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Come to Chicago Feb. 23-25 for the 2017 Midwinter Meeting.
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Plan now to join us at McCormick Place West for three days of
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CDS Meetings & Events
Mentor Luncheon | Opening Session | Fashion Show New Dentists Reception | Friday Night Concert | President's Dinner Dance
Order your tickets when you register for the meeting online or by fax or mail. Tickets may also be available on site on Thursday morning, Feb. 20, at McCormick Place at the Special Events ticket counter in the Registration Area, Level 3, Concourse, subject to availability.
The Roots of Rock & Roll Show featuring cast members of The Million Dollar Quartet: Killer, Cash and the King, will perform at the Opening Session, Thursday, Feb. 20.
Performing are Lance Lipinsky as Jerry Lee Lewis, Derek Keeling as Johnny Cash and Cody Ray Slaughter as Elvis Presley as well as two female vocalists with the Lance Lipinsky Band. Don’t miss out on hearing this legendary rock music.
The annual Midwinter Meeting Fashion Show and Luncheon promises to be a “don’t miss it” event again in 2014. ZZAZZ Productions will again highlight the latest in fashion in a high-energy presentation. A variety of beautiful clothing from a number of Chicago’s outstanding stores will be presented in a dazzling production Friday, Feb. 21.
Are you a recent graduate of dental school? CDS wants to welcome you to the profession with its New Dentist Reception. New dentists (those who have been a dentist for 10 years or less) are invited to enjoy cocktails and conversation with your contemporaries during the Midwinter Meeting at the New Dentist Reception Friday, Feb. 21. Food will also be served.
For the Midwinter Meeting Friday Night Event, the CDS Foundation is proud to bring you 25 or 6 to 4 – The Chicago Experience Friday, Feb. 21 at Park West. The Vegas style show with dazzling lights and crisp execution offers a high-energy performance of the music of one of the greatest bands of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
For information on being a sponsor, email Kathy Bell or call 312.836.7301.
What is the best way to finish your Midwinter Meeting? Join President Dr. Richard Holba and his wife, Kathy, for an evening of dining and dancing, which honors the President and Mrs. Holba. It will be an evening to remember. The Chicago Hilton & Towers will provide exquisite cuisine, and the High Society Orchestra will provide the music to dance the night away Saturday, Feb. 22.
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