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Until further notice, all CAC walking tours are suspended and the Center at 111 E. Wacker Dr. is closed, in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines from the State of Illinois.

Why is Chicago often considered the birthplace of the skyscraper? Explore the history of these tall buildings on April 25 or May 16 and discover how Chicago became a global center for high-rise design, innovation and engineering.

Price
$8 Public
Free for CAC members
Meet
Zoom


This program will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive an email directly from Zoom on the day of the program with details about how to access and view it.

If you don’t receive the Zoom link 3 hours before the program please contact tickets@architecture.org.

Program Speaker: Leslie Clark Lewis

Leslie Clark Lewis

Leslie Clark Lewis has been a CAC docent for more than 10 years. She is tour director for Historic Treasures of Chicago’s Golden Age, which features some of Chicago’s most iconic historic buildings. Before becoming a docent, Lewis worked for 25 years in marketing and communications. The first thing she did after retiring was apply to become a CAC docent.


Notes:
  • All online transactions will be charged a $3 convenience fee.
  • Ticket sales for CAC Live end three hours prior to the event.
  • Events are Central Daylight Time.