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Postings for November 13, 2013 Full Month View
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  All Day Holiday Book Drive   The 4th annual Holiday Book Drive will take place during the month of November. New books for children (ages birth to age 12) are being collected and will be distributed at Christmas time to needy children in the area, You can help by dropping off new books at one of the following sites: Chatham Area Public Library, Chatham Presbyterian Church, Rochester High School, Rochester Elementary (2-3 building), Williamsville Library, Williamsville Methodist Church, Sherman Elementary, Trinity Lutheran Preschool Auburn, State Journal Register, Safe School Program (Capital Career Center), or Bridge Club of Springfield. Checks may be made out to Holiday Book Drive and sent to Bank & Trust P.O. Box 228 Chatham, IL 62629. Every dollar donated will go directly to the purchase of new books.
 
  All Day Brown Bag   At the Illinois State Museum Research & Collections Center 1011 E. Ash St.,m Springfield, IL 62703...Snakes of Illinois. Meredith J. Mahoney, Ph. D., ISM Assistant Curator of Zoology. Dr. Mahoney will talk about the diversity of snake species in Illinois with information on their biology and natural history.
 
  9:00AM 10:55PM Wed. Morning Pickup Party   60-minute Pick-up Party Help us keep the sanctuary free of trash and flying debris. 9 a.m. start every Wednesday. Wrap up by 10 a.m. We supply the bags, long-handled trash grabbers and gloves if you need them.
 
  8:30AM 5:00PM Figurism: Narrative and Fantastic Figurative Art   Figurism: Narrative and Fantastic Figurative Art brings together historical and contemporary body-based art by over fifty artists from the Illinois State Museum collection. The exhibition emphasizes the power and the range of the narrative and expressive uses of the figure in Midwest art. The artworks were selected to create a better understanding and consideration of different representational styles and the ability of the figure to carry feeling, memory, and experience. They were also selected with an eye toward something fantastic—a heightened sense of the super-real or super-natural—whether through aggressive, expressive form, high-keyed color, inventive graphics, or ambiguous situations. The Museum is open from 8:30-5:00 Monday through Saturday and from 12:00-5:00 on Sunday. Admission is free. Parking is available nearby and the building is ADA accessible. For more information contact Jim Zimmer at 217-782-7440.
 
  8:00PM n/a Track Home: The Musical   The Springfield Theater Center presents the Track Home at the Hoogland Center for the Arts In 1910, eleven children ride the Orphan Train with two agents from the Children’s Aid Society, Miss Rampleweed and Miss St. James, from New York City to Central Missouri. With varying characters and scenarios provided by reflective “Older” characters, the history, the heartache and the hope that these children carried with them are shared as they are chosen by prospective adoptive parents. Characters are composites taken from the Orphan Train “survivors” and their descendants. The Orphan Train transported more than 250,000 children from the East Coast to families mostly in the Midwest from 1854-1929. For showtime and ticket information go to www.hcfta.org
 
  12:00PM 1:00PM Soup and Stories   Lincoln Land Community College’s Student Life Office invites the public to a special Soup and Stories program entitled “My Kenyan Experience: Noel Magero (‘Miracle of Noel’ in Swahili)” on Wednesday, Nov. 13. The event begins at noon in the Robert H. Stephens Room of Menard Hall on the Springfield campus, 5250 Shepherd Road. The featured presenter for the program is Altheal Randolph, a veteran physician assistant and coordinator of health initiatives at Springfield Urban League. Randolph works with the Urban League’s Communities of Color HIV Prevention, Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) and Stand Against Cancer (SAC) programs; Sisters Informing Sisters About Topics on AIDS (SISTA) and Nia interventions; in addition to the Wellness On Wheels (WOW) mobile HIV counseling/testing. Randolph will share her unique experiences working with the largest HIV/AIDS healthcare network in Los Angeles and the Sister-Woman HIV/AIDS project, which led her to Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya. Randolph will tell her real-life adventure of her travels to Kenya and her effort to single-handedly tackle the AIDS epidemic. She also will discuss her work with the Urban League’s BASUAH, SISTA and Nia initiatives. The event includes a light lunch of soup and salad. Admission is free for LLCC students with student ID and $3 for nonstudents. To RSVP, call the Student Life Office at 786-2241.
 
  5:30PM 6:30PM Get Your Game On   Join us for a night of games! Games will be geared to the group and may change each week. Minimum two. All participants must register one week in advance! Free. Phone 217-585-2941.

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