You don’t have to be Daddy Warbucks to take your kids to see “Annie” at Paramount Theatre, 23 E. Galena Blvd., Aurora, this weekend. Chicago Parent Weekend E-dition readers can take $10 off their tickets this weekend. Friday evening the theatre is hosting a pajama party and will have free pizza and drinks before the show and milk and cookies during intermission. Readers will also be able to fly into the “Peter Pan” production next weekend with buy one, get one free tickets. Mention “Chicago Parent” when you order your tickets. For tickets and show times, visit the Web site, www.paramountarts.com/index.php. Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or with other offers.
This month Chicago Parent will be giving away family passes to the Zula Patrol exhibit at the Adler Planetarium. Each week during November three families will win five passes for admission to the exhibit and a Sky Show. To win, we’ll post a different question to answer on our discussion board every week. For this week, we want to know what planet your kid would live on if they had a choice. Because we are still having problems with our Web site, please e-mail your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, your Chicago Parent online ID and phone number. We will not release your information–it is purely for contact purposes. Winners will be chosen at random every Tuesday and may have no affiliation with Wednesday Journal Inc. or its employees. Zula Patrol will only be in Chicago for a few more weeks, so get these tickets while they’re hot!
This week, we have ten copies of the 20th anniversary edition of “The Princess Bride” on DVD, courtesy of MGM Home Entertainment to give away to Chicago Parent families. To win, e-mail email@example.com describing your family’s favorite wintertime activity. Please include your full name, your Chicago Parent online ID and phone number. We will not release your information - it is purely for contact purposes. Winners will be chosen at random on Tuesday and may have no affiliation with Wednesday Journal Inc. or its employees.
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