Why Chicago is Pizza City USA

Presented by Steve Dolinsky,
James Beard award winning broadcaster and author
and
Chef Peter DeRuvo,
Davanti Enoteca’s Corporate Executive Chef

Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 5 PM – 7 PM
Davanti Enoteca, 1359 W. Taylor St, Chicago, IL 60607
Street parking

Pizza samples will be served.
(All beverages and any extra dishes are at your expense.)

FREE! Limited seating available, please reserved via BrownPaperTickets.com

 

Steve Dolinsky and Chef DeRuvo will prepare Davanti’s traditional Neapolitan pizzas for people to sample as they regale us with Chicago and Italian pizza lore. Continue reading

High and Dry on the North Shore

Presented by Bill Savage

When the 18th Amendment was enacted in 1919, the fifth-largest industry in the United States became illegal.  While many parts of the country (including, famously, many north-of-Chicago suburbs) were already legally “Dry,” Prohibition changed the political and moral landscape of the nation, introducing intrusive federal law enforcement, a new kind of organized crime, and the “scofflaw.”  Continue reading

A Learning Tour: Civil War Camp Cooking Tour

Camp Cooking Tour meets at the information tent at 11:30 am.
All day event from 10 am until 5 pm
Saturday, June 30th, 2018

Event cost: $10. adults, $5 for children (4-17) and Senior Citizens (62+), and
Weekend pass: $15 (Saturday and Sunday)
One dollar discount by purchasing online or print a coupon:
Lakewood Forest Preserve
27277 N. Forest Preserve Road – Wauconda, IL 60084
More information here

Hear the crack of gunfire and the boom of cannons at the Lake County Forest Preserves’ 25th annual Civil War Days. Visitors of all ages are invited to explore the military and civilian camps to learn about life in the 1860s. Continue reading

A Tour of Kendall College’s ‘Culinary Curiosity Exhibition’

Victoria K. Matranga,
Curator

Please reserve to allow us to plan for an additional tour, if needed.

The Culinary Curiosity exhibition features devices and documentation generously donated by Mel and Janet Mickevic. Mr. Mickevic, was a food scientist, who inherited antique food preparation equipment from his parents and from Janet’s father, a candy technologist and researcher. Continue reading