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May 22, 2019

American English Benefit Concert for Hinsdale Humane Society

May 22nd, please join us for a fabulous evening with American English Beatles Tribute Band as they rock the Tivoli Theater to raise money for the animals and programs at Hinsdale Humane Society! Tickets are on sale now!

Where: Tivoli Theater - Downers Grove IL
Location: 5021 Highland Ave, Downers Grove, IL 60515

May 24, 2019 - May 27, 2019

VNC of Norhtern Illinois’ Memorial Day Field to the Fallen

Where: Cary IL
Location: Rt 14 & Jandus Cutoff Rd, Cary IL

May 25, 2019

The Paws & People Color Hustle

Paws & People invite you to join their fundraising event, The Paws & People Color Hustle. It will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at the Wolf Lake Pavilion in Hammond Indiana, from 9 am to 1 pm.

There will be vendors at the finish line to showcase what they provide to the community, as well as a kid’s zone for the little ones, with crafts and a bounce house! Compared to What? is the band providing entertainment. Bring your friends and family to join in supporting a great cause!

For more information on Paws & People and to register, please visit our website,


Paws & People is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides programs to help elevate the communities we serve by building and fostering relationships with people and animals so they can come together as a cohesive unit.

With our primary focus on compassion and respect for all, our “People” will experience a sense of accomplishment, while our “Paws” are loved and cared for so that ultimately, everyone can work together to become their absolute best.

Where: Wolf Lake Pavilion, Hammond Indiana
Location: 2324 Calumet Ave, Hammond, IN 46320

May 26, 2019

VNC of Northern Illinois’ Memorial Day Ride for the Fallen

No entry fee!

Ride kicks off at 11AM from Nikos Red Mill Tavern to Cary for flag display then back to Nikos Red Mill Tavern for music! 

Where: Niko's Red Mill Tavern
Location: 1040 Lake Ave, Woodstock, IL 60098

May 27, 2019

Arlington Heights Centennial Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony

Memorial Day – Monday, May 27, 2019

Memorial Day Parade steps off at 9:30 am – sharp (Arlington Heights Village Hall)

Memorial Day Ceremony at Memorial Park – 11:00 am  (Chestnut & Fremont Sts)


This Centennial marks the 100th anniversary the Arlington Heights World War I Welcome Home Parade held in 1919.

Where: Arlington Heights Village Hall
Location: 33 S Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60005

May 31, 2019 - June 9, 2019

Pivot Arts Festival

Pivot Arts Festival is a ten day celebration of contemporary performance in dance, theater, music and genre-defying works. Artists include exiled actor-musician Ahmed Moneka, playwright Seth Bockley, Chicago Fringe Opera collaborating with street dancers Brave Soul Movement, choreographers Ayako Kato, Erin Kilmurray and Brittany Harlin, and a night of Latin-X artists. Pivot Arts Festival runs May 31st through June 9th on Chicago’s Far North Side. Visit for more information.

Where: Chicago's Far North Side

June 1, 2019

2019 Chicago Undy RunWalk

The National Undy RunWalk is not just an opportunity to run or walk in your underwear. It is a family-friendly undy-themed RunWalk created by the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, with the goal to provide support for patients and families, caregivers, and survivors; to raise awareness of preventive measures; and inspire efforts to fund critical research.

Join the 2019 Chicago Undy RunWalk on June 1st – click here for more information.

Where: Lincoln Park
Location: Chicago

June 1, 2019

Chicago Undy RunWalk 2019

The National Undy RunWalk is not just an opportunity to run or walk in your underwear. It is a family-friendly undy-themed RunWalk created by the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, with the goal to provide support for patients and families, caregivers, and survivors; to raise awareness of preventive measures; and inspire efforts to fund critical research.


The Chicago Undy RunWalk event is a 5K, approximately 3.1 miles, and includes a one mile fun run, which is untimed. People of all fitness levels attend and all events are timed unless otherwise noted. There are medals for the top three finishers in each age group and all fundraising participants receive a pair of our infamous undies to run or walk in.


