past events : Earth, Wine and Fire
“Remember, it is forbidden to live in a town which has no garden or greenery.” ~Kiddushin 4:12 (Jewish engagement laws)
Friday, April 22, 2011 / 6:30-11p.m.
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Illuminating AND entertaining.
Earth, Wine and Fire is a seductively ecological event; luring unsuspecting party goers through music, food, wine and green conversation, our goal is to have fun while learning about opportunities to be greener in the community.
Faith in Place will benefit from the proceeds of the event this year.
Price: $25 in advance; $35 day of. Includes: Entry, dinner, beverages (w alcohol and non-alcoholic options), appetizers, music, entertainment and full access to all Nature Museum exhibits! (Children under 12 free.)
What to Expect: Families of all ages are welcome. There will be Earth Day games and activities, as well as the entire Nature Museum exhibits open for enjoyment. If they so choose, party guests will be able to learn about local organizations working to benefit the environment, see beautiful creatures (such as the live butterflies in the beautiful butterfly haven) and enjoy engaging artistic expression (help paint a rain barrel!). Live music will be followed by two rockin Chicago DJs later in the evening.
Dress code: casual party attire.
Tickets can be purchased from the Earth, Wine and Fire website.