Lemont High School to Host Senior Citizen Spring Social on May 14

The event is free for Lemont residents 55 and over.

Lemont High School will host its annual “Senior Citizen Spring Social” in conjunction with a dress rehearsal of its Spring Musical on Wednesday, May 14. A reception will be held from 5:45-6:45 p.m., prior to a 7 p.m. showing of Guys and Dolls.

The event is free of charge and is geared toward adults ages 55 and over, giving them a chance to mingle with the school’s students. Due to the event’s increasing popularity and space limitations, attendance will be limited to 100 guests.

Senior citizens interested in attending the Senior Citizen Spring Social should call (630) 243-3222 to RSVP. Attendees may RSVP for a maximum of four people, and will be asked to provide the names of the people in their party. If calling outside normal school hours, attendees should leave a voicemail message with their name and phone number, as well as the names of the people in their party.

Lemont High School encourages senior citizens who are interested in attending the Senior Citizen Spring Social to RSVP at their earliest convenience, as reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

Light refreshments - including finger sandwiches and selected desserts - will be served during the pre-show reception, which will be held in the lobby of the school’s Performing Arts Center.

Those attending the event are asked to enter the building through the Performing Arts Center entrance at the southwest corner of the building off of Julia Street. Convenient parking will be available outside the Performing Arts Center entrance and in the parking garage.

Individuals interested in purchasing tickets for the remainder of performances of Guys and Dolls—which will run from May 15-17, with shows starting at 7 p.m. each evening—should click on the banner on the home page of the school’s Web site (www.lhs210.net) or call 630-243-3286.


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