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Postings for February 01, 2013 Full Month View
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  All Day Go Red For Women Day   Go Red for Women encourages awareness of the issue of women and heart disease, and also action to save more lives. The movement harnesses the energy, passion and power women have to band together and collectively wipe out heart disease. It challenges them to know their risk for heart disease and take action to reduce their personal risk. It also gives them the tools they need to lead a heart healthy life. Only 55 percent of women realize heart disease is their No. 1 killer and less than half know what are considered healthy levels for cardiovascular risk factors like blood pressure and cholesterol. The Go Red for Women movement works to make sure women know they are at risk so they can take action to protect their health. Be sure to wear your red today and show your support!
  All Day “Give a Little Love” campaign   The “Give a Little Love” campaign is taking place at area McDonald’s restaurants from Tuesday, January 22 through Valentine’s Day on Thursday, February 14. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois (RMHCCI) invites local residents to participate and “Give a Little Love” by donating $1 or more and your name will be written on a heart to be displayed at McDonald’s. 100% of the proceeds will stay in central Illinois and directly benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Springfield, IL. RMHCCI exists to provide a supportive home away from home for families with children receiving medical care in Springfield, Illinois. Ronald McDonald House offers a good night's sleep, hot meals, and everything needed to keep parents' lives as simple as possible while they tend to the important task at hand: devoting all of their love and support to helping their child get well. RMHCCI is a 501(c)3 charity and could not provide a home away from home to over 300 families each year without the wonderful support of the central Illinois community. Please join us at area McDonald’s restaurants January 22—February 14 to give a lot of love for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois! For more information, please visit www.
  7:00PM 11:59PM First Annual Groundhog Day Celebration   on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 612 6th St, on the square in Pawnee, Il. Please join us for an evening with ROGERS & NIENHAUS, two exceptional musicians with a lifelong career of performance on the world stage. With pristine harmonies and searing instrumentation, they are truly a 'not to be missed' act!! Whether performing in large venues or intimate club settings, ROGERS & NIENHAUS deliver a powerful show, that leaves their audiences wondering how 2 performers can deliver such a full, high quality sound. Without the aid of popular technical gear, such as loopers, prerecorded tracks or harmonizers, ROGERS & NIENHAUS put on a concert with 2 voices and 2 instruments, including guitars, bass guitar, piano, mandolin and harmonica. ROGERS & NIENHAUS have long and varied careers each in their own right, including stints with The Byrds featuring Michael Clarke, The Byrds Celebration, Firefall & Nicolette Larson. You will enjoy classic covers of Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Jackson Browne, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, America, The Byrds, Firefall, Simon & Garfunkel, Doobie Bros, as well as exceptional original compositions. You will never feel disappointed after a ROGERS & NIENHAUS performance.....only disappointed that the show is over!!!
  12:00PM 1:00PM SIU Med School Sponsors Ethnic Heritage Day   An Ethnic Heritage Day celebration featuring African American culture will be held Wednesday, February 27 at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. The event will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Pearson Museum (second floor), 801 N. Rutledge St., Springfield. The program includes a presentation, “The March on Washington” by Dr. Wesley Robinson-McNeese, executive assistant to the dean for diversity, multicultural and minority affairs at SIU. There also will be samples of African-American foods and a display of artifacts. Ethnic Heritage Day celebrations are held regularly at the medical school to share information about various ethnic cultures. The events are organized by SIU’s Diversity, Multicultural and Minority Affairs office. For more information, contact Deborah Kassube at 217-545-7334 weekdays.
  5:30PM 8:00PM Artrageous First Friday   Go Red with The Blue Door. Join us for an evening of "heart smart" food, fun, and fashion. Help us promote women's fight against heart disease.
  6:00PM 10:00PM LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE   The Hoogland Center for the Arts, Alice Campbell Staffing, Illinois Times and the American Heart Association will present LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE on February 1, 2 and 3 in Theatre 3 at the Hoogland Center. Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s intimate collection of vignettes and monologues is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Ilene Beckerman, as well as on the recollections of the Ephrons’ friends. Like the book, this funny and poignant theatrical event uses clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger to tell stories that all women can relate to. Syndicated columnist Liz Smith simply raves, “This is an evening that goes directly to the heart, soul and vanity of every woman, young or old.” The production will be directed by Aasne Vigesaa and will feature Nancy Cole, Claire Gordon, Susan Jeffers, Julie Staley and Missy Thibodeaux-Thompson. The show will be a dinner theatre production with the meal provided by Arena Food Service, Inc. Friday, February 1 (doors open at 6:30pm for dinner. Show at 8pm), Saturday, February 2 (doors open at 6:30pm for dinner. Show at 8pm), Sunday, February 3 (doors open at 12:30pm for lunch. Show at 2pm). Tickets are $40 ($10 from each ticket goes to the American Heart Association, so there will be the chance to claim that $10 as a charitable donation).
  6:00PM 10:00PM Winter Wine Festival   The Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association (IGGVA) is holding its Annual Conference and Tradeshow at the Crowne Plaza in Springfield on February 1- 2, 2013. New this year, the public will get the opportunity to “look behind the curtain” of the wine-making industry by attending the Winter Wine Festival. The Festival kicks off Friday, February 1st at 6 p.m. Representatives from twenty Illinois wineries will pour samples and offer wines for sale by the glass, bottle and case. To hone their wine tasting skills, each attendee will be given a handout explaining the distinct grape varietals in Illinois, their characteristics and flavor profiles to practice wine sensory analysis. Gourmet food tasting stations will be arranged based on the types of wines that pair well with each food item. This will allow attendees to explore the ways in which food can heighten the wine-drinking experience. The cost for the Winter Wine Festival, which includes 5 tasting tickets, is $25. Info: Social: Facebook: FB Event page: Twitter: @ILLoveWine
  7:00PM 10:30PM Rutledge Youth Foundation Trivia Night   Friday Feb. 1st at the Firefighters Lake Club. $10.00 per person 6-10 people per table. Bring your own snacks, drinks available for purchase. 1st and 2nd place prizes 50/50 contact info:

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