Gather with friends for lunch. Please bring a topping, salad or dessert to share. Sign up in the AOA book for the dish you will share.
The laughter rarely stops in this Tony Award-winning Best Play that tells the story of Eugene Jerome and his experiences as a 19-year-old draftee who, with a handful of other recruits must endure ten weeks of boot camp and a tough as nails, hard-drinking platoon leader in the steaming swamps of Biloxi, Mississippi in 1943. RSVP and make payment by January 21 at the Welcome Center. Cost: $36 All sale final. No refunds. Meet at 11:00 a.m. in the Paul Henson lobby to carpool. All sales final. No refunds.
Join friends from the Parkville Y for a performance of "Biloxi Blue" at New Theatre Restaurant. Cost is $38 per tickets and include bus transportation.
What would your life look like?..if you could live FREE from pain? Please join us for a free lunch to learn how you can feel stronger, be healthier and have more vitality without pills, doctors or surgeries! Travis Perret is one of the country's leading experts on the science of Corrective Exercise and how it affects and improves chronic pain issues. He is the owner of Exercise Therapy of Kansas City and author of the best selling book Pain Free Life- Eliminate Chronic Pain: Get Back to a Younger More Active You! Sign up in the blue AOA binder so we can reserve your lunch/spot.
Community Garden meeting; Members of the PCCCS Community Garden will gather to discuss the garden for 2019. Topics to include, composting, weeding, groundhogs, insects, food pantry donations.
Go365 is a personalized wellness and rewards program for participants in Humana's Medicare Advantage plan. Learn how Go365 works and how to maximize the rewards you can receive by making healthier choices. This is a free session. Please sign up in the blue AOA binder to reserve your spot.
Join friends for another movie day at Travanse Living in Olathe. We will be showing the movie "Green Book". Green Book is the real-life account of Jamaican born pianist Don Shirley's musical tour through the Deep South during the Jim Crow era. Shirley enlists the services of rough and tough New Your City bouncer as his personal chauffeur and bodyguard as he performs jazz piano. While the duo's personalities and lifestyles clash at first, their bond on the road strengthens as they each navigate the culture shock and harsh racism of the 1960s in their own ways. Please register in the blue AOA binder located at the "Coaches Station" next to the Welcome Center. Don't forget to bring a snack to share with your friends.
Price includes a generous meal and show; choice of coffee, tea or soft drink; drink gratuity; and staff escort. No refunds after 3/1. Purchase tickets online or through the Olathe Y. The laughter rarely stops in this Tony Award-winning "Best Play" that tells the story of Eugene Jerome and his experiences as a 19-year-old draftee who, with a handful of other recruits must endure ten weeks of boot camp and a tough as nails, hard-drinking platoon leader in the steaming swamps of Biloxi, Mississippi in 1943.