Bonnie Gahris rsvped for Green Trivia Night @ Dry City Brew Works - June 3 2019-04-17 09:48:16 -0500
Join the Sierra Club and Prairie Food Co-op for an evening of trivia focusing on the environment, food and other earthy topics!
Come for the trivia, but stay for the locally crafted Dry City brew that will be available for purchase should you choose to partake as you show off your mad trivia skillz.
We’ll provide snacks, but if you want something more substantial, you can order or pick up food from any of the downtown Wheaton restaurants such as Burger Social, Bricks, or Gia Mia who offers 1/2 price pizza on Mondays!
You can play solo or form a team. There's plenty of room. Just be ready to have some fun! We'll have prizes for the top 3 winners, a split-the-pot raffle, music, and general good times.
Doors will open at 6:30 and we will begin trivia a little after 7. We will have 3 rounds of trivia with a break after each, then tally and give out prizes to the top 3 teams! We expect the evening to end around 9pm.WHENJune 03, 2019 at 7pmWHEREDry City Brew Works
120 N Main St
Wheaton, IL 60187
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We are thrilled to announce that we are pursuing the development opportunity at 101 - 109 S. Main St. in Lombard. We will soon submit our proposal to the Village of Lombard to secure this location in partnership with a local development firm. Our proposal is in response to the Village's request for proposal (RFP) for the site.
We love this location for its unique history, accessibility, proximity to the downtown corridor, and its ability to deliver on our mission to create a local, sustainable and connected food community. After completing two separate professional market studies and reviewing alternate sites, we also know this location is the best performing option for Prairie Food Co-op.
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Prairie Food Co-op started as a community conversation to bring a cooperatively owned grocery store to DuPage County and has grown into a thriving organization of 750+ owners working together to open a brick-and-mortar marketplace for locally grown food and products. PFC will not only bring quality food to our tables but will provide fair paying jobs, focus on sustainable practices, and drive business within the local economy. Thank you for your continued support as we begin this exciting chapter in our story!
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