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2 | November 27, 2019 | 22nd century media holiday guide

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Event to feature

Santa, reindeer

and vendors

22nd Century Media

to hold Mistletoe Market

To finish out its 2019

Ladies Night Out series,

22nd Century Media is

pulling out all the stops

for its upcoming Mistletoe

Market.

The event — presented

by Colleen McLaughlin

of the McLaughlin Team

at Coldwell Banker Residential

— is scheduled for

4-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec.

5, at Orland Park Crossing,

14255 S. 95th Ave. in

Orland Park, at the former

Charming Charlie and The

Dailey Method store locations.

The majority of the

event will be held indoors.

In addition to more than

70 vendors, with beauty,

clothing, food, gifts, health

and wellness, jewelry and

more, the event also will

have special visitors from

the North Pole, presented

by Fox’s Pizza, including

Santa, Mrs. Claus and an

elf from 4-8 p.m. Families

are encouraged to bring

their cameras to snap

their own free photos with

Santa. A couple of Santa’s

reindeer, presented by Porter

Place Memory Care,

will also be at the event

from 5-8 p.m. Attendees of

all ages can visit with them

outside the former Charming

Charlie location.

Jolly Holiday Buffet

Ring in 2020!

Buffet, Sweet Table, Music, Drinks,

Dancing, Champagne & Party Favors

7:30 pm - 12:30 am

Starting at 5:30 p.m.,

the Sandburg Chamber

Singers are to sing holiday

music outside the entrances

at both locations.

Chef Michael McGreal, of

Joliet Junior College Culinary

Arts, will do a live

ice-carving demonstration,

presented by Dykstra

Home Services, starting at

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5:30 p.m. outside the former

Dailey Method location.

Holiday Glamour sponsor

Von Maur will offer

holiday makeovers at the

event. DIY Sign Party is to

offer attendees the chance

to paint their own ornament

for $5-$8.

When attendees visit

both locations of Mistletoe

Market, they will have

the chance to get a punch

on their Mistletoe Market

Passport and enter to

win gift cards as well as

Broadway in Chicago tickets.

The grand prize is two

gold tickets to WeishFest

on Dec. 6 at 115 Bourbon

Street to see Andy Grammer

and Walker Hayes

perform.

The first 200 attendees

also will receive a free tote

bag from Artistic Med Spa.

Other sponsors for

Mistletoe Market include

Coldwell Banker Residential

Brokerage & Neighborhood

Loans, Moraine

Valley Community College,

Sterk Family Law

Group P.C. and Women’s

Healthcare of Illinois.

The event is free to attend,

but attendees are encouraged

to bring a new

toy to donate. Following

the event, toys will be donated

to several area organizations

for the holiday

season.

For more information,

visit 22ndCenturyMedia.

com/mistletoe.

Submitted by 22nd Century

Media, 11516 W. 183rd Place

3SW, Orland Park. For more

information, call (708) 326-

9170 or visit 22ndCentury

Media.com.

Ladies Night Out - Mistletoe Market Vendors

• 22nd Century Media

• 3B’s Mobile Boutique

• A-N-D Bedding

• ARMOR Video & Photo

• Artistic Med Spa

• Avon

• Bare Scrubs by Mary

O’Connor

• Beautycounter

• Between Me, You, and

The Wall

• Brannigan Chiropractic

• Charlene’s Doggie Oasis

• Chela Nay Boutique

• ChoVonne Accessories

• Colleen McLaughlin,

The McLaughlin Team,

Coldwell Banker

Residential

• Coldwell Banker

Residential Brokerage &

Neighborhood Loans

• Color Street - Tracy

Swanson, independent

stylist

• Comfy Threads Boutique

• Crafts by Rosemary

• DIY Sign Party

• doTERRA

• Dykstra Home Services

• Eagle Sports Range

• Elements by The

Odyssey

• Fabulously Sweet

Creations

• Four 12 Photography

• Fred Astaire Mokena

• Gemzisle

• Gift Basket by Occasion

• GorJus Whips Body

Butter

• Gracie Pie Apothecary

• Hemp Heals Body Shop

• Huaywasi: Handmade

in Peru

• Imperfect Produce

• Infinity Scarves by Nancy

• Inspirational Lula

Ladies Tiffany & Sheri

(LuLaRoe)

• Inspire Studio Gallery

• Irish Greens

• Jean Lachat Photography

• Jewels 2 U

• Juicy Luzy Sangria

• Just a Spoonful

• Laurie’s Fudgelicious

• L’BRI PURE n’ NATURAL

Skin Care

• LegalShield

• Madewithalittlelove

• Made for Me Boutique

• Mary Kay Cosmetics

• Matilda Jane Clothing

• Mrs. Banton’s Cookies

• NEW YOU CBD

• Norwex

• Nothing Bundt Cake

• Nurturing through

Nature

• Oberweis Dairy Home

Delivery

• Paparazzi (Glamour

Bijoux)

• Parker James Boutique

• Porter Place Memory

Care

• Premier Designs Jewelry

• R&R Candles

• Rock’s #1 Gals Jewelry

• RockNmom Art

• Smart Cake Creations

• Sterk Family Law Group

P.C.

• Surprise Parties

• Tastefully Simple

• The Little Red Donut

Truck

• Thirty-One Gifts

• Total Life Changes (TLC)

• Totes & Taggies by

Melinda

• Usborne Books & More

• Virtue Cider

• Von Maur

• Wakaya Perfection/

CBD/KETO

• Wicks & Wax

• Wine, Spirit, Butterbeer

Mixes

• Women’s Healthcare of

Illinois

• Young Living Essential

Oils (Oily University)

• Younique


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Ashburn Baptist

welcomes community

to ‘Always a King,’

Christmas Eve service

We gather to worship

and give all of our praise

to the One who was and

is and who will always

be our King! We worship

Him — Jesus, our King —

for the amazing Christmas

story. Its story of redemption,

sacrifice and of His

great love for us.

“For to us a child is

born, to us a son is given;

and the government shall

be upon his shoulder, and

his name shall be called

Wonderful Counselor,

Mighty God, Everlasting

Father, Prince of Peace.”

(Isaiah 9:6)

Mark your calendar this

Christmas for this mustsee

presentation by Ashburn

Baptist Church, “Always

A King,” a powerful

Christmas musical that

will immerse you in the

Christmas story like you

have never experienced

before, performed by Ashburn

Worship. Last year’s

program, “The Gift,” drew

record crowds, so be sure

to get your free tickets as

soon as you can.

There will be two presentations

this year at 6

p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, and

Sunday, Dec. 15. Doors

open at 5 p.m. Come early

and grab a cup of coffee

or hot chocolate and some

fresh-baked cookies.

Get your free tickets

online at www.ashburnbaptist.com.

We can’t wait

to celebrate the Christmas

season with your family

this year.

We also will have a

beautiful Christmas Eve

Candlelight service at 6

p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24.

Submitted by Ashburn Baptist

Church, 15401 Wolf Raod

in Orland Park. For more

information, visit www.ash

burnbaptist.com or call (708)

403-1363.


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Enjoy Village of

Lemont’s holiday scene

Brighten up one’s

holiday season by visiting

Lemont and taking a

stroll all around our historic

downtown, as we’re

“Lighting Up Lemont”

this season. Our illuminating

holiday decoration

display includes a

fun twist for the entire

family this year. Loomie,

an augmented reality

app, features interactive

games to play and allows

users to create unique

photos and holiday cards

in seconds.

Our holiday season begins

with our Hometown

Holiday event in our historic

downtown on Saturday,

Dec. 7, from 3 to 7

p.m. We will be “Lighting

Up Lemont” with our

dazzling light display

sponsored by the Downtown

Merchants Association

and the Village of

Lemont throughout the

entire season.

Come and experience

Lemont and enjoy our

holiday scene.

Submitted by Village of

Lemont, 418 Main St. in

Lemont. For more information,

visit lemont.il.us/Holi

day or call (630) 257-1550.

Porter Place residents

offering heartwarming gifts

Heartwarming holiday gifts, made

by residents of Porter Place Memory

Care, are available for $2 each. All

proceeds will benefit a local animal

shelter.

The iconic bone-shaped, organic

dog cookies are beautifully decorated

by Porter Place residents. This activity

is only one example of the many

life-engagement opportunities that

help rekindle fond memories, plus

create meaningful moments of joy

and purpose for each resident.

Porter Place promises to love, protect

and engage those with memory

loss.

For more information and holiday

savings, call (708) 781-1050 for information

& holiday savings.

Submitted by Porter Place Memory Care,

17833 S. Harlem Ave. in Tinley Park.


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See what’s new at Hanover Place

Exciting changes have gone on at Hanover

Place this year. In May, Greystar

took over management of the property. It

renovated units with upgraded counters

and stainless steal appliances. But the biggest

changes have come in the new management

team.

Bethany Mazzola started on Nov. 1 as

the new executive director of the property.

She brings with her eight years of

experience in property management and

is excited to join the Hanover Place Community.

She is a great listener who strives

to provide a high, customer-service living

experience, and to ensure our residents

appreciate their decision to make Hanover

Place their home.

Hanover Place offers one- and twobedroom

independent living apartments

with a variety of amenities and services.

Stop in for a tour and meet the new staff

at Hanover Place.

Happy Holidays from Hanover Place.

Please join us at Hanover Place for

Holiday Festivities

• Dec. 8: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Shop Till

You Drop, featuring 20 different

vendors

• Dec. 11: Holiday party, drinks and

Appetizers with a visit from Santa

• Dec. 28: 2-4 p.m. New Years Eve

Celebration. Entertainment by Jean

and Felice, with drinks and appetizers

All seating is limited and you must

RSVP to attend. For reservations, call

(708) 633-1700

Submitted by Hanover Place, 16851 S. Harlem

Ave., in Tinley Park. For more information,

visit hanoverplaceil.com or call (708)

501-6629.

Friday, December 6th &

Saturday, December 7th

9am-12pm

Shop Til You

Drop Thursday

December 5th • 10am-2pm

New Years at Noon

December 31st • 12-2pm

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708-633-1700 | www.HanoverPlaceIL.com

Cancer Survivorship class

teaches nutrition, healthy living

Life as a cancer survivor

can be difficult to navigate,

but dietetic interns

at UChicago Medicine

Ingalls Memorial Hospital

are offering cancer

survivorship classes that

teach nutrition and cooking

for a healthy lifestyle

during and after treatment.

Registered dietitian

Cheryl Bacon, who will

lead the classes along with

Ingalls dietetic interns

studying to become registered

dietitian nutritionists,

said optimal nutrition can

reduce the risk of cancer

and cancer recurrence.

“While every cancer

diagnosis affects everyone

differently, adequate

nutrition during treatment

and recovery are essential

to promote a positive

outcome and an enhanced

quality of life,” she said.

The class teaches participants

to add healthier

foods in their diets. Instructors

will give a presentation

about a food’s

properties, followed by a

cooking demonstration to

teach easy ways to prepare

and incorporate the food in

meals. Some class topics

include quick meal planning,

how to interpret organic

and non-GMO food

labels, dietary supplement

considerations and debunking

nutrition myths

related to cancer.

Each seminar will also

discuss the science behind

specific foods and their

links to certain cancers.

Additionally, the side of

effects from cancer treatment

can make eating a

challenge. These seminars

will discuss modifications

for meal preparation to ensure

patients get the nutrition

they need.

Bacon said the hospital

aims to make the seminars

interactive, allowing participants

to ask questions

and share their experiences.

While the focus of the

classes is on nutrition and

cancer, Bacon said the information

shared is beneficial

for anyone looking to

make healthier meal choices.

All are welcome. Classes

focusing on colorectal

cancer screening and nutrition

continue at the Ingalls

Flossmoor Family Care

Center once a month on

Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m.

Dates for 2019-2020 are as

follows: Nov. 19, Jan. 21,

March 17 and May 5.

Submitted by UChicago

Medicine Ingalls Memorial

Hospital. For more information

on the Cancer Survivorship

Seminars, or to view

other classes and events at

UChicago Medicine, visit

uchicagomedicine.org

/patients-visitors/classesevents

or call (888) 824-0200.


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14650 S. LaGrange Rd. Orland Park, IL

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Burger 21 is obsessed with burgers.

To Burger 21, burgers aren’t just another

meal. They chef-craft their burgers with

obsessive zeal and they don’t compromise

on quality or ingredients. They are burgers

reinvented.

Their recipes are meticulously crafted

and infused with flavors that are crazy

craveable. While others are content to

call re-heating and de-frosting “gourmet,”

Burger 21 does things differently. They

hand-cut and hand-patty their burgers in

their kitchen for each and every order.

Customers can taste the marbling in

their hand-cut 100% Certified Angus

Beef when they take their first juicy beef

burger bite. Free of hormones and antibiotics,

their chicken, turkey and veggie

burgers are crafted with a passion to deliver

only the best. They obsess about the

redness of the tomatoes, the crispness of

the salad greens, the toastiness of the bun.

They don’t compromise where others do.

Customers can taste what makes Burger

21 different.

Burger 21’s goal is to create a neighborhood

spot where friends, families and

coworkers can come together and eat delicious

quality burgers. With more than 21

burger varieties featuring chicken, turkey,

seafood, veggie and beef, a Burger

21 burger is like nothing people have

ever tasted. Don’t even get them started

on their fries and shakes. Customers can

judge for themselves by visiting the local

Burger 21 at 14650 S. LaGrange Road,

Orland Park.

Submitted by Burger 21, 14650 S. LaGrange

Road in Orland Park. For more information,

call (708) 737-7952 or visit burger21.com/

locations/orland-park.


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Orland Park welcomes Christmas season with Holiday Festival

Outdoor holiday

festivities to return

to the Village

Center

The Village of Orland

Park officially welcomes

the holiday season with

the annual Holiday Festival

and Tree Lighting ceremony,

which will be held

on Sunday, Dec. 1 at the

Orland Park Village Center,

14700 S. Ravinia Ave.

“Coming together as a

community to welcome

the holiday season is a

long-standing tradition

in Orland Park,” Mayor

Keith Pekau said. “I look

forward to spending the

festive occasion with residents

again this year as

we gather to celebrate the

season.”

The holiday market

opens at 4 p.m. where

guests can purchase

ready-to-eat foods, crafts

and holiday items, such

as the official Orland Park

collectible Holiday Festival

mug with hot chocolate

($5 for regular or $6

for spiked).

Full festivities begin at

4:30 p.m. with a lighted

procession to the official

holiday tree. Guests can

purchase a lighted star ($5

each or 3 for $10) and join

Santa in the light procession

as he makes his way

to the Village holiday tree

for the official lighting,

which will take place at 5

p.m. The tree lighting will

also include a spectacular

walk through the picturesque

holiday displays

for everyone to enjoy. Be

sure to check out the community

trees amongst the

holiday décor. The community

trees were “adopted”

and decorated by local

area nonprofit groups,

families and businesses.

The festival will feature

live community entertainment,

including:

Palos Park native Abby

Kasch, a 2019 finalist on

The Voice; Orland Park’s

own Joe Matisse, lead

singer of The Walk Ins

band; the Carl S. Sandburg

High School Chamber

Choir; Jerling Junior

High School Chorale; the

Orland Park Comedy IM-

PROV team; 2019 OP’s

Got Talent Winner Mindy

Sondag; Ballet 5:8 with

a special dance performance;

and holiday stories

with the Orland Park

Public Library.

New in 2019 is a coloring

contest featuring

who else but Santa

Claus. First-, second- and

third-place prizes will be

awarded. This year’s Holiday

Fest will introduce

its first annual gingerbread

house contest for all

ages and groups. Gift card

prizes will be awarded

for first, second, and third

place. There is no fee to

enter either contest. More

details and forms can be

found at orlandpark.org/

specialevents.

The Lions Club will be

selling Christmas trees,

wreaths, and log snowmen

and reindeer from

10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Friday,

Nov. 29 and will continue

until sold out. Daily hours

are: 4-8 p.m. Monday-Friday;

9 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturdays;

and 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sundays.

A few vendor spots remain

available for the holiday

market. Currently the

market includes ready-toeat

food, crafts, jewelry,

holiday décor and more.

Interested vendors may

contact Doreen Biela at

dbiela@orlandpark.org or

call (708) 403-6266.

Further information

about Orland Park’s Holiday

Festival is available

by calling the Village’s

Recreation Department

at (708) 403-5000. Visit

orlandpark.org/specialev

ents for more information,

including coloring and

gingerbread house contest

details, entertainment

schedule and holiday market

vendor list.

Submitted by the Village

of Orland Park, 14700 S.

Ravinia Ave. in Orland Park.

For more information, call

(708) 403-6100, or visit

orlandpark.org.

V I L L A G E O F O R L A N D P A R K

HOLIDAY

FESTIVAL

Ceremony

&TREE LIGHTING

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1

4:00PM TO 7:30PM

4:00PM–HOLIDAY MARKET (FOOD, BEVERAGE, HOLIDAY CRAFTS/ITEMS)

4:30PM–CHILDREN’S ACTVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT

5:00PM–TREE LIGHTING

ORLAND PARK CIVIC CENTER

14750 RAVINIA AVENUE

Info: 708.403.5000 | orlandpark.org

MAYOR VILLAGE CLERK TRUSTEES

Keith Pekau John C. Mehalek Kathleen M. Fenton James V. Dodge Daniel T. Calandriello William R. Healy Cynthia Nelson Katsenes Michael R. Milani


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of Sweet Peppers & Choice of

One 5 lb. Salad

$

82 99

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$

77 99

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CATERING

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(Serves 18-25)

3 lbs. Italian Beef, 3 Loaves of Bread,

25 pcs. Pop’s Famous Chicken & 1

quart of sweet peppers, 1 pint of hot

peppers, choice of 5 lb. Salad

$

104 99 $

97 99

NOW

CATERING

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(Serves 25-30)

5 lbs. of Italian Beef, 5 Loaves of

Bread, 40 pcs. Pop's Famous Chicken,

1 pint of hot peppers, 1 qt. of sweet

peppers & choice of two 5 lb. Salads

$

171 99

$

160

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CATERING

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(Serves 18-25)

25 pcs. of Italian Sausage, 25 pcs.

Italian Bread, 1 quart of red sauce,

1 quart of sweet peppers, 1 pint

of hot peppers, choice of 5 lb. Salad

$

104 99 $

97 99

NOW

CATERING

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(Serves 18-20)

3 lbs. of Italian Beef, 3 Loaves of

Bread, 25 pcs. of Pop’s Famous

Chicken & Half Pan of Mostaccioli

$

100 99

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$

93 99

CATERING

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(Serves 25-30)

5 lbs. of Italian Beef, 4 Loaves

of Bread, 40 pcs. Pop’s Famous

Chicken & Full Pan of Mostaccioli

$

166 99

$

155

NOW

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$

6 99

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$

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$

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$

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Mobile Concepts specializes in customizing

one’s vehicle, motorcycle or boat

Mobile Concepts is an

aftermarket retail shop that

can customize one’s vehicle,

motorcycle or boat.

We offer a wide variety of

the most current and top

brand names of alarms, remote

starts and stereo systems,

such as Viper and JL

Audio.

We can personalize any

vehicle and give it a modern

look on any budget.

For instance, tinting the

Unique, Fair Trade Handmade Gifts!

JOIN US AT OUR STOCKROOM SALE!

Women’s Apparel, Handloomed Handbags,

Accessories, 100% Alpaca Knitwear, Ornaments, and more!

Find discounts not found online!

Sunday, December 15 • 2-5pm

6819 W 167th St., Tinley Park

All proceeds support female artisans in Peru and provide

free education programs to families in Lima, Peru.

windows, adding a new

stereo or accent lighting

are just some of the many

ways to upgrade one’s personal

investment. We are

a family owned business

that has been in the Chicagoland

area for over 30

years and counting.

Come visit our store in

Mokena. One of our bestsellers

during the holiday

season is the remote start,

and there are so many

different ones to choose

from. One can surprise

that picky person that has

everything with something

unique. Have it installed

before Christmas or come

in for a gift certificate.

If one is looking for expert

installations, please

stop in at one of our two

locations. Just remember

our company motto is “old

school (work ethic/friendly

customer service), new

school (serving up the latest

in vehicle technology).

The store is open from

9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday

through Friday, 9 a.m.

through 4 p.m. Saturday

and closed Sunday.

Submitted by Mobile Concepts,

19820 Wolf Road in

Mokena. For more information,

visit mobileconceptschi

cago.com or call (708) 226-

1100.

Established in 2017, The CarSpa in Tinley Park is Chicagoland’s

premier valet car wash, detail center, and express automotive

services facility. All of our wash packages include Hand-dried

Finishing and a 3-day Rain Guarantee, while our Detail Center

is open 7 days, featuring an array of enhanced

interior & exterior services, some available without

an appointment, and in under an hour!

We are a Valvoline Express Care

partner, and feature Valvoline

high quality motor oils, filters and

automotive service chemicals you

can trust.

We welcome the opportunity to

provide you with a concierge.

experience...here at the CarSpa!

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complete list of holiday markets

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6114 W. 159th St., Oak Forest

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Hours: Mon.-Thurs.: 7am-5:30 pm, Fri.: 7am-5pm, Closed Sat. & Sun

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ANY BATTERY

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Gift Certificates

Available

FUL SERVICE

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$

23 95 Includes FREE

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Hot buys for the holidays

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Fox’s Restaurant

still about family

Holiday

Catering

Starting at $7.99 per Person

Choice of 1 entree & 2 sides

Entrees

Italian beef, Fox’s Chicken,

Roasted Turkey,

Pork Tenderloin,

or Italian Sausage

Additional Side $1.50

Sides

Vegetable Medley, Coleslaw,

Mashed Potatoes,

Mac & Cheese, Penne Pasta

Roasted Potatoes

Additional Side $1.00

Minimum order of 10 people, must be ordered in increments of 5

Plates, napkins, & utensils $.50 per person

Reusable heating kit $15

48 hour notice required

Not valid with any other discount or offers

Tax not included

Fox’s Orland Park

9655 W. 143rd Street

Orland Park

708-349-2111

www.foxspubs.com

Three generations from

its inception, Fox’s Pizza

Restaurant and Pub is still

providing quality food

and service to residents all

over Chicago’s south side

and the surrounding suburbs.

