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Seminar: KU Alzheimer's Disease Center

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Platte County South (Parkville)
8875 Clark Avenue, Parkville, MO 64152

Come here how KU Alzheimer's Disease Center is changing the future for millions at risk for Alzheimer's and learn how you can be proactive and reduce your risk. Please register at the Welcome Center.

Potluck: Casseroles and Salads

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Platte County South (Parkville)
8875 Clark Avenue, Parkville, MO 64152

Your Favorite Casserole Dish /Salads. Join us for fellowship and good food. Bring a dish to share. Sign the food book and register at the Welcome Center.

Seminar: The Ins & Outs of the Android Phone - Part II

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Platte County South (Parkville)
8875 Clark Avenue, Parkville, MO 64152

 Learn the ins and outs of the operating system and get a better understanding of how it works. Please register at the Welcome Center.

This will build on concepts presented in the first sessions.

New Theater Restaurant: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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Olathe Family YMCA
New Theatre Restaurant
Ticket price includes a generous meal and show; choice of coffee, tea or soft drink; drink gratuity; and staff escort.
 
"The audience was on their feet applauding, cheering and stamping in an ovation which threatened to raise the roof." -Chicago Times
 
Based on the "Coat of Many Colors" story from The Bible's Book of Genesis, this upbeat musical is filled with a cornucopia of musical styles. From country-western to calypso to bubblegum pop and rock'n'roll, this Old Testament tale emerges both timely and timeless. With its family-friendly storyline, universal themes and catchy music, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is a musical theatre event not to be missed. 

Kactus Creek Crouquet

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Platte County South (Parkville)
Kactus Creek Croquet

Join Kathy for grilled burgers and gold croquet. Meet at 5 p.m. in the Y lobby or at the location Please bring a side dish to share. The cost is $2 when you register at the Welcome Center (to help off-set the main dish) and $5 at the door to play.

Branson Trip

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Olathe Family YMCA
Branson, MO
Join one of the most anticipated and talked-about events of the year: our annual overnight trip to Branson, Mo. Our full-sized motor coach will leave Olathe at 6:45 a.m. on September 25 (a Tuesday). First stop is the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium in Springfield, Mo., recently voted America's Best New Attraction and America's Best Aquarium in polls by USA Today. We will take self-guided tours of galleries that take us into the natural habitats of the animal kingdom. We'll break for a buffet lunch at the facility's Hemingway Restaurant. From the museum, we continue on to Branson, where we'll check into the Grand Oaks hotel, one of Branson's premier properties. After we're settled in, our coach will take us to an evening meal at the "Branson Wild West Murder Mystery" dinner theater. Then, after we've helped the cast solve that mystery, it's on to Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theatre for the Legends in Concert tribute to the pop greats. Day Two begins with a hot breakfast at the hotel before we motor on to the morning performance of Hot Rods & High Heels. The show celebrates one of the greatest music eras of all time. After the show, we'll enjoy lunch at the Pickin? Porch Deli. From there we'll go to the Top of the Rock for a golf-cart tour of the 2.5-mile Lost Canyon Cave and Nature Trail. Finally, we'll board our bus for the ride home.
 
Along the way home we'll stop for dinner at the group's favorite Braum's, in Ozark, Mo. We expect to arrive back in Olathe about 9 p.m. If you pay by July 23, the cost of the trip is $375/person for single occupancy; after that date, the costs will be $412.50 single.
 
The cost includes everything described above, except our stop at Braum's. Driver gratuity ($6 suggested) is also additional.
 
Our Branson trips always sell out, so plan now to secure your reservation with payment by July 23; no refunds possible after that date. You can register and make payment at the Welcome Center.

New Dinner Theater: The Last Romance

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North Kansas City YMCA
New Theatre Restaurant
New Theatre presents "The Last Romance". Tickets are available beginning August 2. Cost is $38 per ticket and includes bus transportation.
 
Tickets are non-refundable.
 
Please register at the Welcome Center.

New Dinner Theater: The Last Romance

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Platte County South (Parkville)
New Theatre Restaurant
New Theatre presents "The Last Romance". Tickets are available beginning August 2nd. Cost is $38 per ticket and includes bus transportation.
 
Tickets are non-refundable.
 
Please register at the Welcome Center.

Kactus Creek Crouquet

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Active Older Adult Events

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Platte County South (Parkville)
Kactus Creek Croquet

Join Kathy for grilled burgers and gold croquet. Meet at 5pm YMCA lobby or at location Please bring a side dish to share. The cost is $2 when you register at the Welcome Center (to help off-set the main dish) and $5 at the door to play.

New Theater - "The Last Romance"

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Olathe Family YMCA
New Theatre Restaurant

Ticket price includes a generous meal and show; choice of coffee, tea or soft drink; $2 drink gratuity; and staff escort.

THE LAST ROMANCE is a heart-warming boy-meets-girl comedy. What makes it unique is that the boy and the girl are senior citizens! Love, like aging, they discover, is not for the weak or those without a lively sense of humor. Charlie Robinson plays Ralph Bellini, a vigorous, full-of-life octogenarian with an eye for the ladies. Ralph has had a few years to hone his best jokes and pick-up lines. Michael Learned is Carol Reynolds, an attractive, very well-dressed woman of a certain age who never expected another chance at love and had no defenses against Ralph.