"Building the Canal to Save Chicago" Food for Thought Lecture

Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 12:00pm -  2:00pm

Enjoy a simple lunch followed by an intriguing lecture to nourish your mind!

April's presentation by Richard Lanyon (author of 'Building the Canal to Save Chicago') will explore the construction of the canal that reversed the flow of the Chicago River. He will also provide insights into the North Shore Channel, built between 1907 and 1910.

Location Dickinson Hall
Contact Tara Purtell (847) 234-2209
Ages 50+
$15/$20 Non-Members
Registration is required and due by 4/19/19