Fort Dearborn Chicago
English: Engraving showing Fort Dearcorn, Chicago, Illinois, as it appeared in 1831 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
A small flotilla of boats passes through the open State Street Bridge on the Chicago River, Chicago, Illinois. Photographed from 41°53′15″N 87°37′37″W / °S °W / ; latd>90 (dms format) in latd latm lats longm longs , looking west. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
WHEN: Friday, August 17, 2012; board the double-decker Ft. Dearborn beginning at 6:45 p.m., sail at 7:00 p.m. and return to the dock at 10:00 p.m.
North Pier (NOT Navy Pier
), 465 N. McClurg Ct.
TICKETS: $65.00 per person for advance reservations and $80.00 per person at the dock.
English: Chicago River is the south border of the Near North Side and Streeterville and the north border of Chicago Loop, Lakeshore East and Illinois Center (viewed from Lake Shore Drive with Trump International Hotel and Tower at jog in the river in the center. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This event will benefit Catholic Charities’ Emergency Assistance Programs.