What we're about

• We are a women’s only group.
• Based in the SW Suburbs, but we wander everywhere!
• Members are 39 and up.
• We are single, retired, married, working, etc. (we really don’t care about “labels”).
• Each member brings their own unique sense of style to the group.
• Our backgrounds, views & interests may be different, but we have one thing in common-friendship & a love of adventure & new experiences.
• Check out our website & the variety of events we have planned.
• We invite you to try us - you’ll like us!!!
• SO---what are you waiting for???

Ladies Loving Life (LLL) basic policies & procedures

(we don’t have many rules but we do need some to keep the group running smoothly).

1. LLL needs a picture of you in your profile, not your pet, kids, car, etc. Everyone wants to be able to identify/meet you at events.
2. Make sure your phone/computer settings are set up to receive postings of new events & messages from organizers/members. Check the group’s website regularly.
3. Please make sure you read the ENTIRE description of an event, this includes RSVP deadline dates & payment dates. Like the event, just hit RSVP to respond yes.
4. If you still have a question on an event, please contact the Organizer through their Meetup profile. Just click on their picture & you will be able to send them an email.
5. If you RSVP yes & the event is full, you will be placed on a “wait list”. It is your responsibility to check the event to see if you have been moved up to the RSVP list from the wait list (members cancel for a variety of reasons, so your chances are good).
6. Out of courtesy & respect to our Organizers & our event venues, please do not RSVP to an event with the thought of “I’ll sign up & plan on going until something better comes along”. You can always check back later if your schedule permits & RSVP to an event.
7. LLL has the “3 strikes and you’re out rule”. If you RSVP to an event & do not show up, or are past the deadline for removing yourself from the RSVP list, we mark you as a “no-show”. Three “no-shows” & we unfortunately remove you as a member.
8. All of us at LLL want to build friendships & community, so if you have not attended an event within 3 months, we will regrettably have to remove you as a member, as we feel that your interests/schedule have probably changed.
9. Last but not least: HAVE FUN, MEET NEW PEOPLE, TRY NEW THINGS!

Upcoming events (4+)

WALKING WEDNESDAYS!

7601 167th St

Join us for Walking Wednesdays! Tap into some wellness! Time to get out, stretch those legs & get that heart pumping!

DATE: Wednesday, October 20, 2021
TIME: 9:30 am - 10:30 am (meet-up in parking lot at 9:20, we will begin walking at 9:30 sharp)
LOCATION: Centennial Park,[masked]th St., Tinley Park, IL 60477

***walk at your own pace
***1.17 walking trail surrounds the lake
***Centennial Park is located on 167th St. between 80th Ave. & Harlem Ave.
***for the PARKING LOT-turn south off of 167th St. by the Fire Station
***for INFO, PIX & a DIRECTIONS MAP on Centennial Park, go to: https://www.tinleyparkdistrict.org/location/centennial-park/
***clean portable toilet facilities

*in case of inclement weather, details will be posted by your hosts so please check the event site

CALLING ALL TOM PETTY FANS! SOMEWHERE YOU FEEL FREE MOVIE!

Emagine Frankfort

Adria Petty, daughter of the late rock legend, Tom Petty, discovered a stash of 16mm film shot by photographer Martyn Akins between 1993 & 1995. The footage chronicles Petty's recording of his 1994 triple platinum album, "Wildflowers" - the album he considered his best & most personal. The found footage, along with insight & perspective from many who were there, allows us to understand why he felt that way.

We see rehearsals, recordings, sound checks, & live performances. There are also rare clips of Petty at home. A unique opportunity to watch an artist at work & how the pieces are assembled to create a masterpiece album that is as strong today as it was on its first release. Tom Petty died in 2017, but lives on in his music, & now in the footage of his musical process.

DATE: Wednesday, October 20, 2021
TIME: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
LOCATION: Emagine Theater, 19965 South LaGrange Road, Frankfort IL 60423,[masked]

**if you care to join in, personal email me at my Meetup email & I will share my seat number

THE PHILOSOPHY OF FEAR-HORROR'S INFLUENCE ON FEAR IN MOVIES-FREE EVENT!

Orland Park Public Library

Jeff Burnham, DePaul University Screenwriting Instructor & co-host of CadaverCast: A Father-Son Monster Movie Podcast, will explore the complexities of horror movie structures & the blurred lines between protagonist & antagonist to show how alternative approached to storytelling in horror shape the audiences' experience.

DATE: Friday, October 22, 2021
TIME: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
LOCATION: Orland Park Public Library, 14921 S. Ravinia Ave., Orland Park, IL 60462

**for more info on the Orland Park Public Library, go to: orlandparklibrary.org

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT! NATIONAL TAKE BACK DAY!

Needs a location

Just a public service announcement...
Thought it important to share...

How many of us have unused prescriptions in our household? Too often, these unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands leading to dangerous & often tragic results. So clean out your medicine cabinets & turn in, safely & anonymously, those unused medicines! (don't be flushing them down the sink or toilet into the water supply!!!)

DATE: Saturday, October 23, 2021
TIME: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

COLLECTION SITES:

Orland Park Police Department
Worth Police Department
Mokena Police Department
Prairie State College

You do not need to RSVP to this event...
I will be participating in this event, if you do please feel free to share your thoughts, comments...

**for more information & resources, go to:
https://takebackday.dea.gov/ or
https://takebackday.dea.gov/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIpbGA8J_P8wIVrG5vBB1VnQUMEAAYASAAEgLHpPD_BwE

Past events (611)

GAME DAY-FREE EVENT!

Tinley Park Public Library

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