Close out the Chinese New Year with a marketplace featuring lion dances, music and more by local performers. Attendees will be able to enjoy food, calligraphy, puppets and trinkets at the Chicago Cultural Center. The event is hosted by the Chinese Fine Arts Society and admission is free.
As it turns out, some of the best things in life—or at least, some of the best things to do in Chicago—are free. There are plenty of free ways to occupy your time over the next few weeks, including ice skating and a handful of winter markets. Plus, don't miss out on gallery shows, concerts and other recurring events that won't cost you a dime. Ready to save some money? Check out more of the best free things to do in Chicago this month.
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