Join us for Echoes of Chicago’s celebration of Chicago’s 177th Birthday! Come out and support our effort to showcase and promote Chicago culture, creatives, and innovators.
Echoes is an entirely volunteer-run organization. We invest our time and money to ensure the success of the organization, whose sole purpose is to support Chicago communities. Normally, Echoes events benefit other local non-profits. Happy Birthday Chicago is our annual fundraiser where we aim to raise funds to support and expand our future events.
Saturday March 29th, 2014
Hq: 1914 N Milwaukee 3rd Floor (sorry, not handicap accessible)
$10 suggested donation
Enjoy: Locally crafted beverages for a moderate donation, live music, displayed art, live art, live performances, a Chicago themed piñata, a free Chicago themed photo booth, Creative Corner, button making, and more…
Aisha Bell, Alan Cain, Ali Flamm, Anna Rybchenkov, Blair Rainey, Chris Gans, Christopher Breiler, Dexter Fabi, Frank Styburski, Genesis Pasquesi, Gerardo Villarreal, Isaac Israilevich, Jared Haberman, Jess Bryant, Juan Hubbard, Kathryn Budd, Lindsey E. Bates, Lisa Brosig, Matt Kuhlman, Melisa Monreal, Muhammad Naqee, Natalie Acosta, Nick Podraza, Nikki Proctor, Rae Bees, Patricia O’Neal, Peter Rybchenkov, Olga Knopf, Ramadi Asati, Samara Kaufman, Tiffany Suh, Tom Packard, Zach Knapp, Zaneta Blaszkiewicz
Burlesque Dancer, Lily LeBlanc, performing as Windy
Masters of Ceremony:
Chicago Ideas Week, Gepperth’s Meat Market, Half Acre Beer Company, Isla Filipino Restaurant, KOVAL Distillery, Pronto ‘Za, Silent Theatre Company, Revolution Brewing, SmallBar Division, Terry’s Toffee, The Spice House, Wheel of Time, Working Bikes
Our Beverage Sponsors:
Revolution Brewing, Half Acre Beer Company
Our Chicago Birthday Cake & Cup Cakes Confectioner:
Jessica Sweeney (email her at Jsweeney311@gmail.com if you’d like some of her delicious baked goods for your event!)
Echoes of Chicago is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening our community through the arts and innovative networking and cultural events.
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