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Come enjoy free food, screenings, activities, raffles. Check out our fun programs and services and visit over 20 of our supporters and learn what medical, financial, and legal assistance they offer. We are offering free senior entitlement screenings and medicare information. Stay for lunch at "Our Place Cafe", a $3 donation (for those 60 and over) Our supporters participating at our Fall Fest include AgeOptions, Alexian Brothers, American Chartered Bank, BMO Harris Bank, Brandt Financial Concepts, Inc., Comfort Keepers, Cornerstone National Bank and Trust Company, Edward Jones, Foundation for Wellness Professionals, Friendship Village, Lavelle Law, Ltd., Lutheran Home, HCR-ManorCare, The Moorings, Northwest Community Hospital, Northwest Suburban United Way, Palatine Park District, Palatine Police Department, Palatine Township, Silverado Senior Living, Tamarack, and Whitehall of Deerfield. For a printable flyer visit www.ptscc.org or call Diane at 847-991-1112.
|Where||Palatine Township Senior Citizens Center 505 S Quentin Rd, Palatine, IL 60067|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Families, Seniors|
More About Palatine Township Senior Citizens Center
The Palatine Senior Citizens Center, serving over 70 communities in the North and Northwest Suburbs, has been at this Quentin Rd. location since 1998. Although most patrons reside in Palatine and the surrounding area, there are no residency restrictions or membership requirements; anyone 50 years of age or older is welcome to use the facility. This center offers conveniences such as drop-in lunch, home-delivered meals, a food pantry, recreation center and a day-care program for adults with memory loss. A multilingual Social Services staff, fluent in Spanish, Russian and Polish, is available to assist seniors through issues such as immigration problems or health-care coverage complications. Activities include conversation clubs that create a comfortable environment for adults to practice their English, computer classes that teach participants basic skills and local and extended trips that give seniors a chance to travel to various locations.