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  1. Art Exhibit: "Still Winter"

    January 7, 2020, 12:00 PM - January 31, 2020, 4:00 PM @ Salon Artists Gallery

    Come see the artists' interpretation of a "Still Winter." No reception will take place during the exhibit. Gallery hours: Tuesday, 10am-4pm, Wednesday and Saturday, noon-4pm and Friday, 1:30-4pm. For more information, call Patricia Moore, 708-833-5108 or Bev Szaton 708-703-7806.

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  2. Learn Your Birds By Spring

    January 12, 2020, 1:00 PM - February 16, 2020, 3:30 PM @ Thorn Creek Nature Center

    Six weekly lessons and short hikes given by: Master Birder, Sue Zelek, on the key shapes, markings, habits and songs of our local birds. This adventure will make spring bird watching a snap! Sponsored by: Thorn Creek Audubon Society. Registration and payment by Saturday, January 4. For more information, call 708-747-6320. $50 prepaid for full series.

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  3. Art Exhibit: "Humans Merely Being."

    January 17, 2020 - February 22, 2020 @ Tall Grass Arts Association

    Come view behind their eyes, six artists portray people at work, play, contemplation. Artists include: Javier Chavira, Michael Chelich, Judy Fan, Jeanine Hill-Snoldner, Jean Lewis and Jessica Smith Mattingly. Curators: Claudia and Debbie Craemer, Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm; Sunday and Monday, Closed. For more information, call 708-748-3377.

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  4. Aspire! Conference 2020 Women's Empowerment Summit Featuring R.C. Blakes, Jr. of the Queenology Movement - Part 1: Inspiration & Discussions; $25.

    January 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Freedom Hall Nathan Manilow Theatre

    Part 1: Inspiration & Discussions; $25. Queenology is the next dimension of The Father Daughter Talk Movement. Though many women are impacted by the physical and emotional absence of fathers, they are no less queens by nature; however, even a queen by nature must be made consciously aware of her true station in life. Queenology is a call to elevate the consciousness of modern women, young and old. As society goes, the interest of women is often at the bottom of the deck. The true power and accomplishments of sisters in this advanced society go unheralded. The collateral damage of this intentional shrugging of the woman's power, contributions and potential is a diminished self definition. The woman begins to miniaturize herself and forces herself into a dwarfed social standard that amounts to her being second class. Register Today! 708-283-5621; email erandle@vopf.com

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  5. Park Forest Gardening Series: Nearly No Maintenance Gardens

    January 25, 2020, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Wetlands Discovery Center

    The Park Forest Gardening Series provides tips for both beginners and avid gardeners on a a variety of topics. The series is sponsored by the Village of Park Forest and the Park Forest Environment Commission. January's session discusses beautiful ideas for lower-maintenance gardens that are perfect for seniors, working families, and non-gardeners.

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  6. Aspire! Conference 2020 Women's Empowerment Summit Featuring R.C. Blakes, Jr. of the Queenology Movement - Part II: Business Luncheon to Follow; FREE

    January 25, 2020, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM @ Dining of the Green

    Part II: Business Luncheon to Follow; FREE Join us if you are looking to start or grow a small business, get ideas on how to create another stream of income. We will have a guest speaker to inspire you and panelist to share ideas. Learn the 3 Pillars for Business Success: Money Mindset, Goals and Objectives & Money Tools. Register Today! 708-283-5621; Email: erandle@vopf.com.

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