TAMMY LECHNER'S CHICAGO BOOK TOUR - MAY, 2008
"OUR TEAM - OUR DREAM: A CUBS FAN'S JOURNEY
INTO BASEBALL'S GREATEST ROMANCE"
(please note: all "book tour" photographs by Adrienne Helitzer©)
"CLOUD GATE" Millenium Park - Michigan Avenue
Author Tammy Lechner @ "Cloud Gate" with Rosie Mitchell and school children on field trip at Millenium Park, Chicago
Author Tammy Lechner shows school children the book "OUR TEAM-OUR DREAM" while visiting "CLOUD GATE" in downtown Chicago
Author Tammy Lechner at "CLOUD GATE" downtown Chicago
Author Tammy Lechner inside "CLOUD GATE" at Millenium Park along Michigan Avenue
Author Tammy Lechner with book OUR TEAM -OUR DREAM inside CLOUD GATE at Millenium Park
Author Tammy Lechner @"CHICAGO THEATER" State and Randall Streets
Author Tammy Lechner @ the "BILLY GOAT CAFE" Michigan Avenue, with owner Sam Sianas
Author Tammy Lechner @"MURPHY'S BLEACHERS" Sheffield Avenue, with co-owner James Murphy. Lechner conducted book signings at this famous "Wrigleyville" tavern during six Cubs home games in May, '08
Author Tammy Lechner is joined by photographer & business partner (STILL Productions, Inc) Adrienne Helitzer for book signing event @ Murphy's Bleachers in Wrigleyville
Author Tammy Lechner with OUR TEAM - OUR DREAM in front of Murphy's Bleachers, corner of Sheffield and Waveland Avenues, across from the Wrigley Field Bleacher Gate. Lechner conducted six book signing events at Murphy's Bleachers during a Cubs 10-game homestand in May, '08 when the Cubs went 8-2 and took over first place in the Central Division.
Author Tammy Lechner with Cubs fan Brett Godsey reunite at Mruphy's Bleachers and show off a photo in OUR TEAM - OUR DREAM that includes Godsey and three friends with "S-O-S-A" painted across their chests during a Cubs game Lechner documented for the project in 1998. Godsey is now the General Manager of "Joey Armadillo's" Restaurant, Sports Bar and Bowling Alley in Niles, Michigan
Author Tammy Lechner salutes the 2008 Chicago Cubs with "OUR TEAM - OUR DREAM" in front of the Wrigley Field marquis at the corner of Clark and Addison Streets.