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iAnnotate Giveaway: For Teachers

September 19th—

Educators! Looking to move your classroom into paperless territory? 826CHI's friends at Branchfire are offering our partner teachers FREE downloads of iAnnotate (usually $9.99), an iPad app that allows users to mark up student work, digital textbooks, tests, lecture slides, and more. You can even leave audio feedback for students!

Read all about it HERE, and email Abi@826chi.org if you'd like a copy. We have 10 to give away!

826 National CEO at 826CHI

September 12th—

826 National's CEO, Gerald Richards, will be at Friday's Compendium Volume IV release! You won't want to miss seeing our charming, fearless leader onstage—check out his TEDx Talk on the power of creativity, "There Is No Box."

RSVP to the book release >> http://on.fb.me/1nbTqzx

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826CHI and Chicago Writers Conference

September 3rd—

826CHI is thrilled to partner with Chicago Chicago Writers Conference, a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting Chicago writers through conferences, workshops, and other literary events.

Registration for the October 24-26 conference is open, and the schedule is looking pretty stellar >> http://www.chicagowritersconference.org/

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Tale-Gate 2014

August 20th—

Tale-Gate, a street festival of literary proportions to benefit the programs of 826CHI, is coming to the Hideout on Saturday, September 27th!

Ways to get involved:
1. Form a fundraising team! Bring together 5-10 friends to gather $$$ for 826CHI, then compete in an array of espionage-related challenges at the event.
2. Attend! And bring friends! (21+)

Details at www.826chi.org/tale-gate >>

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826 On 8/26: A Virtual Celebration

August 20th—

**PLEASE NOTE**
Our fabulous Grand Opening has been postponed until the space at 1276 N Milwaukee is completely finished. Stay tuned!

**BUT INSTEAD**
On Tuesday, 8/26, join a virtual chorus of international 826 enthusiasts by tweeting/Instagramming/Facebooking with the hashtag #826on826.

In Chicago, we'll be contributing haiku...but not just any haiku. We want you to write an "8-ku-6," that is, where the first line is eight syllables, the second line is two, and the final line, six.

Your quick 8-ku-6 poem is made
when you
write three li'l lines like this

Feel free to submit an 8-ku-6 based on anything that inspires you. When you've crafted your piece, tweet it at us (@826CHI), post it on our Facebook wall, or tag us on Instagram (@826CHI).

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