We at the CCAC have loved getting together at our virtual events these past few years, and now we are super excited to share our passion for accessibility in person again (socially distanced of course)!
We welcome you to join our social event at the expanded Steppenwolf campus, in their new full-service Tap House Bar with attached outdoor patio. We’ll be gathering casually (with or without a cocktail in hand) to chat accessibility-related topics with members of the Chicagoland accessibility community.
Exchange tips, share victories, commiserate, plan world domination… all with a focus on the small changes we are making at our organizations to incrementally make a big difference!
All CCAC events are scent-free; please refrain from wearing products with fragrance such as perfume, cologne and lotion.
To request additional accommodations, please contact us by email at email@example.com or call Matt Lauterbach at 773-203-5039.
What to Expect
Once you register, you will have the option to add this event to your calendar. ASL interpretation will be provided. Additional accommodation requests can be submitted via RSVP.
You will receive an email reminder the day before the event. Please ensure that Info@ChicagoCulturalAccess.org is an approved sender to your email account, or be sure to check your Spam/Junk Mail filter for the email.
American Sign Language Interpretation will be provided.
Additional accommodation requests can be submitted via RSVP. Please complete the accommodation request field found in the event registration path or call 773-203-5039 to request other access services, or to learn more about event accessibility.
While CCAC programs are free, the $5 suggested donation helps to cover programming costs to ensure CCAC’s mission is achievable and accessible to all. You may donate online anytime! Donations to CCAC are tax deductible.
CCAC is a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, PERT Foundation, The MacArthur Funds for Culture, Equity, and the Arts at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, The Michael and Mona Heath Fund, and individual donors like you. In addition, this program is partially supported by grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.