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Category: Tavern Talk
Date: February 23, 2015 - 7:00 PM ( Ends 8:30 PM )

We love our flag, Chicago.  This beloved city symbol is a powerful display of civic pride and it connects us all.  As part of a five piece written and illustrated series created in collaboration with Phil Thompson of Capehorn Illustration and Choose Chicago, we’ll be hosting events at local drinking establishments – with an array of amazing partners – so that we can gather, grab a pint and dig deeper into each story. A City That Works and a City That Works TOGETHER!

We are gathering in the upstairs bar at Hopleaf, 5148 N. Clark St. to discuss the history and drinking connections to Stars 3 and 4 on the Chicago flag.  The 1893 Columbian Exposition and the 1933 World’s Fair will be highlighted in a conversation with author and Northwestern University professor, Bill Savage; historian, Paul Durica; Ray Daniels, Founder and Director of Cicerone Certification Program; Doug Hurst, Founder of Metropolitan Brewing; and Michael Roper, owner of Hopleaf.

Metropolitan Beer will be flowing!

This is a FREE event, but registration is required as space is extremely limited. Please register HERE.