December 14, 2016 at AlleyCat Comics in Chicago.
9:00 – 11:00 – Battle of the Big Bands
11:00 – 12:00 – Classic Soul
$10 General / $5 Student Admisson
*Free parking on Ravenswood
*BYOB for 21+ (please read our policies here: http://trafficjamswing.com/policies/)
Arrive at the Ela Township Community Center at 3:30pm for a late lunch and to pick up your lanyard.
Registration while space available or Decemeber 20.
$130 Members / $145 Guests (Those who made a deposit owe $80/$95)
Fee includes: LUNCH AT ELA COMMUNITY CENTER, TICKETS AND TRANSPORTATION (Not included: Suggested $2-3 tip per person for the motorcoach driver)
Come for the 10am class and stay for the celebration to follow! Bring a paleo friendly dish that you’ve loved over the past few weeks or a new Paleo creation you’ve been wanting to try. Share the wealth of delicious food all while getting to know your new and old CrossFit buddies!
We’ll also be taking your final 6 week measurements.
Check out more information here, A CRAFT AFFAIR
CASINO SALSA CLASSES BY Edson de Cuba FROM 9:30-10:30PM
$10 COVER CHARGE/$5 REDUCE PRICE ON GUEST LIST
RSVP for Reduce Price All Night for you and each of your Guest!
RSVP FOR THIS EVENT HERE – http://www.4fantasticevents.com/rsvp-here
VIDEOS & MUSIC BY:
DJ Luis Molina
Great party and Great drinks specials. $10 COVER CHARGE ALL NIGHT (ON LIVE BAND NIGHTS! 2 Dance floors and plenty of FREE Street Parking after 10pm. Doors open from 8pm until 2am!
CELEBRATE YOUR PARTY AT CLUB 118
PARTY PACKAGES INCLUDES:
· VIP TABLES FOR YOU & YOUR GUEST
· BOTTLE SPECIALS
· COMPLIMENTARY BIRTHDAY SHOTS
· COMP CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE
(WITH PURCHASE OF 2 BOTTLES)
$150 ABSOLUTE & EFFEN VODKA
$175 GREYGOOSE, STOLI & BELVIDERE VODKA
$200 CIROC, PATRON & HENNESY
DAILY DRINK & FOOD SPECIALS EVERY SATURDAY
$5 Modelos, Dos Equis
$5 Well Tequilla Shots
CHECK OUT THE NEW EVENING SPECIAL DINNERS!!!
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS TODAY!
Call CANDI to set up your Party with us today!
We have food & drink packages as well.
CLUB 118 ( At Dylan’s)
118 S. CLINTON (ACROSS FROM PRESIDENTIAL TOWERS)
Chicago IL 60661
Please register your attendance and pre-select your lunch entree by clicking “Yes” on this page. The meeting and luncheon are complimentary to current members, but registration and the selection of your lunch entree in advance is required.
All members and guests attending this event, please register your attendance and select your lunch entree by Dec. 1 on the event brite link here:
You may also register a guest and invite your friends to join. It’s not too late to become a member! Membership information is available here:
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First, click “Yes” on this page. On the next page, click “Yes” again, and select “1” under the ticket type (member/non-member). Go to “Checkout,” and complete all required information, including choosing from among the entrees listed. (Tip: All will be delicious!)
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The East Bank Club is located at the corner of Kingsbury St. and Kinzie St., a few blocks from the Merchandise Mart station (Brown/Purple).
Parking is available in the attached garage (entrance on Kingsbury), and parking tickets will be validated at the event, for a reduced rate.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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Friends of Downtown
Silver Wrapper Presents…
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with support from
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3159 N Southport Ave
Chicago, IL 60657
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At 57th Street Books
About “We Hold These Truths” – In politics, as in life and love, victory and defeat aren’t always easy to differentiate.
In his timely debut novel, David S. Mitchell grants the reader unprecedented access to the provocative world of code-switching African-American Ivy Leaguers and the dark underbelly of Southern race politics as seen through the eyes of Al Carpenter. Al, an erudite and incorrigible law student, struggles to square the hopeful outcome of President Obama’s 2008 election with the prospect that many Americans don’t actually want the change they clamored for.
When he arrives in North Carolina to assume a senior position with a cash-strapped US Senate campaign, Al faces swift and unexpected resistance to African-American attorney Ron Johnson’s candidacy. By navigating the thorny maze of Tar Heel State politics and grappling with personal growing pains, Al finally learns to play the game. But can he change the game, or will the game change him?
About David S. Mitchell – David S. Mitchell received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Yale College and a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School. He lives in the District of Columbia, his birthplace, and comments extensively on the intersection of politics, race, and popular culture. To learn more, and to join the conversation, visit theauthordavid.com.
About “Pembroke” – With a population of about two thousand, Pembroke Township, one of the largest rural, black communities north of the Mason-Dixon Line, sits in an isolated corner of Kankakee County, Illinois, sixty-five miles south of Chicago. It is also one of the poorest places in the nation. Many black farmers from the South came to this area during the Great Migration; finding Chicago to be overcrowded and inhospitable, they were able to buy land in the township at low prices. The poor soil made it nearly impossible to establish profitable farms, however, and economic prosperity has eluded the region ever since. “Pembroke: A Rural, Black Community on the Illinois Dunes” chronicles the history of this inimitable township and shows the author’s personal transformation through his experiences with Pembroke and its people. A native of nearby Kankakee, author Dave Baron first traveled to Pembroke on a church service trip at age fifteen and saw real poverty firsthand, but he also discovered a community possessing grace and purpose.
Baron begins each chapter with a personal narrative from his initial trip to Pembroke. He covers the early history of the area, explaining how the unique black oak savanna ecosystem was created and describing early residents, including Potawatomi tribes and white fur traders. He introduces readers to Pap and Mary Tetter, Pembroke’s first black residents, who—according to local lore—assisted fugitives on the Underground Railroad; details the town’s wild years, when taverns offered liquor, drugs, and prostitution; discusses the many churches of Pembroke and the nearby high school where, in spite of sometimes strained relations, Pembroke’s black students have learned alongside white students of a neighboring community since well before Brown v. Board of Education; outlines efforts by conservation groups to preserve Pembroke’s rare black oak savannas; and analyzes obstacles to and failed attempts at economic development in Pembroke, as well as recent efforts, including organic farms and a sustainable living movement, which may yet bring some prosperity.
Based on research, interviews with residents, and the author’s own experiences during many return trips to Pembroke, this book—part social, cultural, legal, environmental, and political history and part memoir—profiles a number of the colorful, longtime residents and considers what has enabled Pembroke to survive despite a lack of economic opportunities. Although Pembroke has a reputation for violence and vice, Baron reveals a township with a rich and varied history and a vibrant culture.
About Dave Baron – Dave Baron is the author of the recently-published “Pembroke: A Rural, Black Community on the Illinois Dunes.” He is a constitutional litigator for the City of Chicago and graduated from the University of Notre Dame and Harvard Law School. Dave is also the chair of the Old St. Patrick’s Church Board of Advisors and lives in Chicago‘s Logan Square neighborhood.