One of the surest signs of Summer is the return of Racing to Arlington Park Race Track. Opening day is May 3rd so hop on the Metra Northwest Line and be delivered right to their door. A day at the Track is a fun and exciting way to spend the day with friends & family.
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This Train Crawl would be perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. On this Bar Crawl you will hit 3 bars in 3 towns, all within 3 train stops. We included 2 Irish bars and one bar to get lucky in. Start this Crawl at Mr. D’s at Arlington Park where they feature Off Track Betting and you might get lucky enough to pay for the rest of your night.
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Grab a group of friends and meet in Palatine for this neighborhood bar crawl. These three bars are only minutes from the train and each other. They all have a relaxed, casual atmosphere where everyone feels welcome.
If you are passionate about the environment, come hang out with other “Green-minded” people, sip cocktails and mingle. Green Drinks is on the 1st Wednesday of every month from 5-7pm at Duke’s Alehouse. Every meeting features a speaker on a new topic.
While most people have heard of Arlington Park Racetrack, some may be surprised to find that there is a great sports bar located in the park that is open year round. Whether you are looking for a place to eat, drink, watch a game or place a bet, this bar has it all.
In the month of March everyone is a little Irish. Here is a listing of festivals and parades that will allow you to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day all weekend long. So don your green and get ready to party! We will keep you posted as more details are finalized for these events.
Don’t let another summer go by without visiting beautiful Arlington Park Racecource. The park has so much to offer with many activities geared for families, as well as groups of any size. Admission is affordable and with Metra stopping right in front of the park even getting there is easy.
Take the train to experience live theater, ballet, musical acts, family entertainment, comedy, original plays and old favorites, you can find it all. The venues are as varied as the acts and many are housed in beautiful historic buildings within minutes of a Metra Station.
Great bands (like headliner Foghat) and Pizza get together and the first Pizza Fest is born. Both Friday & Saturday will feature a fantastic music lineup, as well as activities for the kids. All within walking idstance of the train.