The conference will be held at
the Chicago History Museum near downtown Chicago. The museum sits on
the edge of Lincoln Park, one of the city’s largest parks, adjacent to
Lake Michigan and is close to interesting shopping, site-seeing and
dining options. Chicago, a city of nearly 3 million people in a
metropolitan area of over 8 million, is located along the shores of
Lake Michigan. To learn more about the city and off-workshop
The Chicago History Museum
1601 North Clark Street
located near the intersection of North Avenue and North
Clark St., at the south end of Lincoln Park near downtown Chicago.
Wireless internet will be available in the conference facility.
Additionally, several computers will be available at the conference venue for
participants to send and receive e mails.
The registration desk will be open from 6:00-8:00 pm on Sunday
evening, June 17th at the Hotel Lincoln. The desk will re-open at
the conference venue on Monday, June 18th at 8:30 am and be available
during the workshop hours.
In close vicinity is Old Town on North Wells Street which offers a
good selection of restaurants, see
Within walking distance is Lake Michigan, and the Magnificent Mile on
North Michigan Avenue. See
www.aviewoncities.com/chicago.htm for links to a wide range of
here to see this map in Google Maps