Thomas and Therese

Fox started their restaurant

with a simple desire

to serve great food to other

families. The rich history

of the restaurant is kept

alive today by Thomas

Fox’s descendents, and

Fox’s is now a beloved

spot by residents not only

at its original location in

Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood,

9956 Western

Ave., but also in Oak

Lawn, 9240 S. Cicero Ave.

The restaurant also has a

strong tie to a key part of

Chicago’s rich history.

“In 1963, my grandpa

bought his first carry-out

storefront on Walden Parkway

in Beverly,” said Ryan

Fox, general manager of

the Oak Lawn location.

“From there, he expanded

from two storefronts to

three. And then, in 1967,

May Capone, Al Capone’s

sister, had a delicatessen

on Western [Avenue].

“She and my grandpa

used to trade meats and

pizzas. Eventually, she

said that she wanted to

get out of the business

and sold the building to

my grandpa, which is now

Fox’s Beverly.”

Fifty years later, Fox’s

Irish Pub still serves up everything

from tasty pizza

after 50 years

to classic Italian fare and

more at a fair price.

The Fox’s expanded

their family of restaurants

to open locations in Oak

Lawn in 1971, Orland

Park in 1973 and Mokena

in 2006.

Fox’s prides itself on

offering customers a family-like

atmosphere that

serves fresh, in-housemade

meals daily.

That quality is endorsed

by the regulars who return

year after year.

“I think one of the biggest

things that makes us

unique is we’re really big

on family,” Ryan Fox said.

“Everything is made fresh

in house. We make our

own pizza sausage, our

own dough and we grind

our own cheese.”

Live entertainment for

families on the weekends

also makes Fox’s Irish Pub

a go-to spot to bring the

family.

For those who want to

bring a quality meal home,

Fox’s also has an extensive

catering menu to help take

the work out of special occasions.

Its catering menu offers

Italian food with an

American influence and

includes everything from

salads and pasta to hamburgers.

“I’m proud of what my

family has accomplished,”

Ryan Fox said. “I like

making people happy

when they come in.”

Submitted by Fox’s Irish

Pub, 9956 Western Ave. in

Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood;

9655 W. 143rd St. in

Orland Park; and 11247 W.

187th St. in Mokena. For

more information, including

hours and menus, visit

foxspubs.com.


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YEARS

IN BUSINESS

708-226-1100

NAVIGATION &

CAR AUDIO

K40 RADAR

DETECTORS

REMOTE START

SALE $ 199 95 *

Not valid with any other offer. Most Cars.

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CAMERAS &

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$

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One coupon per offer. Expires12/31/19

*Additional Parts May Be Needed

installed

DASH

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GIFT

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Gift Certificates Make Great Stocking Stuffers!

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Paddy Homan

and The Noble Call

takes audiences back to

the ‘hearth’ of an Irish

Christmas, filled with

songs and stories.

Guest appearance by Brian

Cunningham, Sean Nos dancer.

Appearing at

Chicago

Gaelic Park

Friday December 13, 2019

7:30pm - Tickets $20

Tickets can be purchased

online at www.chicagogaelicpark.comcpark.com

or by calling the front office

708-687-9323

Mick Broderick on Bozouki • Dave Curley on Banjo • Larry Nugent on Fiddle • Brendan Bulger on Fiddle

Chicago Gaelic Park - 6119 W 147th Street - Oak Forest, IL

(708) 687-9323 - www.chicagogaelicpark.org

Chicago Gaelic Park

welcomes Paddy Homan, The

Noble Call Christmas show

Celebrate the holiday

season at Gaelic Park with

Paddy Homan and the Noble

Call Christmas Show at

7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13,

with doors opening at 6:30

p.m. Paddy Homan and

friends will take the audience

on a trip back to the

“hearth” of an Irish Christmas,

filled with songs,

stories, rousing music and

traditional Irish dancing.

Joining Paddy Homan for

the evening will be The

Noble Call, which consists

of Mick Broderick

from Dublin on bouzouki;

Dave Curley on guitar and

vocals; Larry Nugent from

Fermanagh on the flute;

Brendan Bulger from Boston

on fiddle. To see any of

these entertainers individually

is a treat, but to see

them perform together in

Paddy Homan’s Christmas

show is magic.

There will be a guest

appearance by sean-nos

dancer Brian Cunningham.

Hailing from County Galway,

Ireland, Brian Cunningham

is the most exciting

sean-nós or ‘old-style’

dancer to have emerged

from Ireland. Sean Nós

dancing is highly improvisational,

low to the ground

and rhythmic in which the

performer is free to interpret

the music.

Tickets are available for

$20 and can be purchased

online or by calling the

Chicago Gaelic Park Office.

Submitted by Chicago Gaelic

Park, 6119 W. 147th St.

in Oak Forest. For more

information or to purchase

tickets, call (708) 687-9323

or visit their website at www.

chicagogaelicpark.org.

Providence Catholic students

have college advantage

Last year Providence

Catholic graduates earned

more than $45 million in

college scholarship offers,

and 97% of the class

of 2019 are enrolled in

college. This success is a

mixture of hard-working

students and a strong focus

on college preparation

by the Counseling department.

“As a college prep

school, parents and students

expect the school

to help them prepare for

the college search,” said

Rachel Ellingson, director

of student enrollment at

the school. “Our families

are counseled as early as

freshman year to be proactive

in their search for the

right fit for college. We

work with families to identify

schools that best fit the

student, finding available

scholarship opportunities,

applications, and more

to make the process as

smooth as possible for the

family.”

The Counseling Department

at Providence Catholic

High School has many

responsibilities that include

providing information to

students that enable them

to make wise decisions

essential to their spiritual,

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Dine-In | Take-Out | Delivery

Private Party Room and Catering

The Perfect Combination

BUY ANY SIZE

Taco Pizza and receive a

FREE ORDER

Nacho Chips & Cheese

a $7.75 value

Not valid with any other offer. One coupon per visit, not valid with kids pizza.

Valid for dine-in, take-out or delivery. Expires Dec. 15, 2019

See our Menu at www.ednjoes.com

708-532-3051

17332 S. Oak Park Ave | Tinley Park, IL

Ed and Joe’s place to go for best taco pizza

For those who have

ever been in the mood for

both pizza and tacos but

couldn’t decide, Ed and

Joe’s Pizza in Tinley Park

has the perfect solution.

The restaurant, a benchmark

of quality since

1961, is the place to go for

the southland’s best taco

pizza. Added to the menu

in 1985, this thick-crusted

pie is baked with salsa,

seasoned ground beef and

mozzarella cheese. The

finishing touches include

crushed nacho chips, fresh

sliced tomatoes, shredded

lettuce and cheddar

cheese, along with salsa

and sour cream on the side.

Salivating yet? There’s

more. In addition to taco

pizza, Ed and Joe’s is

college

From Page 16

academic, social and emotional

growth. One of the

things that sets them apart

from other schools is the

expertise and experience

provided by the college

counselors, Kyle Murphy

and Frank Palmasani, who

between them have more

than 50 years of counseling

experience.

One of the key college

preparation events is the

annual “Conquering College

Costs” seminar by

Palmasani, who is the author

of “Right College,

Right Price.” Palmasani is

a nationally recognized author

and expert in college

choice. He explains how

to greatly increase scholarship

and grant potential of

students with a few important

steps.

“We meet face to face

with each junior and their

parents to discuss their individual

path to college,”

said Murphy, a long-time

college counselor at the

known for thin crust, deepdish

and specialty pizzas.

Other entrees include

sandwiches, salads, pastas,

fish, chicken, chops and

daily specials, all made

from scratch with fresh ingredients.

Owner Mike Clark and

his wife, co-owner Ellen

Clark, bought Ed and Joe’s

from his father in 1978 and

expanded it to full service

in 1984. After an extensive

remodel in 2001, it

can seat 125 people, with

school. “We meet in small

groups to provide them

with strategies to choose

the best college for their

student academically and

financially. These are important

choices for the

families and we do everything

we can do to help

them make the best decision

for their family.”

Beginning with freshman

year, all PCHS families

are introduced to the

Naviance student software

for college planning. Naviance

is a portal for students

and parents which

includes goal-setting, college

search tools, career

exploration and more.

Providence also hosts a

Spring College Fair for

students and families with

more than 50 colleges and

universities in attendance.

The counseling department

hosts Parent College

Nights for parents of students

from all four years.

Each presentation is customized

to the information

pertinent to that particular

year of high school.

an additional 24 seats of

outdoor dining and the

well-equipped Columbia

Lounge gaming room

where customers have won

more than $8 million.

The bar features 21 craft

beer handles, friendly

shadows, Trivia Tuesdays,

Bingo on Thursdays and

live entertainment on Fridays

and Saturdays. There

is truly something for everyone.

In addition to dining-in,

Ed and Joe’s offers

carry-out, delivery, catering

and a party room for

small private gatherings.

Submitted by Ed and Joe’s

Pizza, 17332 S. Oak Park

Ave. in Tinley Park. For more

information, call (708) 532-

3051, or visit ednjoes.com.

“With a high percentage

of PCHS students receiving

college athletic scholarships,

the department

also hosts a College Athletic

Information Night to

discuss NCAA and NAIA

rules and regulations for

athletic recruiting and

scholarships,” said Luke

Senffner, director of counseling

at PCHS.

A newsletter is transmitted

to families to keep

them abreast of all college-related

information.

Independent scholarship

opportunities are included.

Learn more about the

college process at Providence

Catholic by listening

to their podcast, available

on Spotify, Apple and

other podcast platforms

anchor.fm/provi-advan

tage or by visiting www.

providencecatholic.org.

Submitted by Providence

Catholic High School, 1800

W. Lincoln Hwy. in New

Lenox. For more information,

call (815) 485-2136 or

visit providencecatholic.org.


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FREE EVENTS

All events are held

in and around the

Oak Park Avenue

Train Station

Holiday Market

Friday, December 6

Saturday, December 7

Sunday, December 8

Saturday, December 7

10:00 a.m. Exhibits at Vogt Visual Arts Center

11:45 a.m. Tinley’s Toyland Parade

12:00 -5:00 p.m. Photos with Santa

Old-Fashioned Carriage Rides

Carousel &Rides

1:00 -5:00 p.m. Activities at Landmark Chapel

2:00 p.m. Ice Carving Demonstration

LIVE MUSIC

Stop by the large, heated tent to shop for unique designs

and creations while enjoying live music by local groups and

entertainers. Children will have fun cookie decorating, writing

letters to soldiers and face-painting.

Friday, December 6

5:30 p.m. Community Sing-Along

6:15 p.m. Tree Lighting Ceremony

Sunday, December 8

12:00 -5:00 p.m. Photos with Santa

Old-Fashioned Carriage Rides

Carousel &Rides

1:00 -5:00 p.m. Activities at Landmark Chapel

5:00 p.m. Parade of Lights

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Tinley Park celebrates

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Gather the family and

head to Downtown Tinley

Park from Dec. 6 to 8 for

the Village’s annual Holiday

Happenings event, featuring

parades, live music,

shopping, photos with Santa

Claus and much more.

The weekend will kick

off with the Community

Tree-Lighting Ceremony

at 6:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6,

in Zabrocki Plaza, 17375

S. Oak Park Ave. in Tinley

Park. Arrive early at 5:30

p.m. for a community singa-long

to holiday music featuring

professional carolers

that harkens back to the turn

of the century.

Visitors will be able to

shop for unique holiday

designs and creations while

enjoying live music by local

groups and entertainers at

the Holiday Market, which

will run the entire weekend

inside a large heated tent

in the north parking lot at

the Metra train station near

173rd Place and Oak Park

Avenue. The market will be

open from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday,

Dec. 6, and 11:30 a.m.

to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7,

and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 8.

Other family activities

2020 EXPO

will include face painting,

cookie decorating and

writing letters to soldiers.

Across the street at the Tinley

Park Historical Society,

6727 W. 174th St., families

can make their very own

stuffed animal at the Teddy

Bear Workshop, make

goody bags for soldiers,

take old-fashioned photos

and have tasty treats. The

Historical Society will be

open from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec.

7 and 8.

The Clauses will officially

arrive immediately

following the Tinley Toyland

Parade, which steps

off at 11:45 a.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, from 175th Street

and marches north down

Oak Park Avenue to North

Street. Children are encouraged

to bring an unwrapped

toy for Together We Cope;

the collection center will

be located by the Holiday

Market.

Children will be able to

join Santa for a visit and

photos from noon to 5 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 7, and Sunday,

Dec. 8, at the Oak Park

Avenue train station. Visitors

are encouraged to bring

a nonperishable food item

for the Tinley Park Food

Pantry. Tickets for complimentary

photos will be distributed

until 3:30 p.m.

Santa Claus will help

close out the festivities

during the annual Parade

of Lights at 5 p.m. Dec. 8.

The parade begins at 177th

Street and proceeds north

down Oak Park Avenue.

Come out to see festive

floats and vehicles gleaming

with holiday lights and featuring

local businesses and

community groups displaying

the spirit of the season.

Other activities will include

old-fashioned carriage

rides on Dec. 7 and

8; an ice-carving demonstration

at 2 p.m. Dec. 7 in

Zabrocki Plaza; a carousel

ride from noon to 5 p.m.

Dec. 7 and 8; and a trains

and miniatures show from

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 7 and

noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 8 at the

Vogt Visual Arts Center,

17420 S. 67th Court.

Submitted by Village of

Tinley Park, 16250 S. Oak

Park Ave. in Tinley Park. For

more information, please call

(708) 444-5000 or visit www.

TinleyPark.org/SpecialEv

ents.

SPECIAL EVENT HOTLINE

708-444-5678

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 20

Tinley Park Convention Center

18451 Convention Center Drive, Tinley Park

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6800 W. 183rd St.

Tinley Park, IL

708-894-7100

FREE

Donut or

Sweet Roll

With Purchase of a Medium or

Large Coffee, Latte, or Mocha

From 6AM-10AM

Limit 1 Per Customer

Coupon Expires 01/31/20

DELI COUPON

FREE

1/2 lb of

Cheese

(Many Varieties to Choose From)

With the Purchase of 1 lb

of Premium Deli Meat

Limit 1

Not Valid With Any Other Offer

Coupon Expires 01/31/20

Join Our Pot O’ Gold Club & Receive:

$10 MATCH PLAY

When you sign up.

FREE

Small Sub

Sandwich

With The Purchase of

Any Regular Sub Sandwich

Limit 1

Not Valid With Any Other Offer

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Already a Member? Bring in this Coupon and Get $5 in Match Play.

Valid Anytime Along With: Name __________________________________ Date _________________________

Phone Number _______________________

Birthday _________________________________________________

• Premium Imported Coffee

• Boar’s Head Premium Deli

Meats and Cheeses

• Fresh Bakery Daily

• We Deliver to Tinley Park and

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Drawing Will Be Held

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If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services

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417 S. Locust St. (Rt. 50)

815-468-2828

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(2 blocks West of Harlem, North Side of Street)

708-599-5588

Palos Hills

10602 S. Roberts Rd.

708-608-8077


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Years of experience show in Ramon’s hand-crafted leather accessories

Ramon’s Shoe Repair and

Motorcycle Leatherworks has

been serving the Chicagoland

area for more than 20 years,

and now they’ve brought their

talents to their shop in Mokena.

Ramon’s offers premium

hand-crafted, artisan-quality

leather motorcycle saddlebags,

pouches, accessories and much

more. They know a customer’s

motorcycle is more than just a

way to get around town; it’s an

investment, and it’s a reflection

of the owner’s personality.

Ramon’s understands the

passion that bikers have for

their motorcycles. After serving

thousands of satisfied customers

for three decades in

Worth, they’ve built the expertise

to provide bikers with those

alterations and customizations

that truly allow the owner to

represent who the person is on

the bike.

Ramon personally works

with each individual customer

to make sure they’re getting

exactly what they want. He’ll

sit down with the customer, and

together, they come up with an

exact plan for the design and

implementation, ensuring that

customers won’t be talked into

a product that they don’t want

or need, and will do the work

for a price that is fair and reasonable.

Customers won’t find

any unwelcome surprises like

hidden costs and fees. Everything

will be planned out with

their specific wants and needs

before work is started. Customers

won’t pay a dime until the

work is done and they’re satisfied

with the finished product.

Some of Ramon’s specialties

include custom motorcycle

bags, seat coverings, fringe,

heritage bag reinforcement,

patch applications for a customer’s

favorite old or new

jackets or bags, and many other

custom jobs. Customers can

also get their favorite pair of

boots and shoes repaired, getting

rid of the hassle of having

to get a new pair and spend the

uncomfortable time breaking

them in.

Ramon’s attention to detail

means a customer’s custom

motorcycle bag will be the finest

a customer has ever owned

and will get them noticed on

the road. Seat coverings can be

altered to fit the individual, so

no more struggling with factory

stock seats that can be

uncomfortable or even dangerous

to ride on. Ramon can

add fringe to any leather motorcycle

accessories, including

custom hand grip fringe, floor

board fringe and bag fringe.

Heritage Softail bags can sag

over time, but Ramon can keep

those bags looking new with

his custom-made leather supports.

If a customer has patches

but doesn’t trust themselves to

apply them, Ramon can apply

them for the customer to their

cut, leather or denim jackets or

their bike’s bags.

Ramon has been working

with leather since his father

started teaching him when he

was just 5 years old. Since

then, Ramon has been honing

his craft so that there isn’t any

job too big or too small for him

to handle with the expertise

and care needed when making

alterations or repairs to a customer’s

most prized possessions.

When customers work with

Ramon, they’re going to come

away with exactly the work

they want done at a fair and

honest price. This holiday

season, come see why Ramon

is the only name a customer

needs to know for all their motorcycle

leatherwork and shoe

repair needs.

Submitted by Ramon’s Shoe Repair

and Motorcycle Leatherworks,

19410 S. LaGrange Road, Mokena.

For more information, call (708)

478-8144.

RAMON’S SHOE REPAIR & MOTORCYCLE LEATHERWORKS

Winter Sale!

20% OFF

FRI., NOV. 29 TH THROUGH FRI., DEC. 27 TH

Excludes Ramon’s Custom Work or Shoe Repair Services. Offer cannot be

combined with other offers. Offer expires Friday, December 27th, 2019

WHEN YOU VISIT LET US KNOW HOW YOU HEARD ABOUT US!

gloves | saddlebags

patches | vests

jackets | helmets

pouches

swing arm bags

heat-shields

all retail

merchandise

RamonsLeatherWorks.com | 19410 S. LaGrange, Mokena, IL 60448 | (708) 478-8144

*Custom Leather items, Dealer Merchandise, Easy Brackets, Boss Bags, Already Clearance items, and Service are not included in this sale*


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Christmas

in e

Commons

Every day at Christmas in e Commons guests can enjoy...

V S H M I S H-

W R H C S M D L D

And don’t miss special activities each day, too!

Saturday, November 30

4:00-8:00 PM

Official Village Commons lighting ceremony • Free popcorn and cookies •

Children’s coloring contest

Sunday, December 1

4:00-8:00 PM

Stuffed animal workshop • Performances by Lincoln-Way Area Chorale and the

Lamplight Singers • Visits with Elsa and Anna

Saturday, December 7

4:00-8:00 PM

Craft beer from local breweries • Trackless train rides • Visits with Mickey,

Minnie, and Olaf

Sunday, December 8

4:00-8:00 PM

Performances by Lincoln-Way West Madrigals and the Lamplight Singers •

Visits with Belle and Tinkerbell • Snowman craft

Saturday, December 14

4:00-8:00 PM

Craft beer from local breweries • Visit with The Grinch • Ice carving

demonstration • Christmas tree ornament craft

Sunday, December 15

4:00-8:00 PM

Holiday Sweets & Treats sale • Gingerbread cookie decorating • Performance by

the Lamplight Singers

Saturday, December 21

4:00-8:00 PM

Craft beer from local breweries • Visit with Buddy the Elf • Jingle bell craft

Sunday, December 22

4:00-8:00 PM

Touch-a-Truck and Santa send-off • Stuffed animal workshop • Performance by

the Lamplight Singers • Visits with The Grinch and Buddy the Elf

Wi special anks to our presenting partners: rs:

Visit newlenox.net/events for more details on ese fr events

*Only activities denoted with an asterisk require purchase for participation.

N L V C

101 V P, N L

Experience the magic of the

holiday season with Christmas

in the Commons

Mayor Baldermann and

the Village of New Lenox

again invite residents and

visitors to experience the

magic of the holiday season

with our 2019 Christmas in

the Commons celebrations.

Every Saturday and Sunday

from Nov. 30 through

Dec. 22, the New Lenox

Village Commons will be

alive with activities and entertainment,

all set against

the backdrop of a dazzling

display of holiday lights.

The holiday display will

begin lighting up the Village

Commons on Nov. 30. In

addition to the lights draping

the buildings and trees

throughout the Commons,

guests will find life-sized

displays that provide the

perfect holiday photo opportunities,

along with one

not-so-life-sized display

– the largest lighted Santa

Claus in the United States.

Santa stands as the highlight

of the display at nearly

40 feet tall and covered in

18,500 LED lights. A special

mailbox to the North

Pole sits at his feet and all

letters mailed by Dec. 18

will receive a response from

St. Nick.

Guests strolling through

‘Hidden gem’ for seniors

found at Alvernia Manor

Is mom living alone?

Are you concerned about

her safety? Is she able to

reach out quickly for assistance,

should something

happen? Do you worry dad

is taking his daily medications

as prescribed or eating

nutritious meals? Is the

the spectacular lights will

find no shortage of entertainment

during their

time in the Commons. The

holiday market will return

with one-of-a-kind crafts,

décor, jewelry, confections

and more to satisfy even

the pickiest people on your

shopping list.

