Annual Fall Social

October 29, 2020
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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Last year’s Fall Social was one of our best yet. And while it’s a shame we can’t get together in person this year, there’s no reason we shouldn’t try and meet up via the ingenious series of tubes known as the “internet” (thanks Al Gore!). 

So, with Fall right around the corner, we are inviting YOU (and anyone else hunkering down in your apartment/house/doomsday bunker) to join us for the 4th Annual Fall Social!

As much as we would have liked to incorporate smell-o-vision into our current Zoom license, it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. But that’s okay! We still have a night full of festivities planned for the STEM crowd. This will be a great opportunity for Chicago scientists, builders, thinkers, and dreamers to get together and talk shop, to learn about new opportunities in the area, and to kick back and relax in a new (virtual) environment.

This year’s social will feature performances from our Artist In Residence, Dxtr Spits, speakers from WorldChicago, break-out networking sessions, and more! Plus, C2ST will be delivering bottles of beer from Revolution Brewing and Grunsfeld Lager (named after John Grunsfeld, former astronaut and director of NASA and native of Highland Park) from Ravinia Brewery!

Grab your ticket today!

Event Details

Event Schedule:

6:00 – 6:25 PM Introductions and presentations from the Hidden No More project
6:25 – 6:45 PM Breakout session
6:45 – 6:55 PM Intermission with Dxtr Spirts
6:55 – 7:25 PM Break out session
7:25 – 7:30 PM Closing Remarks


Ravinia Brewing Company has been offering a wide variety of craft beers throughout Chicagoland since 2017. Their cozy Highland Park Taproom + Taco Bar is located in the historic Ravinia District, and has been named Best Beer Garden on the Northshore. The Chicago Production + Brewpub opens to the public in Logan Square in late 2020, offering a Chicago hub for Ravinia Brewing fans.

WorldChicago promotes collaboration between people from all over the world to advance national security, economic development, and social justice. As Chicago’s official host for international visitors on U.S. government sponsored exchange programs, WorldChicago has facilitated programming for over 70,000 visitors from 190 countries since its founding in 1952. WorldChicago connects Chicagoans with their international counterparts, fostering mutual understanding and personal and professional bridges that spark global dialogue and innovation.