2 MIN READ – Get off your computer and take a break from the virtual world for a while with safe, in-person team building activities. Whether you go out for food, engage in competition with darts, go rock climbing in Maggie Daley Park, or run for the Lincoln Park Zoo, you’re sure to have a memorable experience. So reconnect with your coworkers and enjoy the warmer weather back in the Loop.
Take It Outside at Maggie Daley Park. It’s been a while since you’ve seen your co-workers in person. This spring, it’s time to reconvene and work as a team. Maggie Daley Park will provide the ultimate team building experience, including activities like mini golf, wall climbing, scooter and rollerblade rentals, all featuring a great ventilation system -- fresh air. They can personalize your team building event to your wishes. They also have 20 acres of greens space, ideal for lawn game tournaments. For more information, email email@example.com.
Flight Club is a multi-award-winning venue that offers social darts experience. This dynamic venue has 14 playing areas, called Oches, two bars, and a restaurant. The hot spot provides a unique social gaming experience, with multi-player games in semi-private playing areas. In addition to the fun and games in this venue, there is a great atmosphere, specialty cocktails, and delicious food. Flight Club has enhanced a typical game of darts with technology that allows 6-400 people to play at the same time. For the ultimate team building experience, Flight club is right on target.
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Chicago is known for its food, so indulge in great food and conversation on a Chicago Food Planet Tour in nearby neighborhoods like River North, Streeterville, and the West Loop. Sharing food can bring people together for a bonding experience, so savor relationships as well as what’s on your plate. Tours offer a local experience so that you can indulge alongside fellow Chicagoans. Learn more here. Check out other tours and attractions in the Loop here, including architecture boat tours, walking and bike tours, and more. Or create your own restaurant crawl by checking out where to dine in the Loop now, with up-to-date information on COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
Engage in a wild team-building experience while staying fit, embracing nature, and supporting the Lincoln Park Zoo by participating in their Virtual Run for the Zoo. Group registration includes a 20% off discount and access to a custom web portal to share photos, results, and information with your team. You can also take advantage of a 25% discount included in a two-hour reception in the zoo’s private event venue and animal houses. So break a sweat while remaining safe and maintaining social distancing. Take it at your own pace and run from Grant Park to the Zoo for the 5K, or go the distance and take the roundtrip route for the 10K competition. Participation begins June 5 and ends June 13. Email Christine Natarelli at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your group now.
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