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clubs Pioneer Pinstripes Club

Pioneers meet for bowling, bocce, great food and socialization with the Recreation Supervisor and other Pioneers at Pinstripes. Cost is $12 payable at Pinstripes and includes games, lunch, coffee or tea (gratuity is extra). Attend any four sessions and receive a free Pioneers-Pinstripe Club shirt. Call 630-645-9516 with questions or to RSVP. Ages: 55+. Pinstripes, 7 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook

Day Date M Starts 4/3

Time 2-4pm

R/NR See above classes AARP Driver Safety

Safe driving is a challenge for all drivers, but the risks can increase with age. Studies show fewer crashes and violations occur among drivers who have taken this nationally- recognized course. Family members may also register. For more information on this AARP Smart Driver Course, call 630-258-2342. Sign up on Oak Brook registration form to reserve a space in the class. Payment by cash or check of $15 for AARP members or $20 for non-AARP members will be collected at the start of class by the instructor. Canterberry Room.

Code Day Date 6689 TuW 2/28-3/1

excursions All excursions depart from the Tennis Center Parking Lot.

Museum of Broadcast

From the first televised presidential debates to Neil Armstrong using his smartphone to check-in at the moon, some of society’s most formative moments are products of major advances in communication technology. Besides historic newsreels and pivotal artifacts, the museum’s curators have embraced the light-hearted side of communications, with collections of puppets and props from classic children’s television shows and television commercials dating back 60 years. Those who grew up in the Chicago area will recognize artifacts from WGN programs such as Bozo’s Circus and Garfield Goose and Friends. Several characters from The Ray Rayner Show spark fond memories, most notably his beloved canine puppet, Cuddly Dudley. Visitors can participate in their own interactive newscasts or explore permanent exhibits in the National Radio Hall of Fame, which houses artifacts from The Jack Benny Program and the original ventriloquist dummies from The Charlie McCarthy Show. Lunch at Cantina Laredo for Modern Mexican food and transportation are included in this trip. Register by: 12/21.

Code Day Date Time 6760 W 1/11

R/NR 9am-3pm $67/$73

Time 1-5pm

R/NR See above

“My Way” Frank Sinatra Tribute

Relive the legendary career of Frank Sinatra as four actors share more than 50 of his beloved hits. When asked the key to his success, Sinatra replied, “sing good songs.” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Chicago,” “New York, New York,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” and “That’s Life” are just some of those songs showcased in this musical tribute to the iconic success story of Ol’ Blue Eyes. This trip to the Theatre at the Center includes a lunch before the show in the theatre in Munster, IN. There will also be time to view the unique local art gallery and gift shop featured in the theatre. Register by: 1/18.

Code Day Date Time R/NR 6662 W 2/15 10:30am-5:30pm $83/$89

Saturday Night Fever at Drury Lane Let’s bring back the bell-bottom suits and flash the medallions with this Seventies-themed musical chock full of the hits made famous by British disco band the Bee Gees. Follow the exploits of rebellious Brooklyn teenager Tony Manero as he flaunts his impressive moves on the dance floor in the hope of snagging the girl of his dreams. Featuring all the tunes of the original movie such as “Stayin’ Alive”, “More Than a Woman” and of course, “Night Fever”, this show is sure to be spectacular. We will also enjoy a group lunch at the theatre prior to the show with your choice of entree. Transportation is not included in this trip so the meeting point will be at Drury Lane Theatre. Register by: 2/1.

Code Day Date Time 6751 W 2/22 11am-4pm


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