When:  June 1, 2019

Where: Lincoln Park South Fields
              1627 N Stockton Dr Chicago, IL 60614

Where: Lincoln Park South Fields
Location: 1627 N Stockton Dr Chicago, IL 60614

June 1, 2019

American Cancer Society North Central Cook County Relay For Life

Relay For Life is a unique 6 hour family-oriented community fundraising event. Some of the highlights of our Relay include a survivor/family reception, survivor and caregiver recognition and a luminaria ceremony, in which we honor and remember those who have battled this disease. Admission to our event is free! You can visit our onsite fundraisers (raffles, bake sales, food vendors, face painting… just to name a few) and enjoy free entertainment.


This inspiring event unites the entire community in celebrating those who have had cancer, remembering loved ones lost, and providing an opportunity to fight back against the disease. Relay For Life supports the Society’s mission to save lives by helping people stay well, by helping people get well, by finding cures and by fighting back.


To register or for more information, visit, call 616-551-4038 or email Alexandra Klomparens at And our Facebook page –

Where: Maine South High School
Location: 1755 S. Wolf Road, Des Plaines, IL 60018

June 2, 2019

Chicagoland VisionWalk

VisionWalk Gears up for 14th Anniversary Celebration to Help End Blindness

Visually Impaired Children, Adults and Families Unite at June 2 Event to Support Sight-Restoring Research

The Foundation Fighting Blindness’ 14th annual Chicagoland VisionWalk will include hundreds of participants walking to raise funds to support gene therapy, stem call and pharmaceutical-based research that holds the promise of saving and restoring sight for people living with retinal disease. Since their start, tens of thousands of people have participated in VisionWalk events across the country raising more than $48 million to fund sight-saving research.

“VisionWalk is more than a walk; it is a community event, a positive social institution for people of all ages to bring attention to the need for sight-saving and sight-restoring therapies,” says Michelle Nash, VisionWalk Chair. “VisionWalk provides an opportunity to further drive the conversation around the need to fund early-stage human trials for treatments that could one day end blindness.”

The Chicagoland VisionWalk will take place at Busse Woods, Ned Brown Meadow on Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 9 a.m. to help raise awareness and funds for sight-saving research for retinal diseases including retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, and Usher syndrome, which affect more than 10 million Americans.

The Chicagoland VisionWalk has steadily evolved into a significant fundraising mechanism aimed at funding cutting-edge studies towards preventions, treatments and cures of blinding retinal diseases. Helping fuel the surge in participants is the high interest among walkers who lead full and productive lives despite the challenges they have faced with vision loss.  Joining these participants are friends and loved ones helping to advance innovative treatments for curing blindness and looking towards a future of hope.

“Hundreds of walkers, many of whom are affected by, or have a loved one living with retinal disease, are expected at this year’s Chicagoland VisionWalk, “ said Steve Sroka, Associate Director of Events. “This year, we’re excited to feature live entertainment, bounce houses, balloon twisting, face painting, free lunch and more.

Events Calendar Information

WHAT:                       Chicagoland VisionWalk, Benefitting the Foundation Fighting Blindness

WHEN:                       Sunday, June 2, 2019
                                     Registration: 9 a.m. │ Walk Starts: 10:30 a.m.

WHERE:                     Busse Woods, Grove #28, Ned Brown Meadow
                                     Golf Road Entrance at Ring Road
                                     Elk Grove Village, IL

DETAILS:                   Detailed information and more information on how to participate is available at:
                                     Chicago VisionWalk

CONTACT:                Ashley Mooney, Event Assistant, 847-680-0100 or

Where: Elk Grove Village
Location: Busse Woods

June 2, 2019

Naperville Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit

Where: Benedetti Wehrli Stadium
Location: Naperville, IL

June 7, 2019 - June 8, 2019


The 2019 Homewood Artisan Street Fair is expanding its footprint and boasting 100 + artists from around the Chicagoland area and the Midwest on June 7 and 8. The Artisan Street Fair also features live music, a food court and food trucks and a makerspace tent packed with activities for all ages. The Homewood Artisan Street Fair takes place on Friday June 7 from 4 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vendors close up shop at 6 p.m. on June 8 for the after party featuring music and food from 6 to 9 p.m. The Homewood Artisan Street Fair takes place on Martin Ave. in between Ridge Road and Hickory Road. It is free and open to the public. There is also ample free parking and bike valet parking compliments of Good Speed Cycle need to confirm.

