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Friendship Village Honors Volunteers
Friendship Village Honors Volunteers
Posted Apr 24, 2012

Friendship Village Schaumburg hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Tuesday, April 17th for National Volunteer Appreciation Week. The event honored community members who come to Friendship Village to volunteer, in addition to Friendship Village residents who volunteer on campus as...

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A Day in the Life of Live Radio
A Day in the Life of Live Radio
Posted Apr 24, 2012

Presenter Chuck Christensen recalls the by-gone era of broadcasting without benefit of tape recordings or satellite feeds.
This event is free and open to the public.

For additional information called Jeannette at 847-884-5539.

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Friendship Village Remembers the Titanic
Friendship Village Remembers the Titanic
Posted Apr 23, 2012

It was an evening of glamour, fine linens, gracious service and an eight-course meal. Friendship Village celebrated The Titanic Remembered on April 13th. Two-hundred and fifty residents and guests attended the event which included Titanic-themed décor, entertainment reminiscent of the time...

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Night Express Spring Fling
Night Express Spring Fling
Posted Apr 23, 2012

Enjoy this evening of traditional Big Band music including classic 40's, 50's and 60's songs and jazz favorites.

The event is free and open to the public.

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Spring Into Dance
Spring Into Dance
Posted Apr 20, 2012

Millennium Dance Center performers present their Spring Into Dance show featuring ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop and more.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Memory: The Good, the Bad and the Surprising
Memory: The Good, the Bad and the Surprising
Posted Apr 20, 2012

Marlene Brusko, Psy.D, discusses the fascinating topic of memory including how to help eliminate or slow its deterioration, what research tells us about memory, and what are common beliefs and misconceptions. The program is co-sponsored by Roosevelt University and is free and open to the public....Read More »


Marshall Field’s and Company
Marshall Field’s and Company
Posted Apr 17, 2012

Marshall Field and Company reigned as Chicago’s leading department store for many decades. Do you remember Frango Mints, the tradition of lunch in the Walnut Room, and the delightful holiday window displays? Leslie Goddard, historian and author of the new book Remembering Marshall Field’s will...

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The History and Music of the Dulcimer
The History and Music of the Dulcimer
Posted Apr 17, 2012

The Questers, an organized antique-study group, will present the History and Music of the Dulcimer. The presentation and exhibit is free and open to the public.

For additional information called Jeannette at 847-884-5539.

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Memory: The Good, the Bad and the Surprising
Memory: The Good, the Bad and the Surprising
Posted Apr 16, 2012

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Friendship Village will host Marlene Brusko, Psy.D, as she discusses the fascinating topic of memory including how to help eliminate or slow its deterioration, what research tells us about memory, and what are common beliefs and misconceptions.

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Elgin Symphony Chamber Youth Orchestra
Elgin Symphony Chamber Youth Orchestra
Posted Apr 14, 2012

Hanson String Quartet, an honors strings group from the Elgin Symphony Chamber Youth Orchestra, performs its repertoire of beautiful classical music.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Titanic Remembered
Titanic Remembered
Posted Apr 13, 2012

Friendship Village residents will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on Friday, April 13th. “Our residents grew up knowing about this enormous tragedy that had happened during their parents’ lifetimes. There’s really a fascination about it,” said Donna Brown,...

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Understanding Medicare
Understanding Medicare
Posted Apr 12, 2012

Are you trying to navigate the complexities of Medicare? If so, you’re far from alone. Are you wondering who is eligible for Medicare? Is there a specific enrollment period? What is a donut hole? If you have Medicare do you also need a supplemental insurance policy? What is Plan F? If you...

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Titanic-The Ship, the People, Stories and Legends
Titanic-The Ship, the People, Stories and Legends
Posted Apr 09, 2012

Entertainer John Boda shares his insight about the interesting people onboard the Titanic, which sank on her maiden voyage 100 years ago. John will tell stories about a person who miraculously survived the disaster and others who had premonitions about the trip. John will also talk about his own...

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Heather Braoudakis Presents Amazing Grace
Heather Braoudakis Presents Amazing Grace
Posted Apr 06, 2012

Join us for an evening of favorite inspirational hymns.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Understanding Medicare
Understanding Medicare
Posted Apr 02, 2012

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Are you trying to navigate the complexities of Medicare? If so, you’re far from alone. Are you wondering who is eligible for Medicare? Is there a specific enrollment period? What is a donut hole? If you have Medicare do you also need a supplemental insurance policy? What is Plan F? If...

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The Singing Men of Oakbrook
The Singing Men of Oakbrook
Posted Apr 01, 2012

Enjoy the wonderful voices of the Singing Men of Oakbrook, a men's chorus with members from a wide range of communities, professions and churches.

This event is free and open to the public.

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