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.

May 9 - May 92019
Rules of the Road - Aurora
10:00am - 12:00pm
Old Second Bank - Aurora - Wealth Board Room
37 S. River St.
Aurora, IL
The Details:

Free to attend.

The Rules of the Road Review Course is designed to give drivers — especially senior citizens — the knowledge and confidence needed to renew or obtain a driver’s license. All drivers over age 75 are required to take a driving exam. This course helps prepare participants for the driving and written parts of the exam.

May 13 - May 232019
Spanish Serenade
The Details:


$3985 pp double, +825 pp single, +$125 non-members per person
Sites include: beaches of Marbella, Ronda with the river gorge El Tajo and oldest bullring in Spain; Gibraltar featuring the Rock of Gibraltar, St. Michael’s cave, and semi-wild macaque monkeys, and shopping; Sierra Madre Mountains, the palace compound Alhambra, Generalife the country estate of Masrid kings; more resort promenades of Marbella, flower gardens, Mediterranean views; Madrid for the Royal Palace, the Gran Via fashionable avenue, Cibeles Fountain, Retiro Park, and Puerta del Sol, and Plaza Mayor, free time in Madrid, and Flamenco dancing show; Barcelona for the Basilica of Santa Maria de Mar, Ciutadella Park for lake boating, Eixample District, Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Gothic Quarter, Plaza de Sant Juame, the lively square Placa Reial and the Columbus Monument, Montjuic Hill, Olympic Village, Santa Maria de Montserrat, a train on Montserrat Mountain, Benedictine Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey and Royal Basilica of Montserrat and carving of Our Lady of Montserrat, the Penedes wine region; and much more! Tour includes: Airline, Deluxe Motorcoach; all luggage handling, taxes, and hotel fees and gratuities for driver and local guides; comprehensive travel insurance, plus more!

May 29 - May 292019
August Rush
Paramount Theatre
The Details:

$35 per ticket
Evan Taylor, an 11 year old orphan, believes in music like some believe in fairytales. Even after so many years gone, Evan has not given up hope as he relentlessly searches for the parents he knows need him. Quickly discovering he too is a musical prodigy, Evan surrenders himself to the symphony of sounds and follows the music. In this inspiring love story, music is everywhere, but will it lead Evan home? Suggested Rating: PG for some adult themes & language. Out of respect for patrons, children ages 2 and under are not permitted in the theatre. Drive on your own.