P. O. Box 146681,
Chicago, Illinois 60614-6681, Voicemail 872-588-1624
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The purpose of our organization is to provide mature
gay and bisexual men, and their admirers, with
opportunities to come together in a supportive
atmosphere to enjoy social, educational, and
Timers is a social club formed in 1977. We are
proud to be one of the oldest and most active clubs of
our type in the entire nation.
WorldWide, our members are gay men interested in
such events as: Neighborhood Dining, Sunday
Brunches, Potluck Dinners, Gourmet Dining, Wine and
Cheese Parties, Bicycling, Bowling, Stage Plays, Movies,
Bar Nights, Pinochle, Hearts, Computer Shoptalk, AIDS
Walk Chicago, Chicago Historical Tours, and Vacation
Prime Timers are older gay or bisexual men (and
younger men who admire mature men). Our members are men who
choose to have their social lives enriched by the diverse
activities in which our members engage. No single definition can
describe Prime Timers, as they come from all walks of life.
Prime Timers involve themselves in their community with
volunteerism, politics, gay issues, arts, entertainment, and
every other facet of healthy living. Prime Timers are fathers
and care givers. They are businessmen and entrepreneurs. They
are workers and they are retired. Some are always on the go, and
some enjoy the quiet company of others at home.
But one thing is true of all Prime Timers
everywhere: they enjoy a special sense of community and
camaraderie they can find in no other organization.
Our social schedule
includes many annual parties, for instance
on St. Patrick's Day, Academy Awards Night,
Memorial Day, Pride Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, CPT's Anniversary Dinner Dance, Halloween, Thanksgiving, The
December Holiday Celebration," etc. To get an idea of our
usual activities take a look at our monthly calendars.
on the second Sunday of each month we have
an Open Social starting at 6 p.m.
Those wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages
are asked to bring their own bottle. Set-ups
are $1.00. The social hour is followed by a
dinner and a program at 7 P.M. Free parking
is available in the Ann Sather's parking
lot. It can be entered through the
southbound alley at the west end of the
Open Social is $20.00 for members or non-members. Non-members and
guests are always most welcome.
To see what we're doing now, please take a look at this months activities
page at the top of this page.
We warmly invite you to come to an Open
Social and meet us. We particularly wish to extend a
welcome to all you Prime Timers visiting the Chicago
area and will be happy to offer our hospitality if you
will contact us beforehand with information about your
stay. Our cordiality can range from advice about places
of entertainment to free lodging at a CPT member's
home. We look forward to meeting you for an enjoyable evening of cocktails and
Membership in Chicago Prime Timers (CPT)
is $30 a year and $50 for couples residing in the same
household. To request further information about
our organization or to apply for admission, you can
print out our membership application form and mail it to
us with your name, address, and residential telephone
number (in case anything gets fouled up!). We'll then
send you a packet of information by mail.
If you prefer, you may make your
request for information by writing to us at Chicago
Prime Timers, P.O. Box 146681, Chicago, IL 60614, by
voicemail at 872-588-1624 or by e-mail at
If using any of these methods, please
give us your name and tell us how we can best reach you.
have further questions, feel free to contact us in any
of the above-mentioned ways.
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