Sep
30
to Oct 28

Bridge Lift Breakfasts courtesy of Corner Bakery Cafe

September 30 – October 28 - Bridge Lift Breakfasts

Bridge Lift Breakfasts courtesy of Corner Bakery Cafe are back!

Plan a fun, unforgettable and rare experience your friends, coworkers or clients can only find in Chicago: watching the Michigan Avenue Bridge lift from inside the bridge tower while enjoying breakfast courtesy of Corner Bakery Cafe! The McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum invites you to reserve one of only five Bridge Lift Breakfast dates this year. Make your reservation soon – dates are going fast!

Dates available are:

  • Saturday, September 30th
  • Saturday, October 7th
  • Wednesday, October 11th
  • Saturday, October 21st
  • Saturday, October 28th

Call the museum at 312-977-0227 to make a reservation today. Saturday lifts begin at 9am and Wednesday lifts begin at 9:30am. Our Michigan Avenue bridge usually lifts 30-40 minutes after the beginning time.  

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Sep
18
to Oct 2

River Edge Ideas Lab

Chicago’s River Edge Ideas Lab is an initiative of the City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development in collaboration with the Metropolitan Planning Council, with generous funding from Comcast, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Related Midwest and The 601W Companies. Nine leading architectural firms with experience in developing innovative riverfronts, parks, and public spaces, were engaged to provide their visions for a unified aesthetic along Chicago’s riverfront.


Participating architecture firms include Adjaye Associates, James Corner Field Operations,
Perkins+Will, Ross Barney Architects, SOM, SWA, Sasaki, site, and Studio Gang. The design
concepts will be shared with the public in a one-of-a-kind exhibition that will run in
conjunction with this year’s Chicago Architecture Biennial, September 16, 2017 – January 7, 2018. A traveling exhibit will also be displayed at locations throughout the city.

The Bridgehouse Museum will be the first stop on the traveling exhibit tour running through October 2, 2017. 

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Aug
28
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

Join us on our last Summer Speaker Series of the season where we've heard experts tell us a little bit about the river, wildlife, or architecture along the river. It is  Monday from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. and free and open to the public.  Join us on the museum's outdoor plaza on the Riverwalk. 

August 28, 2017
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute 

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Aug
23
5:30 PM17:30

Asian Carp Cookout

Don’t let Asian carp take a bite out of the Chicago River or the Great Lakes- bite back! Now in its third year, Friends of the Chicago River is putting this notorious species where it belongs- on your plate. The Asian Carp Grill takes place on August 23, 2017, at 5:30 p.m., on the plaza of the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum, located on Chicago’s bustling Riverwalk. This summer evening features Margaret Frisbie, executive director, and John Quail, director of watershed planning, from Friends of the Chicago River, as well as a tasting of Asian carp, grilled by Dirk from Dirk’s Fish & Gourmet Shop. Join us to also celebrate the release of the Brandon Road study.

Tickets to this BYOB event are priced at $15 apiece, or two-for-$25, which includes after-hours admission to the museum. We also have a raffle for over $700 worth of prizes from Chicago Electric Boat Company, Metropolis Coffee, and Lou Malnati’s. Tickets are only $5 each or 3 for $10 to be purchased at the event. 

For tickets click here or for more information, call the museum director, Josh Coles, at (312) 939-0490, ext. 28.

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Aug
21
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

Join us on our last Summer Speaker Series of the season where we've heard experts tell us a little bit about the river, wildlife, or architecture along the river. It is  Monday from 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. and free and open to the public.  Join us on the museum's outdoor plaza on the Riverwalk. 

For this event, Todd Meyer from Forum Studio will join us. Please note the updated time due to the eclipse viewing afterward. 

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Aug
21
12:00 PM12:00

Eclipse Viewing at the Bridgehouse Museum!

On Monday, August 21st, we will be celebrating the solar eclipse on the plaza of the museum! Join us for our speaker series with Todd Meyer beginning at 11:15am. Here we will begin to pass out solar glasses courtesy of the Adler Planetarium and Wendella Sightseeing. Only 50 are available and it is first-come first-served. The Moon will begin to block out our view of the Sun at 11:54am. The entire eclipse will last over an hour and a half to complete. Bring a lunch! 

For more info contact Josh Coles (jcoles@chicagoriver.org) or call the Museum directly (312) 977-0227

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Aug
14
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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
August 21 TBD
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Aug
8
5:30 PM17:30

Tuesdays in the Tower

Friends of the Chicago River announces the first “Tuesdays in the Tower” after-hours event at the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on August 8th. Tying in with the Chicago Riverwalk’s 2nd Tuesdays, this is a unique chance to explore the Bridgehouse Museum after hours with music, drink, and prizes. Flapunco, a new Chicago band comprised of actress, singer-songwriter Lisa Zane and Spanish guitarist Rafael Vivanco perform on the museum plaza while guests explore the museum’s 5 floors and gear room.

