Celebrating Seniors Week at Oak Park Public Library

Three great programs for seniors, May 16 - 23

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Improve your memory with Dr. Burton Fischman - Thursday, May 16 at 2 pm

Learn new ways to improve your memory and gain confidence with Dr. Burton Fischman, an octogenarian who became a personal trainer on his 80th birthday! A retired Communications Professor, Dr. Fischman uses his talents as a former stand-up comedian to help seniors learn new ideas for improving short term memory...while having fun.

 

Join Doug Deuchler for a screening of "The Bucket List" - Monday, May 20 at 2 pm

Film historian Doug Dechler presents "The Bucket List" (2007), featuring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman as terminally ill men who escape from a cancer ward to head off on a trip with their bucket lists of to-dos. Bring your own bucket list to share.

 

Find the right path to aging gracefully - Thursday, May 23 at 1 pm

Learn new ideas for healthy living and graceful aging with Dr. Sheila Dugan, M.D., Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Dugan has helped thousands of patients to age gracefully through appropriate physical activity and healthy eating habits. You can too.

 

Enjoy these free programs at Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake Street. The library is wheelchair accessible and offers two hours of free parking in tyhe attached underground garage.

 

 

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