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Paula Friedrich

The Holiday Train, Macy's Displays And ZooLights: Play Chicago Holiday Bingo For A Chance To Win WBEZ Prizes

The holiday season is in full force, and there are a ton of Chicago-centric holiday traditions. So we created a bingo card to help you keep track of what you’ve seen this year.

Here’s how to play: Take photos of yourself completing the activities on the bingo card, then send photo evidence of your bingo to wbez.org/rundownbingo. Five random winners will be selected on Jan. 5 and will win a WBEZ scarf.



Chicago winter bingo card

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