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EBC Meetings and Programs

EBC meets at 7:30 PM on the third Tuesday of every month in the
Ecology Center at the Ladd Arboretum, McCormick and Bridge Streets, Evanston

2/18- 7:30pm Backpacking the California Pacific Crest Trail by Cory Trager
  The Pacific Crest Trail spans 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington. Managed by the U.S. Forest Service along with other environmental partners it is a long-distance hiking and equestrian trail 100 to 150 miles east of the U.S. Pacific coast. Enjoyed by thousands each year, some only travel a few miles while others (at least 7000) have completed every single mile. Cory Trager hiked about 1/6 of the trail, about 500 miles over 38 days in 2018 and claims a multi day hike is much like doing a multi day bike tripthe biggest difference is what parts of your body hurt! Come to hear how he prepared and what he experienced along the way.
2/22- 6:00 - 9:00 pm EBC Annual Winter Dinner
  Wilmette Golf Club
3900 Fairway Drive, Wilmette
Dinner catered by A La Carte
Tickets: $20.00
3/18- 7:30pm A Father and Daughter Tandem Ride to College by Troy Henikoff
On August 25, 2019,Troy Henikoff and his daughter Carlin departed from Evanston for a 6 1/2 day, 550 mile tandem ride to the University of Toronto in time to check her in for her first year of college.Come to learn about their motivation for this trip, how they prepared for the journey, logistics, and a couple of seemingly insurmountable problems they encountered along the way.Troy Henikoff and his family are avid cyclists.Troy, a tech entrepreneur, finds the time to rack up 6,000 to 8,000 miles per year on an assortment of bikes and lives in Evanston.

Eat Before We Meet
Both members and guests are invited to join club members for an informal dinner before club meetings at 6:00 PM at Dengeos, located on the southwest corner of Main and McCormick.