The Burnham Plan Centennial


Program Partner Network Meeting:

New Partners Welcome!

With the Burnham Plan Centennial just a year away, plans are increasingly taking shape, and we now have more than 200 program partners. The meeting is especially designed to inform new partners about the Centennial and how plans for the region-wide celebration that builds upon the success of the Burnham Plan and advances the best ideas for our region’s future are emerging.  The meeting will provide an opportunity to:

  •  Learn about exciting plans for new projects developing in Chicago’s neighborhoods, suburbs and Millennium Park.
  • Connect and network with other Centennial partners.
  • Share ideas and refine plans with potential collaborators.
  • Hear about the Centennial calendar and communications strategy, including a June 2008 press conference.

Date:                Thursday, March 27, 2008

Time:                12:00 – 1:30 pm (Feel free to bring your own Brown Bag Lunch.)

Location:           Spertus Museum, Spertus Institute for Jewish Studies,
610 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago

RSVP               by March 22, 2008 to Trichia Willis at

(Brown bag lunches are welcome. Plan to stay after the meeting for a guided tour of the New Spertus Institute for Jewish Studies.)

One Response to “The Burnham Plan Centennial”

  1. on 31 Mar 2008 at 3:31 pm Bart Schultz

    Hi All–Sorry I missed the meeting–how did it go? Is there a tentative schedule of events yet? Best, Bart

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