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Mar 28   Updated Disability Rights Regulations Education Seminar - Rescheduled
The Updated Disability Rights Regulations Education Seminar has been rescheduled. Check our event calendar for updates on the rescheduled seminar. 

On Tuesday, March 28th, join us for an education seminar presented by Matthew Longo from the Chicago Commission of Human Relations (CCHR) Board of Commissioners about the approved updated disability rights regulations under the City's Chicago Human Rights Ordinance (CHRO). These newly revised regulations, effective July 1, 2017, are designed to improve citywide accessibility for all residents and visitors. 
Date:   March 28, 2017
Time:   09:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Location:   Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce
1925 N. Clybourn, Suite 301
Chicago, IL 60614
Fees/Admission:   Complimentary
Apr 03   Park West Community Association Annual Meeting
Join the Park West Community Association for their Annual Cocktail Party as they celebrate 60 years as a community association. 
 
Tickets include beer, wine and a light buffet.
Date:   April 3, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Location:   Basil Leaf Cafe
2465 N. Clark 

Chicago, IL 60614
Apr 04   Business Security Seminar
Please join us at one of our upcoming business security seminars to learn tips from security experts, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and community leaders to keep your business, employees and community safe. Both seminars will include the same speakers and topics. Business owners, managers and employees are all welcome to attend.
 
Speakers include:
  • 18th and 19th District CPD Business Liaisons
  • 43rd Ward Alderman Michele Smith
  • Anne Gruber, Ashland Lock & Security Solutions
  • Tom Stillwell, Urban Street Window Works
Date:   April 4, 2017
Time:   08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
Location:   Gaslight Bar
2450 N. Clark
Chicago, IL 60614
Apr 04   Wine Dinner Series: Honig Winery at Summer House Santa Monica
Summer House and Stella Barra present their Winter Wine Dinner Series, exploring an off-menu selection of Old World and New World wines. They are excited to welcome winemaker Michael Honig of Honig Winery for a multi-course menu paired with wines from this family-owned, sustainably grown and solar powered vineyard in Napa Valley, California.

Find out more information here
Date:   April 4, 2017
Time:   06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Location:   Summer House Santa Monica
1954 N. Halsted
Chicago, IL 60614
Fees/Admission:   The event is priced at $85 per guest + tax, gratuity not included. Space is limited! Please call 773-634-4100 or email Katie at kheika@leye.com
Apr 05   Business Security Seminar
Please join us at one of our upcoming business security seminars to learn tips from security experts, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and community leaders to keep your business, employees and community safe. Both seminars will include the same speakers and topics. Business owners, managers and employees are all welcome to attend.
 
Speakers include:
  • 18th and 19th District CPD Business Liaisons
  • 43rd Ward Alderman Michele Smith
  • Anne Gruber, Ashland Lock & Security Solutions
  • Tom Stillwell, Urban Street Window Works
Date:   April 5, 2017
Time:   08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
Location:   Tobacco Road Taproom
2249 N. Lincoln

Chicago, IL 60614
Apr 06   New Member Orientation

Meet, mix and mingle with fellow Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) members, board and staff at this quarterly breakfast meeting.
Join us to learn about the various membership benefits we provide, our mission and programs to help you achieve success and maximize the return on your investment with the LPCC!

You will also have an opportunity to network to start building mutually beneficial relationships to help to develop your business and gain name recognition. This event is open to new LPCC members and new employees of existing members. 


Sponsored By:
Gilaad Matar 

Date:   April 6, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Website:   http://www.lincolnparkchamber.com
Location:   Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce
1925 N. Clybourn, Suite 301
Contact:   For more information on this or any event, please call the LPCC Offices at (773) 880-5200.
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:   RSVP By Tuesday, April 4th:
New Member Orientations are free to members 
Apr 08   Marillac St. Vincent House of Cards

Join Marillac St. Vincent for an evening of games, libations, and revelry at the 5th annual House of Cards Casino Night, hosted by the Marillac St. Vincent Family Services Associate Board. 

Find out more information here
Date:   April 8, 2017
Time:   07:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location:   Chop Shop
2033 W. North
Chicago, IL 60647
Fees/Admission:   Tickets starting at $85/person
Purchase tickets here
Apr 19   Monthly Networking With Lincoln Park & Lakeview Chambers
New on the LPCC event schedule, please join the Lincoln Park and Lakeview Chambers of Commerce and the Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) at a monthly networking coffee at Diag Bar & Grill. 
 