The New Lenox Community

Park District’s two synthetic

ice skating rinks will

also return, with skate rentals

available on select dates.

Santa will be available

for photos and visits on

each day of Christmas in

the Commons, and a horsedrawn

wagon will be ready

for rides around the venue.

Along with all the activities

taking place every

weekend, there will also be

hired home care provider

giving that special aunt all

the care, attention and socialization

she needs and

deserves?

Alvernia Manor Senior

Living is the “hidden

gem” that can ease your

Please see gem, 25

a variety of special events

happening on select dates.

Some of these elements include

visits from princesses

and other favorite holiday

characters; a rotation of

food trucks offering delicious

fare, craft beer sales,

performances from local

groups; and a variety of

crafts for children.

A complete calendar

of events can be found at

newlenox.net/events or by

calling the Village of New

Lenox at (815) 462-6400.

Christmas in the Commons

is free to attend. The

Village Commons is located

at 101 Veterans Parkway in

New Lenox.

Submitted by Village of New

Lenox.


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Shop The Dressing Room

in-store or online for

latest trends in clothing

The Dressing Room boutiques

are locally owned

and feature fashion forward,

trendy clothing, as well as

accessories and shoes at affordable

prices. With new

arrivals delivered every

week, customers never shop

the same store twice.

Not crazy about shopping?

Our amazing staff

works with customers so

that they are perfectly put

together for any occasion.

There are two retail locations:

Frankort and Orland

Park. Customers can also

shop online from the comfort

of their home by visiting

shoppingthedressingroom.com.

Visit us today.

Submitted by The Dressing

Room, 11269 W. 159th St. in

Orland Park and 9645 Lincolnway

Lane in Frankfort. For

more information, call (708)

737-7467 for Orland Park, or

(779) 324-5763 for Frankfort,

or visit shoppingthedressing

room.com.

gem

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family’s concerns. The mission of

this unique senior living community

is to provide seniors a loving,

safe and caring home. Alvernia

Manor has a warm, homey setting,

its walls brimming of compassion,

fulfillment and fun. Amenities include

three daily meals plus snacks,

staffed healthcare services, 24-hour

emergency call system, housekeeping,

furnished private rooms, and

a calendar full of activities and socialization.

In addition, there are no

annuities or endowment fees. For

more than 45 years the School Sisters

of St. Francis of Christ the King

and their dedicated staff have cared

for seniors as their own family —

with respect, love and concern.

Family and friends refer Alvernia

Manor as their “hidden gem.”

Alvernia Manor is located on a

hilltop in the southwest suburb of

Lemont. With its beautiful bluff location,

the vivid colors of the four

seasons are played out annually in

panoramic view. The Little Bit of

Heaven pavilion is a favorite spot

for residents to take in the scenery

and enjoy the fresh air. Residents

also have the opportunity to enjoy

several other secured patios or common

areas, relax in the privacy of

their room or spend spiritual time

in the chapel. Keeping a resident’s

body and mind healthy and active is

the goal the Sisters and staff strive

for. Games, exercise, movies,

bingo, best buddy visits, shopping

trips, entertainment and other special

outings, like a trip to Brookfield

Zoo, are among the many activities

on Alvernia’s monthly activity calendar.

There are definitely fun times

to be enjoyed by all.

Alvernia Manor’s wellness coordinators

and healthcare staff ensure

residents’ medications are dispensed,

vitals taken and daily health monitored.

Fresh meals are prepared daily

and all housekeeping needs attended

STAY UP TO DATE ON EVENTS IN YOUR AREA.

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to. All this adds up to no more worries

for you.

In addition, adult day services or

short term stay are other available

options for families. Loved ones

receive the care and recreation they

need in a safe, loving environment

while caregivers go to work or get

a much needed break. Whether for

a few hours a day or a longer period

of time, Alvernia Manor may

be exactly what your family is looking

for.

Come see for yourself all Alvernia

Manor Senior Living offers.

The care, charm and beauty are

undeniable. To find out more about

this “hidden gem” and how Alvernia

Manor can be there for you, visit

their new website at alverniamanor.

org, or call (630) 257-7721.

Submitted by Alvernia Manor, 13950

Main St. in Lemont. For more information,

call (630) 257-7721, or visit

alverniamanor.org.


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Enjoy a home-cooked

meal this winter at The

Original Pancake House

15256 S. LaGrange Rd.

Orland Park, IL

(708) 349 - 0600

5140 W. 159th St.

Oak Forest, IL

(708) 687 - 8282

Orland Park Prairie Holiday Guide




Any order of $20 or more.



15256 S. LaGrange Rd.

Orland Park

(708) 349-0600

5140 W. 159th St.

Oak Forest

(708) 687-8282

OpenMonday - Sunday 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Serving Great Homemade

Breakfasts to Chicagoland

For Over 46 Years!

Valid Mon-Fri Only.

Not good with any other offers or on

holidays. Limit one coupon per table.

Expires 12/23/2019


Almost 70 years ago, a delicious collection

of recipes from around the world

gave birth to a well-known breakfast marvel—The

Original Pancake House. Recognized

worldwide for specialties like the

apple pancake, Dutch baby, Dutch treat

and Dutch garden, OPH continues to offer

superior cuisine and service to residents

all over Chicagoland, including Orland

Park.

The Original Pancake House prides itself

on cooking with conventional recipes

using wholesome ingredients your greatgrandma

used. All syrups, including tropical,

apple and strawberry, are made on

site using fresh fruit; homemade sauces

are equally tasty. Real 93 score butter is

whipped each morning while orange and

grapefruit juices are squeezed by hand.

Recipes are crafted with sourdough yeast,

grown in the kitchen from a culture of

potatoes, flour, sugar and activated with

a “start of yeast”, creating melt in-yourmouth

light and fluffy pancakes.

Popular dishes at The Original Pancake

House include the four-egg fluffy ovenbaked

omelettes and create your own

skillets, both served with a side of mouthwatering

pancakes. Another traditional

preference is the oven-baked, homemade

quiche requiring hand-sliced and mixed

ingredients served in a flaky crust beside

fresh fruit and seasoned hash browned potatoes.

OPH also offers delectable potato

pancakes, which are made from handpeeled

Idaho potatoes finely minced on

the premises, then grilled to a crispy outside

with a warm and tender inside and

served with your choice of applesauce

or sour cream. Pumpkin pancakes and

waffles are also currently on the menu – a

seasonal favorite decorated with cinnamon

sugar, baked pecans and topped with

whipped cream.

With all OPH has to offer, restaurant

operations could not progress smoothly

without the help and dedication of the

staff. A familiar face at the Orland Park

location is Eddie, who has been serving

her regulars and their grandchildren for

40 years.

“Once we find a good employee, we try

our best to keep them happy so they stay,”

said Lisa Sczurek, third generation owner.

“Guests love to see familiar faces and we

want everyone to think of us as their second

home. We appreciate and respect how

hard our employees work.

“We have numerous long-time employees

in each of our five locations. Many as

long as 25-35 years,” Sczurek said. “We

know being ‘hands-on’ is key when it

comes to day-to-day operations, including

keeping our employees happy. Having a

happy staff is instrumental.”

Nearly 70 years after a compilation of

unique recipes came together forming

The Original Pancake House, it continues

to be a phenomenon second to none.

When looking for a great home-cooked

meal this winter, be sure to stop by OPH

and indulge in one of the house specialties

or another authentic menu item. Too cold

to take the children out? Pick up a carry

out order and enjoy a delicious breakfast

at home.

Submitted by The Original Pancake House,

15256 S. LaGrange Road in Orland Park.

For more information, call (708) 349-0600 or

visit ophChicagoland.com for the full menu

and location details.


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SWEET SAVINGS

ON HOLIDAY GIFTS

November 29 TH - December 15 TH


Come in for in-store specials and sale items!

⋆ Spend $10 and get a FREE 1 lb round of

Continental ® Almonds!

⋆ Free raffle ticket with every purchase!

Drawings weekly, and on December 23 rd !

⋆ Free samples!

Orland Park

9237 W. 159th Street

Holiday Hours:

Mon-Fri: 9am - 6pm

Sat: 10am - 5pm

Sun: 11am - 5pm

Christmas Eve:

10am - 3pm

www.wfcgifts.com

*Must bring in original ad; no

copies. Offer good 11/29/19–

12/15/19, or while supplies

last. Offer good only at the

Orland Outlet store. Limit 1

per customer.


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Parishes Music Ministry



Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019

6pm / 147th & Keeler, Midlothian

Free Will offering

Enjoy family fun with Phil &

Amy entertainment excursions

Chicagoland’s singing

and traveling duo Phil &

Amy return to Starved

Rock for their Christmas

Treasures Shows, this

coming Dec. 2- 4. Call today

for availability to enjoy

festive holiday music

and even a little reminiscing

down Memory Lane.

Audiences rave about their

charming performances

and repertoire.

Looking for more holiday

gift ideas? Give the

gift of music, theatre and

travel trips through Phil

& Amy’s St. Christopher

Tours. Check out their ad

for a variety of one-day

and overnight travel choices.

One-day trips in December

and August 2020

include: Starved Rock

Lodge luncheon and show

dates; Drury Lane; Paramount

Theatre – Aurora;

The Lyric Opera; White

Fence Farm; The Shrine of

Christ’s Passion; Route 66;

Joliet Prison Tour; Lincoln

Highway; and more. Seats

are available for purchase

through philnamymusic.

com or by calling (708)

687-3302. Inquire about

seating, motorcoach and

pick-up locations, and luncheon

and meal details.

Gift certificates for

overnight travel are great

stocking stuffer ideas, as

well. Exciting getaway

destinations include: The

Grand Canyon and the

Canyonlands excursion;

the ever popular four-day

Mackinac Island tour; the

annual Frankenmuth Bavarian,

Harvest and Christmas

getaway; overnight

Starved Rock Lodge Phil

& Amy performances for

Christmas and summertime;

overnight Route 66

journeys; Nashville; riverboats;

and more. Have

a group that would like to

travel? Inquire about group

travel and incentives.

With Phil & Amy Tours

it’s all about family. Their

family has grown up helping

mom and dad host

years of motorcoach travel.

Their children started

with serving the morning

breakfast juices and

goodies by pulling a little

orange and yellow wagon

down the bus aisle. Years

later, travelers now enjoy

hearing Lucie promote all

the new social media angels,

as well as seeing her

grow up on stage with her

musical talents. Their oldest

son, Peter, now follows

the bus on select trips in

his antique 1970 Plymouth

Satellite and is often asked

for photo ops from the

travelers. Then there’s little

Luke, now 12. He was 3

months old on his first bus

trip. By the time he was 5,

he was mimicking his big

brother and dad’s bowling

skills. Over the years, travelers

have kept asking to

see videos of Luke’s latest

bowling accomplishments.

It’s pretty amazing to let

people know that Luke is

already an over 200 average

bowler, has two firstplace

Illinois State Championships

to his name and

multiple Elite Youth Tour

Titles, including his first

Battle Royale Major. Travelers

love sharing their stories

and history too on the

bus and at so many of their

get-togethers.

Travelers never cease

to be surprised when they

hear guests say things like,

“I’m an Olympic medalist,”

and, “I was a ‘The

Price Is Right’ finalist.”

Treasuring each traveler’s

story is part of that family

camaraderie. Maybe it’s

time for you to share a story

and join with this wonderful

group who pride

themselves in making long

lasting friendships.

Submitted by Phil’s Colony

Productions, 5348 Forest

Trail in Oak Forest. For

more information, call (708)

687-3302, or visit philnamy

music.com.


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Come See Our New

S65 Multi-Use Vacuum

ONLY

$

299

while supplies last

Lockport Vacuum has been keeping

customers happy for 40 years

Welcome to Lockport

Vacuum. We are a family

owned business that is celebrating

our 40th year in

business. We sell new and

used vacuums. We repair

dog dryers and horse vacuums,

too. We install built

in vacuum systems in new

and existing homes. We

carry numerous parts, bags

and filters for all makes

and models. We service all

types of vacuums.

We also offer a threeday

trail on all our new

vacuums. We say you

don’t buy a car without

test driving it, so don’t buy

a vacuum until you try it in

your home.

We also recommend

that you dry shampoo your

carpet instead of using water.

It works fantastic and

we’ve even taken out permanent

marker. We rent

the machine for $19.95

for 24 hours. Our customers

are very surprised how

well this works.

We would rather have

happy customers than unsatisfied

customers. With

all the knowledge we have

about vacuums, we know

what will and will not

work for our customers.

We are open 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tuesday through Friday; 9

a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday;

and closed on Sunday and

Monday.

Submitted by Lockport

Vacuum, 1040 S. State St. in

Lockport. For more information,

call (815) 838-5631, or

visit lockportvac.com.

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If you always wanted an Apple computer

but thought the cost of a new one

was too high, or you have an Apple device

that is broken and you are unsure about

getting it fixed, your solution is right in

the neighborhood.

Experimax (formerly Experimac) in

Orland Park, offers gently used computers

and mobile devices, and also repairs

those devices.

“We help our customers decide between

the cost of repair and the cost of

a previously owned ‘broken-in’ device,”

said Gary Lundquist, owner of the new

Experimax store at 9212 W. 159th Street.

Lundquist operates the new franchise location,

but really it is his son Jeff who

does all the work.

Repair shops are inclined to propose

fixing a well-worn device because they

have no alternatives. And used computer

stores only want to sell you a new device,

according to Lundquist.

It rarely makes sense to repair an old

iPad, because the cost of the repair will almost

always exceed the cost of a replacement

unit with the same or even enhanced

features. But an outdated iPhone 5 or 6

that only needs a new battery will serve its

intended purpose for less than $60 and not

require the user to adapt to a new piece of

equipment, he explains.

“We help customers make the choice

that best suits them,” Lundquist said.

Experimax is part of a fast-growing

franchise group named by Entrepreneur

as one of the Top 10 investments aspiring

entrepreneurs can make. Experimax in

Orland has a network of experts who can

be contacted for parts and information on

the more esoteric repair challenges.

“While we’re a relatively small player

in a world full of giants, we use our size

as an advantage,” Lundquist said. “Little

guys have to be more flexible and offer

more options, like financing. And appointments

are not necessary at Experimax.

You’ll never have to wait, sitting in

line, for service.”

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The best sweet treat around

Maybe a cupcake will

help?

Staying true to its motto,

Smallcakes of Orland Park

offers 17 unique flavors of

cupcakes and eight flavors

of homemade ice creams.

The cupcakes are made

fresh every morning by

an experienced baking

team as they hand-whisk

every cupcake batter. This

ensures a fresh, superior

product for customers to

enjoy.

To support the community,

leftovers are donated

to local charities, and the

baking team starts from

scratch again the next day.

It’s a win-win for customers

and the community

alike.

Big parties, weddings

and corporate events are

no problem, either. Smallcakes

can provide an array

of custom-designed cakes

and cupcakes that are suitable

for any occasion.

Simply send a photo for

reference or discuss with

the expert decorating team.

For more information,

reviews and photos visit @

smallcakesorland on Facebook

or @smallcakes_or

landpark on Instagram.

Submitted by Smallcakes,

14225 95th Ave., Suite 414,

in Orland Park, smallcake

sorlandpark.com, (708) 590-

6403.

experimax

From Page 30

The store offers a seven-day, “no questions

asked” return policy, and a full

one-year limited warranty on qualifying

machines and devices. “We believe that

outstanding customer service is what everyone

should provide, and we strive to be

better than outstanding,” Lundquist said.

The proof of that is in the feedback

he and his staff have received from customers.

“They see that we’re interested

in gaining customers, not just one-time

sales,” he added. “Take a look at our reviews,

and you’ll see the level of satisfaction

we’ve brought to our customers.”

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Orland Township Holiday Program assists local families

Many families have holiday traditions

that have been around for generations.

The Orland Township family has a tradition

that dates back more than three

decades – helping Township neighbors

who are experiencing difficult times

have a happy holiday.

According to Orland Township Supervisor

Paul O’Grady, the Township’s

Holiday Program has been successful

for more than 30 years because of the

generosity of residents, civic groups

and organizations, and local businesses.

Every year more than 150 local families

who are experiencing financial difficulty

turn to the Township for holiday

assistance.

The Township is preparing for the

2019 Holiday Season and donations for

the program are now being accepted.

There are several ways to participate in

the Orland Township Holiday Program:

• Giving Tree – For those who enjoy

making the holidays special for children,

the Giving Tree contains tags with

wish lists for children from newborns

up to age 16.

• Adopt-A-Family – Make the holidays

brighter for an entire family by filling

their wish lists of toys, clothing and

other items. This is a popular idea for

work, church, school and social groups.

• Item donations – Contributions of

food, toys, clothing and personal items

can be dropped off at the Township. Gift

and clothing items for teenagers and

adults are usually in short supply and

greatly appreciated, as are monetary

donations. For a list of suggested items,

visit orlandtownship.org.

“While the holiday season is a joyous

time to celebrate with family and

friends, there are some members of

our community who are in need of assistance,”

O’Grady said. “On behalf of

those families, we ask that you share

your holiday spirit by participating in

the Township’s Holiday Program. Your

generosity will help make the season a

little brighter for one of our less fortunate

neighbors.”

To choose tags from the Giving Tree

or to Adopt-A-Family, visit the Township

office, 14807 S. Ravinia Ave.,

Orland Park. Donations for the Holiday

Program can be dropped off at

the Township office, 14807 S. Ravinia

Ave., Orland Park, during regular business

hours. The Township office is open

from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through

Friday, and until 6 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Donation deadline for the Holiday Program

is Wednesday, Dec. 11, to give

Township personnel time to sort and

organize.

Submitted by Orland Township, 14807 S.

Ravinia Ave. in Orland Park. For more information,

call (708) 403-4222 or visit orland

township.org.

Orland Township 2019 Holiday Program

Orland Township 2019 Holiday Program is designed to provide food, new toys and new clothes to families in need in

Orland Township. Here is how you can help make a difference. Donations of non-perishable food (please check expiration

dates on all food items donated), food certificates, gift cards, new clothes and new toys are needed. Monetary donations

are always welcome, too. Donations for the 2019 Holiday Program will be accepted at the Orland Township Office, 14807

S. Ravinia Ave., during regular office hours, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m./ Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Suggested Food List:

•Holiday Food Baskets

(non-perishable items)

•Canned Sweet Potatoes

•Canned Cranberries

•Canned Vegetables

•Potatoes/ Dehydrated Potatoes

•Dry Stuffing Mix

•Canned Olives/ Pickles

•Jell-O/ Pudding

•Cake/ Frosting Mix

•Pie Filling/ Crust Mix

•Food Certificates for Meat,

Poultry & Perishables

Other Staples

•Canned Stew/ Chili Dinners

•Spaghetti Sauces

•Pasta/ Noodles/ Rice

•Boxed Pasta Noodle Dinners

•Dry/ Hot Cereals

•Powdered Milk

•Juice Drinks

•Peanut Butter/ Jelly

•Tuna

•Macaroni & Cheese

•Baby Food

For further information, please call (708) 403-4222.

Suggested Toy List:

•Dolls & Doll Accessories

•Coloring & Craft Sets

•Miniature Car Sets

•Trucks/ Trains/ Boats

•Sports Equipment

•Board Games

•Blocks/ Building Sets

•Infant/ Toddler Toys

•Items for Older Children

•Toy Certificates/Gift Cards

•….OR be creative!


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22nd Century Media 2019 Holiday Events Calendar

A town-by-town look at the southwest suburbs’ biggest holiday events

HOMER GLEN

It’s Christmas Time

In The City

2-3 p.m. Friday, Dec.

6, Homer Township Public

Library, Community

Meeting Room, 14320

W. 151st St. One of Chicago’s

earliest industries

was Christmas trees and

wreaths, and Chicagoans

have contributed some of

the most beloved holiday

songs. To learn more,

join Clarence Goodman

at this event. For more

information and to register,

visit homerlibrary.

org or call (708) 301-

7908.

Christmas on the Prairie

2-6 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, Annunciation

Byzantine Catholic

Church, 14610 S. Will-

Cook Road. At Annunciation

Byzantine, the

celebration of the feast

of St. Nicholas — which

occurs on Dec. 6 each

year — is a tradition.

Attendees will have an

opportunity to learn

about the true story of

the original St. Nicholas

and what Christmas

on the prairie might

have been like for the

early settlers. There will

be frontier-era Christmas

crafts for children,

homemade Christmas

bake sale items and a

visit with St. Nicholas

at which attendees can

get a ride on his horsedrawn

carriage. For

more information, visit

byzantinecatholic.com

or call (708) 645-0241.

Homer For The Holidays

4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, Homer Glen

Village Hall, 14240 W.

Eli Stauffer looks at the Christmas tree at the Holiday Market in 2018 during Orland Park’s annual Holiday Festival

& Tree Lighting at the Village Center. 22nd Century Media File Photo

151st St. A Christmas

tree-lighting ceremony

and more. There will be

photos with Santa Claus,

holiday crafts, a new light

display, live music, seasonal

refreshments and a

chance to enter to win the

Dress Your Pet Holiday

Costume Contest. For

more information, visit

homerglenil.org, or call

(708) 301-0632.

Second Santa Paws Craft

and Vendor Show

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 8, Orchard

Valley Golf Course,

2411 W. Illinois Ave.,

Aurora. There will be

a craft a vendor show,

along with a raffle that

will have its proceeds

go toward TLC Animal

Shelter in Homer Glen.

The event is free and

pet friendly. For more

information, visit tlcani

malshelter.org.

Seasonal Celebration

4-5:30 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 8, Homer Township

Public Library, 14320

W. 151st St. Guests can

dress in their holiday

finest to join for this

family event. There will

be crafts, games, prize

wheel, snack station,

Santa, Snow White and

Ollie the Snowman. Attendees

are encouraged

to bring their cameras

for photos. The event

is all ages. Ages 6 and

younger must be accompanied

with an adult.

