3443 N. Southport Ave., (between Cornelia and Roscoe)
Wed, December 15th 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Hohoho! it’s that time of year again. It’s One Brick Chicago’s Annual Holiday Happy Hour Extravaganza: Island of Misfit Toys Edition!
Our annual holiday happy hour is always a fun time. Reconnect with your One Brick friends and make some new ones! Participate in this year’s Holiday Garb/Fashion-Challenged Sweater Contest! Make a Misfit Toy! Test your knowledge in our Holiday Trivia Contest!
With your donation of $20 to One Brick, you will get drink specials, cool prizes and lots of holiday cheer!
We also are very pleased that this year’s non-profit beneficiary will be the Comer Children’s Hospital at the University of Chicago Medical Center. With your donation of toy, we will knock off $10 of your cover charge.
And if you wear holiday garb (the crazier, the better!) – you will get $5 off your cover charge!
What we’ll be doing
Raising the roof, raising funds for your favorite Chicago volunteer organization, collecting toys, wearing ugly holiday sweaters, showing off our holiday trivia knowledge, making misfit toys and having LOTS of fun!
What you should know
Here is the Wish List and guidelines from Comer Children’s Hospital.
Teen Support Gift Cards (Target, Best Buy)
Toys and Activities
– UNO Cards (apparently – there is always a demand for UNO cards!)
– Art supplies and Craft kits (glue or paint must be non-toxic)
– Play Station II/III, X-Box 360, Wii & Game Cube games (rated EC/E/E10+/T)
– Nintendo DS Lite game systems and games
– New release DVD movies (Rated G, PG, PG-13)
– I-pods, MP3 players, portable CD boom boxes
– I-tunes gift cards
– musical and light up toys
– medical play kits
– African American baby dolls and barbies (all plastic)
– Action figures
– Matchbox cars
– Play Doh (small party size containers)
– “I Spy” and “Look and Find” books
– Bubbles in no-spill tumblers
– hand held electronic games
– Word search puzzle books, comic books and sudoku
– Board books – no fabric
– batteries – AA, C, D, 9-volt
When donating, we ask that all items adhere to the following guidelines:
– brand new (tags/packaging still on all items)
– durable and plastic
– non-edible (no food please)
In efforts to adhere to safety and infection control guidelines, Comer Children’s Hospital is unable to accept:
– fabric or handmade items
– anything with latex
– small rubber balls
– magnetic toys
– anything breakable (i.e. ceramic, glass)
– no candles