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Paul Green Lecture


Tuesday, September 20, 2016
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Arlington Heights Historical Museum
110 W. Freemont St.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004

Enjoy an evening with the charismatic and insightful political analyst, Paul Green. Listen to his quips and behind-the-scenes comments about politicians and voting tendencies. With all that is going on this election season, you won’t want to miss this lively program! 

Members of the Arlington Heights Historical Society are invited to an exclusive and intimate member's-only reception with Paul Green at the Historical Museum at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 20, prior to his lecture at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Please call Carol Frieburg to reserve your space at the AHHS reception by calling 847.255-1225 by Friday, September 16.

Reservations for Paul Green's lecture at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20 must be made by going to the library's website at and clicking on Programs/Events. 

Following his comments, Professor Green will engage in a lively question and answer session with audience members. One of the states’s best known and most respected political commentators; Paul Green will talk about the unprecedented November elections and discuss historical voting trends in Illinois.

Co-sponsored by the Arlington Heights Historical Museum and the Library, Dr. Green’s talk is free and open to the public; however reservations are required by calling 847- 392-0100.  

Professor Green has attended 14 national party conventions as a radio and television commentator. In addition to being Director of the Institute for Politics and Arthur Rubloff Professor of Policy Studies at Roosevelt University in Chicago, he is the Political Analyst for WGN Radio, guest columnist for the Daily Herald and Chairman of the prestigious City Club of Chicago. His name appears frequently as an expert in news stories in the New York Times, Washington Post, Time, and Newsweek.
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Make reservations early to insure a seat at this insider’s view of our political process



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