News & Events
May 14 Through July
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May 21 Fran Randall Music Series: Blue Violet Duo
Featuring Dr. Louise Chen, pianist and Dr. Kate Carter, violinist, Blue Violet Duo "excels at both extremes, from the nuanced and restrained to the incandescent and extravagant" (Stringendo Magazine). The concert will be taped and the video link will be released at 1:30 p.m. Learn More.
June 11: Disco in the Park
with DJ Michael Stinson
Join the Levy Center and local DJ Michael Stinson as he plays your favorite 70's disco hits. This event will take place in the James Park soccer field, next to the Levy gymnasium. Bring your lawn chairs, friends and beverages. Masks required.
May 18 Lecture Webinar:
May 21: "Ravinia" at the
Levy Senior Center
Join the Levy Senior Center and one-man-band musician Randy Walker as he performs your favorite 60's tunes. This free concert will take place outside in the James Park Soccer Field, next to the Levy Center gymnasium. Bring your lawn chairs, friends and beverages. Masks required.
Missed a Lecture?
Watch it on YouTube
Featuring acclaimed speakers, the LSCF's virtual lecture series engages our community on subjects including Daisy Bates, the Chicago "L" tracks, and stories of Syrian refugees among others. Visit our YouTube channel to explore.
May 19 Finance Series:
May's topic is titled, "It’s Not What You Make, It’s What You Keep". All those 50+ are welcome to attend. This seminar is sponsored and led by Neil Gardner of Edward Jones Financial in Skokie. It will be offered via Zoom. To register, call the Center at (847) 448-8250.
May 26 Levy Longevity:
Caring for Your Aging Brain
Join Dr. Kenneth Grumet, an AMITA physician who specializes in geriatric medicine with an emphasis on brain health on Wednesday, May 26. Dr. Grumet will discuss how our brains naturally age, how to slow the progression, and risk factors for brain disease. Register.
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.