News & Events
August 13: Levy Summer Concert with Ken Slauf
All are welcome to this free concert located in the soccer field next to the Levy Senior Center. Come listen to Ken Slauf play a wide range of music from the Beatles, to 18th century folk songs... nothing is off-limits! Bring your lawn chairs, food, beverages, and friends!
Sept. 14 Lecture Webinar:
Levy Café Reopens
to In-Person Dining
Join us for a hot dine-in meal, Mon-Fri, 11:30am - 1pm, or pick up a 5-pack of frozen meals on Tuesdays from 10:30am to 1pm. Reservations are required 1 week in advance for both. To make a reservation, call the Center at (847) 448-8250. The meal program is for those 59 and over.
August 17 Senior Day Trip: Architecture Boat Tour
Join us as we head to Navy Pier to explore Chicago Architecture via the Chicago River! Over 40 Chicago Landmarks await you on this 75-minute tour on Tuesday the 17th from noon to 4pm. $55 for Levy members or $70 non-members. Register online, or by calling the Center at (847) 448-8250.
Levy Senior Center
Missed a Lecture?
Watch it on YouTube
Featuring acclaimed speakers, the LSCF's virtual lecture series engages our community on subjects including a history of Chicago block clubs, Daisy Bates, the Chicago "L" tracks, and stories of Syrian refugees among others. Visit our YouTube channel to explore.
Sept. 3: Open Basketball
is Back at Levy!
Who's ready to shoot some hoops? We are! Levy Senior Center open basketball every Tuesday from 12 to 2pm. Levy Senior Center membership is required and participants must be 55 and up. Masks are also required. For more information, contact the Center at (847) 448-8250.
The Fitness Room is First-Come First-Serve
Beginning on July 6, the Fitness Room will no longer require appointments. All cardio equipment will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with 30-minute time limits. Masks and Memberships are required. For more information, contact the Center at (847) 448-8250.
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.