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  1. Grandparent & Me BINGO in the Park

    August 22, 2017, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Lake Ann Park

    Looking for a fun activity to do with your grandchild? Join us at the Lake Susan Park picnic shelter for Bingo in the Park. Prizes will be awarded and snacks and beverages will be provided. Grandparents may bring up to 3 grandchildren.

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  2. TECH Support - Advice for Your Device

    August 23, 2017, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Chanhassen Senior Center

    Having trouble with your tablet or smart phone? Can’t keep track of your passwords? Trouble sending messages? Don’t know how to download apps? Luke Igel and his “Advice for you Device” support team will provide tech support during 20-minute one-on-one appointments at the Senior Center Maple Room.

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  3. I Am, He Said

    August 24, 2017, 10:15 AM - 5:15 PM @ Bus departs from Chanhassen Recreation Center

    Let’s begin with lunch at Anton’s in Waite Park before we head to the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud to see a Neil Diamond tribute show, celebrating the amazing musical icon. The Killer Vees join forces to celebrate the music of Neil Diamond with songs like “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Song Sung Blue,” and “Sweet Caroline.” It’s going to be a rockin’ good time! Lunch choices include: chicken almond stuffed popover, walleye dinner, or a chicken, raspberry salad.

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  4. Ladies Tea Luncheon and 1930s Style Show

    August 30, 2017, 11:00 AM @ Chanhassen Senior Center

    Join us at our annual tea luncheon. We will start with a style show from the 1930s followed by a delicious lunch, tea, and dessert. The dresses at the beginning of the 30s still had the carefree 20s look, but that style vanished quickly as the mood of the country darkened with the depression. Skirt lengths dropped significantly and “femininity” was back in. Hollywood was a big influence on fashion, and glamorous stars helped ease the drudgery of the economic burden. It was the golden age of Hollywood with elegant stars such as Joan Crawford and Ginger Rogers. Fashion was cool and sleek. Fabrics for evening wear were luxurious, draped beautifully, and looked perfectly luminous on screen and off. You’ll see the full gamut of different styles popular during this decade.

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