(Chicago, IL) LuxeHome, in cooperation with Wine Spectator Magazine presents CHILL, an International Wine & Culinary Event on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019. CHILL brings together the best of Chicago’s food, drink and design, amidst the ambiance of LuxeHome, the world’s largest collection of premier boutiques spanning over 200,000 square feet on the first floor of theMART.
Throughout the event, guests will have the opportunity to explore more than 45 LuxeHome showrooms, each populated by a talented chef from over 60 of the city’s leading restaurants. While also sipping spirits and wines from nearly 40 makers, guests will enjoy musical entertainment and theatrical performances from local talent.
Proceeds from the event benefit The Lynn Sage Foundation, Respiratory Health Association and Saturday Place. Now in its 13th year, CHILL has raised more than $1.85 million to support its charitable partners, with last year’s event raising over $250,000.
CHILL 2019 takes place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at theMART (222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza). Advance tickets available to purchase, here ($125). After Nov. 1, ticket price will increase to $145.
For more information on CHILL, please visit luxehome.com/chill.
THE LYNN SAGE FOUNDATION believes innovative research is key to improving the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer. Sisters, Laura and Halee Sage, established The Lynn Sage Foundation in honor of their mother who died from breast cancer at the young age of 39. The Foundation exclusively funds the Lynn Sage Scholars Program at Northwestern and Rush Universities in Chicago, which has invested $1.7 million funding pioneering young researchers investigating novel approaches to the prevention, detection and treatment of breast cancer. For more information, visit lynnsagefoundation.org.
RESPIRATORY HEALTH ASSOCIATION has been a local public health leader since 1906. Today the association addresses asthma, COPD, lung cancer, tobacco control and air quality concerns through research, advocacy and education. Respiratory Health Association’s collaborative and evidence-based approach to public health promotes healthy, sustainable communities and a future free of lung disease. For more information, visit resphealth.org.
SATURDAY PLACE is dedicated to providing enrichment programs for Chicago Public School’s 3rd and 4th grade students who perform at least one year below grade level and live in under-resourced communities. After two years within the program, Saturday Place students demonstrate tremendous growth in Math (99 percentile) and Reading (60 percentile). Saturday Place offers an effective program that enables students to excel academically, develop a love for learning and inspires them to pursue college degrees. For more information, visit saturdayplace.org.