having trouble finding that family-friendly activity everyone will love? This club is made for all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3609 Spring Road
    Oak Brook, IL US
  • Lyman Woods Interpretive Center
    Downers Grove's Lyman Woods Interpretive Center is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter. Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this club 's restaurant. You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this club — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    901 31st Street
    Downers Grove, IL US
  • PAWS Chicago
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: PAWS Chicago facet_type_id: 48bb93c0-5f39-1032-a9df-086d220f7dea html_text: In 1997 PAWS Chicago set out to halt the unnecessary killing of thousands of homeless cats and dogs in the region, establishing a No Kill shelter and organizing public-awareness campaigns. More than 30,000 adoptions later, team members still visit Chicago Animal Care and Control six days a week to take as many pets into their care as they have room for, providing necessary medical attention as well as spaying and neutering services. The Lurie Spay/Neuter Clinic and GusMobile spay and neuter van serve the pets of low-income families and tackle the problem of animal overpopulation in city neighborhoods, catching, treating, and releasing more than 18,000 cats and dogs every year to prevent the unchecked growth of local animal colonies. Through the Adoption and Humane Center in Lincoln Park, PAWS also adopts out animals that enter its shelters. The center maintains a cage-free facility to ensure pets live in comfort and dignity until they can be matched with an adoptive family.
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    1997 North Clybourn Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Architecture Foundation
    The Chicago Architecture Foundation works to promote the city of Chicago as a major architectural center. Additionally, they provide a forum for professionals who are interested in or involved in architectural design. The Foundation encourages citizens to become involved in every facet of architecture including the design and engineering phases. The organization was formed in 1966 by concerned members of the community who were dedicated to preserving the Glessner House from demolition. Their successful efforts not only saved the private residence designed by H.H. Richardson, but also led to the founding of the organization. They offer regular exhibits and educational programs for adults and children and do accept all types of donations. They are located at 224 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois and continue to work in the community to preserve beautiful structures and educate the public on the intrinsic value of amazing architecture.
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    224 S Michigan Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • ROC Race 5K
    The ROC Race is a 5K fun run with a catch—a dozen of them, to be exact. Twelve giant obstacles stand in the way of victory, including a wrecking ball that threatens to knock runners off their path. The various challenges draw their inspiration from the world's most extreme game shows, where contestants have to run through tires, swing on ropes, and swoosh down giant slides. To make things even more exciting, ROC's organizers encourage participants to dress up in wacky costumes like tutus or outfits inspired by superheroes such as the Fantastic 5K Finisher. This epic event descends on cities across the U.S., welcoming runners ages 13 and up to fend off water and foam before greeting crowds of spectators at the finish line. A post-race experience keeps things going with even more foam and festivities.
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    333 W 35th St.
    Chicago, IL US
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