Antibiotics were first mass-produced in the 1940s. Seventy years later these miracle drugs are failing. How did this happen? Learn about how Oak Park can be part of the solution. Featuring speakers: Everly Macario, Sc.D., M.S., Ed.M., Public Health Researcher, and Writer. Paul Schattauer, M.D., The Green Medical Practice. Dan Rosenthal, Co-Founder Green Chicago Restaurant Co-op. Doors at 5:30 p.m., Film at 6 p.m. Speakers following the film. RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/ResistanceOakPark. Co-Hosted by: Food & Water Watch Illinois, Green Community Connections, and The Sugar Beet Co-op.
With White Sox organist Nancy Faust. Meet some of the authors and hear a little history of what was once called the "Baseball Palace of the World" through interviews from several players. Sing-a-Long with Nancy. Enjoy some ballpark fare available for purchase beginning at 6 pm. $10 suggested donation. www.nineteenthcenturycharity.org. 708-386-2729.