Lincoln Park Village hosts an evening with Peter Whitehouse, M.D., Ph.D.

Lincoln Park Village hosts an evening with Peter Whitehouse, M.D., Ph.D.

“A Revelatory View of Brain Health: Guiding Our Lives down a Journey of Purpose”

Thursday April 17, 7:00-8:30 PM  

The DePaul Art Museum, 935 W. Fullerton Avenue


In quest for a long and healthy life, brain health and sense of purpose are inseparable.While diet, exercise and cognitive stimulation are keys to living a longer and with greater resilience, Dr. Whitehouse believes that having a strong sense of purpose is even more essential in the search for a meaningful life. He asserts: “Brain health, deeply and broadly conceived, is essential to who we are as individual mortal human beings. It helps create a sense of belonging in our communities and helps determine how we will face the future.”


For more information about this event,  contact Lincoln Park Village at (773) 248-8700 or Payment is $10 in advance, $15 (cash only) at the door if not sold out; and $5 for students. Mail checks to Lincoln Park Village, 2502 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL  60614.


Lincoln Park Village is a non-profit membership organizations whose members stay connected, remain independent, find new friends and new ways to thrive, to contribute, to have fun and – get help if they need it. Learn about the Village’s Member Plus program which guarantees that all neighbors, regardless of income can join and enjoy all the benefits of Village membership. For more information:

Lincoln Park Village

2502 N. Clark Street, Chicago, Il 6014

773.248.8700 (Phone)

773-248-8181 (Fax)

Serving Chicago’s north side communities.