For more information,

visit homerlibrary.org or

call (708) 301-7908.

Winter Band Concert

7-8 p.m. Tuesday,

Dec. 10, Homer Jr. High

School, 15711 S. Bell

Road. The sixth-grade

concert and symphonic

bands will perform their

winter concert in the gym.

LOCKPORT

Christmas in the Square

1-4:30 p.m., Saturday,

Nov. 30, Lockport

City Hall, 222 E. 9th St.

All are welcome to celebrate

the holidays at the

annual Christmas in the

Square event. Children’s

crafts, special treats, a

visit with Santa Claus

and entertainment will

be available. For more

information, visit www.

cityoflockport.net.

Cottonwood Christmas

Noon-3 p.m. Saturday,

Nov. 30, Siegel’s

Cottonwood Farm,

17250 Weber Road. Activities

such as sleigh

rides, train rides, giant

mountain slide and food.

To purchase tickets for

$15, visit app.gopas

sage.com/events/cotton

wood-christmas2019.

Visit with Santa

and Mrs. Claus

6-7 p.m. Tuesday,

Dec. 3, White Oak Library

District Lockport

Branch Library, Meeting

room A/B, 121 E. 8th St.

This event is filled with

singing and dancing and

followed by picture opportunities

for all. Registration

is required for this

event. For more information,

contact Jane Gardner

at (815) 552-4265 or

email jgardner@whiteo

aklib.org.

Breakfast with Santa

and the Grinch

8:30-10 a.m. and 11

a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday,

Dec. 7, Prairie Bluff

Golf Course 19433

Renwick Road. Families

are invited to come

make a holiday memory

and share breakfast with

Santa. Children will be

able to visit with Santa,

make a craft and listen

as Santa reads a story.

All adults and children

attending the event must

register. Fees are: Residents

$14 (2-11 years

old) and $18 (12 and

older), non-resident

$16 (2-11), $20 (12 and

older). Register by calling

(815) 838-1183 or at

lockportpark.org.

ORLAND PARK

Turkey Trot

6:30 a.m. check-in,

8 a.m. start, Thursday,

Nov. 28, Franklin E.

Loebe Center, 14650

Ravinia Ave. This 2.5-

mile chip-timed cross

country race is run

through the streets,

paths and woods of Orland

Park. Awards go to

the top overall male and

female finishers, as well

as the Top 3 finishers

in each age group and

gender. Pre-registration

is required and limited

to 900. All participants

receive a long-sleeved

dri-fit race shirt and are

eligible for post-race

raffle prizes. For more

information, call (708)

403-5000, visit orland

park.org/events or email

orlandrecreation@or

landpark.org.

Lions Club Christmas

Tree & Wreath Sale

3-8 p.m. Monday-

Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

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Sunday, starting Nov. 29

until trees sell out, 14700

S. Ravinia Ave., south of

Village Hall.

Winter Wonderland

Ice Rink

Nov. 30-Feb. 23, Centennial

Park, 15600 West

Ave. Skaters with their

own skates can use the

ice rink daily beginning

at sunrise. Rink closes

when warming house

closes. Weather permitting.

Warming house/

skate rental hours are 4-7

p.m. Monday-Thursday,

4-8 p.m. Friday, noon-8

p.m. Saturday, noon-7

p.m. Sunday, but subject

to change. For more information,

call (708) 403-

5000, visit orlandpark.

org or email orlandrecre

ation@orlandpark.org.

Holiday Festival & Tree

Lighting Ceremony

4:30-7:30 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 1, Orland Park Civic

Center, 14750 S. Ravinia

Ave. Orland Park’s

annual holiday festival

and tree lighting ceremony.

The holiday market

returns with crafts, holiday

items, food, beer and

wine available for purchase.

Participants can

enjoy sleigh rides, live

entertainment, activities

and more. For more

information, call (708)

403-5000, visit orland

park.org/events or email

orlandrecreation@or

landpark.org.

Community Tree

Trimming Event

4:30-7:30 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 1, Village Center,

14700 S. Ravinia

Ave. Groups can celebrate

the spirit of the holiday

season at the annual

community tree trim.

Scout troops, church and

youth groups, athletic

teams and community

members are invited to

adopt a tree to decorate

in their own special way.

Trees are available on a

first-come, first-served

basis. No cost to adopt

a tree, limited quantities

available. Trees are approximately

5 feet tall

and will include lights

and a sign with the organization’s

name. The

groups provide the decorations.

Tree decoration

needs to be completed by

Saturday, Nov. 30 Trees

will be assigned to each

organization. For more

information, call (708)

403-5000 or visit orland

park.org/events.

Holly Jolly Storytimes

10 a.m.-11 p.m. Dec.

3, 4 and 5, Orland Park

Public Library, 14921

S. Ravinia Ave., Room

104. Stories, songs and

a special visitor from the

North Pole.

Santa’s Pit Stop

at Sportsplex

9 a.m.-noon Saturday,

Dec. 7, Sportsplex,

11351 W. 159th St. Santa

will be making his annual

stop at the Sportsplex.

Attendees should bring

a camera to capture a

picture of their children

visiting with Santa. For

more information, call

(708) 403-5000, visit

orlandpark.org/events or

email orlandrecreation@

orlandpark.org.

Polar Express

6:30-7 p.m. Thursday,

Dec. 12, Orland Park

Public Library, 14921 S.

Ravinia Ave. All ages. A

magical journey into Chris

Van Allsburg’s book “The

Polar Express.” No registration

is required, but

space is limited.

‘A Christmas Story’

7 p.m. Friday, Dec.

13, and Saturday, Dec.

14, 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec.

15, Orland Park Civic

Center, 14750 Ravinia

Ave. Tickets are $14 for

adults, $12 for seniors

and students, and $10 for

children 12 and younger.

For more information,

During the 2017 Christmas in the Square event in Lockport, Santa Claus asks Jessica Eaton (middle) and her cousin

Cameron Haas what they want for Christmas. 22nd Century Media File Photos

call (708) 403-5000, visit

orlandpark.org/events or

email orlandrecreation@

orlandpark.org.

Very Special Bright Starts:

Santa at the Storywalk

10-10:30 a.m. Saturday,

Dec. 14, Storywalk, on

outdoor path off Ravinia

Ave., adjacent to the Village

Center North Pond.

Santa Claus himself is to

tell a story in this Orland

Park Public Library program.

Program to be held

at library in the event of

inclement weather. No

registration required.

DIY Drop-In: Coffee Filter

Holiday Wreaths

7-8 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 18, Orland Park

Public Library, 14921 S.

Ravinia Ave. Craft supplies

provided. No registration

required but space

is limited — priority given

to OPPL cardholders.

Limit: 20 attendees.

Gingerbread Smack Down

5-6 p.m. Friday, Dec.

20, Orland Park Public

Library, 14921 S. Ravinia

Ave. Teens can join

this year’s Gingerbread

Smack Down and use

their imagination to create

whatever they would

like out of graham crackers

and other treats. At

the end, there will be voting

on favorites. Limit:

20 attendees.

Children’s New Year’s

Celebration

10:30 a.m.-12:30

p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28,

Franklin E. Loebe Center,

14650 Ravinia Ave.

Festivities include a DJ,

dancing, activities, food

and fun. Party favors and

the big countdown. Ages

2-10 (must be accompanied

by a paying adult).

For more information,

call (708) 403-5000, visit

orlandpark.org/events or

email orlandrecreation@

orlandpark.org.

TINLEY PARK

Trip: Holiday Lights Tour

3-9 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 4, Tony Bettenhausen

Recreation

Center, 8125 W. 171st

St. Participants will

travel to Chicago for a

holiday lights tour. The

tour includes stop at

the Adler Planetarium,

Lincoln Park, Michigan

Avenue, Millennium

Park and Christkindlmarket

at Daley Plaza.

The six-hour trip costs

$48. For more information,

visit www.

tinleyparkdistrict.org/

calendar-of-events.

Holiday Starters

7-8 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 4, Tinley Park

Public Library, 7851

Timber Drive. Chef

Michael Maddox will

demonstrate some great

“starters” for holiday

gatherings. For more information

or to register,

call (708) 532-0160.

Holiday Market

6-9 p.m. Friday Dec.

6, noon -5 p.m. Saturday

Dec. 7, and Sunday,

Dec. 8, Oak Park Avenue

Metra station, 6700 S.

St., south parking lot. Attendees

can stroll through

a heated tent and shop for

unique, handmade crafts.

Food and live music by

local groups will entertain

all weekend. There

also will be activities for

children, including making

holiday crafts, writing

letters for soldiers

and decorating cookies.

For more information,

visit downtowntinley.

com/events.

Community Tree-Lighting

Ceremony

6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6,

Zabrocki Plaza, 17375

S. Oak Park Ave. Village

officials will light the 35-

foot community holiday

tree at the start of December.

Holiday music and a

sing-along will precede

the lighting and start at

5:30 p.m. For more information,

visit down

towntinley.com/events.

Tinley’s Toyland Parade

11:45 a.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, 175th St. to

Zabrocki Plaza. Tinley’s

The Lincoln-Way Central Madrigals perform in 2018 at the Mokena Community Public

Library District.

Toyland Parade celebrates

the official arrival

of Santa and Mrs.

Claus. The guests of

honor will arrive at the

Oak Park Avenue Metra

station immediately after

the parade. Children

are encouraged to bring

an unwrapped toy to donate

to a local charity.

For more information,

visit downtowntinley.

com/events.

Parade of Lights

5 p.m. Sunday, Dec.

8, viewing area at 177th

Street along Oak Park

Avenue. Watch as festive

floats and decorated

vehicles parade down

the street with community

members and a few

special guests. For more

information, visit down

towntinley.com/events.

Elf on the Shelf

4:30-6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 11,

Tony Bettenhausen Recreation

Center, 8125 W.

171st St. This two-hour

workshop provides an

opportunity for children

to make crafts, play a few

games and enjoy some

snacks while singing

along to holiday music.

The cost to participate

is $12 for residents and

$16 for nonresidents. For

more information, visit

www.tinleyparkdistrict.

org/calendar-of-events.

Holiday Ornaments

7-8 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 11, Hailstorm

Brewing Company, 8060

186th St. Participants

will create faux stained

glass ornaments out of

affordable craft supplies,

such as acrylic paint and

melted crayon. For more

information or to register,

call (708) 532-0160.

Rudolph Dash

5:30-6:45 p.m. Friday,

Dec. 13, Tony Bettenhausen

Recreation Center,

8125 W. 171st St. Fitness

activities and a dash

around the indoor track.

A special visitor will

meet children at the finish

line. After the activities,

Rudolph will lead

everyone to visit with

Santa, and they will enjoy

hot chocolate, cookies

and crafts. The event

costs $15 for residents

and $20 for nonresidents.

For more information,

visit www.tinleypark

district.org/calendar-ofevents.

Pizza Lunch with Santa

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,

Saturday, Dec. 14, Tony

Bettenhausen Recreation

Center, 8125 W. 171st St.

Grab a slice of pizza with

Santa and play a few holiday

games. Cost is $10

for residents and $13 for

nonresidents. Registration

is required to attend

this event. For more information

or to register,

call (708) 342-4200.

Noon Year’s Eve Party

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 2, Tinley

Park Public Library, 7851

Timber Drive. This event

is for children in second

and third grades. There

will be a countdown to

noon, with a celebration

going with fun games,

crafts and more. For more

information or to register,

call (708) 532-0160.

MOKENA

Lincoln-Way Central

Madrigals Performance

7-8 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 4, Mokena Community

Public Library

District, 11327 W.

195th St. A performance

by the Lincoln-Way

Central High School

Madrigal Singers. The

Madrigals — which

include costumed singers,

ladies, troubadours,

a jester, wench and

Shakespearean players

— will perform Medieval

and Renaissance

Christmas music. For

more information and

registration, call (708)

479-9663 or visit moke

nalibrary.org.

Winter Band and

Choir Concert

6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.

10, Mokena Junior High

School, 19815 Kirkstone

Way. The bands and

choirs from Mokena Intermediate

School and

Mokena Junior High

School are to perform

seasonal and holiday music.

The MIS concert is to

begin at 6 p.m., followed

by the MJHS concert at

7:30 p.m. There is no

cost to attend, but concessions

will be available

between the concerts and

benefit the Mokena Music

Boosters.

NEW LENOX

Jingle and Mingle

RSVPs requested by

Friday, Nov. 29. Event

from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on

Friday, Dec. 6, The Atrium

at Gatto’s Restaurant

& Bar, 1938 E. Lincoln

Highway. The New

Lenox Chamber of Commerce

is to hold a festive

night of networking,

food and beverages, a

50/50 Merry Money Raffle,

and awards for Business

of the Year, Partner

of the Year and Citizen of

the Year. Cost is $25 per

person. To register, call

(815) 485-4241 or email

emily@newlenoxcham

ber.com.

Christmas in the Commons

4-8 p.m. Saturday, Nov.

30, Village Commons, 1

Veterans Parkway. The

display of lights, highlighted

by the largest illuminated

Santa Claus

in the United States, will

officially begin lighting

up the Village Commons.

Two synthetic ice skating

rinks, provided by the

New Lenox Community

Park District, are to return

to the Commons,

as well. There also will

be visits from the several

characters, an icecarving

demonstration

and more. The holiday

market returns this year,

as well. More details on

all of the Christmas in

the Commons events and

festivities can be found

at www.newlenox.net/

events.

Lincoln-Way Central

Madrigals Performance

6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday,

Dec. 3, New Lenox

Public Library, 120 Veterans

Parkway. People

can join the library for

a performance by the

Lincoln-Way Central

Madrigal singers. For

more information and

registration, visit www.

newlenoxlibrary.org or

call (815) 485-2605.

Lincoln-Way West

Madrigals Dinners

4:30 p.m. Dec. 4, 5, 6

and 7, Lincoln-Way West

High School Performing

Arts Center, 21701

Gougar Road. LW West

is holding its 11th annual

Madrigal Dinners. Attendees

can join them as

they travel to 15th century

Spain, where the King

and Queen are hosting a

feast for their subjects.

A three-course dinner,

complete with traditional

menu items. An evening

with their majesties, noble

court singers and musicians,

and actors, and a

toast. Shows start at 5:30

p.m. each night. Tickets

are $30 each and can be

ordered at www.lwwmu

sic.org.

Jingle All The Way

Toy Drive

Donations will be accepted

at the Jingle &

Mingle Event on Friday,

Dec. 6, and at the Chamber

office, 1 Veterans

Parkway, through Thursday,

Dec. 5. The New

Lenox Chamber of Commerce

will partner again

with the New Lenox

Township to provide local

children with a toyfilled

holiday.

Pictures with Santa

8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 7, Animal

Clinic at New Lenox,

1328 N. Cedar Road.

Santa and his elves will

be posing for photos with

your two-legged and

four-legged family members.

A $10 minimum

cash donation is requested

for photos, and all

proceeds benefit the TLC

Animal Shelter in Homer

Glen. Donations also will

be collected throughout

December.

Winter Wonderland Party

10:30-11:30 a.m.

Saturday, Dec. 7, New

Lenox Public Library,

120 Veterans Parkway.

People can join the library

for a morning of

winter fun, including a

snow globe craft, winter

games and a snack. Ages

5-12. For more information,

visit www.new

lenoxlibrary.org.

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Lincoln-Way Central

Madrigal Dinners

4:30 p.m. Dec. 12, 13

and 14, Lincoln-Way

Central Fine Arts Center,

1801 E. Lincoln Highway.

The Lincoln-Way

Central High School

Music Department is to

present its annual Madrigal

Dinners, which have

become a holiday tradition

in the Lincoln-Way

area over the past five decades.

This Renaissancethemed

event includes

a full catered meal, the

Madrigal Singers and

Bella Voce choirs in full

period dress, and a cast of

actors including the king,

queen and of court jester.

Brass, woodwind and

guitar ensembles round

out the music for the evening.

To make a reservation,

visit lwcmusic.org

or call (815) 462-2300.

Breakfast with Santa

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 8, Little Joe’s

Pizza, 1300 N. Cedar

Road, New Lenox. A

buffet breakfast, puppet

crafts and live entertainment,

as well as

a visit from Santa. Cost

is $11.95 for adults and

$9.95 for children. For

more information, visit

nlcc.chambermaster.com/

events/details/breakfastwith-santa-10535.

Flat Santa’s Christmas

Lights Adventure

Flat Stanley has

turned into Flat Santa.

Santa wants to take an

adventure around New

Lenox looking at the

decorated houses for

Christmas. People can

stop by the New Lenox

Community Park District,

701 W. Haven

Ave., Dec. 9-13 and pick

up Flat Santa, and then

take him around to different

houses and take a

Santa selfie to show off

one’s favorite house, tag

the New Lenox Com-

Christmas in the Commons attendees stare in awe in 2018 of the giant Illuminated Santa Claus the Village puts up

every holiday season. 22nd Century Media File Photo

munity Park District

and email to twrase@

newlenoxparks.org. For

those who would like

to have their house part

of the Flat Santa adventure,

email twrase@

newlenoxparks.org by

Friday, Dec. 6.

New Lenox Fire

Pancake Breakfast

8-10 a.m. Saturday,

Dec. 14, New Lenox

Fire Protection District

Station 1, 261 E. Maple

St. Free to attend, but

donations are welcome.

Lunch with the Grinch

10 a.m.-noon and

12:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 14, Lincolnway

Special Recreation Association,

1900 Heatherglen

Drive. Tickets will

be sold by sessions. Both

sessions feature a pizza

lunch, jumpy, DJ dance

party and a visit/photo opportunity

with the Grinch.

This event is open to the

public, and all children

must be accompanied by

an adult. Space is limited.

For tickets, visit event

brite.com and search for

“LWSRA Lunch with the

Grinch.” For more information,

call (815) 320-

3507 or email kreczek@

lwsra.org.

Noon Year’s Eve Party

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 29, New

Lenox Commons, 1 Veterans

Parkway. A free

party and countdown to

noon. Music, crafts and

activities will be provided.

The event is capped

off with a massive balloon

drop, and concessions

will be available.

FRANKFORT

Shop Small Business

Saturday

8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday,

Nov. 30. People

can shop in Frankfort

in honor of Small Business

Saturday, a holiday

shopping tradition

that celebrates small

businesses, and help

get the word out by

using #ShopSmall on

social media. Downtown

shops will offer

reverse progressive

discounts: 25 percent

from 8-9 a.m., 20 percent

off from 9-10 a.m.,

15 percent off from 10-

11 a.m. and 10 percent

off from 11 a.m.-noon.

Discounts will vary

by shop. For more information,

visit www.

frankfortchamber.com.

Letters to Santa

Letters due by 5 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 4,

Founders Community

Center, 140 Oak St.

Santa’s mailbox is being

displayed at the Founders

Community Center.

Santa will personally

write to each and every

child who writes him a

letter by the deadline.

Santa can only send

letters to children who

include the following:

child’s full name, address,

city, zip code and

a wish list. Checklists

will be available at the

main office or on the

park district website.

Address letters to: Santa

Claus, 25 Candy Cane

Lane, North Pole (c/o

Frankfort Park District,

140 Oak Street, Frankfort,

IL, 60423). For

more information and

registration, visit www.

frankfortparks.org/spe

cial-events or call (815)

469-9400.

Lighting of the Green

6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday,

Dec. 5, Breidert

Green, downtown

Frankfort. Participants

can experience a treelighting

ceremony to

kick off the holiday

season in Frankfort and

enjoy a visit from Santa

& Mrs. Claus, hot chocolate,

and cookies. For

the entire family.

Cookie Walk

Noon-3 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec.

8, Breidert Green, downtown

Frankfort. Checkin

is from 11:30 a.m.-1

p.m, and participants will

receive a wristband and

cookie bag. Tickets are

$20 per person, and all

ages are allowed. Each

ticket allows participants

to take part in either

the Saturday or Sunday

event, and collect

a festive, individually

wrapped holiday cookie

at up to 25 downtown

Frankfort merchants.

Participants also can enjoy

hot chocolate stations

and a visit with Santa.

To register, visit frank

fortchamber.com or call

(815) 469-3356.

Paws with Claus

1-2 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, Founders Community

Center, 140 Oak

St. Participants can bring

their friendly family pet

and a camera for a holiday

photo opportunity

with Santa Claus. New

this year, a professional

photographer from Anna

Thielen Photography

will be onsite for photos.

Each family will receive

a free 5-inch-by-7-inch

photo with Santa. Additional

photos are available

to purchase through

the photographer’s website.

All pets must be on

a leash. Participants are

asked to bring a pet item

to be donated to a local

shelter. There is a $2 fee

per dog family. No registration

required.

Christkindl Weekend

Noon-3 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec.

8, downtown Frankfort.

Visit downtown Frankfort

for Christkindl activities

throughout the weekend.

The event is sponsored

by the Frankfort Historic

Business Association. For

more information, contact

the Frankfort Chamber

of Commerce at (815)

469-3356.

Reindeer on the Green

Noon-2 p.m. Saturday,

Dec. 14, Breidert Green,

Kansas and Ash streets,

downtown Frankfort.

Participants are invited

to enjoy live reindeer

on the Green, as well as

free hot cocoa and cookies.

Frankfort Girl Scouts

Service Unit 718 will

provide caroling.

Senior Christmas Party

5 p.m. Wednesday,

Dec. 18, CD&ME,

23320 S. LaGrange

Road. Participants will

enjoy catering and entertainment.

Seniors are

asked to bring an item

for the Frankfort Township

Food Pantry. There

is a fee of $25 per person,

and the bus is available

for an additional $4.

Participants can take part

in the optional gift exchange

for $10.

New Year’s Countdown

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 31,

Founders Community

Center, 140 Oak St.

Celebrate New Year’s

Eve with dancing, party

games, a giant inflatable,

crafts and ice

cream. There will be a

“Countdown to 2020”

balloon drop at noon to

celebrate the New Year.

