ILLINOIS' 63RD STATE HOUSE DISTRICT: Representative Steve Reick Offers Free Passes to Many Chicagoland Museums and Zoos
Illinois' 63rd State House District issued the following announcement on Feb. 20.
State Representative Steve Reick (R-Woodstock) invites residents of the 63rd District to take advantage of a free ‘Constituent Education Resource Card’ that is available through his legislative office in Woodstock. The resource card provides for free entry for up to four people to several of Chicagoland’s world-class museums and zoos.
Any resident of the 63rd District may reserve the Constituent Education Resource Card on a first come first served basis, to visit any of the following museums in 2019:
• Adler Planetarium
• The Art Institute of Chicago
• Brookfield Zoo
• Chicago Botanic Garden
• Chicago Children’s Museum
• Chicago History Museum
• Dusable Museum of African American History
• The Field Museum
• Lincoln Park Zoo
• Museum of Contemporary Art
• Museum of Science and Industry
• National Museum of Mexican Art
• National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture
• Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
• John G. Shedd Aquarium
Because only one group pass is available at a time, reservations are required. To reserve the free pass, please contact Rep. Reick’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (815) 880-5340. A reservation can be made by providing a name and address, and the date(s) the card would like to be reserved. Upon reserving the pass, constituents may pick it up and return it to the Reick legislative office at 1072 Lake Avenue in Woodstock.
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