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|Event:||TCW's Top Singles Party|
|Description:||Come mingle with 50 of Chicago’s singles. Today’s Chicago Woman presents our annual Top Singles Party, recognizing the 50 bachelors and bachelorettes featured in our February issue. (See all 50 of our singles here: www.tcwmag.com/tcws-top-50-singles-2011.) Emceed by NBC-5’s Ginger Zee, the evening includes a sponsored bar; premium raffle and silent auction including items from the Chicago Blackhawks, Furla and the Steppenwolf Theatre; fab appetizers from Chicago’s best restaurants; and late-night treats. All proceeds benefit the TCW Foundation, a 501(c)(3), all-volunteer foundation that raises grants for underfunded women’s and children’s charities in Chicago serving at-risk women and children, such as shelters for homeless and battered women, rape crisis centers, AIDS awareness and job training. (Note: This may be our Top Singles party, but don’t worry. Couples can get in on the fun, too.)|
Before February 28, 2011: $50.00
After March 1, 2011: $60.00
VIP tables: SOLD OUT •
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Roads leading to the W. K. Kellogg summer estate twist and turn with the lay of the land around Gull Lake. Cottages line narrow streets, marinas hug the shoreline and sailboats skim across the sapphire-blue water during the summer months as visitors make their way to this Michigan landmark located between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek.
Approaching the mansion, a beautiful Tudor style house built between 1925 and 1926, it felt to me like I was visiting a relative or lifelong friend instead of the home of the man who made dry cereal the mainstay of America’s breakfast table.
After all, we all grew up with Kellogg’s — the icons, commercials, and boxes of cereal and snack foods lining our pantry shelves.
Will Keith Kellogg and his second wife, Dr. Carrie Staines, built the house on the highest point overlooking the lake. The site includes a carriage house with chauffeur’s residence, a greenhouse with potting shed, a caretaker’s cottage, a boathouse, an authentic Dutch windmill and a lakeside pagoda — all situated on 32-acres.
Corey Sanford of Music Masters Entertainment Has worked on occasion at this venue and Highly recommends it for all events and weddings.
Children's Art Fair
Cathedral District Children’s Art Fair & Festival
Sunday September 23, 2007
The third annual Cathedral District sponsored Children’s Art Fair and Family Festival, showcasing over 600 works of children’s art, with students from K -12 grades, from 17 Chicagoland schools from throughout the city, will be held on Sunday, September 23, 2007, from 11:00-am-3pm on Superior Street between State & Wabash Streets, Chicago.
Come join us for this fun family day, with something to do for all ages. The DJ and MC will be Corey Sanford owner of Music Masters Entertainment www.musicmastersrock.com, Dance performances will be provided by All About Dance, a sing along with Joe Kroeger & popular magician, Sean Masterson, will be featured; Looking Glass Theatre will be performing a scene from Black Beauty. A face painter, balloon maker, caricaturist and a hair stylist will be available for the kids.
The children’s art is judged by some of Chicago’s finest with art aficionados from the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA). Numerous cash donations are awarded to the art departments, along with prizes to the student winners in each category.
The mission of the Cathedral District Association is to serve the Chicagoland community by providing an interfaith campus to celebrate the dynamic history, cultural contribution and diversity of the city.
Corporate benefactors and sponsors include the Omni Chicago Hotel, the Fordham Co., Chicago Chop House, Metropolitan Capital Bank, and Driehaus Capital Management.
For further information on the Cathedral District Association or the Children’s Art Fair, please contact Terri Ryan, Executive Director, Cathedral District at 312/726-4691.