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"From the gravity-defying design of 150 North Riverside to the award-winning Aqua Tower, it was amazing to learn how Chicago has become one of the most innovative and architecturally progressive cities in the world."
In this weekly news roundup, the Chicago design community counts down events happening around town to activities of note, and, of course, Chicago's First Lady cruising Schedule is featured.
Interested in Chicago’s diverse and iconic architecture? Spend part of your layover on the Chicago Architecture Foundation Center River Cruise.
Watch as Chicago wakes up with Chicago's First Lady's Sunrise Stretch Yoga Cruise!
"This 90-minute tour is brought to life by certified volunteer docents who share their passion and knowledge of more than 50 significant buildings along the route."
Highlights Chicago's First Lady Chief Financial Officer, Bob Agra.
"The cruise on the river, another way to discover the skyscrapers." This is a perfect way not to just gaze at the skyscrapers and architecture around you, but receive fun and informative stories behind each one of these unique buildings that help make Chicago so special
Chicago's First Lady is "the breeziest way to survey the city's famed architecture," according TimeOut.
"Groups booking excursions on Chicago's First Lady Cruises can experience it all, along with Windy City-focused food and beverage offerings, plus optional Chicago Architecture Foundation docent-led tours."
Chicago's First Lady is more than a place to get a river cruise, but a place to also book for special occasions and parties! Who wouldn't want the sparkling water of the Chicago River as their backdrop.
"He explains the differences between modern, art deco, and beaux arts architecture, giving a historical perspective and the backstory of Chicago’s most iconic buildings."
"See Chicago’s most iconic architecture from the water on an architecture boat," says Choose Chicago.