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2nd Annual Dementia-Friendly Boat Cruise on the Chicago River

  • Odyssey Chicago River 455 North Cityfront Plaza Drive Chicago, IL, 60611 United States (map)

On Tuesday, Sept. 24, those with memory impairment and their care partners or family members throughout the Chicago area are invited to board the glass-topped Odyssey Chicago boat for a dementia-friendly cruise on the Chicago River.

Great Lakes Clinical Trials is proud to announce that the Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study’s T2 Protect AD Trial is a sponsor of this year’s event.

In addition to helping make this event as low-cost as possible for attendees (their contribution directly covers the full ticket value and transportation for the families and care partners), they’re giving attendees newly-made quilts from their Alzheimer’s Study Quilt Project.

Dementia-Friendly Boat Cruise Details:

Boarding begins at 12:30 p.m. and the boat departs at 1 p.m., returning at 3 p.m. The Odyssey Chicago’s river boat dock is located just off 455 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr. on the northern bank of the Chicago River just East of the Michigan Avenue bridge.

  • Free transportation will be provided from select locations with drop-off at the 400 block of Michigan Avenue, at The University of Chicago Gleacher Center cul de sac

  • Tickets are $25 per pair (valued at $200). Space is limited to 50 pairs.

RSVP is required.

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Amy Keefner at 773-304-6864 or akeefner@artismgmt.com

Great Lakes Clinical Trials is proud to announce that the  T2 Protect AD research study , being conducted at our clinic and at other sites throughout the United States, is a sponsor of this year’s event. In addition to helping offset the cost of tickets for attendees, they’ve graciously donated 50 quilts from their Alzheimer’s Study Quilt Project as giveaways for guests.

Great Lakes Clinical Trials is proud to announce that the T2 Protect AD research study, being conducted at our clinic and at other sites throughout the United States, is a sponsor of this year’s event. In addition to helping offset the cost of tickets for attendees, they’ve graciously donated 50 quilts from their Alzheimer’s Study Quilt Project as giveaways for guests.