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11/01/2014 (Saturday)
 
NAHC Board of Directors     (NAHCMtgs) Time: 9:00AM - 10:30AM Location: Lunchroom
Naperville Municipal Center
400 S. 
 
This is the monthly planning meeting for the Confederation Board
 
11/05/2014 (Wednesday)
 
City Council     (NaperMtg) Time: 7:00PM Location: City Council Chambers
Naperville Municipal Cent 
 
11/06/2014 (Thursday)
 
Cheers for our Veterans     (CommEv) Time: 6:00PM - 9:30PM Location: Chicago Marriott Naperville
1801 N. Naper Blvd 
 
The fourth annual Cheers for our Veterans features a wine pairing, chef-prepared food stations and silent auction. Tickets are $100. For more information, visit www.napervilleresponds.org.
 
11/09/2014 (Sunday)
 
Naperville Municipal Band Fall Concert     (CommEv) Time: 3:00PM Location: Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center
171  
 
It’s the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner and the band will be playing two versions: the 1859 version considered not singable and the official Armed Forces arrangement, which is the one that is sung today. It’s the 100th anniversary of World War I and the band will be playing the “Over There Fantasy” and “On the Quarterdeck March.” In honor of the 150th anniversary of Arlington National Cemetery, the band will play a new composition titled, “Arlington,” composed by Paul Murtha, and accompanied by a video presentation, developed by Veronica Porter of Porter Presentations. Expect some spectacular marches and maybe even an appearance by the maestro as it is the 160th anniversary of John Philip Sousa’s birth. It’s also the anniversaries of beloved movie classics “Gone with the Wind” (75th) and “Mary Poppins” (50th). Bassoonist Peter Kolkay returns to his hometown and will play two bassoon solos. Kolkay attended Jefferson Junior High School when Naperville Municipal Band Director Ron Keller taught there. Kolkay originally started as an oboe player, but when there were five oboe players in the band, Dr. Keller asked his young student if he would consider changing to bassoon and he blossomed with the new instrument. Kolkay became part of a woodwind quintet that was formed in sixth grade and stayed together through all four years at Naperville North High School. - Today, Kolkay is called “stunningly virtuosic” by The New York Times and “superb” by The Washington Post. He claimed first prize at the Concert Artists Guild International Competition in 2002 and was awarded an Avery Fisher Career Grant in 2004. He is an Artist of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and a member of the IRIS Orchestra in Germantown, Tenn. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., a master’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and a doctorate from Yale University. He is associate professor of bassoon at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbi
 
11/11/2014 (Tuesday)
 
Veterans Day Concert     (CommEv) Time: 12:00PM Location: Metea Valley High School
1801 N Eola Rd
Auro 
 
The Metea Valley Marching Mustangs are co-presenting a special concert in the Metea Valley High School auditorium. This free concert is open to the public. The Marching Mustangs are joining forces with the Pete Ellman Big Band and the Legacy Girls to pay tribute to veterans. The Pete Ellman Band will play WWII era big band hits and will feature some of District 204's music faculty. The Legacy Girls will sing some of the Andrews Sisters hit songs, and the Marching Mustangs will conclude the concert with music from their recent season.
 
11/13/2014 (Thursday)
 
Naperville Park District Board Meeting     (NaperMtg) Time: 7:00PM Location: City Council Chambers
Naperville Municipal Cent 
 
11/15/2014 (Saturday)
 
NAHC General Membership Meeting     (NAHCMtgs) Time: 8:00AM - 10:00AM Location: Tavern at the Pre-Emption House
Naper Settlemen 
 
The Confederation Membership meets regularly to network, share information, and learn from presenters. the November meeting will feature representatives from School Districts 203 and 204 talking about their plans and budgets for the upcoming fiscal year. - Coffee and networking starts at 8 AM, the meeting begins at 8:30, and we will adjourn by 10 AM so our members can get on with their day. - Details will be in the monthly newsletter and on our homepage at www.napervillehomeowners.com
 
11/17/2014 (Monday)
 
Naperville Park District Board Meeting     (NaperMtg) Time: 5:00PM Location: South Maintenance Facility
3415 Book Road 
 
11/18/2014 (Tuesday)
 
City Council     (NaperMtg) Time: 7:00PM Location: City Council Chambers
Naperville Municipal Cent 
 
11/19/2014 (Wednesday)
 
Planning & Zoning Commission     (NaperMtg) Time: 7:00PM Location: City Council Chambers
Naperville Municipal Cent 
 
11/20/2014 (Thursday)
 
Legislative & New Law Update     (CommEv) Time: 7:00PM - 9:00PM Location: Eola Community Center
555 S. Eola Road
Auror 
 
Aurora based Baum Property Management (BPM), a company whose clients include condominium, town home, single family home and commercial community associations, is partnering with local industry professionals to present education seminars to Board member of homeowner associations. - Association directors are invited to a Legislative & New Law Update, with co-sponsored with ACTHA & State Rep. Stephanie Kifowit. - For more information call Baum Property Management at 630-897-0500.
 
11/24/2014 (Monday)
 
City Council Workshop     (NaperMtg) Time: 5:00PM Location: City Council Chambers
Naperville Municipal Cent 
 
Workshop: CDBG and Naper Settlement Vision. The agenda packet is available at http://www.naperville.il.us/emplibrary/Boards_and_Commissions/cc20141124p-workshop.pdf
 
11/30/2014 (Sunday)
 
Little Friends Parade of Lights     (CommEv) Time: 5:00PM Location: Downtown Naperville 
 
Held as part of the Hometown Holidays celebration in downtown Naperville, the Little Friends Parade of Lights features a spectacular collaboration of lights, festive floats and Santa’s arrival in preparation for the busy holiday season. This year’s parade line-up and staging will begin near 500 W. Jackson Ave. The parade will run east on Jackson Avenue and turn north on Main Street past the Main Street Promenade on Van Buren Avenue and end at Naper School on Eagle Street. For more information, visit www.littlefriendsinc.org.