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Residents can visit Fire Museum in Gage Park

Today is Friday,

July 25.

Saturday, July 26 will be the next

chance to visit the Fire Museum of Greater Chicago, 5218 S. Western Ave. It is open

from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. I guarantee

you will not be disappointed! You can check out pictures from the day I went on

the Gage Park Chicago Illinois page on Facebook or better yet go see it for

yourself. You will not be disappointed.

You won’t believe how much Chicago history is packed in that little

building. Come and meet the guys; they can answer all your questions and tell

you so much you never knew before.

Save the date for William

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Gage Park, 2411 W. 55th St., at 6:30

p.m. Thursday, July 31. Shakespeare’s comedy comes to neighborhood parks across

Chicago. “Shakespeare in the Park” is returning to Gage Park. The Chicago

Shakespeare Theatre, the City of Chicago, Chicago Park District and Boeing are

teaming up to present this annual tradition.

This summer there will be 26 free performances of “A Midsummer Night’s

Dream” throughout 18 neighborhood parks in the city. The trucks will roll in,

the stage will be set and magic will happen right before your eyes. This

activity stimulates the community and breaks down barriers. For more

information call (312) 595-5600 or visit www.chicagoshakes.com/parks. Remember

to bring a blanket or lawn chairs.

St. Clare has started their weekly street procession with the Blessed

Sacrament. They meet every Thursday at 6 p.m. in the church, 5443 S. Washtenaw

Ave. Residents can meet in the church, process through the neighborhood saying

the Rosary and then back to the church.

Harper High School classes of

January and June 1964 will celebrate their 50th reunion at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept.

26 at the Orland Chateau, 14500 S. LaGrange Road. Orland Park. Check out more

information on their website at www.orlandchateaubanquets.com.

A cash bar will be available throughout the evening including beer,

wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks. A booklet listing all 1964 classmates

including a biography as well as a lanyard displaying each graduates picture is

also planned. The biographies will be based on the information supplied on

completed questionnaires. If you have any Harper memorabilia you would like to

share bring it to the reunion and remember to label it with your name.

The cost to attend the reunion is $55 per person. All 1964 classmates

and their guests are welcome as well as graduates from other years. Make checks

payable to Harper 1964 Class Reunion and mail to Diane Panush, 2635 W. 94th

St., Evergreen Park, IL 60805. A block of rooms have been reserved at the

Country Inn and Suites, 18315 S. LaGrange Road, Orland Park. Call them at (708)

560-9300 to confirm reservations. Ask for Harper Reunion.

If you have any questions, contact Diane Meyerhoff Panush, (708)

636-7548 or [email protected]; Diane Rougeau Sinda, (708) 687-7241 or

[email protected], Phyllis Santomarco Rini at (708) 448-7073 or

[email protected]; or Beverly

Zimmerman Wehofer, (708) 598-8779 or [email protected]

Spread the word and if you have any

information about former students or faculty please let the committee know.

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