Scholar-in-Residence to Discuss History, Psychology with Seniors -BYLN-

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Scholar-in-Residence to Discuss History, Psychology with Seniors -BYLN-


Events that specify they are for those who are over age 50, including trips, classes, support programs, fitness and lectures. Deadline is two weeks before event date.

Scholar-in-Residence: 12:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4 and 11, Patty Turner Senior Center, 375 Elm St., Deerfield. Barry Bradford leads an array of educational programs focused on history, psychology, theater and books. The topic for Jan. 4 will be a psychological profile of Teddy Roosevelt. The topic for Jan. 11 will be a psychological profile of Harry Truman. Bring a brown bag lunch. Cost is $3 per session for PTSC members, $10 for nonmembers. Call (847) 940-4010, e-mail seniors@dfpd.org or visit deerfieldseniors.org.

Silberman Art Studio: 12:30-2:30 p.m. Mondays, Jan. 4 to March 22 (no class Jan. 18, Feb. 15 or March 1), Patty Turner Senior Center, 375 Elm St., Deerfield. Learn basic drawing techniques and the use of charcoal, pencil and watercolors. $106 per person. Call (847) 940-4010, e-mail seniors@dfpd.org or visit deerfieldseniors.org.

Senior Coffee Club: 9:30-10:30 a.m. the first and third Monday of the month, Lindenhurst Park District, 2200 E. Grass Lake Road, Lindenhurst. Enjoy coffee, doughnuts and company. Registration is not necessary. For ages 50 and over in the Senior Room. $1 per visit. For details, call (847) 356-6011 or visit lindenhurstparks.org.

Tuesday Men's Club: 8:45 a. …

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