Calendar of events

To participate, get more details or make a reservation, call Denise Rogers at 630-365-5193 or visit any Old Second Bank location.


Sep 5 2014
Flu Shots - Yorkville (CALL FOR AVAILABILITY)
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Yorkville - Countryside
The Details:

Medicare Part B – no charge to participant. Bring Medicare card. $28 per injection – Trivalent $38 per injection – Quadrivalent Payment accepted: Cash, check, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO (sent to insurance company; bring insurance card)

Sep 7 - 11 2014
Yellowstone Adventure
Wyoming/Montana
The Details:

Final payment due June 13, 2014 - $2625 pp double; $3050 single; +$60 non-members. We board our United flight at O’Hare International Airport and fly directly to Jackson, Wyoming. You will see the most spectacular mountain range as we take a boat cruise on the “Snake River” and take photos of the Tetons. We travel to “Yellowstone National Park”, with two million acres of steaming geysers, crystalline lakes, thundering waterfalls, as well as remarkable diversity of mammals, birds and fish. We view the many wonders of the park. As we cross the Continental Divide and travel through Craig Pass to witness “Old Faithful” and continue through Biscuit Basin and past “Fountain Paint Pots” to Madison Junction. Continue on seeing Norris Geyser Basin and Gibbon Falls which is the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. You just might see: Bison, Elk, Coyotes, Grizzly Bears, Moose, Bald Eagles, Osprey and Trumpeter Swans, however; no guarantees. The next day we travel to the “Upper Loop” for our “Wildlife Tour” then on to Tower Falls and into the Lamar Valley, and continue to Mammoth Hot Springs and we exit the park into Montana and arrive in West Yellowstone. Included: Round Trip Airfare, Baggage Fees (1 checked luggage), Guided Tours, First Class Hotels, 8 Meals (4 Breakfasts – 4 Dinners), Gratuities, and Travel Protection Insurance.

Sep 28 2014
Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers (SOLD OUT)
1:00 pm
Miller Park, Milwaukee, WI
The Details:

Reservations due Sept. 12, 2014 - $88 members, $99 non-members. Take a ride north to Miller Park in Milwaukee as the Cubs and Brewers square off in a classic division rivalry! (All seats in section 127, Third Base Side, Outfield Box; cost includes ticket, transportation, and driver gratuity; Cubs organization has the right to substitute seat location)

Oct 8 2014
Cats
1:30 pm
Paramount Theatre
The Details:

Prepare yourself to be immersed into a world like no other – the world of Jellicle Cats. It’s the most sacred night of the year for this tribe of felines as they prepare for the Jellicle Ball. Winner of 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book and Best Score, CATS is one of the most popular and beloved theatrical productions on the planet. This dance-driven extravaganza is filled with lush orchestrations and heart-pounding numbers including the show-stopping “Memory.” $26 per ticket Drive on your own. Reservations due September 19, 2014 Tickets are non-refundable, unless vendor cancels performance. Tickets will be mailed 10 days prior to performance.

Oct 17 2014
Glass Pumpkin Patch & Fall Colors at the Morton Arboretum
Morton Arboretum
The Details:

This Fall, take a ride by motorcoach to the Glass Pumpkin Patch, a cornucopia of unique blown-glass artwork set against a backdrop of the Morton Arboretum’s colorful trees. We will take an “Acorn Express Open-Air Tram” ride in the morning upon arrival to view the autumn colors. At your leisure walk the grounds visit with the artists during the on-site glass blowing demonstrations and see how they work the molten glass, adding colors and creating different patterns and shapes. This will give you a real appreciation for all of the work that goes into creating these one-of-a-kind pieces. This event features 3,000 glass pumpkins and other autumn designs such as apples, gourds, acorns and more. “Enjoy “Lunch on your own” in the Ginkgo Restaurant or Café before the pieces (you must have) go on SALE at 1:00 p.m. This will be a delightful fall day to enjoy the outdoors. Included: Entrance into Morton Arboretum, Open-Air Tram Ride, Gratuity for Coach Driver. $53 members, $63 non-members Reservations due Sept. 12, 2014 Note: If you are a Morton Arboretum member please let me know at time of the Reservation Pickup locations: Elburn-Jewel Parking Lot– 7:15 a.m. (est. return 6:00 p.m.) Yorkville-Countryside– 7:45 a.m. (est. return 5:30 p.m.) North Aurora– 8:15 a.m. (est. return 5:00 p.m.) (Times and locations subject to change)

Oct 21 - 22 2014
AARP Smart Driver Course (CNTY)
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Old Second - Yorkville
The Details:

This 2-day course is designed to help participants: • Understand the effects of aging on driving • Learn driving strategies that take into account the effects of aging • Identify the most common crash situations faced by older drivers • Reduce chances of having a crash • Update their knowledge of today’s traffic laws, vehicles, and to better observe other road users • Think about how they drive and identify when driving may no longer be safe DETAILS • 2 day class – 4 hours per day • 55 years of age will receive a 3-year discount on their auto insurance (Discount amounts vary by insurance company) • No Test required • Receive a Certificate after completing the class • Cost: $15.00 AARP Members (present card at class); $20.00 Non-AARP Members Limited Seating Available! Call for Reservation Early!