More information at 708-798-3000 or visit

Where: Martin Avenue between Ridge Road and Hickory Road
Location: Martin Avenue between Ridge Road and Hickory Road

June 8, 2019

Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk

Join the Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk!

This is not your ordinary 5K! The Brunch Run is a 5K (or one-mile walk) with a reward worth running or walking for. When you reach the finish line, you will be treated to an amazing brunch from Chicago’s award-winning Blue Plate Catering. That’s not all – every participant receives the following, a $67 value:

  • Signature Brunch ($30 value; check out our eight-entree menu here!)
  • On-Course Gourmet Surprises
  • Ice-Cold Beer from Revolution Brewing at the Finish (must be 21 years of age or older)
  • Mimosa Bar (must be 21 years of age or older)
  • Technical T-Shirt (gender specific)
  • Commemorative Medal

This year, we’re honoring those who are impacted most by Imerman Angels. Join us for this can’t-miss event where you can get involved with our mission and help us honor our Mentees and Mentor Angels! Your participation will support our FREE one-on-one cancer support services.

Join us so no one faces cancer alone!

As a special offer, use coupon code EARLYBIRD19 to get $10 off! Coupon expires March 8th at 11:59 pm. (Because the Virtual Participant and youth rates are already discounted, coupon codes only apply to in-person adult participants).

Where: Chicago Lakefront

June 8, 2019

Ready, Set, Brunch! – Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk

Registration for the annual Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk is now open! Bring your friends and family out to Montrose Harbor, Chicago, on June 8th for a fun 5K run or walk, one mile walk, five-star brunch, mimosas, beer and more as we celebrate our mission to ensure that no one faces cancer alone!

This year we’re honoring our Mentees and Mentor Angels with special amenities to thank them for being the most important part of the Imerman Angels family. If you’re a Mentee or Mentor AngelCLICK HERE to learn more about your special amenities. YOU are the guests of honor!

Register before March 12 and use code INSIDER for $10 off your full price 5K Run & Walk entry!

Where: Montrose Harbor
Location: 601 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613

June 8, 2019

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Fundraiser for Childhood Cancer

Alex’s Lemonade Stand will be setup outside of Harvey’s Tale bookstore near the corner of Third and James Street in the heart of Geneva. All proceeds will go to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation For Childhood Cancer. Come out and support a great cause! Please consume all lemonade before entering the bookstore. Look forward to seeing you!

Where: Harvey's Tale
Location: 216 James St Geneva IL 60134

June 8, 2019


Join “Team Citadel” at our 7th annual Shredding event to benefit local animal rescue groups. Bring your documents to shred, have some fun, and learn more about the local animals in need of your help! Several rescue animal groups come together every year to showcase their adoptable four-legged friends to the community for Shred4Rescues, hosted by Citadel Information Management, 827 Blackhawk Drive, Westmont, IL Saturday June 8, 2019 from 9:00am – 1:00pm Rain or Shine!

A pet-friendly company with strong involvement in animal welfare, Citadel’s annual event includes on-site document destruction, pet adoptions, games, and family fun. Those who attend can have their secure documents shredded for $4.00 per box or bag, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the rescue organizations involved in the event.

Citadel is active in their local community! Citadel works closely with community banks and organizations to host Shredding Events, allowing local residents to help protect them from identity theft, help ensure the privacy of their personal documents, and help the environment. AAA N.A.I.D certified, Citadel Information Management recycles 100% of all shredded documents, as well as 99% of all “end of life” products. Since 1985, Citadel Information Management has been a leader in information management services throughout the Midwest, and the nation.

For more information, visit our event page at

The press is always welcome to attend, and there will be ample adorable photo opportunities with the pets.

For more information contact Nicole Austin at (886) 798-7400 x 131 or by email at

Where: Citadel Information Management
Location: 827 Blackhawk Drive, Westmont, IL

June 8, 2019

Chicago Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit


Where: Horner Park
Location: Chicago, IL

June 11, 2019

National Latino Education Institute’s 47th Annual Dinner & Silent Auction

Where: Union League Club
Location: 65 W Jackson Blvd., Chicago IL 60604

June 14, 2019 - June 15, 2019

33rd Annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games

The Scottish Festival & Highland Games is the largest in the Midwest, attracting 10,000-15,000 visitors. All proceeds benefit the Chicago Scots, the oldest 501c3 non-profit in Illinois. The Chicago Scots’ principal charity is Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care, which offers a wide range of top-quality aging services, deeply rooted in Scottish values and informed by more than a century of experience.

