Our Thanksgiving Luncheon with Elvis will be held on Nov 15th at 12:00pm. It is a $3.00 donation for seniors. To sign up, please call (860)434-4322 by November 1st. Following lunch come enjoy as an Elvis Impersonator, Raymond Guillem will performs a spectacular show highlighting Elvis with all the glitz and lights!!
Join us on November 14th at 1:00 pm as local residents Val Hazlin and Janet Cody will be talking about their Experiences in Raising Guide Dogs for Guide Dogs for the Blind Program, present a DVD and offer a first-hand look at a guide dog that Val is currently training. This free interactive program will involve real guide puppies in training.
Join us as Atrinity Home Health Company presents “Get Your Happiness on Part 2.” As we grow older we face significant life changes that put us a greater risk for depression. Stress management, positivity and new coping strategies will be introduced at this talk as well as a discussion of the importance of having a positive attitude and laughter therapy. This will be held on November 13th at 1:00pm. Please call (860)434-1605 ext. 240 to sign up. You do not have to have been present at Part 1 to attend Part 2.
On Wednesday November 7th at 1:00pm, entertainer Marcy Conway – the girl with the guitar and the angelic voice – performs Showtunes. Marcy has been performing professionally since the turn of the century at senior venues and community events, and applying her musical skills in hospital and healthcare settings. Come listen, laugh, sing and share your musical memory at the Lymes’ Senior Center.
Join us on November 6th at 1:00pm as Jeffrey Engel presents the lecture “Leonard Bernstein, An American Treasure.” Bernstein was the most gifted, famous, popular and successful musician produced by America. He was a virtuoso pianist and conductor, a composer of music ranging from Broadway musicals to the classical repertory, an educator, a lecturer, an author and a TV personality. There was very little he couldn’t do extremely well. 2018 is the centenary of Bernstein’s birth and it is a good time to celebrate this American treasure. Mr. Engel has been giving lectures devoted to music history in colleges, libraries, retirement communities and other venues for some twenty years. He believes that such lectures should be entertaining as well as informative. To that end, his explanations are never too technical and he infuses his material with amusing anecdotes and musical illustrations. Since 2004 Mr. Engel has taught at Northwestern Connecticut Community College. He was a contributor to the 2001 edition of the “New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.” In 2010 he was selected by ‘Litchfield Magazine’ as one of the fifty most influential people in Litchfield County. www.jeffreyengel.net