$11 Miller Lite Bucket
$6 Double Pints
$5 Glass of Wine
|Lucky Horseshoe Lounge|
6 Male Dancers starting at 8PM
$1.50 drinks all day
GAME NIGHT featuring $2 PBR and all vodka for $4.25
$3 Well $3.50 Pints of Miller Lite $3.50 Shock Tops
$1/2 Price Burgers $3.50 Stella Drafts
|Dick's R U Crazee|
$12 Smirnoff Tidal Wave Pitchers $12 Absolut Long Island Pitchers $5 Smirnoff Bombs $2.50 Miller Lite Drafts
|Phoenix Bar (Hunter's) |
$5 Vodka Redbull $4 Apple Puckershot
|Broadway Youth Center|
7PM-9PM: Q, a social group for young LGBT adults, ages 18 to 24.
DRAG BINGO w/ Darla Dae 10pm - Free Dance Lessons 7:30pm, country dancing 8-10pm, Dance Party w/Lulu until 4am
$2 well drinks, $2 draft pints, $4 Bacardi bombs, $13 Deep Eddy pitchers
$2 premium drinks w/Mz. Ruff N Stuff, show 11pm-1am
Followed by DJ Laura B
$5 cover after 8pm
|DS Tequila Company|
Monday Madness: 1/2 off all food after 5pm
$12 Sweet Tea Lemonade Pitchers
$2.50 Well Drinks
$3 Miller Lite Bottles
DJ Billy $1 Drafts
|Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)|
$11 Mix and Match Buckets
1/2 price martinis
|Davenport's Piano Bar Cabaret|
$3.50 Well Drinks Open Mic Night from 8pm-12am
|Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club|
Half priced drinks
1/3 off food menu
|Center on Halsted|
Charm School - Trans* style and etiquette 7PM - 9PM
|The SoFo Tap|
$5 Jameson Shots
$3.50 all domestic bottle beer
Resident VJ Riley York
Show Tunes 8pm-2am
Grab some napkins and sing along
3rd Monday of the Month Party
Trannika's Most Wanted Drag Show 8pm - 2am
Presented by Fireball
BLUE MOON PINTS WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE - $3.00
College Night first drink 50% off w/college ID, $2 well, $1 draft beer, $4 dom. pitchers
HamBINGO Mary's every Monday night at 8pm DOWNSTAIRS in the dining room
Buck Burger Night: Burger (or veggie dog) and fries for $1, 5pm-midnight
$4 Absolut Mandarin & cranberry
$2 off beer pitchers
|Farraguts on Clark|
$6 Pitchers of Miller Lite, PBR, and Leinenkugels
Saturday October 13th
Women's March Chicago March to the Polls 2018
Women's March Chicago (WMC) will once again take over Grant Park on Oct. 13, 2018, calling upon women and allies to come together and march as the polls open for early voting in Illinois.
Dubbed March to the Polls 2018, the event is a follow-up to the march held in January. As the assault on both women's rights and democracy continues in this country, women and allies are more united than ever in their focus on the 2018 elections. This rally and march is a critical next step in voter engagement, as women deliver on the promise that they are changing outcomes at the ballot box to protect a fragile democracy. This rally will reflect the power of the women's movement as we march and head to the polls in greater numbers than ever before.
The rally and subsequent march will be held Saturday, Oct. 13 at 9 a.m. and will honor first-time voters, while firing up thousands more as they head to the polls. Early voting will be open in downtown Chicago where Chicago and Cook County voters can literally "March to the Polls" and cast their ballots on Oct. 13.
WMC is building a special First Time Voter Experience to celebrate new voters, in particular young women, immigrants, and other youth. Participants will be identified through a coalition of youth organizers working with Women's March Chicago. Perks will include facetime with elected officials, VIP entertainment, a parade of young voters to the early voting site, and a celebration of their voting power from the main rally stage on Oct. 13.
March to the Polls 2018 will include special guest speakers and live musical performances, and will feature a new sponsor village in the rally area, where attendees will have access to participating candidates and sponsors in hosted booths. All campaigns will have an opportunity to take part in the sponsor village, along with local and national non-profit organizations. The day will culminate with a march through the streets of downtown Chicago to Federal Plaza, and access to the Board of Elections downtown early voting site.
"We know that hundreds of thousands of women and their allies are excited and energized to vote this fall, and the October march will enable us to come together and harness this energy and excitement and turn it into action," says Jaquie Algee, WMC Board member and March On Board President. "Women are organizing themselves and others to get to the polls, and Oct. 13 is an activation point for that in Chicago. WMC plans for this event to be particularly special for those who are voting for the very first time, at a time when every vote is critical."
WMC is a not-for-profit organization whose programming inspires women and allies to support women's rights and social justice and to share that message with other potential voters in their circles. WMC challenges the political system regarding issues affecting women, and is an affiliate of March On, the coalition of sister marches nationwide.
337 E. Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60602