Oct 30 - Nov 11 2014
Irish Treasures
Ireland (Resv. due July 10, 2014)
The Details:

$3,449 per person - See the sites of Dublin and Belfast with a guided tour; enjoy Irish dinner show; visit a farmhouse for tea and scones; tour Cork, Derry, and Drogheda; horse-drawn ride in Killarney; “The Quiet Man” walking tour of Cong; step dancing display in Cabra Castle Hotel; Dublin open-top bus tour with visit at Guinness Storehouse or Old Jameson Distillery; visits to multiple houses and castles. And much more!! Taxes, gratuities and comprehensive insurance.

Nov 5 2014
All Hands on Deck!
1940s Musical Revue
11:00 am
Lincoln-Way North High School Performing Arts Center
The Details:

Reservations due Fri. Oct. 3, 2014 $15 per ticket (drive on your own) Based on Bob Hope's 1942 USO tour to the troops in the field, All Hands on Deck! is a live radio broadcast performed by four charismatic actors, singers, dancers, and comics along with a nine-piece orchestra. On-air antics, classic commercials, timeless songs, and hilarious impromptu skits power the radio show until the performance comes full circle with a big patriotic finish that pays tribute to both active duty and veteran members of our armed forces. This heart-warming, toe-tapping Broadway journey includes songs such as Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Atchison Topeka and the Santa Fe, I'm in the Mood for Love, Pennsylvania Polka, I'll Never Smile Again, America the Beautiful, Thanks for the Memory, and a powerful Military Medley. All Hands on Deck! delivers great music and classic humor from those special days of road shows, war-bond drives, and radio broadcasts.

Nov 9 2014
Under the Streetlamp
3:00 pm
Paramount Theatre
The Details:

The Boys return to their home-away-from-home as part of their new Let the Good Times Roll tour. It’s an evening of singing, dancing, stories and the kind of in-the-moment fun that was made famous by Frank, Dean and the Pack. If you’ve seen Streetlamp before, then you know why this show is going to sell out. And if you’ve never seen these guys live, then get your tickets now, because Michael, Michael, Chris and Shonn are coming back, and if you wait too long, tickets are going to be gone. $43 per ticket Drive on your own. Reservations due Oct. 10, 2014 Tickets are non-refundable, unless vendor cancels performance. Tickets will be mailed 10 days prior to performance.

Dec 3 2014
Mary Poppins
1:30 pm
Paramount Theatre
The Details:

Mary Poppins is the story that every family can relate to – parents trying to make ends meet, busy schedules that have family members passing in the halls, spouses on different pages and no one taking the time to notice. See huge sets that tower above the audience and enormous dance numbers on the ground and the roof tops. Be amazed by statues coming to life, giant orchestrations for such iconic songs as “Spoon Full of Sugar,” “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and “Chim Chim Cher-ee.” And of course, a few Mary Poppins magical moments that will leave you flying high. Celebrate the holidays with the ones you love at Paramount’s Mary Poppins. $26 per ticket Drive on your own. Reservations due November 7, 2014 Tickets are non-refundable, unless vendor cancels performance. Tickets will be mailed 10 days prior to performance.

Dec 10 2014
Christmas on Broadway
2:00 pm
Mainstage Theatre-Pheasant Run, St. Charles, IL
The Details:

Resv. due Nov. 7, 2014 - $26 per ticket (drive on your own). Four star-struck holiday tourists are snowbound in a shuttered Broadway theater on Christmas Eve. With nothing but a few trunks filled with costumes, props, and set pieces, they live out a shared dream – starring on Broadway! From your favorite holiday classics like “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” and “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” to seasonal classics from Broadway composers, the evening is a flurry of memorable holiday magic.

Jan 28 2015
Tommy
1:30 pm
The Details:

Set in the 1940s, Tommy is the story of a little boy who witnesses his father murder his mother’s lover upon his surprise return home after being released from a prisoner of war camp. The trauma sends Tommy into a nearly catatonic state, becoming deaf, dumb and blind. Eventually, his only form of communication becomes pinball and his wizardry with the flippers propels him into the national spotlight. Tommy is a story of hope, healing and human spirit that follows this child’s journey from darkness to triumph. Based on The Who’s 1969 album, this one-of-a-kind production is filled with soaring anthems and bursting ballads, mind-exploding images and pulsating dance numbers. $26 per ticket Drive on your own. Reservations due January 2, 2015 Tickets are non-refundable, unless vendor cancels performance. Tickets will be mailed 10 days prior to performance.

