"Green Technology in Chicago," An Interactive Presentation from Lou Manfredini
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The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum -- including the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven -- goes adults-only for this fun evening event. It's a unique chance to stroll around the museum with no kids in sight and take advantage of a cash bar serving local beer and wine. Featured breweries include Finch's, Revolution, 5Rabbit, Metropolitan Brewing and Two Brothers. As you meander through your evening, check out the current and ongoing exhibits, marvel at the wonders inside the Istock Butterfly Haven, or test your science and nature knowledge in a trivia game. The winning trivia team will be awarded the coveted Golden Cockroach trophy. Learn More
The Notebaert Nature Museum presents “Green Technology in Chicago,” hosted by Lou Manfredini, WGN-AM’s “Mr. Fix-It” and Ace Hardware’s “Helpful Hardware Man.” This interactive presentation addresses green technology and cost-saving initiatives for the Chicago homeowner, such as:
- The carbon footprint of your home life and how to reduce it
- The practical side of being green in your home
- New technologies on the horizon to conserve energy and fossil fuels
- Examples and demonstrations of what tools exist today to help people save money and conserve natural resources.