Community & Special Events

Men’s Club - Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration

The Men’s Club at the NSC would like to invite everyone to join them for an MLK community celebration starring the popular Pandemonium Steel Drum Band. Teleport yourself to the warmth and relaxation of a tropical getaway with some smooth island beats. Menu includes: grilled chicken with mango salsa, island sides, beverage, and dessert. Monday, Jan 16 • 11:30am-1:00pm • $5 Children/$10 Adults


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Presented by: Rachel Arfa, Staff Attorney, Equip for Equality
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) outlaws discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in all aspects of everyday life – to benefit from employment opportunities, to purchase goods and services and to participate in their state and local governments’ programs and services.  The Low Vision Group of the Niles Senior Center invites you to learn your rights under this Act.  This is for everyone whether you have a disability, care for someone with a disability, advocate for someone with a disability or just wanting to learn.   
Tuesday, Jan 17 • 10:30-11:30am • NO COST
Are You at Risk?
Instructor: Lisa Nicholus, RN, Certified Diabetes Educator, Advocate Medical Group
February is heart health month.  Did you know that diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease?  Join us in learning if you are at risk for Type 2 diabetes whether you are borderline or prediabetic.  Learn valuable information and steps you can take now to reduce your risk.    Open to the community.
Friday, Feb 10 •  10:30am-12:00pm

Learn About Reptiles

The River Trail Nature Center will be back to explore the different reptiles and their adaptations.  Live reptiles will be on display.
Monday, Jan 30 • 2:00pm • NO COST

Paint By Number

Join us for the new craze, yet probably something you did as a kid.  “Paint By Number” is back, but for adults!  This casual afternoon will include light refreshments, 2 glasses of wine, and a Paint By Number kit.  Plan on laughing, eating, drinking and painting together.  Pictures available to paint may be viewed at the front desk.
Friday, Feb 24 • 1:00-4:00pm • $10 (Under 21)/$15 Adults (21+)

Sizzle, Sequins, Murder & Mayhem!

The 1920’s was a delirious decade. What made this time so remarkable?
Was the film Chicago really inspired from a true story? Find out with this engaging, educational, and entertaining program that is really fun! This program will be presented by Martina Mathisen, Educational Entertainer with Edu-tainment Living History. This event includes lunch of: chicken piccata, lemon aioli pasta, green beans almondine, dessert, and beverage.
Tuesday, Mar 14 • 11:30am-1:30pm • $10M/$15NM
(No registrations will be accepted after Friday, Mar 10)
womens history month

Women’s History Month Luncheon

Hosted by the NSC Red Hat Club
The ladies of the NSC Red Hat Club cordially invite you to celebrate Women’s
History Month with a cabaret concert and dinner.  Featuring EWTS 2016 vocalists Tracy Holmes, Jodi Fox, and CeeJaye, this event will be a tribute to musical legends who shared with the world powerful songs of empowerment. Menu includes your choice of 1) roasted pork stuffed with spinach or 2) chicken breast stuffed with leeks, mushrooms, and cheese with a burgundy wine sauce, roasted garlic potatoes and grilled vegetables, two (2) glasses of wine, and dessert. Please make meal selection at the time of registration. The NSC reserves the right to request identification at the discretion of staff.
Saturday, Mar 25 • 4:30-7:00pm • $9 (Under 18)/$15 Adults (Over 18)