Living Outside of Ordinary: Week of 3/25

Living Outside of Ordinary: Week of 3/25

 

In the past month, how many days can you truly remember? On average, a few days, 4 or 5 if you’re lucky, stand out from the daily routines we all experience. That’s why Visit Champaign County is launching our new “Living Outside of Ordinary” Campaign aimed at residents and visitors as a means to encourage everyone to discover new places throughout the greater Champaign County area.

 

Each week, we’ll give you one thing to do each day, something Outside of Ordinary, to make sure you have a way to make each day memorable. We’ll be busy brainstorming over the next year to make sure you have ways to break out of the routine and immerse yourself in the amazing things happening right in your backyard. Some will be events, but others may be something as simple as getting outdoors, meeting a friend for a drink, or checking out a new store or restaurant. The goal is simple: when you’re Living Outside of Ordinary, you’re making memories, so we can all cherish each and every day.

 

A world class orchestra makes its way to Champaign this week, but if you’re more of a ski ball and craft beer kind of person, or maybe itching to see some new spring home décor, this week is yours for the taking! With things happening all over the greater Champaign County area, there are a number of ways to Live #OutsideofOrdinary this week!

 

Monday, March 25 – Grab some Illini gear on clearance at the U of I bookstore as they make room for spring attire!

 

Tuesday, March 26 – It’s Free Ski Tuesday at Pour Bros! Practice your ski ball skills with great craft beer and drinks!

 

Wednesday, March 27 – See the world class San Francisco Symphony at Krannert Center!

 

Thursday, March 28 – Set the alarm clock for the Early Bird Hike at Allerton

 

Friday – March 29 – Feeling sick of the same food routine? Go somewhere new for dinner!

 

Saturday, March 30 – Check out the Spring Open House at Prairie Gardens!  

 

Sunday, March 31  – See Shalom Bollywood, an interesting film about Jewish Indians and the influence of Bollywood, at the Art Theater!

 

For more tips on what to do, check our events calendar and request a copy of our Visitors Guide today!

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