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The Oak Park-River Forest Community Associates of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Nineteenth Century Club celebrated Valentine's Day early on Feb. 7 with a lecture by Jeff Nigro, director of adult programs, museum education at the Art Institute of Chicago and a performance of Dante's New Life, by John Nygro accompanied by Joel Spears on lute. Tea was served by the Nineteenth Century Club. This was a complimentary program presented as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the OPRF Community Associates of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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