Guests will feel like they’ve been transported to Scotland without having to travel far. The Scottish Festival & Highland Games features a variety of competitions and attractions:


Scottish Heavy Athletics, Bagpiping, Scottish Highland Dance Championships, a rugby tournament, a shortbread contest and a classic British car show.

Feeling competitive? Attendees can also get in on the fun – at the “Knobbly Knees” contest men strut their stuff in kilts while judges determine who has the knobbliest knees; at the “Haggis Hurling” contest women compete to determine who can throw a one pound, frozen haggis the farthest while standing on a whisky barrel; and the Haggis Eating contest is the ultimate challenge of the bravest and speediest diners.


Children’s area, music and libations, and Scottish Heritage – The Scottish History and Genealogy areas offer opportunities for guests to discover their roots and learn about Scottish contributions to the world. Another opportunity to connect to history and family is to visit to the Scottish Clans and learn the stories of Scottish journeys to America. At the Dogs of Scotland area, guests can enjoy some terrific agility displays and meet some furry friends – the Celtic canines. And for the shopper who’s looking for something unique, the Festival features a varied Celtic marketplace where you can buy (very nearly) anything Scottish…kilts, jewelry, soccer jerseys, almost anything made from tartan and, of course, haggis.

For information on tickets and pricing, visit

The festival is held at Hamilton Lakes, Itasca, Illinois, located at I-290 and Thorndale Avenue. Parking is $5 per vehicle for parking on both Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15 or guests may purchase a two-day parking pass for $8. Please note, parking passes are not available online and will need to be purchased with cash onsite.

Where: Hamilton Lakes
Location: Hamilton Lakes Dr & Pierce Rd

June 17, 2019

Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation’s 28th Annual “Play for the Cure” Game Day

The Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) welcomes summer with the annual Play for the Cure Game Day, the season’s finest sporting event, featuring a women’s round robin tennis competition, 18-hole golf experience and card games including canasta, mahjong and bridge. The event will be held on Monday, June 17 at Exmoor Country Club, 700 Vine Avenue, Highland Park and all proceeds will benefit breast cancer research and educational programs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University through LSCRF.


Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. to kick off the event-filled day featuring summer activities and games fit for every guest, including:

o Tennis | Women’s Round Robin begins at 10:00 a.m.

o Cards | Games of Canasta, Mahjong and Bridge games begin at 1:00 p.m.

o Golf | Golf shot-gun tee off starts at 1:00 p.m.


Lunch will be served at 12:00 p.m. and the day concludes with cocktails and dinner at 5:00 p.m.

Tennis co-chairs are Meredith Soren Freese and Ashley Netzky. Tennis sponsorships are available from the Grand Slam Sponsor ($2,500) to the Ace Sponsor ($1,000), with both sponsorship levels including lunch. A women’s singles ticket is $300 for one player and includes lunch.


Cards co-chairs are Nancy Golding and Ellen Soren. Card sponsorships are available from the Splash Sponsor ($2,000), which includes lunch, cocktails and dinner; to the Bids, Kongs and Pongs Sponsor ($1,500), which includes lunch. An individual card ticket with lunch, cocktails and dinner is $350 per player; an individual card ticket with lunch only is $250 per player.


The Golf co-chairs are Terri Lind and Lili Ann Zisook. Golf sponsorships range from the Double Eagle Sponsor ($7,500) to the Eagle Sponsor ($4,500) and the Birdie Sponsor ($2,000). An individual golf ticket is $900 and a golf ticket for under 45 years is $550 per player. All golf sponsorships and tickets include lunch, cocktails and dinner.


Play for the Cure Game Day sponsor is the Mazzetta Company, LLC. and additional sponsors include At Properties and Resnick Automotive Group. Pink Ribbon Play for the Cure Game Day $10,000 sponsorships are still available.


