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At this meeting, we will decide when we want to meet (afternoon or evening or both), how often, where we will meet and the times. Most importantly, we will decide which games we want to play. Suggestions: Pinochle, Euchre, Hearts, Spades or Poker (for small stakes).
Hopefully, we will also have some time to play cards at this meeting.
05/2: The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin
This will be a ZOOM Meeting.
Restart of NNNC Men‘s Book Group
AURELIO'S PIZZA (NAPERVILLE)
COME FOR DINNER (5:00-5:15 p.m.) - STAY FOR BUNCO! (Beginning at 6:30 p.m.)
- or just come to play Bunco
Things to Bring: $5 for prizes (in singles or 5‘s please), $2 for extra tips, and cash for your dinner and/or beverages.
No experience or special talent required. Anyone can do it.
It‘s a great way to meet other members.
We will be meeting at the home of Nicky Vincent. Please bring your treasures to share. If you have any questions, e-mail me at email@example.com.
Please join us as we return to one of our favorite restaurants.
Volunteer opportunity at Naperville VFW annual plant sale. Please sign up by emailing (MARCYMAUGHAN@ASTOUND.NET) or calling (630-251-3503) Marcy Maughan at the VFW.
The Board Meeting will be conducted in the Board Room at Naperville Bank and Trust
We will be walking the trails of Herrick Lake Forest Preserve from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Meet in the south parking lot located east of Herrick Rd.,
just north of Warrenville Rd. and 1/4 mile south of Butterfield Rd. Text Carolyn at 630-930-9156 if you are coming.
Destination: England, Scotland and Ireland. Please bring your own beverage.
Walden Floral Design Company
Join us for a floral design class where we will be making Mother‘s Day bouquets for ourselves or for a special mother in our life. This 2 hour class includes all instruction, flowers, tools, and vase to complete our floral bouquet. Soft drinks, water and small snacks will also be included. You may bring your own alcoholic beverage if you wish. Cost is $65 per person-you will receive a link to pay directly after you sign up. No refunds 48 hours prior to class date.
We will take a "Field Trip" to Lilacia Park in Lombard to see all their varieties of Lilac bushes. After viewing the park, we will have lunch at Shannon‘s
Deli (hopefully on the rooftop) located across from the park at 11 S. Park Ave. We will meet in the Jewel-Osco parking lot at 75th St. & Naper Blvd. at
9:30 a.m. Lunch will be at around 11:30 a.m.
If you are coming, please contact Carolyn Klein via text 630-930-9156 by 5 p.m. on May 14th.
Movie Time: 3:40 p.m. We meet 10 minutes before the show in the lobby.
We meet on the third Tuesday of the month.
Contact Dan Henriksen for more information.
Bingo monthly at Aurelio‘s Pizza
Come between 6:00-6-15 p.m. to get settled and order dinner and or drinks. Bingo at 6:30 p.m. on the patio space.
Knock Knolls Nature Center
This Wednesday looks like great cycling weather. How about a leisurely ride from Knock Knolls Park on the DuPage River Trail? The trail is paved and has a gentle grade as it follows the DuPage River along Washington Street. We will ride on the mostly shaded trail to just north of Veteran’s Park north of Gartner. The trail ends at Villa Avenue where we will have a short ride on bike lanes through residential streets to the Dunkin Donuts on Hillside.
We’ll leave from the parking lot of the Knock Knolls Nature Center at 320 Knock Knolls Road in Naperville at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, May 17th. The total distance will be 9.4 miles with a coffee, and or ice cream, stop at the Dunkin Donuts at the corner of Washington and Hillside at 4.7 miles. This will be a leisurely ride.
Want to add a few miles? After returning to our starting point some of us will continue on the DuPage River Trail to and around Whalon Lake to add another 8 miles to our ride.
Find your helmet, dust off the bike, pump up the tires, and get ready for a leisurely ride, coffee, maybe ice cream, and conversation.
I look forward to seeing you all this Wednesday.
What Do You Collect? In the endless world of collectibles are some very interesting stories. Join us as we learn about collections and how they began, are curated and the passion behind them. Don’t think you collect anything? Look around, you may be surprised that you also have developed a passion for some “favorite” item. Members are encouraged but not required to bring something they collect.
This month‘s book selection is "Daisy Jones and the Six"
Let‘s meet at the wonderful Graham‘s 318 Coffee House on the famous 3rd Street in downtown Geneva, IL. They serve up some world class coffees, lattes, teas and chocolate drinks there and also offer pastries and other breakfast refreshments. Then we can shop til we drop - or at least until we need to stop for more refreshments!
10AM - noon
318 S. 3rd Street
more info at: www.318coffeehouse.com
We will be walking the trails at St. James Farm Forest Preserve from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Meet in the main parking lot east of Winfield Rd.
just North of Butterfield Rd. (Rte 56).
Text Carolyn at 630-930-9156 if you are coming.
Meet at 10:30 on the 4th Tuesday. We spend a short time chatting and catching up over some light snacks before beginning the discussion.
Book selection for 2023-2024 club year
1330 Crab Apple Court
We will be planting flower pots at 2 locations this year: 428 E. Bailey Road and 1330 Crab Apple Court
WE MEET AT 1330 Crab Apple Court at 9:30. We just need to supply the "manpower". Please bring along garden gloves, a trowel. drinking water and anything else you think you might need.
Park on the perimeter to respect bank patrons
NNNC Membership Celebration to introduce our Scholarship winners, recognize our activity group leaders, volunteers, and leadership team.
Light appetizers and non alcoholic drinks provided. Cash Bar Available.
Consider staying for dinner immediately following the NNNC End of Season Event
Come celebrate the beautiful colors of May at the home of Kelly Krauss with Beth Riordan co-hosting. Bring one of your favorite Summer Salads to share - green, pasta, fruit, meat, seafood - she would like all the colors of the rainbow!
Kelly is making a chicken salad and Beth is bringing a fruit salad. Kelly can accommodate 25 ladies and if it‘s beautiful weather can host up to 40. So if the event says Full, please put your name on the Waiting List and pray for a beautiful day!
Please text Kelly at 630-247-1578 and let her know what type of salad you will be bringing.
No walk today due to the holiday.