Friends' Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk: 1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre

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Tags: River Education and McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum

Spend your Monday lunches on the Chicago Riverwalk and gain perspective on river related topics.  We invite you to join us every Monday from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. to hear an expert tell you a little bit about the river, wildlife, or architecture along the river.  It is free and open to the public.  Join us on the museum's outdoor plaza on the Riverwalk. 

August 14, 2017
1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre by Author Patrick McBriarty, PTM Werks 

Here's the rest of the line up
Floating Gardens, Zachary Damato and Nick Weslet, Urban Rivers (8/21) 
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

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This series is in partnership with the City of Chicago and provides fun programming on the Chicago Riverwalk that can be enjoyed while actually sitting along the river. Come learn about our remarkable river.

Location: 99 E. Riverwalk