The Randolph Street Market (that's located in the historic west loop location) will have great winter finds, unique treasures, and lovely romantic items available, at their upcoming event for the valentine enthusiasts. The Wonderful Winter Market event will take place on the steamy weekend of January 25th & 26th, 2014, and is located at 1340 W. Washington, Chicago, IL.
This warm hearted event will start at 10 am - 5 pm, has complimentary on-site parking, will provide free delivery for downtown locations, have a showing of beautiful & one-of-a-kind gifts , and has a scheduling of special passionate events planned for this themed occasion of love.
Look forward to the many activities designed for this red hot event including: romantic poetry in the making, performing of charcoal art, see live Latin music ( jazzing it up ), live disc jockey in the mix, dance to the beats, listen to decorating advice, find trending fashions, see beautiful collections on display, get up-to-date upcycling/recycling ideas, and other fun seasonal activities.
Make plans with loved ones to spoil yourself this holiday, enjoying browsing around, or take a relaxing stroll of the market searching for specialty items such as: hot cider, spicy foods, vintage sports finds, specialty item collecting, sip on special occasion cocktails, leaf through designer fashions, discover fine antiques, taste delicious chocolates, uncover hidden treasures, and much more.
General admission for this specialty event is $10, while children 12 and under are still free. Visit Randolph's website at http://www.randolphstreetmarket.com/ for advance discounted tickets.
Don't forget to bring in those heirlooms for onsite appraisals for free. Appraisals provided at the Worthpoint booth by acclaimed antique expert Martin Willis and registration is required in advance (for appointments email Laura@imapepilots.com).
Sports fans should visit Randolph's facebook page, and get in the contest for a chance to win the superbowl gift prize. Love is definitely in the air these days, at the Randolph Street Market.