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5 Ways to Ring in Spring

We’re wishin’ and hopin’ that the days of snow and sleet are behind us. Even if the mercury is still firmly below 50, here are five ways to embrace the new season (and take those first tentative steps back into the great outdoors).

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Spring Watercolor at Ingrid’s Originals

All skill and experience levels are welcome at this eight-week class that combines lectures, painting demos, and hands-on tutorials. Learn how to plan a painting along with specific watercolor techniques to produce unique results.

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Couples Cooking: Taste of Spring at The Chopping Block Lincoln Square

Grab your better half for an exploration through taste of spring’s best produce. You’ll prep (and eat!) watercress and radish salad, herb-crusted rack of lamb, strawberry almond cake, and more!

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Animals in Spring at Wonder Works Children’s Museum

‘Tis the season for birds to fly north, frogs to start singing, and butterflies to get hatching. Take your babies to meet some real live animal babies during a hands-on session at the Great Outdoors exhibit.

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Spring Bird Walk at Chicago Botanic Garden

Avian expert Alan Anderson will lead an adventurous group through the idyllic grounds of the Garden. Expect to spot late-winter birds and early spring migrants on a one-to-two-hour walk.

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Devil & The White City Tour with Chicago Hauntings

Grab some pals and brews, and BYOB for this combination bus-walking tour of the city in springtime, inspired by Erik Larson’s hit historical account of murder and intrigue at the 1893 World’s Fair.

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