For more information regarding tickets and sponsorships, call 312.694.1465 or email Kristen Wuerl at

Where: Exmoor Country Club
Location: 700 Vine Avenue, Highland Park

June 22, 2019

TS Alliance of Chicago Steps Forward For Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Cure

16th Annual Walk-a-Thon Scheduled to Raise Funds and Disease Awareness
Mundelein, IL — On June 22 local volunteers, families and supporters will participate in the 16th annual community walkathon entitled, Step Forward to Cure Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. The event takes place rain or shine at Carmel High School at 1 Carmel Parkway Mundelein, IL 60060, with registration beginning at 10 am and the walk at 11 am.  All proceeds benefit the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (TS Alliance).  Step Forward to Cure Tuberous Sclerosis Complex was created to raise awareness of tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), a sometimes devastating genetic disorder, while generating the funds critical to identifying effective treatments and an eventual cure.
Walkers can register to participate in person on walk day or in advance at While registration is free, prizes will be awarded to the top three individual fundraisers. All walkers raising at least $100 will receive a Step Forward to Cure TSC t-shirt. In addition to the walk itself, participants may enjoy a raffle/silent auction, face painting, a balloon artist, a kids’ corner, a variety of food, a DJ and booths hosted by local sponsors.
Last year’s local fundraising goal was $60,000; however, the approximately 200 people who participated raised $71,222! This year’s Chicago walk goal is again $60,000.
For more information about the TS Alliance or TSC, visit or call (800) 225-6872. For Step Forward to Cure TSC volunteer and event sponsorship opportunities, contact Jacqueline Wolak at
Where: Carmel High School
Location: 1 Carmel Parkway Mundelein, IL 60060

June 23, 2019

Fishing with Friends at McHenry Dam

Where: McHenry Dam
Location: 2711 McHenry Dam Road, McHenry IL

June 23, 2019

Glenview Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit

Where: Gallery Park in The Glen
Location: Glenview, IL

June 26, 2019

The Lynn Sage Foundation Associate Board Summer Toast

Please join Summer Toast, The Lynn Sage Foundation Associate Board happy hour, on June 26th at Joy District.  This festive annual event for young professionals and those simply young-at-heart provides a warm welcome to summer in Chicago.  Summer Toast features the opportunity to meet current Lynn Sage Scholar, Dr. Zhe Ji, delicious bites and drinks, and a fabulous raffle in support of innovative breast cancer research.


Early bird tickets are only $45 until May 20th and include two drinks, passed hors d’oeuvres and much merriment. For more information, vist

Where: Joy District
Location: 112 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL 60654

July 12, 2019 - July 14, 2019

Square Roots Craft Brew & Music Festival

The Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce (LSRCC) and Old Town School of Folk Music (OTSFM) present the 8th Annual Square Roots craft beer and music experience in Chicago’s historic Lincoln Square neighborhood. More than 30,000 fans attend Square Roots each year to enjoy local craft brews (including special batch and limited release taps), the Brew Lounge specialty tap tasting booth, fabulous cuisine and the diverse entertainment that only the Old Town School of Folk Music can offer. Fans will love the new components and surprises!

     What:      Square Roots provides a comfortable and inviting multidimensional experience for all ages that appeals to music, food and craft beer enthusiasts.

  • Live entertainment: 70 acts including music, jams, dance and family activities on 4 stages (2 indoor and 2 outdoor). 
  • Craft Beer: Distinctive selections from Chicago and regional craft breweries.
  • Cuisine: Eclectic fare from amazing Lincoln Square and Ravenswood restaurants.
  • Local Market: Unique products and fine art from regional vendors and retailers.

Suggested donation $10 for Adults, $5 Seniors/kids, $20 for Families.

When:            July 12-14, 2019     

                          Friday, July 12 from 5 – 10pm

                          Saturday, July 13 from 12 – 10pm

                          Sunday, July 14 from 12 – 9pm

Where:          4400 – 4560 N Lincoln Avenue (from Wilson to Montrose), Chicago.

Why:               Proceeds from Square Roots benefit small business workshops and community place-making efforts and fund the Old Town School of Folk Music scholarship programs. For more info, visit                        

Where: Lincoln Square
Location: 4400 – 4560 N Lincoln Avenue

July 14, 2019

VNC of Northern Illinois’ Honor Flight Fundraiser Bike Run

Run begins at the Woodstock Harley Davidson and ends at Niko’s Red Mill Tavern with live music and more!

