Dec
2
6:30 PM18:30

FREE SCREENING - Greater Dallas Alzheimer's Association

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Join me for this special screening & Q&A to help raise awareness for Alzheimer's Disease at the rockin' J BAR C Cowboy Church in Palmer, TX.  I'll be there for the event and Q&A.

5:30pm Potluck Dinner in the Fellowship Hall

6:15pm "Know the Ten Signs of Alzheimer's Disease" educational program - speaker Meredith Pond

6:45pm  Move from Fellowship Hall to the Sanctuary

7:00pm  Opening Remarks about "The Father and The Bear" by John

7:10pm  Movie begins - run time 1:25

8:35pm  Q&A with John

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May
17
6:30 PM18:30

SOCIAL IMPACT FILM SERIES - Illinois

The Kankakee Public Library is partnering with Riverside Medical Center on the Social Impact Film Series.

Experts in the area of dementia will be on hand to to talk about the film and topic.

The screening is free to the public and will be held on the fourth floor of the Kankakee Public Library.  

For more information, visit lions-online.org.
To guarantee a seat, RSVP to pampowell5@att.net.

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Apr
29
3:30 PM15:30

USA FILM FESTIVAL

FREE ADMISSION EVENT

A grand old festival in Dallas.  Nice.

THE FATHER AND THE BEAR Saturday, April 29 3:30pm Wil Love stars as Byron Temple, a retired character actor struggling with the onset of dementia who wants to perform at his beloved summer theater one last time. Against the wishes of his over- protective daughter (Dendrie Taylor), he accepts a role from the newly installed Artistic Director (David DeLuise), who is unaware of his condition. Byron fights to overcome his limitations (with some amusingly creative help from his theater colleagues). Writer/ director John Putch’s beautiful, highly personal work is a master- ful portrait of aging, dignity and the camaraderie of the theater. 85mins. In attendance: writer/director John Putch. Presented in partnership with our friends at the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Dallas Chapter. FREE admission program. 

THE FATHER AND THE BEAR

Saturday, April 29 3:30pm

Wil Love stars as Byron Temple, a retired character actor struggling with the onset of dementia who wants to perform at his beloved summer theater one last time. Against the wishes of his over- protective daughter (Dendrie Taylor), he accepts a role from the newly installed Artistic Director (David DeLuise), who is unaware of his condition. Byron fights to overcome his limitations (with some amusingly creative help from his theater colleagues). Writer/ director John Putch’s beautiful, highly personal work is a master- ful portrait of aging, dignity and the camaraderie of the theater. 85mins. In attendance: writer/director John Putch. Presented in partnership with our friends at the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Dallas Chapter. FREE admission program. 

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