These gatherings are a great place to develop new business relationships and exchange leads. Enjoy complimentary coffee and tea supplied by Diag. The event will be held the third Wednesday of each month. Both members and their guests welcome.
Date:   April 19, 2017
Time:   08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Location:   Diag Bar & Grill
2856 N. Southport
Chicago, IL 60657
Contact:   Please contact Laura Folkl, Director of Membership and Events, for more information
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:   This is a free event to members of the LPCC and Lakeview chambers and their guests.
Apr 19   CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee Meeting

Topic: Neighborhood Updates

CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy. This successful program is a partnership between the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and local communities. CAPS, which began in 1993, “brings the police, the community, and other City agencies together to identify and solve neighborhood crime problems, rather than simply react to their symptoms after the fact.” Read more about CAPS at the CPD website.

The idea of forming a CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee for Lincoln Park businesses came as the direct result from feedback the LPCC received from bar and restaurant members who wanted an ongoing forum to discuss items relating to the hospitality industry. The businesses also wanted a way to receive information in a timely matter about issues such as city ordinances, state laws, liquor licenses, security and neighborhood concerns. This subcommittee helps establish better synergy and communication between the City of Chicago, Chicago Police Department and Lincoln Park bar and restaurant owners and managers.

Date:   April 19, 2017
Time:   03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location:   Tobacco Road Tap Room
2249 N. Lincoln
Chicago, IL 60614
Apr 20   Business After Hours at Via Strozzi
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   April 20, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Location:  
​1971 N. Halsted
Chicago, IL 60614 
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before April 18:
$25 members; $35 guests

Pay at the door:
$30 members; $40 guests
Apr 23   16th Annual Earth Day at North Pond Nature Sanctuary
Volunteer to help your planet on Earth Day!
Join 100+ fellow park lovers to mulch trees, clean the park and other special projects.
Groups welcome with advanced notice
 
To sign up, contact:
Aaron Hammond
Natural Areas Site Manager/Nature Educator
(773) 883-7275 ext. 3
ahammond@lincolnparkconservancy.org
Date:   April 23, 2017
Time:   10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location:   North Pond Nature Sanctuary
Fullerton & Stockton
Apr 23   ArcLight Presents Architecture Afternoons with CAF: The Dark Knight

The Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) has partnered with ArcLight Cinemas Chicago to bring you an exclusive monthly film series that explores how filmmakers use our city and its architecture to tell extraordinary stories. The selected films will be screened and followed by a discussion and Q&A with expert panelists on compelling themes related to the film as they pertain to architecture and design, filmmaking, and Chicago.

 

The Dark Knight - Discussion topics: Location scouting, modifying architecture to create a mood, what makes Chicago recognizable as itself and what makes it “Gotham”?

Synopsis: Quite a few superhero movies have been filmed in Chicago. Batman and Superman are the caped figures seen most often in the city—Batman Begins (2005), Man of Steel (2013) and Batman v Superman (2016) all feature scenes filmed in Chicago. But it’s The Dark Knight (2008) that really uses a variety of the city’s architecture—few films explore more of Chicago than this blockbuster hit. It opens with an intricate sequence filmed at the Old Main Post Office, where the massive Art Deco building stands in for a bank. A chase sequence makes use of lower Wacker Drive and a parade marches down LaSalle Street, terminating at the soaring Chicago Board of Trade Building. The Chicago Theater also gets its moment in the spotlight. Modern buildings get a chance to shine, too—Batman rides his fancy motorcycle through Millennium Station and stands atop Willis (Sears) Tower to survey the city. The black exterior of the skyscraper even matches the caped crusader’s enigmatic look. Though The Dark Knight is set in fictional Gotham City, Chicago’s real-life architecture is instantly recognizable throughout the film.

Find out more information here

Date:   April 23, 2017
Time:   02:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Location:   ArcLight Cinemas
1500 N. Clybourn
Chicago, IL 60614
Fees/Admission:   Purchase Tickets Here
Apr 27   Wine Tasting, Cooking Demo, & Dinner with On Target Living and Sitka Salmon Shares
Join Kristen Brogan, registered dietitian, mindful eating expert, superfood chef, and author of Target To Table: Healthy & Delicious Meals One Superfood at a Time, as she invites you into her home for a night of fun, food, and flavor.  Kristen will help you to understand that in order to live healthier, you don’t have to give anything up, in fact, you can have even more. Kristen believes that food is our universal language and direct path for living a healthy and happy life.  Over dinner, Kristen will share the secrets for living better!
                     
