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Catch the Last
Lecture of 2022!

Learn about distinctive aspects of the Black aesthetic quilting tradition and how quilting is used by Black women writers 6/28 at 1pm.

News & Events

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June 28 100th Levy Lecturer:

Dr. Vaughn-Manley!

Don't miss our 100th lecture this Tuesday with Dr. Vaughn-Manley. She will discuss the distinctive aspects of the Black aesthetic quilting tradition and how quilting is used by Black women writers to assert individual/collective agency and build community(ies). Learn more.


Suite Mollie gets folks dancing at Jamming Jean 

"Suite Mollie had Evanstonians of all ages busting a move in James Park behind the Levy Center on Friday. The band played songs from Stevie Wonder, Amy Winehouse, Beyonce, Prince and Bruno Mars, to an intergenerational crowd of more than 400 people..." Read more here.

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Check Out The Summer Program Guide!

The full Summer Program Guide is now available. This digital only issue provides hundreds of recreation programs, special events, and ways to keep you healthy, active, and having fun this summer. View all adult and senior programs and events in our summer brochure on pages 23 - 30.


June 28: Come Play

LGBT+ Pride Bingo!

The Levy Center is partnering with Thrive with Pride to present Pride Bingo! Join us on Zoom at 11am on Tuesday the 28th with World Famous *BOB* and Deejay Lingerie. You can register and play at home, or call the Levy Center at (847) 448-8250 by June 18 if you want to play in person.


June 23 Senior Trip:

Rivers Casino!

Join the Levy Senior Center going to Rivers Casino in Des Plaines. At the Casino, step into the excitement of nearly 1050 slots and 48 table games. $20 Fee only includes transportation. Gaming and lunch costs are on the trip participant. Dennis Newton scholarships are available. Register now.


June 29 Longevity:

Matters of the Heart

Dr. McKenna will discuss the key components to maintaining a healthy heart and cardiovascular system. This webinar will include prevention, risk factors, warning signs, as well as the potential for reversing heart disease. This talk is free and open to the public. Learn more.

The Levy Senior Center Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, operates to improve the quality of life

for Evanston Seniors by soliciting monies to supplement the Levy Senior Center’s operating budget.

 In partnership with the City of Evanston, we seek to improve the Center, its programs and resources.