If you're planning to head to Chicago's Thanksgiving Day Parade, here's what you need to know. First, did you know the parade started as early as the 1930's?! It's been a long tradition!
Many acts are participating this year like equestrian performers, dancers and giant helium balloons. The performers will stop at the main stage at Randolph and Washington so you can catch them there and of course you can see them along the parade route on State Street. The parade goes from 8-11am and you can catch it on WGN TV starting at that time as well. To get more info on parking, etc. click HERE!