CHICAGO (WLS) --A preview of the Chicago Flower and Garden Show and a look at some other events around Chicago for the weekend.
Chicagoland Family Pet Expo - Arlington International Racecourse
The Chicagoland Family Pet Expo at Arlington International Racecourse is one stop shopping for pet products and services, adoption information, demonstrations and more. You can check out more than 200 exhibits and live entertainment through Sunday.
Celebrate Mexico - Navy Pier
Navy Pier's Neighborhoods of the World Celebrates Mexico on Sunday with authentic music, dance and more in the Crystal Gardens from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
Lincoln Park Conservatory
Spring is in full bloom at the Lincoln Park Conservatory. Along with the beautiful azaleas, daffodils and tulips, the spring flower show features kites and sculptures through May 14.
Spring Flower Show - Garfield Park Conservatory
You can also check out the Spring Flower Show at the Garfiled Park Conservatory. This year's theme is spring training in honor of the Cubs World Series Championship, you'll see icons of Wrigley Field incorporated among the spring flower extravaganza. It runs through May 14. Admission is free to both Chicago Park District flower shows.
Destiny of Desire - Goodman Theatre
On the theatre best, the telenovela takes center stage at the Goodman Theatre with "Destiny of Desire." On a stormy night in a small town in Mexico, two baby girls are born, one to poverty, one to privilege, then secretly switched. Eighteen years later the girls meet, brought together by misfortune, or is it fate? "Destiny of Desire" runs through April 16.
Chicago Flamenco Festival - Instituto Cervantes
And on the dance beat, the Chicago Flamenco Festival continues at Instituto Cervantes of Chicago with performances this weekend and next.