Featured Events

FEATURED EVENT

Date/Time Event Partner
04/25/18
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
How to Become a Food Blogger
1871 - Merchandise Mart 12th floor, Chicago IL
Craveity Marketing, LLC
Are you an aspiring food blogger? Or perhaps you have an existing food blog, but want to learn more? We are bringing together a diverse group of food bloggers that are excited to share with you how they got started, what kept them going, how they built their following, and so much more.
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Date/Time Event Partner
05/22/18
11:15 am - 1:15 pm
Bitcoin Boom: Chicago's role in the Digital Currency Movement
Fairmont, Chicago IL
Executives' Club of Chicago
This panel of experts will detail everything you need to know about bitcoin, how to buy and trade it, the latest trends, and the revolutionary blockchain technology driving it.
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05/22/18
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
The Future of the Republican Party in Illinois
Maggiano's Banquets, Chicago IL
City Club of Chicago
A "conversation" with Pat Brady and Dan Proft. More like the "Thrilla in Manilla", or the "Rumble in the Jungle".
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05/22/18
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Small & Mighty Network - Job Crafting — Learn to Do More of the Parts of Your Job That You Love and Less of the Parts You Don’t
SketchPad, Chicago IL
Spertus Institute
Participants will learn to: Develop and advance their institutional culture Increase the efficiency of their teams Spend more time doing the things they love
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05/22/18
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
A Honeymoon that Never Was: The Chilly State of US-Russia Relations
Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago IL
Chicago Council
With renewed sanctions and collusion-related indictments dominating the news cycle, what lies in store for the future of the Trump-Putin relationship?
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05/22/18
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Chi Hack Night
Braintree, Chicago IL
Chi Hack Night
Chi Hack Night is a free, weekly event in Chicago to build, share and learn about civic tech and tools to create, support, or serve public good. Hear from interesting speakers, learn from each other and work on civic projects. Non-techies are very welcome!
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05/22/18
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Current Projects: New Buildings by John Ronan
Chicago Architecture Foundation, Chicago IL
Chicago Architecture Foundation
With award-winning projects like the Poetry Foundation and the Gary Comer Youth Center, John Ronan Architects has made a significant impact on Chicago. Get an update on the firm’s latest work from founder John Ronan at this exclusive event.
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05/22/18
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In the Shadows of Victory II: America's Forgotten Military Leaders, The Spanish-American War to World War II
Pritzker Military Library, Chicago IL
Pritzker Military Museum
Author Thomas Phillips visits the Museum & Library to discuss his second volume on some of America's forgotten Military Leaders.
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05/22/18
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Welcome to Refugeestan
Alliance Française de Chicago, Chicago IL
Alliance Francaise
Vieweing of the film, with Guillaume Lacroix, Consul General of France in Chicago and the United Nations Association USA - Greater Chicago Chapter
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05/23/18
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Celebrating Women in Innovation
Wintrust Grand Banking Hall, Chicago IL
Chicago Innovation
This annual event features a panel of successful women entrepreneurs and business leaders discussing the possibilities that lay where equality and innovation intersect.
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05/23/18
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Creating the Land of Lincoln
Newberry Library, Chicago IL
Newberry Library
Frank Cicero Jr. provides an appealing new history of Illinois as expressed by the state’s constitutions—and the lively conventions that led to each one. In Creating the Land of Lincoln: The History and Constitutions of Illinois, 1778-1870, he sheds light on the vital debates of delegates who, freed from electoral necessity, revealed the opinions, prejudices, sentiments, and dreams of Illinoisans at critical junctures in state history.
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