This event is for children

ages 4-10. There is a fee

of $8 for residents and

$11 for non-residents.

Registration deadline is

Dec. 27.


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Have a ‘judgement-free’ holiday season

It has probably already

started for you: the hustle

and bustle of the holiday

season. It can be challenging

this time of year to stay

in your regular routine,

and sometimes you may

not get to the gym when

you want to.

“It’s easy to get rundown

and not feel yourself

during the holiday

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PLNTF Holdings, which

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the United States. “It’s

important when life gets

busy and stressful to have

access to an affordable and

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Planet Fitness is

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holiday season and beyond.”

Planet Fitness has area

locations in Tinley Park,

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some tips and tricks to

help get you through the

holiday season.

1. Get to the gym when

you can. If you don’t get to

the gym when you wanted

to, it’s OK. Remember

that the gym will be there

when you can get there,

and the holidays can be

busy. Set a realistic goal at

the beginning of the week,

and check in with yourself

along the way! You can do

it.

2. Every minute matters.

Remember that even

10 minutes on the treadmill

can lift your mood

and help you get through

the day. Schedules this

time of year may not allow

for a longer workout, and

that is OK. Hit the gym

when you can.

3. Memories first. The

holidays are special times

when families and friends

come together. Enjoy

these moments and treasure

these times with loved

ones. Remember, you can

reach your goals and still

treat yourself.

4. Do what you can

with what you have. If

you can’t make it into the

gym as much as you’d like

this holiday season, check

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your home or on the go (no

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Plus, maybe even

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5. Working out has

more than just physical

benefits. It is easy to focus

on others during the

holidays and become consumed

by the hustle and

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Smith Crossing residents, staff create Yuletide traditions

The holiday season is

here. It’s time to break out

the decorations, turn up

the festive music, and, of

course, start making plans

for your family traditions.

At Smith Crossing, a life

plan community in Orland

Park, residents and staff

are preparing for their action-packed

2019 holiday

season of celebrations.

“All of us have holiday

traditions, whether it is setting-out

cookies and milk

for Santa, caroling with

neighbors or checking out

a local lights displays. Traditions

during the holiday

season are what make our

Smith Crossing’s community

a family,” said Amanda

Mauceri, executive director

of Smith Crossing.

“I first began working

at Smith Crossing when

we opened in November

of 2004. We had three “official”

Christmas trees. As

we have grown, so have

our traditions, and we now

boast 14 “official” Christmas

trees we decorate in

Smith Crossing’s several

common areas.”

Christmas trees aren’t

the only thing that Smith

Crossing residents have

in abundance this holiday

season. They enjoy

many ways to share and

celebrate together. From

enjoying a cup of cocoa by

one of the Christmas trees

and selecting presents at

the holiday vendor fair to

decorating cookies and

spending time visit with

Santa himself. Residents

and staff invite relatives

and friends to enjoy a photo

opportunity with Santa

in the Great Room.

While there are many

opportunities at Smith

Crossing to get in the

spirit, the highlight of the

season is the annual staff

Christmas variety show.

“Nothing brings greater

joy than a packed house

in our Community Hall

for our staff’s annual staff

show,” said Mauceri. “It is

an opportunity for each department

to have fun while

performing songs and skits

and for the residents to see

them in a new light. We

grow as a community into

a family during times like

this.”

Added Mauceri, “We

also recognize that the

holidays can be a hard

time for some folks with

the pressure to pick a

thoughtful present to the

stress of going over budget.

So, it’s easy to lose

sight of the holiday spirit.

That’s why we are committed

to supporting our

neighbors during the holidays.

We participate in Orland

Township’s Holiday

Adopt-a-Family program

to make this time of year a

little brighter for neighboring

families in need. “Residents

and staff will work

together to experience the

true joy of giving and giving

back.”

About Smith Crossing

Since the life plan community

opened in 2004

and first expanded in

2013, Smith Crossing offers

independent living

apartments and villas, assisted

living apartments,

memory care residences,

short-term stay rehab

suites and skilled nursing

care rooms for more than

300 adults. The campus

features a broad array of

common areas as settings

for dining, entertainment,

lifelong learning and wellness

programs.

Smith Crossing is one

of 63 skilled nursing care

providers in Illinois recognized

by the U.S. News &

World Report’s overall topranking

list for 2019/2020

requiring a five-star rating

from Centers for Medicare

& Medicaid Services. It

also received U.S. News’

highest ranking for shortterm

rehab care. The life

plan community’s sponsor,

Smith Senior Living,

is a nonprofit organization

serving older adults since

1924.

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10501 Emilie Lane in Orland

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Dancing Marlin continues to offer innovative dishes

Dancing Marlin in Frankfort is

proud to be the first South Suburban

Chicago restaurant to offer

shared plates featuring fine

American cuisine. Conveniently

located minutes from U.S. Interstate

80, Dancing Marlin offers

a seasonally evolving menu that

highlights innovative fare with

a purpose. Enjoy diverse selections

from a chef-driven menu,

where every item is made inhouse

from scratch using high

quality, fresh and locally sourced

ingredients. Dancing Marlin provides

a lively and entertaining

culinary experience that is perfect

for dining with friends and

family.

What are the rules for sharing?

There are no rules. Guests

begin by ordering a few dishes

to share. If they are still hungry,

they can go ahead and try a few

more. If someone at the table is

not the sharing type — and there

is nothing wrong with that —

they can enjoy one of the larger

entrées.

Start a tasting adventure with

house-made sliders, tacos or the

chopped salad, and then enjoy a

Dancing Marlin signature dish

such as “Gnudi,” “The Fig and

the Pig” or the locally famous

“NY Strip Steak” – served Tuscan

style! Dancing Marlin also

features fresh fish that is sourced

direct from Hawaii, Japan, British

Columbia, and other acclaimed

international seafood

locations. Try acclaimed favorites

such as crab-stuffed peppers,

Dancing Marlin scallops, spicy

garlic shrimp and daily “Fresh-

Off-the-Hook” specials. An extensive

list of gluten-free items

as well as vegetarian dishes are

offered for friends preferring

those options.

The Dancing Marlin full-service

bar features a hand-picked

bottled wine program and unique

wine-by-the-glass offerings

Fresh Cut

Christmas Trees

Balsam Fir, Fraiser

Fir, Scotch Pine,

Black Hill Spruce

Live Wreath

& Garland

Beautiful

Poinsettias and

Green Pots

Firewood

available for

pickup or

delivery

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Mon-Sat 9-5 Sunday 10-5

from the area’s first custom-tap

system. Enjoy perfect air and

temperature control with every

glass pour. Handcrafted, seasonally

inspired cocktails are also

offered on tap.

Dancing Marlin recognizes

that dining is as much about the

experience as it is the cuisine,

and the atmosphere is as rousing

as the food. Have a seat at

the chef’s communal table, also

known as “The Kitchen Table,”

to experience an exclusive look

at the high-energy Dancing Marlin

open kitchen. The Kitchen

Table atmosphere buzzes with

excitement and creates a festive

sharing environment for groups

up to 16 people.

Dancing Marlin is the perfect

setting for private dining and

group events ranging from holiday

parties, cozy family affairs

for birthdays, anniversaries and

showers to large corporate dinners

and client cocktail parties.

Customers can create their own

custom menu as unique as the

party being planned. Dancing

Marlin Restaurant staffs each

private party with dedicated

servers to ensure guests have the

best dining experience possible.

For family and friend dining

with a sharing twist, visit Dancing

Marlin today.

Submitted by Dancing Marlin,

20590 S. LaGrange Road in Frankfort.

For more information, call

(815) 464-6646 or visit dancing

marlinrestaurant.com.

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A one-stop shop for handmade creations

The 19th Annual One of a Kind

Holiday Show — a highly-anticipated

and much-revered holiday

experience in Chicago — will

return to The Mart, 222 W. Merchandise

Mart Plaza, Dec. 5-8.

The show will offer shoppers a

one-stop shopping and entertainment

experience. It will feature

work from more than 600 talented

artists, artisans and makers from

across North America and beyond,

as well as gourmet cafes, live music,

a thoughtfully curated fine art

gallery and much more.

Shoppers may browse products

spanning a variety of media including

fine art, ceramics, mixed

media, fashion, furniture, fiber art,

jewelry, gourmet goods, pet products,

photography, accessories,

bath and body, children’s products,

holiday and home goods.

Exhibiting artists will be on-site

throughout the run of the show to

engage with attendees and share

their inspirations, as well as offer

behind-the-scenes insights into

their creative processes.

The show’s “Emerging Market”

will also return, showcasing 25

up-and-coming artists for the first

time.

Tickets are $12 per adult and

provide entry for all four days of

the show. Children 12 and under

are free. Special ticket packages

are also available including early

access tickets for $20, which allow

guests entry at 10 a.m. on Thursday,

Dec. 5.

A portion of all ticket sales will

benefit the Ann & Robert H. Lurie

Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

For tickets or more information,

visit oneofakindshowchicago.

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Jack Gibbons Gardens all

about traditions — not trends

Jack Gibbons Gardens does not follow

trends.

Diners are not going to witness Happy

Hours or Margarita Mondays at Jack Gibbons.

That is because Jack Gibbons focuses

on what really matters: great food and

even better company.

The restaurant reportedly has customers

who say they have not been there for

25-30 years but come back and it is just

the way they remember it.

Jack Gibbons Gardens — or Gibbons,

as the regulars call it — opened in 1922

as a speakeasy. Although times have

changed drastically since then, the restaurant

itself has not. From the red leather

booths to the wood-paneled walls, Jack

Gibbons is truly timeless.

In a time where chain restaurants are on

every corner, Gibbons has become even

more special and unique. From the second

a diner sits and is instantly delivered

delicious warm bread, three-bean salad

and coleslaw, before even a glance at the

menu, it is easy to know one is about to

have one of the best meals of his or her

life. From surf and turf to fried chicken,

Gibbons has something to satisfy any

craving.

Gibbons has been described as a “generational

place” that sees everyone from

grandfathers and fathers to their grandchildren

who dine there.

A secret to that success is that the

restaurant’s staff does not experience

the type of turnover seen in some chain

restaurants. Its employees have worked

there for years, striving for a “Cheers”

vibe with which the bartender knows the

customers, what they’re having, and the

friends they bring with them.

Submitted by Jack Gibbons Gardens,

14700 Oak Park Ave. in Oak Forest. For

more information, visit www.jackgibbons

garden.com or call (708) 687-2331.

STEAKS • CHOPS • PRIME RIB

SEAFOOD • CHICKEN • RIBS

Illinois Spine Center’s

tips for cold weather

Autumn is a beautiful

time of year, with its crisp

weather, falling leaves

and spiced flavors. But in

Chicagoland, we all know

what’s around the corner.

As the low temperatures

approach, it is important to

stay active, especially for

aging residents.

Amid cold weather, it

can be difficult for everyone

to maintain daily exercise,

but it is necessary to

limit the chance of injury.

Physical activity, no

matter the degree of difficulty,

increases blood flow

throughout the body, helping

common ailments such

as arthritis and joint pain.

According to doctors

at the Illinois Spine and

Scoliosis Center in Homer

Glen, purposeful movements

such as walking a

half hour a day — indoor

or outdoor — can help prevent

injuries, including accidental

falls.

Unfortunately, some

victims of such falls and

other weather- related injuries

are patients at ISSC,

which offers personalized

and comprehensive spine

care for all ages.

Doctors at the center

treat

a wide range of ailments

— from lower back pain

to herniated discs to spinal

fractures — with the latest

techniques, both surgical

and nonsurgical.

All of the center’s physicians

are fellowshiptrained

and work to develop

customized treatment

plans and goals.

Submitted by the Illinois

Spine & Scoliosis Center,

12701 W. 143rd St., Suite

200, in Homer Glen. For

more information, call (877)

694-7722, email info@

myissc.com or visit www.

myissc.com

Written by 22CM Boost, the

content-writing division of

22nd Century Media, publisher

of this special section

and newspaper.

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Forest View Farms offers horseback riding for the holidays

For more than 50 years, Forest

View Farms has welcomed

horse-lovers of all ages, whether

they have been riding all of their

lives or want to enjoy their first

rides.

Forest View Farms in Tinley

Park abuts the Cook County Forest

Preserves — a beautiful piece

of land that begs to be seen. The

farms invite people to enjoy time

away from life’s stresses and

spend time relaxing by meandering

through the beautiful forest

trails.

Riders are paired with a horse

at the rider’s skill level, so new

riders do not feel overwhelmed

while sleigh rides, hayrides or

other horse-drawn vehicles are

piloted by one of the farms’ accomplished

workers.

Trail rides begin on the Forest

View Farms property and take

adjacent trails through the Cook

County Forest Preserves. Trail

rides are offered year-round, and

offered for both private, reserved

rides and non reserved walk-in

customers. Trail riders need to

be at least 9 years of age, with a

250-pound weight limit.

Children younger than 9 who

want to ride also can enjoy pony

rides, which are offered yearround

and are great for smaller

children. Children learn to be

comfortable around horses during

their controlled trail ride

around the Forest View Farms

property. All ponies are hand-led

by a parent or adult.

Forest View Farms offer riding

lessons for new and advanced

riders, young and old. For those

who have always wanted to try

horseback riding, there are classes

for people of all ages, from 3

years and older. Toddlers can become

comfortable around horses

or ponies with mommy and me

classes, and older children can

start learning riding basics, with

lessons tailored to their ages and

levels of comfort.

For adults who have never

had the chance to try horseback

riding, Forest Views Farms has

both group and private lessons,

so people can try it out with their

friends or on their own. Forest

View Farms also offers driving

lessons for those who do not

drive.

Forest View Farms offers everything

one needs for a successful,

memorable party. Parties can

be built to accommodate everything

from trail rides, pony rentals,

hayrides, ride wagons, covered

wagons, carriages and stage

coach to petting farm animals.

Sheriff badges, hats and bandannas

are available as party favors.

The farms have outdoor party

pavilions available and heated

party barn for fall, winter and

spring comfort.

And whether or not one decides

to have a party at his or

her location, or the farms, Forest

View can supply everything

needed, including western decorations

and props for a great party

all guests will remember.

Forest View also does parades,

weddings, reunions, convention

events, company picnics, cookouts,

special events and parties

for all occasions.

Forest View Farms invites everyone

to join for a week of horsey

fun at the horse camp, which is

a great way to learn about horses

and other farm animals. During

the week at camp, campers will

learn to brush, saddle and ride

horses. Campers also will adopt

one farm animal and take care

of it for the week. Campers also

will have riding lessons and go

on trail rides daily.

The farm also has other

types of horse-related activities

throughout the week.

Fall is upon us, and hayride

season is here, while winter is

fast approaching. And the coming

of snow brings sleigh rides.

Gift certificates are available

for any of the above and

make great Christmas stockingstuffers

for presents.

Yes, Christ is still in Christmas

at Forest View Farms. Call for

additional details.

Submitted by Forest View Farms.

For more information, visit www.

fvfarms.com, or call (708) 560-0306

or (219) 365-1350.

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happy holidays

FROM ALL OF US

With sincere appreciation and gratitude,

Illinois Spine and Scoliosis Center

extends a heartfelt “ThankYou”

to our patients and partners

for your loyalty and support over the years.

Our Entire team joins in sending you & yours a

very blessed and joyous upcoming Holiday Season.


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1 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 2 November 2019 to 2 March 2020. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere

Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required. Introductory rate of 0% APR is for 60 months only. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models

may vary by dealer. Offers available on new equipment and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 2 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 2 November

2020 to 2 January 2020. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required.

Introductory rate of 0% APR is for 60 months only. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new equipment and in the

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or more John Deere or Frontier Implements purchased from an authorized John Deere dealer between 2 November 2019 to 2 March 2020. Prices and models may vary by

dealer. This can be combined with the regular installment options. Prices and savings are in U.S. dollars. *The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the

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Shorewood Home

and Auto offering

highest customer

satisfaction for 45 years

This year will mark

45 years in business for

Shorewood Home and

Auto. The beginning of

this year we purchased

Circle Tractor, a John

Deere dealership located

in Homer Glen. With the

addition of Homer Glen

we will have three locations

located in Will

County, including our

original location in Shorewood

and our Crete location

which was acquired

in 2008. Three locations

gives our customers a vast

amount of inventory to

choose from.

A lot of companies say

they give high levels of

customer service. Our

high levels of customer

satisfaction are achieved

through utilizing over 100

years-plus of power equipment

experience. We offer

our customers one-on-one

demonstrations of their

new equipment purchase

to make sure that they are

comfortable when they

get their machine home,

have minimal wait times

for warranty repairs and

give our commercial customers

loaner machines

when we cannot repair

a machine within 24-48

hours. Here at Shorewood

Home and Auto we strive

to give every customer

that walks into our stores

the highest level of customer

satisfaction no matter

the situation.

We offer to our customers

products from leading

manufacturers in the

power equipment industry.

We carry the full line

of John Deere Turf and

Utility products, including

riding tractors starting

at $1,499 all the way up

to 125HP luxurious utility

tractors. If a tractor is not

your style, we offer a full

line of time saving John

Deere zero turn mowers.

You can get around your

property in the comfort

of a John Deere Gator

available with heat and air

conditioned cabs. On the

construction end, we offer

the expanded line of commercial

compact equipment.

We offer multiple

sizes of skid steers and

compact track loaders,

zero tail swing mini excavators

and five different

size compact wheel loaders.

As with everything

we sell, we offer parts and

service at each location.

We carry leading handheld

brands Stihl and

Echo. Both manufacturers

offer gas trimmers,

blowers, chainsaws and

hedge trimmers among

accessories for all. If you

don’t prefer dealing with

gas-powered items, check

out the latest in Lithium

Battery technology. Stihl

and Echo offer trimmers,

blowers, chainsaws and

mowers all with industry

leading run times.

For our commercial

landscape customers we

offer a full line of John

Deere commercial mowing

equipment, full line

of Exmark equipment and

the full line from Wright

Stander.

We offer parts for everything

we sell and even

some items that we don’t

sell. Our service technicians

are all factory

trained. We have service

departments at each of

our locations. Everything

we sell is backed by a

highly-trained parts and

service department. We

separate ourselves from

other dealers and big box

retailers with our focus on

service after the sale. We

want to see our customers

coming back year after

year, whether it is the do

it yourselfer or you would

like our service department

to keep your equipment

in tip top running

condition.

We appreciate all of the

business from our past

customers and look forward

to our new opportunities

in Homer Glen.

Submitted by Shorewood

Home and Auto, 12608 W,

159th St. in Homer Glen. For

more information, call (708)

301-0222 or visit shorewood

homeandauto.com.


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Durbin’s in Tinley Park offers holiday

packages, its annual turkey giveaway

With the holidays

right around the corner,

Durbin’s offers a variety

of ways to celebrate this

season.

Durbin’s on Oak Park

Avenue in Tinley Park, is

open on Thanksgiving Day,

Christmas Eve, Christmas

Day, New Year’s Eve and

New Year’s Day.

Customers can join

Durbin’s on Black

Wednesday for its annual

turkey giveaway. Dating

back 25 years to the original

location in Burbank,

every hour from noon to

8 p.m., at all locations

(excluding Frankfort), a

frozen turkey is raffled to

one of Durbin’s customers

in this fun annual tradition.

Durbin’s is proud to be

open on Thanksgiving

Day, offering a full sitdown

dinner in the restaurants.

Or, for those hosting

Thanksgiving at home,

Durbin’s can do all the

work. Roasted turkey or

glazed ham catering packages

are available.

Customers and ring in

the New Year in downtown

Tinley Park. The event

features two rooms of DJs

playing dance music, an

appetizer buffet, party favors,

a champagne toast at

midnight and a continental

breakfast. The event is $20

per person, or $50 for the

premium open bar package.

The fun is slated to go

on until 4 a.m.

Customers also can celebrate

New Year’s Eve

in the dining room with

a special New Year’s Eve

menu! Offerings include

surf and turf, filet mignon,

Branding Iron ribs, steak,

lobster and much more.

Reservations are recommended.

And those still looking

for a place to have their

holiday parties can find

great packages from which

to choose at Durbin’s.

Rooms in Tinley Park can

accommodate up to parties

of 120 people.

Looking for gift ideas?

Customers can buy a gift

certificate for $50 and receive

a $10 gift certificate

free.

Submitted by Durbin’s, 17265

Oak Park Ave. in Tinley

Park. For more information,

visit durbinspizza.com.

LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY!

Home Style

Catering

Open Thanksgiving (Tinley) & Christmas Eve 11am-2am

Open Christmas Day 5pm-2am (Tinley)

Open New Year’s Eve 11am-4am

Open New Year’s Day 11am-2am

www.durbinspizza.com

ORDER ONLINE!

Frankfort • 14 Elwood St. • 815-464-1007

Tinley Park • 17265 S. Oak Park Ave • 708-429-1000

BURBANK

5406 W. 79th St

EVERGREEN PARK

10240 S. Kedzie

MIDLOTHIAN

14753 S. Cicero Ave.

PALOS HILLS

10154 S. Roberts Rd.

NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION

PARTY IN THE PUB

(NOT AVAILABLE IN FRANKFORT)

D.J. Dance Music • Appetizer Buffet • Party Favors

Champagne Toast & Continental Breakfast

$20 Per Person

with premium open bar:

$55 Per Person

Open bar 9pm to 1am. Event open till 4am.

Celebrate New Year's Eve in our Dining Room

at the Historical Downtown Tinley location

Special New Year's Eve Menu

Surf & Turf • Filet Mignon

Branding Iron Ribs

Steak • Lobster

and much more to choose from

Reservations Recommended

708-429-1000

Gift certificate

special

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Receive a $10

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No limit. All locations. On sale through 1/31/20

FREE Medium Pizza

(toppings at regular price) $12.95 value

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ordering. Not valid with any other offers.

No limit. All locations. On sale through 1/31/20

Family, Jumbo, or Large Stuffed

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With Family or Jumbo

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Dine in, Carry out, or Delivery. Limit 1 per customer.

