Fellows Dine & Dialogue: Gun Violence in America and Chicago

Wednesday, February 7, 2018
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Downtown Chicago

This is a Fellows-only event.

Topic: "Gun Violence in America and Chicago"

Hosted by: LGC Board Member Michael Small (Fellow since 1992)

This dinner venue is ADA accessible.

Registration for this event has reached capacity. A waitlist has been created for each Dine & Dialogue dinner in the event of cancellations. If you would like to be added to the waitlist for this dinner, please click hereLGC staff will contact you if space becomes available. Seats are reserved in the order in which they are received. 

In summer of 2017 we launched Fellows Dine & Dialogue, an intentional dining experience designed to convene and connect Fellows across classes and sectors. We are excited to continue this program in 2018 with our winter series of dinners taking place on February 67. 

These intimate dinners are hosted by Fellows in their homes or other private venues across the city and suburbs, and consist of groups of 8-12 Fellows engaged in a conversation around a specific issue. These events are for Fellows only, and FREE of charge.

Seats for each dinner are limited and reserved on a first come, first served basis. A waiting list will be created for each dinner in the event of cancellations. To allow as many Fellows as possible to participate, we ask that you register for one dinner per series. You will receive a confirmation email shortly after registering, which will include the address of your dinner venue.

Questions? Contact Ben Brownson at ben.brownson@lgcchicago.org

We look forward to convening with you!

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