Where: Woodstock Harley Davidson
Location: 2235 S Eastwood Dr, Woodstock, IL 60098

July 14, 2019

Chicagoland Ride for Kids

Today, 13 children will be diagnosed with a brain tumor, the deadliest childhood cancer. On Sunday, July 14th the Chicagoland motorcycle community will ride to change that.


Hosted by the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, the Chicagoland Ride for Kids will fund critical research for a cure, as well as family support programs such as emergency financial assistance, peer support and college and vocational scholarships for survivors.


Ride for Kids participants will enjoy a scenic, police-escorted motorcycle ride from Northwestern Medicine Field, Home of the Kane County Cougars, through the countryside and towns far west of the city. Local pediatric brain tumor survivors will accompany motorcyclists on their ride.


Any make or model of street legal motorcycle is welcome, and the whole family – including non-riders – will enjoy live music, food, family activities, and special access to the baseball stadium.  Registration costs $40 per person online ($45 day-of) and includes a Ride for Kids T-shirt, ride pin and breakfast and lunch at event.


The funds and awareness raised by Ride for Kids have helped the PBTF:

  • Invest more than $30 million in research at more than 50 centers worldwide
  • Provide emergency financial aid to families whose child is in treatment
  • Award more than 1,500 college and vocational scholarships to brain tumor survivors
  • Equip newly diagnosed families with the Starfolio resource notebook
  • Make cancer care less scary for children through the award-winning animated film series for children, the Imaginary Friend Society


Online registration at is recommended. Walk-up registration will start on Sunday, July 14th at 9:00 a.m. with kickstands up at 10:30 a.m. (rain or shine).


Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. American Honda is the national presenting sponsor of Ride for Kids, and Cycle World magazine is the lead national media supporter of this American Motorcyclist Association-sanctioned event. Local event support has been provided by Wintrust Bank.

Where: Northwestern Medicine Field
Location: 34w002 Cherry Ln, Geneva, IL 60134

July 20, 2019

Shine Music Fest with Stars Go Dim

Free concert with Stars Go Dim headlining Shine Music Fest at Goold Park in Morris, IL. Free raffle for airpods, laptop, TV, gift cards and more! Great free family event for everyone! Opening bands are Alpha & Omega and Ignescent.

Where: Goold Park
Location: 308 Northern Ave, Morris, IL 60450

July 29, 2019

Fore Jordan Golf Outing 2019

Join the JMFF Golf on July 29th at Northmoor Country Club for a day of golf, food, and conversation.

The Schedule:

12pm: Range open for practice/Lunch served

1pm: Shotgun golf outing begins

3-5pm: Canasta Lesson & Play

5-7pm: Food and drinks


The money raised during the JMFF Golf Outing will directly benefit the Lurie Children’s Hospital’s Substance Use and Prevention Program. Our partnership with Chicago’s Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital has helped open the region’s first and only comprehensive adolescent mental health and substance use facility. Working together, we are bringing new treatment options, critical research, and family support programs to life right here in Chicago.


For more information, visit

Where: Northmoor Country Club
Location: 820 Edgewood Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035

August 3, 2019

One Feeds Two Benefit

Where: Arranmore Farm + Polo Club
Location: 34 Rance Rd, Oswego, IL 60543

September 28, 2019

Run For The Hills

Where: Moraine Hills State Park
Location: 1510 S. River Road, McHenry, IL 60051

October 5, 2019

2019 AIDS Run & Walk Chicago Returns to Soldier Field Saturday, Oct. 5

Chicago-area residents will mobilize to create equity and justice for individuals who are living with or vulnerable to HIV at the 18th annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago on Saturday, Oct. 5. This year’s event — uniting participants under the theme “Live true. Be you.” — will start and finish at Soldier Field in Chicago and offers both a 5k walk and 5k/10k runs, all stretching along scenic Lake Michigan.

Funds raised through AIDS Run & Walk Chicago will benefit the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and 32 partner organizations that provide vital programs and services to Chicagoans who are living with or are vulnerable to HIV and AIDS and other chronic illnesses. Together, these organizations work to advance Getting to Zero Illinois, a plan to end new HIV transmissions by 2030. Since it was established in 2001, AIDS Run & Walk Chicago has raised more than $6 million to battle the epidemic.

For more information, visit or call 312-334-0946.

Where: Soldier Field
Location: 1410 Museum Campus Dr., Chicago, IL 60605