Agenda (Optional BYOB):
 
6:30pm- Meet at Red & White Wines For Wine Tasting at 1861 N. Milwaukee Ave. http://redandwhitewineschicago.com/
7:00pm- Arrive at Kristen’s Home For a 3-Course Meal (Dinner is BYOB)
7:30pm- Sitka Salmon to Share Their Story
8:00pm- Dessert Cooking Demo & Tastings
8:30pm- Farewell & Goody Bags
 
Beverages
Ionized Water
This oxygenated alkaline- water keeps you energized and helps to balance the body’s pH
 
To Start
Pear & Candied Pecan Salad
Bibb lettuce with pears, blue cheese, candied pecans, red onions with a balsamic honey mustard vinaigrette
 
Main Course
Pesto Crusted Sitka Salmon
Pan-seared, topped with broccoli pesto, and baked to perfection
Pearl couscous & Figs (gluten-free quinoa option available)
Tricolor pearled couscous finished with black mission figs, greens onions, and pistachios
 
Dessert
Fruitilicious Upside-Down Cake
Who knew dessert could be so healthy? This cake is stuffed with fresh fruit and wrapped in a delicious date-nut crust.

Find out more information here
Date:   April 27, 2017
Time:   06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Red & White Wines
1861 N. Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60647
Fees/Admission:   $99/person
Purchase Tickets Here
Apr 29   Lincoln Park Conservancy 10th Annual Gala for Lincoln Park
The Gala Chairs and Committee invite you to join the Lincoln Park Conservancy at this fun evening to support the non-profit that supports your park!  This year’s gala will feature the music of Earth, Wind & Fire and dance music from the ’70s and ’80s by the Stitely Orchestra.  Your ticket includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and a three-course dinner with wine.
                               
Please plan to attend to support the Conservancy’s work to revitalize the North Pond Nature Sanctuary and re-envision its surrounding 36-acres of park land to ensure it remains a safe and healthy place of beauty and serenity for the people and nature of Chicago.
 
For more information on our 2017 event, including corporate sponsorship opportunities, please contact our office (773) 883-PARK or visit here.
Date:   April 29, 2017
Time:   06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Four Seasons Hotel Chicago
120 E. Delaware
Chicago, IL 60611
Fees/Admission:   $350/Person
Purchase Tickets Here
May 04   SBA Financing for Small Businesses Seminar
Join us for a seminar designed to provide a practical guide to business finance will be offered by Wintrust SBA. Tom Huffman – Senior Vice President at Wintrust SBA, will lead the seminar. He will explain how and where to obtain financing for prospective and existing businesses. Along with credit requirements, he will also discuss places to go for funding. Information on the U.S. Small Business Administration’s loan guaranty program will be presented. Tom Huffman will be talking about financing options available in all stages of the business cycle, including working capital, growth capital, acquisition, debt refinancing, restructuring.
Date:   May 4, 2017
Time:   08:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location:   Wintrust Bank - Old Town
100 W. North
Chicago, IL 60610
May 09   Employer Workshop Series: Beyond Facebook and Twitter: Using Technology in Recruiting
Date:   May 9, 2017
Time:   09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location:   DePaul Center
1 E. Jackson, DePaul Club, 11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604
May 11   Lincoln Park Uncorked 2017: An Armitage-Halsted Wine Stroll

Shop, sip, and stroll your way through businesses along Armitage and Halsted
 

The Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) is excited to welcome spring with Lincoln Park Uncorked: An Armitage - Halsted Wine Stroll. Enjoy red and white wine samples from Vin Chicago paired with delicious bites while strolling through one of Chicago’s most famous shopping districts in the heart of Lincoln Park.

List of participating business to come!

*This is a 21 and over event.
 

Date:   May 11, 2017
Time:   06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Armitage from Kenmore to Halsted, and Halsted from Armitage to Dickens
Fees/Admission:   $40 in advance
$50 at the door
Purchase Tickets Here!
May 16   Anixter Center Annual Benefit: Access For All
Save The Date
Tuesday, May 16 for Our Annual Benefit Honoring Chris Kennedy
 
6:00p.m. Cocktails
7:00p.m. Dinner and Program

Anixter Center is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the Chicago area serving people with disabilities and related challenges. 

Come enjoy an evening of networking and entertainment and become a part of the Anixter Center family. Your support helps children, teens and adults with disabilities soar to new heights.

Find out more information here
Date:   May 16, 2017
Time:   06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Morgan Manufacturing
401 N. Morgan
Chicago, IL 60642
Fees/Admission:   Tickets Starting at $400/Person
Purchase Tickets Here
May 18   Business After Hours at Birchroad Cellar
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   May 18, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Location:   Birchroad Cellar
1113 W. Armitage
Chicago, IL 60614

 
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before May 16:
$25 members; $35 guests

Pay at the door:
$30 members; $40 guests
May 18   Out at CHM: From New Town to Boystown to Lake View
Explore the history of the nation’s first officially recognized gay village. Examine the neighborhood’s underlying social tensions – historic and current – between the different groups of people who live, work, and play in Boystown, asking the question “Whose neighborhood is it, anyway?”

