Noteworthy, the award-winning show choir from Oak Park River Forest High School, performed for seniors and the community at the Oak Park Arms on Friday, November 17.
Scratch Ensemble of Oak Park presents a staged reading of “The Cemetery Club” at the Oak Park Arms Senior Living. The reading is directed by Denise Smolarek, and the play features four women and one man.
John Steiner’s Steinway grand piano has been donated to the Oak Park Arms Senior Living by resident Betsy Davis. Steiner was the world’s foremost authority on early Chicago jazz. He built an exceptional personal collection of approximately 35,000 recordings, sheet music, and newspaper articles. Today, his collection is housed in the Chicago Jazz Archive of the University of Chicago Library.
We program hundreds of events and activities for seniors each month. Residents experience professional musicians, local elected officials, award-winning authors, local artists, and much more – all brought conveniently to The Oak Park Arms.
Oak Park Arms celebrated 45 years of senior housing and innovation. At one point, Oak Park Arms became the training ground for senior living managers from more than a dozen communities across the country. Innovation and improvement are a constant.