Mar 4 2015
Flanagan's Wake
11:00 am
Lincoln-Way North High School Performing Arts Center
The Details:

Reservations due: Feb. 6, 2015 $12 per ticket Flanagan's Wake is a hilarious interactive Irish wake set in the fictional village of Grapplin, County Sligo, Ireland. Audience members are treated as mourners who have come to wake of a noted local roustabout, Flanagan (first name unknown). The cast interweaves scripted and improvised stories as the basis for comedic fodder. Join the villagers as they tell tales, sing songs, and mourn the passing of one of their own, Flanagan. You'll be transported to the Emerald Isle to grieve as only the Irish can. You can share tales of your own experiences and misadventures with dear old Flanagan, or simply enjoy the stories and songs of the locals as they recall life with "Himself."

Apr 1 2015
Heroines of Heartache: Mandy Barnett Sings Great Women of Song
11:00 am
Lincoln-Way North High School Performing Arts Center
The Details:

Reservations due Friday, March 6, 2015 $15 per ticket (drive on your own) Acclaimed recording artist and performer, Mandy Barnett, salutes her influences, legendary female song stylists spanning multi-generations and musical genres. Barnett sings favorites by Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, Brenda Lee, Dusty Springfield, Dionne Warwick, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt, Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Eidth Piaf, and more, along with selections from Barnett's own highly-praised albums. Backed by Nashville musicians, Barnett offers unforgettable and stunning renditions of hits made famous by these songbirds featuring selections such as Crazy, Sweet Dreams, Stand by Your Man, Sweet Nothin's, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, You Don't Have to Say Your Love Me, Cry Me a River, September in the Rain, If You Love Me, and Blue Bayou, among others. Celebrate the legacy and enduring songs of musical icons performed by one of today's premiere vocalists, Mandy Barnett!

Apr 22 2015
Les Miserables
1:30 pm
Paramount Theatre
The Details:

This monumental novel comes to life in one of the greatest musicals of all time. It’s the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his journey for redemption. On that road, he encounters the never-wavering love of a mother, the innocence of a child, the steely determination of a hunter and the passion of youthful freedom fighters. $26 per ticket Drive on your own. Reservations due April 3, 2015 Tickets are non-refundable, unless vendor cancels performance. Tickets will be mailed 10 days prior to performance.

May 20 2015
Let's Hang On! A Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
11:00 am
Lincoln-Way North High School Performing Arts Center
The Details:

Reservations due Friday, April 24, 2015 $18 per ticket (drive on your own) A tribute to one of the greatest vocal groups of all time, Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons, is brought to you by Let's Hang On! This high-energy, great-sounding production, features four outstanding male performers, two talented female artists, and a live band. The great Four Seasons hits are covered complete with the awesome falsetto, tight four-part harmony, and crisp dance moves. The guys sing some of the best songs of all time, including Sherry, Can't Take My Eyes Off of You, Who Loves You, My Eyes Adored You, Working My Way Back to You, and Oh, What a Night. The girls also get an opportunity to shine with top songs such as Locomotion.

Sep 11 - 24 2015
Imperial Waterways of Russia
Russia
The Details:

Final payment due June 1, 2015 - See table below for pricing. Discounts apply when you BOOK EARLY! (Before June 30, 2014) Voyage along the Neva, Svir, and mighty Volga rivers with all the highlights from St. Petersburg to Moscow. World-class museums, iconic Fabergé eggs, a Russian ballet performance, timeless architecture, and Russia’s signature vodka and caviar punctuate this grand adventure. Stand in awe of the Kremlin, St. Basil's Cathedral, and the Moscow Metro system. See beautiful cities like Uglich and Yaroslavl, the Transfiguration Church build entirely of wood with no nails, Russian civilization and history lectures, onboard entertainment, plus much more! Other features of the itinerary will include a canal cruise and an evening ballet; the Hermitage Museum, housed in one of the world’s largest palaces, and includes the art of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo; the Catherine Palace and Park; a walking tour with arts and crafts of the Mandrogi village; a day experiencing Russian daily life, including watching school children dance and practice English; the Church of St. Dimitry, built to honor the slain son of Ivan the Terrible; and free time in the markets; a Moscow tour; a day to explore Moscow on your own. Roundtrip airfare, Port charges, gratuities, 12 excursions, Insurance Protection, and much more included! Category pp Double Cost 6 $7449 5 $8099 4 $8309 3 $9219 2 $9419 1 $9569 Deluxe Suite $10569 +$150 non-members