Find out more information here
Date:   May 18, 2017
Time:   06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark
Chicago, IL 60614
Fees/Admission:   $20, $15 members and students
Jun 07   Coffee Connection
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   June 7, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Location:   To Be Announced!
Contact:   For more information contact Laura Folkl at (773) 880-5200
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before Monday, June 5: $15 members; $25 guests
At the door: $20 members; $30 guests
Jun 14   CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee Meeting

Topic: TBD

CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy. This successful program is a partnership between the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and local communities. CAPS, which began in 1993, “brings the police, the community, and other City agencies together to identify and solve neighborhood crime problems, rather than simply react to their symptoms after the fact.” Read more about CAPS at the CPD website.

The idea of forming a CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee for Lincoln Park businesses came as the direct result from feedback the LPCC received from bar and restaurant members who wanted an ongoing forum to discuss items relating to the hospitality industry. The businesses also wanted a way to receive information in a timely matter about issues such as city ordinances, state laws, liquor licenses, security and neighborhood concerns. This subcommittee helps establish better synergy and communication between the City of Chicago, Chicago Police Department and Lincoln Park bar and restaurant owners and managers.

Date:   June 14, 2017
Time:   03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location:   TBD
Jun 14   Cravings on Clark 2017
Visit Clark St's annual restaurant crawl is coming back to the corridor with sweet and savory bites! Check out VisitClarkStreet.com soon for what retailers have in store during the night's festivities and for when tickets go on sale!
Date:   June 14, 2017
Time:   06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Jun 29   Employer Workshop Series: Launching an Internship at Your Organization
Date:   June 29, 2017
Time:   09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location:   DePaul Student Center
2250 N. Sheffield, Room 314A
Chicago, IL 60614
Jul 20   2017 Lincoln Park/ Lakeview/ Roscoe Village Joint Chamber After Hours

Join us for our summer Joint Chamber Business After Hours with the Lakeview and Roscoe Village Chambers of Commerce.

Sponsored By:

 

Date:   July 20, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Contact:   For more information please call Laura Folkl at (773) 880-5200
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:  

RSVP and pay by July 18:
$25.00/person

Pay at the door:
$35.00/person

Jul 25   New Member Orientation

Meet, mix and mingle with fellow Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) members, board and staff at this quarterly breakfast meeting.
Join us to learn about the various membership benefits we provide, our mission and programs to help you achieve success and maximize the return on your investment with the LPCC!

You will also have an opportunity to network to start building mutually beneficial relationships to help to develop your business and gain name recognition. This event is open to new LPCC members and new employees of existing members. 


Sponsored By:
Gilaad Matar 

Date:   July 25, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Website:   http://www.lincolnparkchamber.com
Location:   Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce
1925 N. Clybourn, Suite 301
Contact:   For more information on this or any event, please call the LPCC Offices at (773) 880-5200.
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:   RSVP By Friday, July 21st:
New Member Orientations are free to members 
Aug 10   Coffee Connection
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   August 10, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Location:   To Be Announced!
Contact:   For more information contact Laura Folkl at (773) 880-5200
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before Tuesday, August 8: $15 members; $25 guests
At the door: $20 members; $30 guests
Sep 13   Business After Hours
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   September 13, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Location:   To Be Announced!
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before September 11:
$25 members; $35 guests

Pay at the door:
$30 members; $40 guests
Sep 20   CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee Meeting

Topic: DePaul University Students

CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy. This successful program is a partnership between the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and local communities. CAPS, which began in 1993, “brings the police, the community, and other City agencies together to identify and solve neighborhood crime problems, rather than simply react to their symptoms after the fact.” Read more about CAPS at the CPD website.

The idea of forming a CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee for Lincoln Park businesses came as the direct result from feedback the LPCC received from bar and restaurant members who wanted an ongoing forum to discuss items relating to the hospitality industry. The businesses also wanted a way to receive information in a timely matter about issues such as city ordinances, state laws, liquor licenses, security and neighborhood concerns. This subcommittee helps establish better synergy and communication between the City of Chicago, Chicago Police Department and Lincoln Park bar and restaurant owners and managers.

Date:   September 20, 2017
Time:   03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location:   TBD
Sep 21   Lincoln Park Uncorked 2017: A Lincoln Avenue Wine Stroll

Sip, stroll, and nosh your way through businesses along Lincoln and Diversey with bites from your favorite Lincoln Park restaurants! 

