RSVP required through Moraine Township at (847)432-3240. Two Bay Area authors providing informative session about conceiving, designing and sustaining green schoolyards and school gardens. Beverages and desserts provided.
Enjoy a discussion with Elliot Miller, president of the Highland Park Historical Society, about the rich cultural history of our town.
Lark and Termite by Jayne Anne Phillips. Set in West Virginia in 1959 (with flashbacks to the Korean War), Lark and Termite is a powerful tale of family secrets and love featuring two orphaned siblings, 17-year-old Lark and her developmentally challenged younger brother, Termite.
Film instructor Dick Adler leads an in-depth discussion about this film.
This dark comedy centers on Larry Gopnik, a Jewish college professor in the Midwest during the 1960s. He watches his life unravel as his wife prepares to leave him for his pompous colleague, his deadbeat brother wont get off the couch, his son is having problems at school and his daughter is stealing money from his wallet in order to save up for a nose job. Starring Michael Stuhlbarg, Richard Kind, Aaron Wolf. Directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.
Sponsored by the Armon J. Kaplan Memorial Fund
Chicago Tribune theater critic Chris Jones explores the theme. A From Page to Stage program held in conjunction with the Writers Theatre production of She Loves Me. From Page To Stage is an innovative series of special events hosted by Writers Theatre and area libraries.
A Senior Resource Specialist will be available to provide information, assistance and advocacy on issues important to seniors, and can answer such questions as:
My income has been significantly reduced. Where can I turn for help?
My new job doesn't begin until next month and my utility bills are past due. What can I do?