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Celebrate the summer with Chicago Sustainability Leaders Network (CSLN) and Openlands! Come learn from our members about what makes CSLN unique among Chicago’s sustainability and environmental networks, hear a bit about our working groups, and share your own opportunity or idea for collaboration!

CSLN meetings are always free and open to the public. Our work depends on participation and collaboration from a diverse cohort of dedicated Chicagoans, so please come out and share your work and ideas with us!

Join Us After the Meeting for Fun in the Park

Weather permitting, a group will walk post-meeting to Millennium Park to mingle and hear live music from the Millennium Park Summer Music series! The night of our meeting is the Orchestral Interpretations of J Dilla, directed by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. The performances will feature the composed and conducted historic “Suite for Ma Dukes” in tribute to the transcendent modern hip hop producer J Dilla.

Those planning to join us in the park are encouraged to bring a blanket to share! 

Directions to Openlands (25 E Washington St #1650)

Sitting in the NE section of the Loop there are many train options. Washington/Wabash includes the Brown Line, Orange Line, Green Line, Pink Line, and Purple Line. The closest Blue Line stop is Washington and the closest Red Line stop is Lake.

The nearest major bus line hub is Washington & State (Stop ID: 448) which connects to buses 4, 20, 56, 60, 124, 151, 157, and J14.

There is a Divvy station at Michigan Ave and Madison St, a 3 minute walk from Openlands.

The Grant Park North Garage, located at 25 Michigan Ave, is close by to our meeting and after-event. Parking in the Loop can be expensive! Consider posting in the CSLN Facebook event for any carpool opportunities. Another popular alternative would be to use SpotHero.   

Please feel free to reach out to Caitlin at csarro@ica-usa.org with any questions!

Author: accele11