Must mention coupon when ordering. Not valid with

any other offers. Expires 1/31/20


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Hearing loss and the holiday blues

The holidays are upon us, and

many of us are looking forward

to going to parties and getting together

with extended family over

the next couple of weeks. Some

enjoy the frenetic pace of family

gatherings, shopping, cooking

and travel and don’t even mind

that some radio stations started

playing Christmas music in October.

But for others, the holiday

season brings a sense of isolation

and loneliness. Those with hearing

loss, especially, are at greater risk

for the “holiday blues.”

Holiday blues

Studies have linked untreated

hearing loss to loneliness, stress,

depression — feelings which intensify

during the holiday season.

If you have hearing loss, you may

find holiday gatherings difficult

due to the frustration of trying to

participate in conversations with

family and friends. You might

even avoid parties and get-togethers.

But unfortunately, avoiding

holiday gatherings altogether just

leads to further loneliness, isolation

and depression — and the

cycle continues. Sergei Kochkin,

Ph.D., the executive director of the

Better Hearing Institute, explains

the dichotomy of the festive holiday

season against a backdrop of

hearing loss: “The holiday season

is meant to be a time of thanks,

celebration and joy,” he said. “But

for many people, it is a time of

year when unaddressed hearing

loss can cause them to feel particularly

isolated and depressed. Even

when surrounded by loved ones, a

family member’s impaired ability

to hear and actively participate in

conversation cuts them off.

Oftentimes, they are left with a

sense of sadness, inadequacy and

emotional isolation. This is especially

true when the hearing loss

is either unrecognized or is being

‘hidden’ by the family member

with hearing loss.”

Get back into the festive spirit

Just because you have hearing

loss doesn’t mean the holidays

have to be stressful and depressing.

There are steps you can take

to have a joyful season and be able

to participate in the festivities.

• Don’t let another year of struggling

to hear go by. See South

Suburban Hearing Health Center

for treatment.

• Speak up. Let friends and family

know you have hearing loss

so they can accommodate your

hearing needs. Most people are

quite happy to help by facing

you when speaking, speaking

clearly and distinctly, and repeating

things, if necessary.

• Connect. Loneliness and isolation

are associated with depression,

as is hearing loss. Don’t

avoid parties and gatherings;

make plans to attend holiday

gatherings or get together with

friends.

• Volunteer. There are many

charitable organizations looking

for help this time of year.

Volunteering can not only take

your mind off your troubles,

it can make you feel more

socially connected, helping

reduce loneliness and depression.

Visit a nursing home,

work at a soup kitchen, help

out at a toy donation program

or wrap gifts for charity; any

time you give in service to

others will lift your mood.

• Embrace past traditions. What

did you used to love to do? A

walk in the crisp winter air, baking

cookies, making handmade

ornaments, singing favorite

songs or resurrecting a traditional

family recipe can help

connect you to past experiences

and bring back the joy of the

season.

• Talk about it. Give family and

friends the opportunity to support

you by letting them know

what you are going through.

Help is a text message away

If you are not comfortable talking

to family or friends about your

feelings of sadness, there is another

option. Now, you can try a

24-hour crisis text line. The free,

nationwide text line receives millions

of texts annually.

Though the crisis text line was

originally intended for teens,

whose preferred method of communication

is texting, it quickly

found another, unintended group

of beneficiaries: those with hearing

loss. The hotline is now being used

by the deaf and those with hearing

loss who are feeling the need to

reach out due to personal crisis.

Text “HOME” to 741-741 to

connect.

Submitted by South Suburban Hearing

Health Center, 14316 S. Will-

Cook Road, Homer Glen. For more

information, visit southsub

urbanhearing.com or call (708)

675-2943.

BETTER HEARING BEGINS WITH YOUR BRAIN

Hearing health and overall health are related. EARLY INTERVENTION is the best medicine.

Though all human brains

become smaller with age,

shrinkage is accelerated

in adults with hearing loss. 1

Adults with untreated hearing loss are

more likely to develop dementia. 3

severe loss

moderate loss

Treat hearing loss

before it’s too late.

Hearing Health Event

December 2 nd – 13 th

Untreated hearing loss may result in

serious long-term consequences

to healthy brain functioning. 2

mild loss

2x 3x 5x

times more likely

Call 708-968-3677 today

to schedule your FREE

hearing screening!

HEARING HEALTH CENTER

Helping People Hear Better

BURR RIDGE

1333 Burr Ridge

Parkway-

Village Center, Suite 200

HOMER GLEN

14316 S. Will-Cook Rd.

MOKENA

20006 Wolf Rd.

www.SouthSuburbanHearing.com

CRESTWOOD

5553 W 127TH ST.

SOURCES:

1

http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_linked_to_accelerated_brain_tissue_loss_ | 2 http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_accelerates_brain_function_decline_in_older_adults | 3 http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_and_dementia_linked_in_

study | 4 Amieva, H., Ouvrard, C., Giulioli, C., Meillon C., Rullier, L., & Dartigues, J. F. (2015). Self-reported hearing loss, hearing aids, and cognitive decline in elderly adults: A 25-year study. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2015 Oct;63 (10):2099-104. doi: 10.1111/jgs.13649

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Tinley’s Pop’s Italian Beef &

Sausage ready for the holidays

At Pop’s Italian Beef &

Sausage in Tinley Park,

homemade food at a great

value is what is on the menu

this holiday season.

The Pop’s Tinley Park

location has been making

the holidays special with its

delicious catering offerings

since 2009. Focusing on

high-quality food with affordable

prices, let Pop’s be

a part of your celebrations

this season.

“Christmas Eve is our

busiest day of the year,”

owner Burke Matyas said.

“People especially love our

beef and chicken for their

holiday gatherings.

“Every 15 minutes, we

are cooking 120 pieces of

chicken, so call early for a

prime spot. Some people

who have made our food a

tradition are calling a month

in advance every year.”

Pop’s famous chicken is

pressure-cooked to make it

more moist and delicious,

which is why it is so popular

among customers. Also,

all the beef is cooked and

sliced daily, and has been

since the first Pop’s opened

its doors in Palos Heights in

1980.

Pop’s offers a variety of

catering packages, which

include Italian beef, Italian

sausage, chicken, baked

mostaccioli, and sausage

and meatball trays.

Delicious catering services

are not all the restaurants

is known for. Pop’s in Tinley

Park is also part of the

Hot Lunch program for area

schools, and offers a fundraising

program that gives

back 20 percent of profits

that day to the participating

nonprofit group.

Daily specials and text

messaging promotions also

make Pop’s in Tinley Park

a popular lunch destination.

Every Monday at 9:30

a.m., a text message promotion

is sent to 26,000 phone

numbers of people who

opted into the program by

texting the word POPS (in

all capital letters) to (877)

710-1070. The specials are

good for Monday and Tuesday,

and generally rotate

between the same popular

offerings. The menu items

include cheeseburger, beef

sandwich, Italian sausage

sandwich, gyros sandwich,

breaded steak sandwich and

all-beef hot dog.

Pop’s also celebrates

Weenie Wednesday every

Wednesday. Its all-beef,

privately-made hot dog is

only $2.50 each and comes

wrapped in fries.

There’ are always two

different specials every day

of the week. Also, every

order comes with a brightly

colored coupon for a customer’s

next visit.

For the most part, all

Pop’s stores offer the same

menu, but at Tinley Park

you can also order a homemade

sloppy Joe, or choose

from two homemade soups:

cream of chicken with rice

and vegetable beef barley.

They are very popular with

regulars, and keep people

coming back again and

again.

At Pop’s, customers are

treated as more than a just a

customer; they’re treated as

a friend.

“We have so many regulars

here, and I think it’s

because we give out great

customer service,” Matyas

said. “We like to talk and

laugh with our regulars

when they walk in the door,

really make them feel welcome.

“We have some regulars

that come here so often, as

soon as they walk in the

door I’m already calling

their order out to the kitchen

before the customer even

makes it up to the counter.”

And it is not just the customers

who are loyal.

“Most of our employees

have been here a long time,

so we can really keep up

the consistency,” Matyas

said. “I have one employee

that’s been with the Pop’s

franchise for 20 years, and

another one that’s been with

me since Day 1 in Tinley

Park.”

Pop’s has listened to its

loyal customer base and is

now proudly serving No

Antibiotic Ever “NAE”

Grilled chicken breasts.

Diners should come in and

taste the difference.

And Pop’s is proud to announce

that, new for 2020,

beginning in January, it will

be selling wine and beer, to

be followed in late spring by

gaming.

To stay current with

specials, promotions, new

items, etc. follow Pop’s

Facebook page at @Pops

BeefTinley.

Too cold to go out? Pop’s

Tinley Park is on Doordash.

com now! Stay cozy indoors

and have delicious,

warm food delivered right

to you.

Submitted by Pop’s Italian

Beef & Sausage, 7301 W.

183rd St. in Tinley Park. For

more information, visit pops

beef.com/location/tinley-park

or call (708) 614-7677.


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Celebrate the holidays with Side Street Tavern

Side Street Tavern is

not just another restaurant,

nor just another

sports bar, but an entire

dining and entertainment

emporium like none other

in the Southwest suburbs.

Side Street, as seen

on “Chicago’s Best,” incorporates

a pleasurable

dining experience with

broad entertainment and

an inviting social atmosphere.

Side Street is large

enough to seat 350 guests,

has multiple private banquet

rooms and a spacious

outdoor patio.

Side Street offers delicious

food from a wideranging

menu served by

a professional, courteous

and friendly staff. Chef

Victor has created “updated

versions of American

classics.”

Side Street’s signature

tavern.com.

Eat Drink and Be Merry

DECEMBER ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE:

11.30 • DUELING PIANOS

12.3 • BAR BINGO $500 WEEKLY JACKPOT

12.4 • LIVE BLUES

12.5 • GRACE & JOHN

12.6 • DJ (FLASHBACK FRIDAYS) & JUSTIN GRIFFIN

12.7 • DJ KARAOKE W/ DJ DONNY

12.8 • JIM BULANDA

(TRIBUTE TO FRANK SINATRA)

12.10 • BAR BINGO $500 WEEKLY JACKPOT

12.11 • FIVE O’CLOCK SHADOW

12.13 • SIDE STREET DATING GAME & SINGLES

PARTY DJ DONNY

LUNCH • DINNER • BANQUESTS • CATERING • VIDEO GAMING

dish is cola-braised volcano

pork shank served with

Carolina mopping sauce,

as well as dishes that

range from sirloin steak

and vegetables finished

with chimichurri sauce to

the delicious Pan Seared

barramundi.

Comfort foods like the

oven roasted turkey dinner

and pot roast jive with

the cold weather winter

brings are new to the

menu. For a palate pleasure,

diners must try the

roasted red potato and bacon

salad served delicious

and hot.

Patrons commonly remark

on the Side Street

chips starter, piled with

fresh house-made chips

topped with grated Parmesan

and truffle aioli,

with a side of caramelized

onion dip. The hand-crafted

burger lineup is another

popular category, ranging

from the classic Side

Street burger, to the flavorful

Ultimate Burger —

topped with thinly sliced

beef, caramelized onions,

mushrooms, and Swiss

to the Inside-Out Veggie

Burger served with tomatoes,

organic greens, onion,

and tzatziki.

Flatbreads, fresh salads

and other handhelds

round out the casual offerings,

as well as three varieties

of Weezees, a trademarked

sandwich staple.

The Side Street dining

experience wouldn’t be a

decadent occasion without

dessert. Side Street

doesn’t disappoint in this

arena. In addition to desserts

that can be shared

or reveled solo, the menu

includes OMG It’s Gluten

12.14 • TIMING’S EVERYTHING

12.15 • COCKTAILS + YOGA

12.15 • BERNIE GLIM & THE CRB CHRISTMAS SHOW

12.17 • BAR BINGO $500 WEEKLY JACKPOT

12.18 • LIVE BLUES JAM

12.19 • GRACE & JOHN

12.20 • DJ (FLASHBACK FRIDAYS)

12.21 • MIDNIGHT BAND

12.22 • JIM BULANDA

(SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TRIBUTE)

12.27 • DJ (FLASHBACK FRIDAYS)

12.28 • DUELING PIANOS

18401 N. Creek Dr. •Tinley Park

708.928.8080

www.SideStreetTavern.com

Free brownie and Side

Street’s signature bread

pudding that incorporates

sweet cognac butter.

To complement the

dinner, Side Street offers

a robust drink list. Side

Street features more than

25 handpicked brews —

some rotating and seasonal

— others domestic and

imported. The list also includes

handcrafted cocktails

and rosé, white and

red wines — any of which

can make a perfect pairing

with Side Street’s food selections.

Also, Side Street

has a long list of special

drink offering and libations.

Adding to the dining

experience, Side Street

offers live entertainment,

DJ music, summertime

outdoor music festivals,

happy hour specials, preconcert

parties with ticket

giveaways, post-concert

parties with an occasional

entertainer from the concert

and for those who so

wish, video slot machines.

For the sports minded,

Side Street has 25 large

screen TVs with a variety

of sports channels on at

all times. For those that

want more active participation

there are other

regular events including

Bar Bingo with a weekly

$500 jackpot and bean

bags including bags tournaments

both indoors and

outdoors.

What is a time out

without some awesome

music? Side Street offers

live music as diverse as

it is foot-tappingly good,

including everything from

Sinatra-style, swing, rock,

classic rock, country, pop,

Irish, Motown and more.

For special events, Side

Street offers catering,

banquets, and private dining

to accommodate anniversary,

birthday, holiday,

bridal and baby showers,

and office parties in a very

contemporaneous setting.

Don’t wait. Book the office

or family and friends

holiday party now.

Side Street has a very

simple idea — if a customer

is going out to eat,

they can incorporate some

fun as well.

Submitted by Side Street Tavern,

18401 N. Creek Drive in

Tinley Park. For more information

call (708) 928-8080

or visit sidestreet

12.30 • FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE

(EVE OF THE EVE PARTY)

12.31 • NEW YEARS EVE PARTY!!

(WWW.SIDESTREETTAVERN.COM FOR DETAILS)

1.1.20 • NEW YEARS DAY PAJAMA BRUNCH

(WWW.SIDESTREETTAVERN.COM FOR DETAILS)


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Holiday hosting and toasting at Francesca’s!

Let us entertain your

family and friends in our

home or yours this holiday

season! Our catering and

private dining menus can

be easily customized for

groups large or small. Our

hospitable event planners

and talented chefs will

make your holiday planning

effortless, enjoyable

and filled with cheer.

For information on party

packages visit miafrancesca.com.

Don’t forget to save the

date at Francesca’s for

Christmas Eve and Christmas

Day. Both locations

will be open this year with

festive dining options.

Searching for Senior Care?

Helping you find safer and

quality options for your loved

ones for over 25 years.

It’s holiday gift card bonus

time at Francesca’s

With the holidays just

around the corner, don’t

forget to add Francesca’s

gift cards to any holiday

shopping list. From now

until Dec. 31, every $100

Francesca’s gift card purchased

will earn customers

a $25 holiday bonus gift

card.

There is no purchase

limit with their holiday gift

card program, so stock up

on gifts for family, friends,

teachers and business associates,

and then treat

yourself to dinner during

the early part of 2019 with

a bonus gift card (some restrictions

apply, see store

for details).

Submitted by Francesca’s

Fortunato, 40 Kansas St. in

Frankfort and Francesca’s

Vicinato, 12960 S. LaGrange

Road in Palos Park. For

more information, call (815)

464-1890 or (708) 671-1600,

or visit miafrancesca.com.

They are also owners of Fat

Rosie’s Taco & Tequila Bar,

28 Kansas St. in Frankfort.

For more information, call

(815) 534-1640 or visit www.

fatrosies.com.

Ruthie Barkus, RN, BSN, CDP (708) 377-9969

Senior Care Consultant Mokena.CarePatrol.com

Independent Living | Assisted Living | Memory Care | In Home Care

Each CarePatrol office is independently owned and operated.

A Benefit Concert of

Orthodox Liturgical

Music sung in Russian

(Slavonic), Greek and

English performed by the

Lewis University Choir

Lawrence Sisk

Director

Free-will offering to

benefit The New Lenox

Historical Society for

preservation of the

Church building

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 | 7:30pm

Saint John Orthodox Chapel

112 Church Street, New Lenox, Illinois 60451

The Gift of Dance!

Imagine the smiles and surprise when

your loved one, friend or co-worker gets

the joy of dancing with a Gift of Dance

“Gift Certificate” from you. They can

choose to learn Ballroom, Latin, Swing,

or Social Dancing from our Five Star

Certified Professional Dancers. The Gift

of Dance “Gift Certificate” starts as

low as just $40.00. Call, stop in or go

on line for yours today!

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

708-478-5722

NW Corner of S. LaGrange and LaPorte.

In the Brookhaven Market Center.

Fredastaireillinois.com

STAY UP TO DATE ON EVENTS IN YOUR AREA.

For more info visit 22ndcenturymedia.com/events


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Gym-Kinetics offers programs for children of all ages

Gym-Kinetics Gymnastics

School in Mokena has recently

celebrated its 34th year in business.

The No. 1 gymnastic

school in the south suburbs got

its start in 1985 over in Glenwood

before moving to Mokena

in 1993. Since moving to Mokena,

Gym-Kinetics has grown

by leaps and bounds. Owners

Jim and Wendy Fredrickson

had fewer than 100 students in

that first session back in October

1985. Fast forward to 2019.

The most popular south side

gymnastic school now sees more

than 1,000 children per week.

Teaching classes for children as

young as 1, Gym-Kinetics offers

Baby Gym for 1-year-olds, Mom

& Mini for 2-year-olds, Little

Minis for 3-year-olds and Minis

for 4- to 5-year-olds, as well as

beginner and advanced level

gymnastics for girls and boys

from age 5 through high school.

Another really popular program

NOW REGISTERING!

Now hiring

gymnastic and

ninja instructors

is Ninja Zone, an obstacle course

type of activity for boys and girls

ages 4 and up. This is probably

the fastest growing program currently

at the gym.

Competitively, Gym-Kinetics

NEW SESSION BEGINS JANUARY 20TH

Christmas Camps

and Clinics!

$

10

OFF

New Student

Registration

With This Coupon. Not Valid With

Any Other Offer Or Prior Registration.

Some Restrictions Apply.

Call For Details.

Coupon Expires 1/31/20.

$

25

OFF

Any AM Class

Mon.-Wed.

(New Students Only)

With This Coupon. Not Valid With

Any Other Offer Or Prior Registration.

Some Restrictions Apply. Call For

Details. Coupon Expires 1/31/20.

has been a powerhouse in the

State of Illinois for the last 30

years. With hundreds of State,

regional and national champions,

Gym-Kinetics girls and

boys teams are getting ready to

$

8 OFF

NINJA

ZONE

Come and

join the

awesomeness!

(for boys ages 4-9)

With This Coupon. Not Valid With

Any Other Offer Or Prior Registration.

Some Restrictions Apply. Call For

Details. Coupon Expires 1/31/20.

begin the competitive season this

December.

“Each year we do so well that

it’s hard to match the successes of

the previous season, but each year

we seem to do so,” Gym-Kinetics

Call for

more

info!

19220 Ridge Dr., Mokena, IL

60448 708-479-6969 • www.gymkinetics.comcom

owner Jim Fredrickson said.

Competitions are scheduled

to begin in early December. The

coaching staff at Gym-Kinetics

say that the children seem ahead

of schedule for this time in the

training process, which is a really

good place to be this early in

the competitive season.

Other activities offered at

Gym-Kinetics are open gyms

at 1 p.m. Tuesdays and 9 a.m.

Wednesdays for preschool-age

children and noon-2 p.m. Sundays

for children ages 6 and up.

Birthday parties, held on Saturdays

and Sundays, are also very

popular and can be booked by

calling far in advance.

Submitted by Gym-Kinetics Gymnastics

School, 19220 Ridge Drive

in Mokena. For more information

on all of the Gym-Kinetics programs,

call (708) 479-6969 or visit

gymkinetics.com.


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Chicago Clock Company

celebrates 102 years of

holiday tradition













Family owned since 1917, Chicago

Clock has earned its reputation as Chicagoland’s

holiday choice for quality clock

selection, sales, repair, transport and service.

There are more than 1,000 clocks,

gifts and watches in stock and on display

in each of the business’s four area locations:

Clarendon Hills, Palatine, Orland

Park and Water Tower Place in Chicago.

Gift ideas for someone very special

A wide selection of floor, wall and mantel

clocks in both traditional and contemporary

designs provides the foundation

for Chicago Clock to maintain its position

as the Midwest’s largest clock seller. Specialty

clocks, designed specifically for the

sight or hearing impaired, as well as individuals

suffering from Alzheimer’s, are

an important part of the business. Every

staff member is extensively trained to assist

and guide customers to find exactly

what they are looking for — at the best

possible price.

Last-minute gift ideas

During the holidays, every location offers

a wide array of non-clock gift items

as well. These seasonal selections can be

the perfect solution for anyone on the list.

Repairing an heirloom clock

Chicago Clock boasts the largest and

most comprehensive clock and watch

repair service in the area. The company’s

highly-skilled, professional “clocksmiths”

can do anything from refurbishing

a family heirloom to quickly installing

a battery in a wristwatch. In-home service

is available on most grandfather clock repairs.

Visit Chicago Clock on the web

Chicago Clock also maintains a substantial

national presence through the

company’s web marketing efforts at chicagoclock.com.

On the site, customers

can browse an almost infinite catalog of

clocks, learn about the different types and

styles and quickly link to major manufacturer

sites including Howard Miller,

Rhythm, Citizen, Seiko and more for the

widest selection imaginable.

Submitted by Chicago Clock Company, 14486

South La Grange Road in Orland Park. Additional

locations, hours of service and other

information can be obtained by calling (888)

292-8670 or visiting www.chicagoclock.com.


