|People, Water & Wildlife: A New Look at the Chicago River|
Event Type: Library Adult Program|
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:00 PM
A century ago, the Chicago River was designed into Chicago’s plan for its new sewer system. Upstream and down, communities used it as their back alleyway and ignored its health. Find out how things have changed and how the river is becoming a haven for people and wildlife, an economic engine, and a true community treasure. Presented by Margaret Frisbie, Executive Director, Friends of the Chicago River. In celebration of Earth Day.
Location: Community Room - (Whole Room)
Register here, by telephone at 847-729-7500 X7600 or at the Reader Services DeskStatus: Closed