[ApaIllinois] 2014 APA-IL State Conference: Go Beyond the Conference Room with Our Social Events
Paula Freeze, APA-IL Editor
editor at ilapa.org
Mon Aug 4 07:51:00 CDT 2014
Come for the Sessions,
Stay for the Social Events
This year’s conference will have more than 25 individual sessions including law and ethics! Planning officials can take advantage of a one-day track aimed at plan commissioners and appointed municipal officers.
After a day's worth of sessions, enjoy a evening of socializing with your
fellow planners! Three social events have been planned:
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 1
Opening Reception at 27 Live
Houseal Lavigne Associates
Join us for a night of drinks,
music, great food, and merriment. A special thank you to our
platinum sponsor, Houseal Lavigne Associates for sponsoring this event!
Thursday Evening, October 2, 2014: Touring & Sampling of Evanston's Breweries and Distilleries
Be transported to and from Evanston’s breweries & distilleries while
having snacks, fun and of course BEER and other fantastic beverages!
Whether you an amateur sipper or a full-on connoisseur, we'll
offer the best of Evanston for you to enjoy.
Friday Afternoon, October 3, 2014:
Post-Conference Golf Outing at the
Glencoe Golf Club
Since its inception as one of the first public golf courses, the
Glencoe Golf Club has grown to become one of the finest public golf
facilities on the North Shore. Space is limited, register early!
Gold, Silver, and Bronze Sponsorships Still Available!
Just a few sponsorship opportunities left! APA-IL is offering sponsors a wide variety of opportunities to connect with attendees. New this year, we're providing sponsors a chance to "SUPERSIZE" their package to capture the attention of attendees that are tailored to the sponsors interests. Visit the conference website for more information.
Thank you to our current sponsors!
Do not miss this excellent
opportunity to meet with your peers
and learn about planning trends in
Illinois! Visit ilapa.org for more information.
Explore Mobile Workshops
Explore the Program
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Did you know...
The region we know today
as the North Shore
home to the Potawatami Indians.
Traces of these Native American villages have
been found in Evanston
the site of present-day Saint Francis Hospital and
at Dempster Street
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