More Details to Come!

 

    

The Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce is excited to be celebrating our 3nd Lincoln Park Uncorked: A Lincoln Avenue Wine Stroll. Lincoln Park Uncorked is a neighborhood wine stroll that combines delicious wine samples paired with local, complementary bites and showcases Lincoln Park businesses. 

*This is a 21 and over event.
 

Date:   September 21, 2017
Time:   06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:   Lincoln Ave from Fullerton to Diversey and east on Diversey
Fees/Admission:   Check back later to purchase tickets
Oct 25   Networking Extravaganza 2017

Experience a great night of celebration and conversation with business professionals from all over Chicago at this multi-chamber event! Twenty-two chambers of commerce will join in the festivities. Enjoy complimentary appetizers, wine, beer and soft drinks.

 

Participating organizations: Andersonville Chamber of Commerce, Business Partners - The Chamber for Uptown, Central Lakeview Merchants, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, Edgewater Chamber of Commerce, Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce, Lakeview Chamber of Commerce, Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Bend Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce, Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, Morgan Park Beverly Hills Business Association, North Center Chamber of Commerce, Old Town Merchants & Residents Association , Rogers Park Business Alliance, Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce, Six Corners Business Association, South Chicago Chamber of Commerce, Streeterville Chamber of Commerce, West Town Chamber of Commerce, and Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce.


 

Date:   October 25, 2017
Time:   05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Website:   http://www.lincolnparkchamber.com
Contact:   For more information, call Laura Folkl at (773) 880-5200
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay by October 23rd:
$25/person

Pay at the door:

$35/person
Oct 29   Clark Street Spooktacular 2017
Spooktacular is Clark Street in Lincoln Park's annual Halloween extravaganza! Participating businesses from Armitage to Diversey, and on the south side of Diversey from Orchard to Lakeview, open their doors to trick-or-treaters from 1:00 - 4:00pm on Sunday. October 30th! There will be plenty of spooks and sweets for your whole family!
 
Scarecrows on Parade showcases the creative and artistic sides of our Clark Street business owners! Merchants display a scarecrow in their window that they have designed and created, and customers, pedestrians, and event attendees pick the winners! Scarecrows will be on display on Clark Street from October 8th through October 31st.

All along Clark Street: Trick-or-Treating at participating businesses, jugglers, magicians & stilt walkers, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Date:   October 29, 2017
Time:   01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location:   Clark Street from Diversey to Armitage and the south side of Diversey from Orchard to Lakeview
Nov 07   New Member Orientation

Meet, mix and mingle with fellow Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) members, board and staff at this quarterly breakfast meeting.
Join us to learn about the various membership benefits we provide, our mission and programs to help you achieve success and maximize the return on your investment with the LPCC!

You will also have an opportunity to network to start building mutually beneficial relationships to help to develop your business and gain name recognition. This event is open to new LPCC members and new employees of existing members. 


Sponsored By:
Gilaad Matar 

Date:   November 7, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Website:   http://www.lincolnparkchamber.com
Location:   Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce
1925 N. Clybourn, Suite 301
Contact:   For more information on this or any event, please call the LPCC Offices at (773) 880-5200.
Email:   laura@lincolnparkchamber.com
Fees/Admission:   RSVP By Friday, November 3rd:
New Member Orientations are free to members 
Nov 15   CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee Meeting

Topic: Holiday Precautions & Updates

CAPS stands for Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy. This successful program is a partnership between the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and local communities. CAPS, which began in 1993, “brings the police, the community, and other City agencies together to identify and solve neighborhood crime problems, rather than simply react to their symptoms after the fact.” Read more about CAPS at the CPD website.

The idea of forming a CAPS Hospitality Subcommittee for Lincoln Park businesses came as the direct result from feedback the LPCC received from bar and restaurant members who wanted an ongoing forum to discuss items relating to the hospitality industry. The businesses also wanted a way to receive information in a timely matter about issues such as city ordinances, state laws, liquor licenses, security and neighborhood concerns. This subcommittee helps establish better synergy and communication between the City of Chicago, Chicago Police Department and Lincoln Park bar and restaurant owners and managers.

Date:   November 15, 2017
Time:   03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location:   TBD
Dec 07   Coffee Connection
Save the Date!

More details to come soon. 
Date:   December 7, 2017
Time:   08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Location:   To Be Announced!
Contact:   For more information contact Laura Folkl at (773) 880-5200
Fees/Admission:   RSVP and pay before Tuesday, December 5: $15 members; $25 guests
At the door: $20 members; $30 guests