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Enjoy running? Join @MPICAC for their 5k Fun Run & Walk! Supports the MPI Foundation Education Endowment - details: http://t.co/dECCTDfFcF

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Meet Chicago Northwest Sponsors Inaugural MPI Chairman’s Challenge


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Double Road Race coming to you soon at the Odeum Sports & Expo Center! Mark those calendars for June 14.Double Road Race®

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An Evening with C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis, the famous British author, is hosting a group of American writers at his home near Oxford and they are about to be treated to his compelling fireside manner, the engaging warmth of his humor and the tender story of a man who found romance in his fifties. As one of the most influential thinkers of the day, he recalls the people and events that served to inspire his thought and shape his life. With an Off Broadway run scheduled for the Fall of 2015, An Evening with C.S. Lewis has proved again and again to be an enthralling theatrical experience. Discover the insights of a man whose collected works made him a literary giant of the 20th Century. Join British actor David Payne in his remarkable portrayal of the highly-revered author who gave us the Narnia Chronicles.


Prime and Wine

Featuring our million dollar burger. Morton's prime burger topped with Foie Gras, Black Truffle Butter, Braised Short Ribs, on a Brioche Bun. And a glass of Stags' leap winery, "The Investor",Red Blend, Napa Valley.



A Chicago Kids Company ProductionCinderella would love more than anything to attend the royal ball. With an evil stepmother and two wicked stepsisters, she is instead ordered around getting them ready for the big event. She is not allowed to go, but a surprise visit from her fairy godmother may mean all Cinderella’s dreams can come true. See this favorite story with fun music-filled twists.Recommended for grades PreK-3.