CH3 #1500

Chicago HHH 1500th Run
-+-+-> Saturday, July 21, 2007 – Chicago 1500 THE MAIN EVENT!
Hare(s): TBA [you really don’t want to know!]
Venue: Weed’s – 1555 N. Dayton, Chicago
Cost: TBA (current estimate approx. $35 for pre-registration)

Souvenir Chicago HHH Giveaway (TBA, possibly more than one)!
This trail will be unlike any ever run in Chicago through downtown Chicago’s Landmark sites (most tourists don’t see this much in one day!)
MULTIPLE Beer Stops!
Food and Beer at the on-in until the wee hours
Brought to you by the same team of trained party professionals that put together Chicago’s wildly successful 1469/Anthrax Hash, plus other Chicago Hash party veterans… you thought Anthrax was big, this Category 5 DrinkStravaganza will take it totally off the hinges!!!
~~~~~ Also to round out a COMPLETELY INSANE weekend of hashing…

-+-+-> Thursday, July 19 Thirstday HHH #190
Hare(s): Assflac & Rear Loader
Venue: The Globe Pub – 1934 W Irving Park Rd (just West of the Irving Park Brown Line Station, if it’s still open!)

-+-+-> Friday, July 20 Chicago 1500 Pre-Lube Pub Crawl
Hare(s): It’s Too Soft (of 12 Bars of Christmas fame/infamy) and other unindicted co-conspirators
Venue: Starting bar TBA but will be in either Lincoln Park or the Southport Corridor (Cubs are in town this weekend 🙁 otherwise this would be the 4th Annual Ten Innings @ Wrigley Pub Crawl!)
9-12 bars total! You will get totaled, might even sleep right on through 1500 itself!
It’s gonna be another Fuji pub crawl… ’nuff said!

-+-+-> Sunday, July 22 Big Dogs HHH Hangover Hash
For those few left standing – Run in the WOODS!!!
Hare(s): TBA
Venue: Forest Glen Grove Forest Preserve
Registration information, hash hotel accommodations, and final costs to be announced soon. Check out for the latest 4-1-1 on THE Chicago Hash event of 2007!!!

And don’t forget to mark you calendars for Sunday, December 17, 2007 for Chicago’s 6th Annual Anthrax Hash. Right now it’s returned to being a Sunday Special Event Hash, however as you know in Chicago, “everything is negotiable”.