Each admission will receive two drink tickets good for red wine, beer, hard soda, or non-alcoholic options. A raffle with prizes perfect for the summer include four tickets in a lower box seat for the Chicago White Sox and two tickets to Six Flags Great America. All proceeds support Friends’ McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum. 

Buy your tickets here

Contact Josh Coles for more information at jcoles@chicagoriver.org.

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Aug
7
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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. 

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Jul
31
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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. 

July 31, 2017
Water Quality and Testing Methods by Jennifer Wasik, MWRD (7/31)

Here's the rest of the line up:

1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre by Author Patrick McBriarty, PTM Werks (8/14)
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Jul
24
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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. 

July 24, 2017
Invasive Species in the River by Dr. Philip Willink, The Shedd Aquarium (7/24)

Here's the rest of the line up:

Water Quality and Testing Methods by Jennifer Wasik, MWRD (7/31)
1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre by Author Patrick McBriarty, PTM Werks (8/14)
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Jul
17
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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. 

July 17, 2017
Incorporating Native Plants into Urban Gardens by Kris Sorich, Chicago Department of Transportation (7/17)

Here's the rest of the line up:

Invasive Species in the River by Dr. Philip Willink, The Shedd Aquarium (7/24)
Water Quality and Testing Methods by Jennifer Wasik, MWRD (7/31)
1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre by Author Patrick McBriarty, PTM Werks (8/14)
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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Jul
10
12:15 PM12:15

Summer Speaker Series on the Riverwalk

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. 

July 10, 2017
Projects On and Along the River by Colonel Christopher T. Drew, District Commander, US Army Corp of Engineers

Here's the rest of the line up:

Incorporating Native Plants into Urban Gardens by Kris Sorich, Chicago Department of Transportation (7/17)
Invasive Species in the River by Dr. Philip Willink, The Shedd Aquarium (7/24)
Water Quality and Testing Methods by Jennifer Wasik, MWRD (7/31)
1812 Chicago: A Scalping, a Murder, and a Massacre by Author Patrick McBriarty, PTM Werks (8/14)
Riverworks: Art in the River by Professor Linda Keane, School of the Art Institute (8/28)

In the event of rain, follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.
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

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It's a New River Summer Cruise
May
30
to Jun 29

It's a New River Summer Cruise

Mark your calendar for the Friends of the Chicago River's Summer Cruise on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.  For the first time, we journey northbound past the North Avenue bridge to feature speaker pop ups on the new Riverwalk, urban design, transitions between industry and recreation. As such, this year's theme is "It's a New River". With food, open bar, and a surprise performance, Friends' Summer Cruise is generously sponsored by Presenting Sponsors PepsiCo and the Wendella Sightseeing Company, and benefits Friends' McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum.

You can buy your tickets here. Contact Josh Coles, jcoles@chicagoriver.org,  if you are interested in learning more about Cruise Sponsorship opportunities and the associated benefits including tickets. 

Presenting Sponsors:
PepsiCo, Wendella Sightseeing Company

Lead Sponsors:
The PrivateBank, Robert R. McCormick Foundation

Sponsors:
Clark Construction, The Wrigley Building, WSP USA, Entertainment Cruises, McHugh Construction

Boosters:
Thornton Tomasetti, Linn-Mathes, Continental Electrical Construction Company

In-kind Donations:
Inspired by Catering and Events, Seoul Taco, MillerCoors, The Lodge Management Group/the Redhead Piano Bar, ProArc

Lastly, to reserve your parking spot for the event, visit the Wendella Boats SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up. You can also use SpotHero to park all over Chicago – learn more here.

New to SpotHero? Download the SpotHero iPhone | Android app and enter promo code BRIDGEHOUSE5 for an extra $5 off your first park!

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May
20
10:00 AM10:00

Chicago Riverwalk Opening Day

photo by Jim Phillips

photo by Jim Phillips

View the Michigan Avenue bridge lift from inside the tower. Admission will be FREE all day. There will be a special water conservation exhibit on our Overflow Action Days initiative on the outdoor plaza with highlights on Friends of the Chicago River’s other programs, such as wildlife and habitat restoration. Weather permitting.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CHICAGO RIVER DAY

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Hiring for the Bridgehouse Museum Director
Mar
23
to Apr 22

Hiring for the Bridgehouse Museum Director

The museum director is an entrepreneurial program manager with advanced events planning experience who will continue to advance the reputation of the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum as a must-see destination while managing the day to day operations of the museum.

