Monday, March 4, 2013
Tickets for the Highland Park Nursing and Rehab Center's Passover seder on March 21 are available at the Highland Park Senior Center.
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Monday, March 4
The Highland Park Nursing and Rehab Center (HPNRC) is proud to be hosting a traditional pre-Passover model seder in collaboration with the Highland Park Senior Center. The seder, led by Rabbi Nosson Factor, will take place on Thursday, March 21, at 11:30 a.m. at Highland Park Nursing & Rehab Center, at 50 Pleasant Ave. in Highwood. Admission will be $5 for Highland Park Senior Center members, and $8 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased by stopping by the Highland Park Senior Center, or calling (847) 432.4110. All registration fees will be generously donated to the Highland Park Senior Center. Admission will include a complementary Haggadah. A delicious gourmet Passover meal will follow the Seder from noon to 1 p.m., where guests of …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Get inspired by the love stories on display all month at the First Bank of Highland Park. Share your own love story with Patch!
Don't have a valentine this year? You need some inspiration! Take heart in the heartwarming love stories on display throughout February at First Bank of Highland Park. The ode to romance opened on Feb. 2. Local seniors from the Highland Park Senior Center, Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Senior Center and Weinberg Community for Senior Living visited the bank to view the exhibit, which includes their personal love stories and photos, reported the Chicago Tribune. Marvin Bloom, who resides at the Weinberg Community for Senior Living with wife Doreen, wrote, "She was so gorgeous and I was so in love. I was afraid that if I didn't propose she would get picked up by someone else." The exhibit is on display at the Ruth Fell Wander Community Art Wall, …
Saturday, July 14, 2012
The loss of her father-in-law inspires Betsy Brint to appreciate the value of spending your later years on the North Shore.
Palm Beach. Palm Springs. Scottsdale. Santa Fe. Anywhere in California. Or, to be honest, anywhere but here. This is a game I’ve been playing with my husband for years. Each year, magazines rank cities based on their appeal as potential retirement communities. Some have mountains. Some overlook oceans. All promise sun, golf, warmth and miles of trails into the abyss of future indeterminate happiness. But until a major family event this week, I hadn’t realized that I have been overlooking the most obvious retirement location option. I’ll call it the Dorothy Gale backyard epiphany. That’s right. I think my perfect spot is in my own backyard. Those of you who know me well are shaking your heads, yelling at your computer screens, and …