Kyle Schwarber and Club 400 help raise money for Neighborhood Heroes

This event helped out Kyle’s charitable foundation.

The mecca for Cubs fans around the world has always been Wrigley Field, but I would like to add one more location that is a must-visit for fans of Chicago’s Northsiders, Club 400 in Lake in the Hills, Illinois.

Club 400 is an award-winning fan cave built by Stewart McVicar a few years ago as a 40th birthday present for his vast Cubs memorabilia collection, and a great place to hang with friends. But through a series of happenstances and Stewart’s huge heart, it now serves as place for fans and Cubs players, past and present to raise money for charitable causes. I wrote about it a while back if you want to read the whole story.

Where else can you hang out eating at a BBQ eating catered hamburgers, while drinking beer out of red Solo cups with Kyle Schwarber? Where else can you rub elbows with team owner Tom Ricketts and re-tell the story of your girlfriend getting a black eye from a Dodgers fan in L.A. during the 2016 NLCS? And where else besides a Major League baseball diamond can you get tagged by <a target="_self" …Read the Rest

Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue

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