The museum director will have the unique opportunity to develop and implement a growth-oriented, dynamic annual operations and marketing plan, capitalizing on the Bridgehouse Museum’s incredible Michigan Avenue location, position on the Chicago Riverwalk, historic and environmental connection, and success to date. The director is responsible for ensuring that it serves the mission of Friends of the Chicago River and meeting the financial and programmatic goals of the organization.

Please submit applications to: jobs@chicagoriver.org

A full job description and application instructions are here.

 

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Bridgehouse Museum Wins Chicago Concierge Favorite Award
Jan
9
to Feb 28

Bridgehouse Museum Wins Chicago Concierge Favorite Award

It's official! The Chicago concierge community has voted us one of their 2017 favorites. On January 26, 2017, Concierge Preferred will honor the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum at their seventh annual Chicago Concierge Favorites Awards.

Read more about it here and keep the historic Bridgehouse Museum in mind for your next private rental event!

 

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Open House Chicago
Oct
15
to Oct 16

Open House Chicago

The McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum will offer free admission during Open House Chicago on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th, 2016.

The Chicago Architecture Foundation's annual festival is free and open to the public, offering behind the scenes access to 200 buildings across Chicago. See all the sites included in this year's festival here.

The museum will have extended hours for #OHC2016, from 9am-5pm both Friday and Saturday, with free admission both days. There will be a bridge lift on Saturday October 15th, so come early and grab your spot for this one of a kind viewing of the DuSable (Michigan Avenue) Bridge in action from our gear room.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Brews -n- Views at the Bridgehouse Museum!
Oct
13
to Oct 27

Brews -n- Views at the Bridgehouse Museum!

Join us in celebrating the fall season and kicking off Museum Week with Brews -n- Views at the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum!

The Bridgehouse Museum will be offering FREE admission from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday October 13th, 20th, and 27th! 

Each night of Brews -n- Views will also offer a FREE guided tour of the museum leaving at 6pm.

Add some culture to your happy hour and head down to the Bridgehouse Museum for this FREE BYOB event!

Tag us at #BHM, #bridgehousemuseum, and #towerturns10!

The Bridgehouse Museum relies on the generous donations of visitors like you to fund fun and free events like Brews -n- Views. We happily welcome donations in any amount. Thank you! 

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Chicago Museum Week
Oct
13
to Oct 23

Chicago Museum Week

Chicago Museum Week returns for its second year Oct. 13 – 23 with discounted admission, exclusive offers and special programs. During the 11-day celebration, Illinois residents will receive 10 – 25 percent off admission at participating institutions.

Museum Week is a celebration of Chicago’s museums and cultural destinations that connect us with art, culture, history, science, animals and nature. It’s a chance to discover a new museum in Chicago, or rediscover a favorite one.

Special offers and activities include discounts on general admission and memberships, fall festivals, artist lectures, extended hours, free tours, new exhibits, educational programs and giveaways. Details are available at chicagomuseumweek.com.

Use the hashtag #ChicagoMuseumWeek to follow the celebration and to share your own Museum adventures. Tag the Bridgehouse Museum with #BHM, #TowerTurns10, and #BridgehouseMuseum!

Participating museums this year include:

    The Adler Planetarium
•    The Art Institute of Chicago
•    Chicago History Museum
•    DuSable Museum of African American History
•    The Field Museum
•    Lincoln Park Zoo
•    Museum of Contemporary Art
•    Museum of Science and Industry
•    National Museum of Mexican Art
•    National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture
•    The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
•    Shedd Aquarium

New for 2016:

   Bronzeville Children’s Museum
•    Chicago Children’s Museum
•    Chicago Design Museum
•    DePaul Art Museum
•    Glessner House Museum
•    Haitian American Museum of Chicago
•    Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
•    Loyola University Museum of Art
•    McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum
•    Museum of Broadcast Communications
•    National Hellenic Museum
•    National Veterans Art Museum
•    Oriental Institute Museum
•    Smart Museum of Art

•    Swedish American Museum

Look for special daily themed photo challenges during #ChicagoMuseumWeek! Follow @ChicagoMuseumWeek and @bridgehousemuseum on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!

 

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Riverwalk Fall Festival October 7th-9th
Oct
7
to Oct 9

Riverwalk Fall Festival October 7th-9th

The first annual Riverwalk Fall Festival kicks off this Friday, October 7th! The festival features a pumpkin patch, decorating station, and specials and discounts at eight vendors along the riverwalk. The festival lasts all weekend, so come join us for some fun on Friday, Saturday or Sunday!

Check out these specials!