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Ballet 5:8 students

to perform ‘Beyond

the Nutcracker’

As the holidays approach, the sounds of

Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker ballet score are

drifting through Ballet 5:8’s Orland Park

studios in anticipation of performances

this December — for a fifth year in a row.

Ballet School of the Arts, the dance education

center of professional performing

company Ballet 5:8, originally premiered

its signature rendition of “The Nutcracker”

in 2015. Since its premiere, the ballet

has warmed the hearts of thousands

of audience members each year thanks to

its delightful combination of classic Nutcracker

tradition and the joy of the very

first Christmas.

This year, performances will be at Lincoln-Way

West High School, 21701 Gougar

Road in New Lenox, at 2 p.m. and 7

p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, and 3 p.m. Sunday,

Dec. 22. Tickets are $18 for adults

and $10 for children 12 and under and

can be purchased at school.ballet58.org

or by calling (312) 725-4752; seating is

reserved. Performance information is

available online at school.ballet58.org/

beyond-the-nutcracker.

Ballet 5:8’s signature twist on “The

Nutcracker” is set in the 1940s and follows

a young girl named Emma Cooper

on Christmas Eve as she wonders whether

the story of the first Christmas could be

“real” or have any bearing on her life in

her present day. Her Uncle Abrams, just

back from World War II, and the angel

Anastasis help Emma answer her question

through a magical journey across the

world. According to Ballet 5:8 Artistic

Director Julianna Rubio Slager, “There’s

a magic in Tchaikovsky’s score and a

sweetness to the journey Emma takes us

on that makes this ballet a must-see during

the holidays. The child-like wonder of

the hundreds of students in the cast brings

the true meaning of Christmas to life with

a joy that is contagious.”

This year Maria and Yosef — roles

known as the Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier

in traditional versions of the ballet —

will be danced by special guests Jonathan

Chapman and Ballet 5:8 Lead Artist Brette

Benedict. Chapman, known for his time

performing with Ballet Magnificat!, made

his debut as a Ballet 5:8 Guest Artist this

November in the professional company’s

performance of “The Space in Between”

as part of the Wheaton College Artist

Series, a single performance attended by

1,100 people. Benedict, in her fifth season

with Ballet 5:8, has performed many principal

roles. Reviews of her performances

have noted that “her footwork is as precise

as it is mesmerizing,” and that she

“shifts between the graceful melancholy

of her solitude and the tour de force exuberance

we hoped for her character.”

Other soloist roles will be performed by

members of the Ballet 5:8 Studio Company

and guest artists from the Ballet 5:8

Trainee Program. Supporting roles will be

performed by 30 local dancers from the

Ballet 5:8 School of the Arts Pre-Professional

and Ensemble Program, adult community

cast members, and 137 Children’s

Cast members ranging in age from 5-12.

Together, “Beyond the Nutcracker” cast

members represent more than 35 area

communities.

Submitted by Ballet 5:8, 11545 183rd Place,

Suite 101, in Orland Park. For more information,

call (708) 329-8773 or visit ballet58.org.

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CHRISTMAS

TREES

FRESH

WREATHS

& GREENS

Shop our

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great gift

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Pictures with Santa &

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ABALLET 5:8 TWIST

ON THE CLASSIC HOLIDAY STORY

Saturday, Dec. 7th

Don’t miss this incredible holiday journey for the entire family set to Tchaikovsky’s

renowned Nutcracker score! Beyond the Nutcracker includes acast of over 150

dancers, professional guest artists, stunning choreography 10:00-2:00

by Ballet 5:8 Artistic

Director Julianna Slager, dazzling handmade costumes, and all of the magic of

the traditional Nutcracker ballet -but with*Live an original reindeer story that areinvites 10 -you 2 pm. to

join Emma, her uncle Abrahms, and the angel Anastasis on aonce-in-a-lifetime

Christmas adventure that leads to the story of the very first Christmas.

Please RSVP for

SATURDAY,DECEMBER 21 pictures |2PM &7PM with Santa at

SUNDAY, DECEMBER708-349-6989 22 |3PM ext. 3

Lincoln-Way West High School Fineor Arts visit Center website

21701 Gougar Road |New Lenox, IL

TICKETS &INFO

SCHOOL.BALLET58.ORG |708.329.8773

11606 179th Street, Mokena

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DON’T LET YOUR DRYER

START A

FIRE!

New Lenox-based

business works to make

clothes dryers safer

Hidden buildup in

clothes dryer vent

is fire hazard

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to dry your clothes, then you may have a

fire hazard in your vent.

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Most people know they

need to clean out their

dryer lint tray between

each cycle, but what lurks

behind the wall is just as

important for safety and

avoiding fire traps, as well

as fully efficient dryer performance.

Joe Enzenberger,

owner of Dryer Vent

Wizard, opened his New

Lenox-based business in

2009.

Lint is the villain —

lint that has been allowed

to build up and linger too

long in the dryer exhaust

vent.

It is estimated by the

U.S. Consumer Product

Safety Commission and

the U.S. Fire Administration

that 15,500 fires associated

with clothes dryers

occur annually. These fires

account for an average of

20 deaths, 370 injuries and

more than $88 million in

property damage. “Failure

to clean the dryer vent”

was the leading factor cited

in U.S. Fire Administration

reports.

“It is something very

few people know about or

think about,” said Enzenberger,

whose company

specializes in dryer vent

cleaning, repair, alteration

and installation. “It is

the leading cause of dryer

fires.”

Lint accumulation also

can cause dryers to stop

working or to work inefficiently.

A dryer vent

clogged with lint can add

as much as $18 to $24 per

month to energy costs.

“Improper venting

causes problems, as

well,” Enzenberger said.

“The dryer exhaust duct

and connections should

be made of rigid metal

or semi-rigid metal and

secured with metal heatresistant

tape rather than

duct tape. I often find plastic

or foil accordion-type

material, which can easily

trap lint and is more

susceptible to kinks and

crushing.”

Warning signs include:

• Clothes are taking more

than one cycle to dry, especially

jeans & towels.

• No lint visible on lint

screen.

• Dryer repeatedly stops

during a cycle.

• Clothes have moldy

smell after dry cycle.

• Clothes are very hot after

a dry cycle.

• The top of your dryer hot

to the touch while running.

• There’s excess lint left on

your clothing.

“This has been a consumer

education process,

but it’s hard to get the

word out,” Enzenberger

said. “Most don’t call until

they have a serious problem

with their dryer.”

He suggests people

treat clothes dryers as a

household item in need of

regular maintenance. Consumers

can protect dryer

performance and promote

safety by cleaning the lint

screen between each use,

ensuring the connection

between the dryer and

wall is made of compliant

material and remains

un-kinked, and having the

dryer exhaust duct cleaned

regularly. Dryer manufacturers

recommend inspection

and cleaning at least

annually.

Those who are taking

some time off for the holidays

find it is the perfect

time to have an inspection

and cleaning of clothes

dryers and dryer vent systems.

Another important tip:

Never let your clothes dryer

run while you are out of

the house or asleep.

Submitted by Dryer Vent Wizard.

For more information,

call (815) 215-2090, or visit

dryerventwizard.com.


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Unique approach to care offers daily joy

No one is alone in caring

for a loved one with

Alzheimer’s, dementia

or other types of memory

loss. At Evergreen Senior

Living in Orland Park, we

offer The Legacy: Memory

Support. Our team of

trained caregivers offers

personalized care and a

unique approach to caring

for seniors with memory

loss.

“My mother knew that

there was something going

on with her short term

memory,” one resident’s

daughter said. “It’s hard

to be a 24-hour caregiver.

They (Evergreen Senior

Living team) have learned

to work with my mom and

how to take care of her.

My relationship with her is

fabulous now.”

At Evergreen Senior

Living, Legacy Living

means making sure a loved

one is cared for in the best

way possible based on

their needs. When people

choose Legacy Living, the

promise to care for a loved

one is fulfilled.

Evergreen Senior Living

Wellness Coordinator Pauline

McGrath echoes these

sentiments.

“We have a great team

of caregivers, of nurses,

of staff that really love our

residents,” she said.

At Evergreen Senior

Living The Legacy: Memory

Support, we let each

day gently unfold, taking

into account each seniors’

preferences and comfort

levels. Our person-centered

programming promotes

socialization during

a time that can feel incredibly

isolating. The Legacy:

Memory Support staff,

who come in each day refreshed

and revitalized,

take care of the day-today

tasks so people can go

back to their favorite role

in their loved one’s life:

family.

This unique approach

works in tandem with our

unique campus, which has

been created to strategically

cater to our residents

with memory loss. Every

detail at The Legacy:

Memory Care has been

designed with people’s

loved ones in mind. Walking

paths are designed in a

continuous figure eight, so

residents can always find

their way to their destination.

Customized memory

boxes hang outside of

apartments to help residents

know they are home.

Bathrooms are set at an

angle in the apartments so

that residents have a clear

idea of how to enter and

exit. Kitchen and dining

areas are built for smaller

groups to ensure less noise

and interruptions and more

individualized attention.

Evergreen Senior Living

is a part of the Heritage

Health family, one

of Illinois’ leading senior

healthcare providers. With

55 years of successful care

for seniors and 54 nursing

homes and assisted living

centers across the state,

our memory care expertise

is extensive.

Throughout the years,

we’ve taken the time to refine

our approaches so our

seniors with memory care

needs can be their best

selves, and our families

can have peace of mind.

We call our unique approach

Life Unrehearsed.

Evergreen Senior Living

in Orland Park is a

community where independence

thrives and compassionate

care is always

present.

Submitted by Evergreen Senior

Living, 10820 183rd St.

in Orland Park. Learn more

and schedule a tour online at

www.EvergreenSLC.com/Or

landPark. Contact Evergreen

Senior Living by calling

(708) 479- 1082.

Joyful

Experience

Living

Come out of the cold and into the

warm and welcoming

campus of Evergreen Senior Living.

Schedule a tour today by phone or online.

www.EvergreenSLC.com/OrlandPark

(708) 479-1082 • 10820 183rd Street • Orland Park, IL


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Chesdan’s maintains status as crowd-pleaser

Historic pizzeria

tantalizes taste

buds with assorted

dishes

At Chesdan’s, the goal is

to be innovative in adding

things to the menu, but not

to the point where people

feel uncomfortable trying

new dishes.

That is the mindset of

Dan Garr, who owns the

pizzeria and grille in Homer

Glen with his brother, Jim.

The dining establishment

was started in Brighton

Park by brothers Chester

and Dan Sr., who combined

their names in 1946, and the

business quickly became

popular for its pizza and

other cuisine.

Garr and his brother took

over running the restaurant

in 1975 and moved it out to

Homer Glen in 2002, when

they got the first liquor license

in a Village that was

incorporated just the year

before.

Though the brand has

been a success ever since,

Garr does not rest on his

laurels.

“There are some core

things we always have

here,” Garr said, noting the

pizzas with fresh ingredients

and many of the pasta

dishes. “But people’s tastes

have changed over the years

in what they are looking

for.”

For those looking to

stick with tradition, getting

a small, 10-inch Original

King Special pizza — with

thin crust and cheese with

sausage, mushroom, onion

and green pepper — is a viable

option.

“That pizza has been

one of our specialties since

1946,” Garr said. “We still

make our own sausage.

It’s fresh, never frozen. We

grind our own cheese, and

I’m very particular about

the freshness of cheese.”

The owner points out

there is a delicate balance to

be found in the dairy.

“We get the cheese direct

from Wisconsin, and if it is

too fresh, it is very dry, and

if too old, it is very oily,” he

said. “If it’s not right, I reject

the whole lot.”

Where the restaurant has

branched out in more recent

years is in adding things like

new pasta dishes and sandwiches,

like the chicken

margarita sandwich — a

grilled chicken breast on

a French bread bun that

is toasted and served with

mozzarella and Parmesan

cheeses. Menu items like

these make for a good lunch

or quick bite, according to

the owner.

If in the mood for the

pasta, the Arabiatta di Manzo

— which also comes in

a meta (or half-portion) —

gives the palate plenty of

flavor with its tender beef

red pepper flakes, garlic, red

onion, mushrooms, black

olives and fresh basil tossed

over penne noodles and finished

with sliced Parmesan

cheese.

“I think people like the

family-owned solid restaurant

that has friendly service,”

Garr said in summing

up the success the business

has achieved over the decades.

Chesdan’s also attracts

customers by coming up

with more recent daily specials.

Between wine nights,

summer entertainment on

the Chesdan’s patio and

other promotions, there is

plenty to experience with

each new visit to the restaurant.

There also are treats

all ages can enjoy, like a

hand-scooped, made-withwhole-milk,

creamy Oreo

milkshake in a 22-ounce

glass mug.

Altogether, Chesdan’s is

proud of its past while still

working hard and tweaking

things here and there for an

even better future.

“It is quite fulfilling,”

Garr said of working at the

restaurant with many family

members and providing

a combination of excellence

in ambiance and cuisine. “I

love it.”

Submitted by Chesdan’s Pizzeria

& Grille, 15764 S. Bell

Road, Homer Glen. For more

information, visit chesdan

spizza.com or call (708)

301-8300.

Other dishes

not to miss ...

• Buffalo shrimp

10-piece — Owner

Dan Garr’s favorite

Chesdan’s appetizer

on which to snack,

this dish consists of

breaded and butterflied

shrimp that are

peeled and de-veined

in-house, covered in a

Cuervo buffalo sauce.

• Cinnamon pillows —

A dessert the whole

family can share,

these “pillows” are

fried dough covered in

cinnamon sugar and

dipped in caramel and

chocolate sauces that

are served on the side.

Chesdan’s also caters

holiday parties.

Relax This Holiday

Season With

Chesdan’s

Catering

10 % off

Not valid with other offers or discounts. May be used for

multiple pizza discounts. Valid on dine-in or carry-out

orders. Max discount $10. Coupon expires 1/15/20

with

Catering

Orders

Over $ 100

See our website for entire catering menu and valuable coupons!

Gift

Certificates

available

for the

Holidays!

15764 S Bell Road Homer Glen, IL 60491 708.301.8300 www.chesdanspizza.com


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FRESH

WREATHS

& GREENS

Melka 25 years strong and

gearing up for the holidays

For over 25 years, Melka Landscaping

& Garden Center has been the one-stop

shop for all your gardening and decorating

needs, and this holiday season is no

different.

Let Melka help you make your home

the envy of the neighborhood. Stop in for

a excellent selection of fresh-cut Christmas

trees, fresh hand-decorated wreaths,

roping, greens, poinsettias, gift shop

items, holiday custom planters and seasoned

firewood.

Need that perfect gift for friends and

family? Melka Garden Center is filled

with a large selection of holiday ornaments,

gift shop items, Christmas decor,

Weber grills/accessories and gift certificates

for the gardening enthusiasts.

Mark the calendars; Melka is inviting

the public to celebrate the Christmas season

at its 25th anniversary of its pictures

with Santa and live reindeer event. This

year’s event is to be held from 10 a.m.-2

p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. The event includes

pictures with Santa, live reindeer, live

holiday music, cookies and refreshments.

Please register children to ensure Santa

will have a gift for everyone. Do not forget

to bring your camera for pictures. This

is an event you do not want to miss!

Visit Melka Garden Center for all your

holiday decorating.

Submitted by Melka Landscaping & Garden

Center, 11606 179th St. in Mokena (four

blocks west of Wolf Road). For more information,

call (708) 349-6989 ext. 3, or visit www.

jimmelkalandscaping.com for current store

hours, coupons and more.

FRESH CUT

CHRISTMAS

TREES

25TH

ANNIVERSARY!

Shop our

WEBER

showroom for

great gift

ideas!

Pictures with Santa &

his live reindeer!

Saturday, Dec. 7th

10:00-2:00

*Live reindeer are 10 - 2 pm.

Please RSVP for

pictures with Santa at

708-349-6989 ext. 3

or visit website

11606 179th Street, Mokena

(708) 349-6989 ext. 3 • jimmelkalandscaping.com

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Papa Joe’s the place

for pizza and more

Expires 12/31/19 Expires 12/31/19 Expires 12/31/19

Papa Joe’s serving delicious

appetizers, salads,

sandwiches, pastas, veal,

chicken, seafood, broiled

specialties and, of course,

pizza. Top off your lunch

or dinner with a delectable

dessert.

Papa Joe’s provides catering

services. We also

offer private or semi-private

banquets at our Orland

Park location for up

to 125 guests.

Papa Joe’s Orland Park

Italian Restaurant offers

a banquet menu consisting

of delicious authentic

Italian dishes and offers a

family style package for

your convenience. With

our elegant private and

semi-private rooms accommodating

up to 125

you can be sure that,

whatever the occasion,

your every need will be

catered to.

Our banquet menu

contains our basic family

style menu choices. If

there is anything that you

do not see on the menu

that you would like,

please do not hesitate to

mention it to one of our

banquet managers.

Here we strive to

please our customers and

to make your visit an experience

to remember.

Submitted by Papa Joe’s,

14459 S. LaGrange Road

in Orland Park, 60462; and

1001 S. State St., Lockport,

60441. For more information,

visit papajoesrestau

rant.com.

Papa Joe’s Orland Park

14459 South La-

Grange Road, Orland

Park, 60462

Hours

• Monday–Thursday: 11

a.m.-10:30pm / Carry

out 10 a.m.–10:30

p.m.

• Friday–Saturday:

11 a.m.–11:30 p.m.

/ Carry out 10 a.m.–

11:30 p.m.

• Sunday: Noon–9:30

p.m. / Carry out 10

a.m.–9:30 p.m.

For more

information...

Phone: (708) 403-

9099

Email: orlandpark@

papajoesrestaurant.

com

Papa Joe’s Lockport

1001 S. State St.,

Lockport, 60441

Hours*

Monday–Thursday: 10

a.m.–9:30 p.m.

Friday–Saturday: 10

a.m.–10:30 p.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

*Delivery and carry out

For more

information...

Phone: (815) 838-

9099

Email: lockport@papa

joesrestaurant.com


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AND HOTEL

Georgios has a Fresh Modern New Look with

$1 Million Renovation completed in 2019!

Wedding packages include: 4-hour open bar,

champagne toast, wedding cake of your choice,

honeymoon whirlpool suite, discounted hotel room

block, 5-course meal, floorlength table cloths and

fresh orchid centerpieces.

Wedding coordinators in the office 7 days a week!

Winter WeddingPromotion

DECEMBER - MARCH

$15-18 Off Per Person

AppliestoSaturdayevening prices &openbar package only.Blackoutdates apply.

8800 W.159th St. •Orland Park, IL

NEW OUTSIDE CEREMONY SPACE!

Georgios has been AGAIN voted the best of

The Chicago Southland Banquet Hall 2019

and for the previous 15 years!

5 Years the KNOT Best of Wedding Winner!

of ORLAND PARK


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‘Tis the Season to

Be Merry!

For over 60 years,

we have promised

to deliver

everyday low

prices and

outstanding

customer

service.

Come see our

wonderful

selection of beer, wine & spirits!

Let’s toast to a safe & festive holiday

season!

Kenwood Liquors

12037 W. 159th St.,

Homer Glen, IL 60491

708.590.8210

info@kenwoodliquors.biz | www.kenwoodliquors.biz

CBD products sold in safe,

clean, friendly environment

at Hempology CBD Store

The future of CBD

products is here, and it is

available at Hempology

CBD store which serves a

wide range of quality CBD

products to its customers

at our store or online.

After opening late 2018

in Homer Glen, Hempology,

14831 Founders Crossing,

began offering its

CBD and hemp products

from Colorado, California

and Oregon.

The store was founded in

late 2018 after the United

States farm bill was passed

through Congress; this law

removed some cannabis

products (hemp) from the

Controlled Substances Act

for the first time.

Here at Hempology, we

are driven to find and research

the most effective

CBD products on the market

to serve our customers!

Hempology requires

testing on all of its products

with a third-party lab

test, ensuring they conform

with the new federal

law. The testing also

guarantees the accuracy

of CBD content within

each product, as well as

the amount of THC, heavy

metals and pesticides.

The education of CBD

is very important, is which

why Hempology works

with a registered pharmacist

who has researched

ailments and disabilities

and how CBD can help

overcome some of these

conditions.

Hempology takes a lot

of pride in making sure

that it can sit down withits

customers and explain

to them the proper way to

take CBD.

It is important to educate

customers on how to track

the volume and the way

they are taking CBD, as

well as when to make adjustments,

and supply literature

with supplemental

information to interested

customers.

Hempology — with the

interiors of the store seeming

more like a wellness

center — makes a point

to ensure that a visit to the

store is a personable and

enjoyable experience.

Hempology is constantly

looking for the most

effective products to offer

its customers, including a

new CBD broad-spectrum

THC-free inhaler.

The inhalers come in

two varieties — relief and

calm — each containing

1,200 milligrams of CBD.

Each formula is crafted

with high-quality hemp

oil. The inhalers deliver

immediate absorption, and

the effects of the inhalers

are felt within minutes.

Hempology is trying to

stay on the cutting edge

of producing top-quality

products for its customers.

Submitted by Hempology,

14831 Founders Crossing

in Homer Glen. The store is

open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-

Friday, and 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday. For

more information, visit www.

hempologycbdstore.com,

call (708) 966-0440 or email

info@hempology

cbdstore.com.

Written by 22CM Boost, the

content-writing division of

22nd Century Media, publisher

of this special section

and newspaper.

STAY UP TO DATE ON EVENTS IN YOUR AREA.

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Mickey’s Ribs & Gyros gives customers’ taste buds a treat

Those who have not been

to Mickey’s Ribs & Gyros on

Oak Park Avenue in Tinley Park

should give their taste buds a

treat.

Mickey’s provides a superior

dining experience, with delicious

food that is made to order,

and delightful service. This year

Mickey’s installed new gaming

machines, which has been a hit

with customers, but even with

this new addition, it still remains

the same neighborhood staple.

