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“Revive” Caring For Caregivers
October 21, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Our Help, Sorry, Love NFP team is excited to announce our new “Revive” series of events that will begin on October 21st.
The first event in our “Revive” series will begin with a night entitled “Caring For Caregivers”. Are you or someone you know a Caregiver by nature, profession or simply due to the circumstances? This can be a very challenging role to play and often times, while caring for others, our own overall health can suffer as a result.
“Caring For Caregivers” is meant to help us as caregivers recognize when we need nourishment for the body, heart and soul and how to find it. Those who have cared for their children, spouses, parents, other loved ones, clients or even strangers with special needs of any kind; this night is for you.
Come enjoy a night with friends, filled with food, music and fellowship, and designed to provide rest, revitalization and resources for the caring hearts of our community. Our central theme, Finding nourishment to live and thrive in the most challenging times, is reinforced through live music, personal testimony, and information from community leaders.
Our event will be hosted at the Homestead 1854 B&B, which provides a beautiful and peaceful setting for fellowship and warm conversation. Rooms are available if you would like to stay for the evening. To book your room at the Homestead please call Mary Kay at 1–630–552-4322.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION AND MORE DETAILS BELOW:
When: Saturday, October 21, 4:30pm-7:30pm
Where: The Homestead 1854, Plano IL, 600-698 E North St, Plano, IL 60545 thehomestead1854.com
Ticket Price: $10 per person suggestion contribution with an option to support Help, Sorry, Love NFP with additional payment. (100% of donations are tax deductable and go directly to providing resources for those in our community. We have NO paid staff members in our organizations.)
- Tickets include:
- An evening with friends in the elegant comfort of the historical Homestead 1854 B&B in Plano, IL
- Healthy Food Options that are Locally Sourced and prepared fresh by Chef and Culinary Arts Instructor Jessica Rachel Conover and her team.
- Live Music by Jon Conover, Tom Hartnett and Olivia Ports
- Guest Speakers, Activities and Small Group Discussions
- Gourmet Coffee Service
After making your suggested donation please call the Homestead 1854 to make your reservation: 1–630–552-4322
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