Wheel Fun Rentals: Pumpkin Patch

Island Party Hut: Pumpkin decorating and 15% discount to patrons of the Wheel Fun Pumpkin Patch

Cyrano's Cafe: Farmer's Market Sunday, October 9th

Mercury, Chicago's Skyline Cruiseline: Mention "Fall Fest" to get $10- off adult tickets & $5 off kid's tickets on the Urban Adventure Cruise

McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum: $1 off admission on Saturday and FREE on Sunday

O'Brien's: Pumpkin Ale & Irish Coffee

City Winery: 5 for 5 special tasting of 5 different wines for $5

Downtown Docks: Discounted boat rides & gelato! Free face painting. 

www.chicagoriverwalk.us

Tag us with #BHM, #BridgehouseMuseum, #TowerTurns10 and #ChiRiverwalk

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77 Beats
Sep
22
5:30 PM17:30

77 Beats

The Old Town School of Folk Music is creating a musical travelogue entitled “77 Beats,” designed to celebrate all 77 of Chicago’s ethnically-diverse neighborhoods. In consultation with community leaders, “77 Beats” will present a series of performances representing the music and culture of each neighborhood, paired with other cultural elements such as cuisine, visual arts and traditions in unique and unexpected locations, throughout spring, summer and fall 2016. 

Our McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum is excited to partner with Old Town and participate in #77Beats.  Listen to the tunes of Harmonica Hinds on the‪ #‎ChiRiverwalk‬ on a gorgeous summer evening. This is a BYOB event and food can be purchased on site from O'Briens Riverwalk Cafe.

Tickets are $5/adult; $4/child

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Buy tickets here.

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McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum 10th Anniversary Party!
Sep
16
12:00 PM12:00

McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum 10th Anniversary Party!

Join us on Friday, September 16, 2016 at 12pm to celebrate our 10th Anniversary! There will be cake and cupcakes courtesy of Swedish Bakery, free museum admission, and fun activities for the whole family! 

This event is free and open to the public. The festivities will take place on our plaza at 99 E. Chicago Riverwalk. For inquires, please contact the museum manager, Holly Prindle, at hprindle@chicagoriver.org or 312/939-0490, ext. 12.

 

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Asian Carp Grill
Aug
24
5:30 PM17:30

Asian Carp Grill

If you can’t beat it, eat it. Learn about this notorious invasive species and taste some too, thanks to Dirk’s Fish. Fun and informative, this is your chance to taste Asian Carp and ask your burning questions about it. 

Get more details and purchase tickets to the Asian Carp Grill here!

 

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Friends' Summer Speaker Series
Jul
11
to Aug 29

Friends' Summer Speaker Series

Friends of the Chicago River's free speaker series is back this summer, and we have an incredible line up of experts who will discuss the current issues and progress on the Chicago River.

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. Bring your lunch and colleagues, friends, classmates, or children. Come learn about our remarkable river. 

Starting July 11, talks take place every Monday, 12:15 -12:45 p.m., in front of Friends' Bridgehouse Museum on the Chicago Riverwalk, 99 East Riverwalk - it is free and open to the public.


Here's our line up:

  • The Chicago River's Economic Engine by Ernest C. Wong, site design group, ltd. (July 11)
  • Engineering Nature in the Chicago River by Greg Osborne, Epstein (July 18)
  • The Latest on the Riverwalk by Gina Ford, Sasaki Associates (July 25)
  • The Importance of the Michigan Avenue Bridge by Pat McBriarty, PTM Werks (August 1)
  • Turning Toward the River: Decades of Water Quality Improvements and Impacts on the Fish Community in Chicago Waterways by Jennifer Wasik, MWRD (August 8)
  • Invasive Species - Asian Carp by Dr. Philip Willink, The Shedd Aquarium (August 15)
  • Incorporating Native Plants into Urban Gardens by Kris Sorich, Chicago Department of Transportation (August 22)
  • Swimming in the Chicago River by John Quail, Friends of the Chicago River (August 29)

Check out our website  for speakers and more details. 

In the event of rain follow @bridgehousemuse on twitter for updates or call (312) 977-0227.

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77 Beats - Music on the Riverwalk
Jul
7
4:00 PM16:00

77 Beats - Music on the Riverwalk

The Old Town School of Folk Music is creating a musical travelogue entitled “77 Beats,” designed to celebrate all 77 of Chicago’s ethnically-diverse neighborhoods. In consultation with community leaders, “77 Beats” will present a series of performances representing the music and culture of each neighborhood, paired with other cultural elements such as cuisine, visual arts and traditions in unique and unexpected locations, throughout spring, summer and fall 2016. 

The McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum is excited to partner with Old Town and participate in #77Beats.  Listen to the tunes of Harmonica Hinds on the ‪#‎ChiRiverwalk‬
Listen to blues on the Riverwalk on a gorgeous summer evening
Buy pulled pork sandwiches from Tiny Hatt 

 

Tickets are $5/adult; $4/child

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Buy tickets here

 

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