Home Builders Association’s Hosting Venetian Night Cruise

July 23, 2009

This weekend on July 25th beginning at 8:15 PM, Northern Illinois and Greater Chicago Home Builders Associations will be hosting an evening cruising on Lake Michigan for Venetian Night.  For $95 (late registrations) you can eat and drink all you like on Chicago’s Fair Lady, a recently renovated 79′ yacht.

Venetian Night is the longest running event that the City of Chicago produces, and was once a multiple day event that featured a beauty pageant and parade on State Street in addition to the lighted boat parade and fireworks show on the waterfront.

To join the area’s home builders associations cruise, sign up now as space most likely is limited.  Directions to the pick up point can be found here.   Don’t be late as Chicago’s Fair Lady boarding starts at 7:30 and the departs at 8PM so plan on taking public transportation.  If you must drive, parking can be found next to the launch at 111 E. Wacker Dr. (Illinois Center) 1st Driveway East of Michigan Ave.

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