Mickey’s is best known for its

award-winning gyros, with fresh

sauce that is made daily from

scratch and tender ribs. But if

that is not what a customer has

a taste for, that is not a problem.

Patrons can always find delicious

options on Mickey’s menu,

whether it is burgers, hotdogs,

grilled chicken on a pita, beef

sandwiches, or salads and a variety

of sides.

Not only do customers find

many tasty meal options on the

menu, they should not forget to

leave room for dessert. Mickey’s

offers creamy milkshakes, ice

cream and a selection of cakes to

satisfy their taste buds. Customers

never leave hungry.

With 34 years in business,

Mickey’s prides itself in providing

great service and quality

food. Mickey’s is devoted to its

customers and the community,

with many regular customers

who the restaurant’s staff have

gotten to know through the

years. Catering orders are available

for any occasion.

Submitted by Mickey’s Ribs & Gyros,

17432 Oak Park Ave. in Tinley

Park. Contact Mickey’s at (708)

532-3060.

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From Page 51

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treatment options for effective

regeneration and

repair. Our umbilical cord

blood-derived stem cell

therapy treatments are the

minimally invasive, nonsurgical

procedures one

needs for the results they

deserve.

Umbilical cord-derived

stem cells mirror one’s

body’s natural healing

ability to repair damaged

tissue, cartilage, tendon,

muscle and bone. Umbilical

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the highest potency.

At Pain Management

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• Pelvic pain and instability

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pain reduction and damage

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At Pain Management

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For more information, visit

chicagostemcelltherapy.com

or call Jenny at (815) 412-

6174 for one’s free consultation.

708.532.3060

Mon-Sat 10:30am-9pm • Sun 11am-9pm

Senior Citizen Discount 15% OFF

Wednesday All Day • Not Valid With Any Other Offer

Gi Certificates Available

T’S GAMING, LLC.

Illinois Gaming Specialist

708-389-3220

Family

Special

$

5 OFF

Any purchase of

$25 or more

Not valid with any other

offer coupon or combo

special.

Expires 3/31/20

Play Here! Win Here!

Complimentary

Coffee & Soft

Drinks for our

gaming players!

LET US CATER YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY

CATERING PK 1

FEEDS 10-15

4lbs Gyros 1/2 pan salad

15 pitas 26oz. Gyro Sauce

Tomatoes & Onions

$69.99

No limit. Expires 3/31/20

CATERING PK 5

FEEDS 10

4 Full Slabs of Ribs 1/2 Pan

Greek Salad 10 Garlic Bread

Slices 10 Baked Potatoes

15 pitas

$

99.99

CATERING PK PK2

2

FEEDS

FEEDS 20-25

20-25

3 Lbs. Italian Beef • 6 Lbs.

Gyros 3Lbs. • 12Italian SandwichBeef

Rolls •

Full Pan Salad • 20 Pitas • 36

oz. Gyro6Lbs. Sauce Gyros • Tomatoes &

Onions

12 Sandwich

• Sweet & Hot

Rolls

Peppers

$

119.99

Full Pan Salad

Expires 20 Pitas 3/31/20

36CATERING oz. Gyro PK Sauce 3

FEEDS Tomatoes & 15-20 Onions

Sweet 2 Lbs. Italian & Hot Beef Peppers • 4 Lbs.

Gyros • 8 Sandwich Rolls •

Half Pan Salad • 15 Pitas • 26

oz. Gyro Sauce • Tomatoes &

Onions • Sweet & Hot Peppers

$

119.99

No limit.

Expires

Expires

3/31/20

3/31/20 No limit. Expires 3/31/20

Expires 3/31/20

Limited Time Only

Saturday and Sunday

Super Special

GYROS

PLATTER

FEEDS 2

$

6.99

Reg. $9.49

Includes Fries

& Sauce

MICKEY’S

No limit. Must Present Coupon.

Not Valid With Any Other Specials.

Coupon Expires 3/31/20

Limited Time Only

Saturday and Sunday

Super Special

FULL SLAB

BBQ Baby Back

Rib Dinner

FEEDS 2

$

14.99

Includes Fries/Baked

Potato, Coleslaw

& Garlic Bread

MICKEY’S

No limit. Must Present Coupon.

Not Valid With Any Other Specials.

Coupon Expires 3/31/20

$

5.00 FREE PLAY

With any $15 Food Purchase Before Tax

Some Restrictions tions Apply.

ply. ID required. One per Customer.

Must be 21 to redeem. Please gamble responsibly.

Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER.

Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

Coupon Expires 3/31/20

Family Owned & Operated


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Contests

Holiday Card Contest returns for 2019

Ozinga’s Merry Mixer

making the rounds this

holiday season

This holiday season, Ozinga is

putting the Merry Mixer back on the

streets.

Come join Ozinga at the Merry

Mixer Merrymaking Event from

4:30-6 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Mokena

office, 19001 Old LaGrange Rd.

This free event includes hot chocolate,

cookies, pictures with Santa

and an impressive light show.

Ozinga also will be collecting

non-perishable food items to benefit

the Frankfort Township Food

Pantry. Please join Ozinga if you

are able in making a positive impact

in the community by donating nonperishable

food items.

The Merry Mixer is one of the

signature red and white mixers,

decked out with more than 32,000

programmed LED lights. This dazzling

display can be spotted at multiple

events throughout the greater

Chicagoland area and will feature

animated light sequences and toetapping

renditions of some of your

favorite Christmas tunes.

The Merry Mixer will make its

way to other local events, including:

• Little Friends Parade of Lights –

Friday, Nov. 29 – Naperville

• Festival of Lights – Saturday, Nov.

30 – Fox Lake

• Tree Lighting – Sunday, Dec. 1 –

Montgomery

• Merry Mixer Merrymaking Event

– Tuesday, Dec. 3 – Ozinga Office

Mokena

• Illuminated Christmas Parade –

Friday, Dec. 6 – Whiting, Indiana

• Parade of Lights – Saturday, Dec.

7 – Manhattan

• Parade of Lights – Sunday, Dec. 8

– Tinley Park

• Lighted Parade – Saturday, Dec. 14

– Peotone

• Brookfield Zoo Holiday Magic –

Saturday, Dec. 21 – Brookfield

• Christmas in the Commons – Sunday,

Dec. 22 – New Lenox

Events are updated regularly, so

visit ozinga.com/merrymixer for the

most recent event list.

It is important to Ozinga to make

a positive impact on individuals,

their families and the community

for generations. Over the years, Ozinga

has participated in numerous

Touch-a-Truck events and local parades;

hosted Father’s Day events;

supported local nonprofits, schools

and organizations; and donated materials

to special projects for worthy

causes.

Submitted by Ozinga. To learn more,

visit ozinga.com.

Bill Jones, Managing Editor

We know there’s a lot going

on right about now. You’re

either still prepping for your

Thanksgiving dinner as you

read this, recovering from it or

short on sleep from rushing out

in the dark morning hours of

Black Friday to get those great

deals.

And we hate to complicate

matters further, but we thought

you might want to know our

Holiday Card Contest is officially

returning for 2019. And

while you have some time yet

to enter, do you really want to

be worried about this when

you’re scrambling for lastminute

gifts and whipping up

easy-to-bake pastry recipes the

night before your big party?

We didn’t think so.

So, send us your handcrafted

Christmas cards, those

boastful year-end letters (we

also enjoy any writing that

can tickle our funny bones),

children’s drawings for Santa

Claus everyone just has to see,

photos of the whole family getting

silly for the holidays, your

best Kwanzaa greetings or Hanukkah

salutations — whatever

it is you send to your loved

ones to help keep United States

Postal workers busy this time

of year.

We want to see your fantastic

fold-out cards. We want to

hear who graduated with honors

this winter semester, who

is announcing grandchildren as

this year’s big gift (and who is

offering baby-sitting coupons

in return) as well as who is

sending their children on a lifealtering,

two-week cruise (for

everyone’s benefit). We want

holiday photos, be they wild or

upholding long-standing family

traditions.

Whatever it is you do to

greet people for the holidays

(just the family-friendly stuff,

please), simply address these

things to Managing Editor

Holiday Card Contest 2019 Prizes

A look at what you can win in this year’s Holiday Card

Contest

Best in Show

• Four $25 gift cards to

Bonefish Grill, 15537

S. LaGrange Road in

Orland Park

• Four one-hour passes

for racquetball/wallyball

at Silver Lake Country

Club, 14700 S. 82nd

Ave. in Orland Park

• A $25 gift certificate for

Tazza Italian Ristorante,

14065 S. Bell Road in

Homer Glen

• $25 gift card for One

Paper Place, 590

Bankview Drive, Suite B,

in Frankfort

• A certificate good for $5

off a purchase of $10

or more at Pop’s Italian

Beef & Sausage, 16600

W. 159th St. in Lockport

Funniest

• A $100 gift card to Urban

Air Adventure Park, 19800

S. LaGrange Road in Mokena

• Four $10 gift certificates

for The Barrel Club, 4910

W. 111th St. in Oak Lawn

• Two hours of free bowling

for up to six people, including

shoe rentals, along with

a pizza and pitcher full of

pop, at Laraway Lanes,

1009 West Laraway Road

in New Lenox

• Certificates for four free

value baskets at Culver’s,

18248 Sayre Ave. in Tinley

Park

• A certificate good for $5

off a purchase of $10 or

more at Pop’s Italian Beef

& Sausage, 16600 W.

159th St. in Lockport

Bill Jones, and mail them to

11516 W. 183rd St. Unit SW

Office Condo 3, Orland Park,

IL, 60467. Make sure the items

somewhere include a name and

a phone number at which we

can reach you, should you happen

to win the contest, as well

as your hometown.

We will accept submissions

through 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.

24, because we, too, wait to

do things until the last minute

sometimes. The entries must be

received (not postmarked) by

that day, so make sure to give

yourself enough time for holiday

mail service.

The entries will be evaluated

by our editorial staff and

judged in two categories: Best

in Show and Funniest, so tell

us in which category you’d like

to be considered. We will pick

one winner in each of the categories

from across all seven

of the towns covered by 22nd

Century Media’s Southwest

office: Orland Park, Tinley

Park, Frankfort, Mokena, New

Lenox, Lockport and Homer

Glen.

In addition to awarding prizes

(detailed in the accompanying

sidebar), we plan to publish

images or transcripts of our

winners in print, along with a

few of our other favorites.

We do have three rules.

• We are allowing only one

entry per household for this

contest.

• The entry must be from this

holiday season.

• Because we’re living in a

digital world, electronic entries

are accepted. They can

be sent to bill@opprairie.

com.


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Riverside Immediate Care

puts quality care within reach

When a loved one doesn’t feel well or

needs medical care that just can’t wait,

Riverside Healthcare is here. Riverside’s

Immediate Care locations provide treatment

for minor, non-life-threatening illnesses

and injuries when and where they

are most needed. From weeknights to

weekends, these locations offer immediate,

convenient and accessible care.

It’s no secret that an emergency room

isn’t always the right choice for medical

care, and infections and illnesses don’t

wait for regular weekday hours. That’s

why Riverside’s providers are available

when they are needed, helping patients

fight off that Sunday sinus infection or

treat their child’s after-school injury. The

eight Immediate Care locations are designed

to provide affordable, convenient

alternatives to the ER or a primary provider.

Rest assured, patients will get in,

get out and get better faster at Riverside.

Whether it’s a cold or flu or a scrape or

sprain, Riverside’s urgent care locations

treat people ages 18 months and older.

Because earaches and fevers don’t care

that it’s the weekend, experienced nurse

practitioners are available seven days

a week with extended hours to fit busy

schedules. All locations accept walk-ins,

and appointments can be scheduled ahead

in Riverside MyChart.

Riverside offers Immediate Care locations

in Bradley, Coal City, Frankfort,

Gilman, Manhattan, Monee and Watseka,

as well as a FastCare location in the

Bourbonnais Walmart. Find the nearest

location through the Riverside Immediate

Care App. The app includes wait times,

hours, driving distance and directions, list

of services and more. It is available free

for Apple and Android devices.

Conditions treated include colds and

flu, earaches, rashes, sore throats, school

and sport physicals, sprains and more.

Radiology services are also available in

Frankfort, Coal City, Monee and Watseka.

Patients’ time is valuable, especially

when they don’t feel well. That’s why

Riverside makes it easy to feel better faster

— without leaving the comfort of one’s

home or office. Convenient, safe and secure

video visits can be scheduled with

a Riverside provider for minor illnesses,

such as colds, sinus infections, pink eye

and rashes. Get well quickly from home,

work or anywhere by scheduling a video

visit via MyChart, right from a tablet or

smartphone.

To begin a video visit, log in to Riverside

MyChart and select “Schedule a

Video Visit.” Patients without a MyChart

account can request one at riverside

mychart.org.

Riverside’s newest immediate care location

is now open in Frankfort. Riverside

Immediate Care in Frankfort, located

at 23120 S. LaGrange Road in Frankfort,

will be open from noon to 8:30 p.m. Monday

through Friday and from 8 a.m. to

4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Holiday

hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the location

will be closed Christmas Day and

Easter.

Submitted by Riverside Healthcare Frankfort

Campus, 23120 S. LaGrange Road in

Frankfort. For more information, call (815)

464-5440 or visit riversidehealthcare.org.

When Well Can't Wait...

Riverside Immediate Care Puts Well Within Reach

IMMEDIATE CARE is here for injuries,

for illnesses, for everyone.

We provide the highest quality care and convenience

when and where you need us most.

Bug bites

Colds and flu

Ear infections

Minor burns

Pink eye

Radiology Services*

Open 7 days a week with extended hours.

Bradley | (815) 933-2589

Located inside Meijer

*Coal City | (815) 634-0100

*Frankfort | (815) 464-5440

Gilman | (815) 265-4255

Manhattan | (815) 478-4975

*Monee | (708) 534-7523

*Watseka | (815) 432-7693

FastCare® | (815) 936-6012

Located inside BourbonnaisWalmart

Manteno | Opening February 2020

IMMEDIATE CARE

Rashes and poison ivy

School/Sport physicals

Sprains

Urinary tract infections

And more...

Download the Immediate Care app

for current wait times, locations,

additionalal services and more!

Seeing patients 18 months and older | riversidehealthcare.org


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Holiday Happenings

at the Beverly Arts Center

Coldwater Creek

to return to Orland

Park Crossing in

WED | DEC 4•7:30PM

Die Hard

Special Holiday Movie Screening

SUN N|DEC 8•3PM

Holidisco

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus

THURS | DEC 12 • 7PM

FRI | DEC 13 • 7PM

SAT | DEC 14 • 7PM

SUN | DEC 15 • 3PM

Elf, The Musical Jr.

BAC Student Production

WED | DEC 18 •7:30PM

Happy Christmas

Special Holiday Movie Screening

SAT |DEC 28 •8PM

The Second City

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Sweater

TUES | DEC 31 •7PM

Laugh inthe New Year

NYE w/Pat Tomasulo and Friends

spring 2020

On March 6, 2020, ladies

of Orland Park and

surrounding communities

will celebrate as beloved

fashion retailer Coldwater

Creek reopens for business

at Orland Park Crossing.

The Orland Park grand

opening will be held on

Friday, March 6 through

Sunday March 20, 2020,

and will feature gifts with

purchase, bubbly and

bites, and an opportunity

to win gift cards.

Coldwater Creek, which

closed most of its retail

stores for a corporate restructure,

promises to offer

unique styles and artful details

to surprise and delight

the customer.

The fashion brand believes

in reinventions and

invites the women of Orland

Park to celebrate the

next chapter with them.

Coldwater Creek is inspired

by nature and the

mission that every woman,

at any stage in life, can

look and feel her best.

The Orland Park location

will feature fashion, accessories

and home accent

items.

The store will also offer

an event nook for gatherings

that will feel like coffee

talk with girlfriends

around the kitchen island.

Coldwater Creek’s stylists

pledge to give the shopper

total confidence to find her

style with a timeless, trusted

and spirited look.

“The re-opening of

Coldwater Creek in Spring

2020 marks a new beginning

for the iconic retailer

and for Orland Park Crossing,”

Ramzi Hassan, President

of Edwards Realty

Company, said. “We have

national, regional and local

retailers looking to join

the dynamic tenant mix at

the center and great plans

for the community that we

call home. We are excited

for the changes that the

upcoming year will bring

to Orland Park Crossing

and we welcome Coldwater

Creek back to join Soft

Surroundings and Chico’s

as the area’s premier shopping

district.”

For more information on

the opening of Coldwater

Creek or on the Orland

Park Crossing Mall including

events and leasing

opportunities, visit shop

orlandparkcrossing.com/

or call (708) 923-6312.

Orland Park Crossing is

located at 14225 S. 95th

Ave. Orland Park, 60462.

Edwards Realty Company

is a real estate investment

and development

business specializing in

suburban shopping centers

in Illinois, Missouri

and Michigan. The family-owned

company welcomed

latest acquisition,

The Burr Ridge Village

Center, in February 2019,

as the portfolio flagship

property.

Submitted by Edwards Realty

Company, 14400 S. John

Humphrey Drive Suite 200,

in Orland Park, For more

information about Edwards

Realty Company and The

Orland Park Crossing visit

edwardsrealtyco.com.

For tickets and information call 773.445.3838

or visit us at beverlyartcenter.org

STAY UP TO DATE ON EVENTS IN YOUR AREA.

For more info visit 22ndcenturymedia.com/events


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Runa Izakaya specializes in Asian cuisine

Runa Izakaya specializes in ramen and

a menu of Asian favorites with a twist that

you can enjoy by dining in, ordering takeout

— they deliver in Tinley Park — or

by having them cater for your next party.

Catering specials are available.

Our Chinese restaurant is known for its

modern interpretation of classic dishes

and its insistence on only using high quality

fresh ingredients.

Runa Izakaya is a cornerstone in the

Tinley Park community and has been recognized

for its outstanding Chinese cuisine,

excellent service and friendly staff.

Stop in for 50 percent off daily specials.

Submitted by Runa Izakaya, 7138 W. 183rd

St. in Tinley Park. For more information, visit

runaizakaya.com or call (708) 342-1652.

Store Hours

• Monday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

• Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

• Sunday: Noon-9 p.m.

Estimated delivery time is 30-45

minutes.

Delivery fees

• $2.50 in 2 miles range

• $3 in 3 miles range

• $4 in 4 miles range

• $5 in 5 miles range

• $6 in 6 miles range

• $10 in 7.5 miles range

• We do not deliver beyond 7.5 miles.

SUNDAY

Sushi Roll

WEDNESDAY

Sushi

50% OFF DAILY SPECIALS

MONDAY

Lo Mein

Sake

TUESDAY

Kung Pao Chicken, Chicken Chop Suey

Served with fried rice & egg roll

THURSDAY FRIDAY MONDAY & WEDNESDAY

Buy a $50 Gift Certificate

Receive $10 OFF next purchase.

Offer Expires 12/31/19

SATURDAY

Martini

All Ramen Noodles

25% OFF

DINE IN • CARRY-OUT • DELIVERY • FULL BAR • CATERING

7138 W. 183rd St. Tinley Park, IL 60477 • Mon.-Thurs. 11am-9pm • Fri. & Sat. 11am-10pm • Sun. 12pm-9pm

708.342.1652 • www.runaizakaya.com

FREE

California Roll or 2 Egg Rolls

with purchase of $20 or more

Runa Izakaya Sushi • 708.342.1652

With this coupon. Tax not included. Can not be combined with

any other offers, coupons, or online deals.

FREE

4pc. Crab Rangoon

with purchase of $15 or more

Runa Izakaya Sushi • 708.342.1652

With this coupon. Tax not included. Can not be combined with

any other offers, coupons, or online deals.

FREE

Large Orange Chicken

with purchase of $35 or more

Runa Izakaya Sushi • 708.342.1652

With this coupon. Tax not included. Can not be combined with

any other offers, coupons, or online deals.

DINE IN ONLY

$10 off

Any Purchase of $50 or more

Runa Izakaya Sushi • 708.342.1652

With this coupon. Tax not included. Can not be combined with

any other offers, coupons, or online deals.


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Upcoming Merry Mixer Appearances

Nov. 29: Parade of Lights – Naperville, IL

Nov. 30: Festival of Lights – Fox Lake, IL

Dec. 1: Tree Lighting – Montgomery, IL

Dec. 2: Merry Mixer Merrymaking Event – Mokena, IL

Dec. 5: Comer Children’s Hospital – Chicago, IL

Dec. 6: Illuminated Christmas Parade – Whiting, IN

Bring the family to Ozinga’s Merry Mixer Merrymaking Event

and enjoy the truck lighting, pictures with Santa and hot

chocolate! Join our Community Food Drive benefiting the

Frankfort Township Food Pantry by bringing a nonperishable

food item with you.

WHEN:

Tuesday, December 3 | 4:30 - 6:00 PM

WHERE:

19001 Old LaGrange Road, Mokena

Dec. 7: Tree Lighting – Hyde Park, Chicago, IL

Dec. 7: Parade of Lights – Manhattan, IL

Dec. 8: Parade of Lights – Tinley Park, IL

Dec. 9: Victorian Village – Homer Glen, IL

Dec. 11: Saratoga Grove – Downers Grove, IL

Dec. 13: Bethshan Nursing Home – Palos Heights, IL

Dec. 14: Lighted Parade – Peotone, IL

Dec. 17: Hickory Creek Church – Frankfort, IL

Dec. 21: Brookfield Zoo Holiday Magic – Brookfield, IL

Dec. 22: Christmas in the Commons – New Lenox, IL

Dec. 23: Parkview Christian Church – New Lenox, IL

Visit ozinga.com/merrymixer for a

regularly updated list of events.


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NEVER TOO FANCY, ALWAYS JUST RIGHT

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Enjoy a small taste, “glass half-full” or a full glass.

Over 30 wines from around the world to try.

Bring in this ad

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•1pint salsa &chips

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Celebrating

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AT ALL LOCATIONS

BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL

November 29th only

$2.00 Margaritas 16oz.

(traditional or strawberry)


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