Events

Upcoming Events

*Dates subject to change without notice

May 2015

  • May 16
    10th Annual Chicago Diabetes Day (Chicago, IL)
    Join Kovler in the 10th Annual Chicago Diabetes Day that will take place on Saturday May 16th, 2015. Hosted by the UofC Diabetes Research and Training Center (DRTC), this conference is intended to serve as a forum for basic and clinical investigators, clinicians, and pharmaceutical industry personnels in Chicago and the Midwest to meet, share information, and discuss common interests with the goal of fostering collaborations between individuals and between institutions. See more
  • May 20-21
    Midwest Islet Club Conference (Chicago, IL)
    The University of Chicago welcomes investigators, students, and postdoctoral fellows to the 8th annual islet Midwest Islet Club Conference for beta cell investigators. Presentations will communicate the latest in cutting-edge pancreatic islet beta cell research with relevance to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Click here to register

 

June 2015

  • June 7-13
    ADA Camp John Warvel (Camp Crosley YMCA, North Webster, IN)
    The ADA-Indiana Area is proud to host its 61st year of Camp John Warvel. Children with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes are welcome to attend this week-long residential camp, which includes 24-hour medical supervision by some of the top diabetes health care professionals in the state. Campers enjoy water activities, sports, drama, crafts, Mock Rock night, rock wall climbing, low and high ropes courses, archery and much more! Cabins are air-conditioned, the grounds are gorgeously wooded and well-maintained. It’s modern camping at its best! The camp fee includes 24-hour medical supervision, meals and snacks, American Diabetes Association Camp t-shirt, housing, supervised program activities and most diabetes supplies. See more
  • June 14
    2015 Chicagoland Tour de Cure (Two Brothers Roundhouse, Aurora, IL)
    Join team KovlerDiabetes to raise critical funds for diabetes research, education, and advocacy in support of the American Diabetes Association at this inspiring event. Riders can expect amazing start and finish energy, fabulous food options at the rest stops, full lunch and live entertainment at the post-ride party, and much more! The Chicagoland Tour de Cure offers several routes: 100 miles, 65 miles, 40 miles, 20 miles and 10 miles. Enjoy a beautiful ride along the Illinois Prairie Path, or challenge yourself to complete 65 or 100 miles on the open road. See more
  • June 18
    ADA Father of the Year – Chicago (Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Chicago)
    Every year, the Regional Father of the Year Awards Dinners are hosted in 35 cities across the country to recognize men that have made family a priority, while balancing a demanding career and community involvement. We invite you to join the Chicago celebration this year at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. See more
  • June 20
    Cirque for the Cure (Montgomery Club, Chicago, IL)
    Join us on the longest night of the year for this festive black-tie cocktail party hosted by Friends for the Cure. This special event will feature over the top entertainment, innovative cuisine, and more than a few surprises. All proceeds go to support diabetes research at the Kovler Diabetes Center. To sponsor this event or donate items for the silent auction, please contact Carla at chenault@uchicago.edu. Registration is NOW OPEN. Buy tickets
  • June 22-26
    ADA Camp Discovery (Health Track, Glen Ellyn, IL) – Day Camp, Ages 4-9
    ADA Camp Confidence (Methodist Camp Grounds, Des Plaines, IL) – Day Camp, Ages 4-9

 

July 2015

  • July 6-10
    ADA Camp Crossroads (UIC Student Recreation Facility, Chicago, IL) – Day Camp, Ages 4-9
  • July  8-16
    ADA Camp Granada (4-H Memorial Camp, Monticello, IL) – Overnight Camp, Ages 8-16
  • July 26 – Aug 1
    ADA Triangle D Camp (YMCA Camp Duncan, Ingleside, IL) – Overnight Camp, Ages 9-13

 

Aug 2015

  • Aug 2-8
    ADA Teen Adventure Camp (YMCA Camp Duncan, Ingleside, IL) – Overnight Camp, Ages 14-18)
  • Aug 10-14
    ADA Camp Can-Do (Palos Park Recreation Center, Palos Park, IL) – Day Camp, Ages 4-9

 

October 2015

  • Oct 4
    2015 Comer RBC Race for the Kids (University of Chicago, Chicago, IL)
    Save the date for this fun, family friendly walk. Contributions from the Comer RBC Race for the Kids fund research by some of the most talented physicians in the country, including at the Kovler Diabetes Center. To learn more and see photos from last year, click here

 

November 2015

  • 9th Annual Living Well With Diabetes (Date and location TBD)
    Join us during National Diabetes Awareness Month for this beloved annual event. Stay tuned for more information!
  • 5th Annual Kovler for Kids (Date and location TBD)
    Kovler for Kids is turning 5! Stay tuned for details of our special annual educational event for kids.
  • Nov 14
    World Diabetes Day
    How will you mark the day? For more information and to browse events being held around the world, click here

 

Ongoing Events and Programs

  • Shop Right, Save-a-lot, and Be Healthy Grocery Store Tours
    If you are trying to eat right, especially with diabetes, you know it’s key to shop right. Join in on the tour and learn how to make quick, healthy, and affordable food choices the next time you grocery shop for you and your family! You must register in advance for this FREE program brought to you by the South Side Diabetes Project at the University of Chicago. See more for dates and locations
  • 61st Street Farmer’s Market Tours (Chicago, IL)
    A friendly and informative tour of the 61st Street Farmer’s Market. Learn tips on building a balanced meal with the fresh produce available at the 61st Street Farmer’s Market. We’ll tour the vendor booths with fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, meats, dairy, and more. Our health educators will teach you how to portion meals on your plate, and set goals to help you and your family make healthy choices. Tours begin at the South SIde Diabetes table. Tours fill up fast so registering in advance is recommended: 773-702-2939. See more for dates and details
  • Kovler Diabetes Center’s Weekly Diabetes Education Classes (Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine, Chicago, IL)
    Every Thursday, join us for weekly diabetes education classes for type 2 patients at the University of Chicago. There will be two sessions offered as part of the curriculum–we encourage you to attend both session 1 and 2! For questions on how to enroll please email chenault@uchicago.edu or call 773.702.2371.

 

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