Dickinson Hall, serving Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, and Knoll-wood, is a desirable destination for adults to explore educational and volunteer opportunities, creative outlets, socializing, wellness, exercise, and also to enjoy convenient transportation into Chicago and beyond for plays, sporting events, tours, and a variety of cultural experiences.
Dickinson Hall is the perfect place for newly retiring boomers to learn about Social Security and Medicare: how to register, when the best time is to begin benefits, and how to select a supplemental insurance plan. It is also be the place for adult children to research services to help provide support and care for their aging parents.
Interested in becoming a member?
Please call 847-234-2209, and an application can be mailed or e-mailed to you. You are invited to drop in and pick up a copy of the Dickinson Hall Newsbrief, tour the beautiful historic building, and see the lovely grounds. You may also view the entire newsletter at www.dickinsonhall.com
Located on the Grove Cultural Campus, Dickinson Hall is 2 blocks east of Ridge Road, mid-way between Route 22 (Half Day Road) and Old Elm.