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What's our region doing to go green? Find out this Thursday!

Our Green Metropolis.  The Burnham Centennial is partnering with Chicago Metropolis 2020, Openlands, Mayor Daley's Nature and Wildlife Committee, Chicago Wilderness, and the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus to offer "Our Green Metropolis:  The Next 100 Years" on Thursday, November 5, 2009.  A number of Green Legacy projects from around the region will be announced, building on the green infrastructure that organizers call "the greatest legacy of the 1909 Plan."  A reception begins at 5:00 p.m., with program from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Feinberg Auditorium in the Spertus Institute, 610 S. Michigan Ave.  Because space is limited, RSVP to reception@burnhamplan100.org or or 888-752-6618.

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