CEF Presents Speakeasy Chicago
On Friday, April 28th more than 120 guests joined Chicago Engineers’ Foundation (CEF) for Speakeasy Chicago, an evening of glitz, glam, and fun in support of CEF’s student programs.
The Union League Club of Chicago‘s President’s Hall was transformed into a 1920’s inspired lounge with live music from the Chicago Cellar Boys, and a lively dance floor with complimentary dance instruction provided by Traffic Jam Swing.
The roulette table furnished by US Casino was spinning all night long offering guests casino fun. Magician Norm Basile also keep guests on their toes with strolling magic throughout the evening. The ULCC culinary team delighted guests with 1920’s inspired bites and specialty cocktails.
Guests were encouraged to Dress to Thrill, and did not disappoint with an incredible mix of deco, flapper-inspired, and even gangster attire.
Special thanks go to so many who make Speakeasy Chicago an amazing experience. Thank you to event co-chairs Madison Knobloch and Sharon Harmsworth, the host committee, and Executive Director Debbie Birrell for creating this fundraising evening.
Thank you to the event sponsors for your generous support of this event.
Many thanks to the auction donors for sharing outstanding packages for this year’s premium auction.
Check out photos from Speakeasy Chicago below. To submit your images from the event email us at [email protected].