Masonic Village, Assembly Room, Deike Auditorium, Keystone Room, Dollar Tree, details, Park City Mall, Episcopalian Open Service, Compass Room, Genealogy Workshop, Lancaster Barnstormer, Grand Lodge, John Wright Restaurant, Lancaster County, Andrew Jackson, Job's Daughters, Pennsylvania Performing Arts, Philadelphia Biblical University, Dan Kennedy, Susquehanna University, Virginia International Tattoo, Jerry Seinfeld, Timothy Nevil, Juilliard School, West Virginia, vanilla ice cream, Caribbean Islands, Adele Marcus, Rhonda Shear, Sarah Stine, Malta Band, Patriotic Church Service, King of Prussia Mall, Brossman Outdoor Pool, GLH Cocktail Social, Shuttle Schedules, Jigger Shop, Walmart, Shuttle Service, Square and Compass, Art Association, Ellen DeGeneres, Eastern University, Hempfield High School, Evelyn Crane, Bryan Herber, Jay Smar, The Resident Advocate Committee, Charles Ash, Charles Chew, Family Restaurant, John Brunner, Wellness Department, Pennsylvania, FMCC Return, Highland Presbyterian Church, red tailed hawk, James Buchanan Clubhouse Lobby, Lancaster, Pennsylvania National Guard, 2nd place, Campus Events, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, the Clubhouse, Warfel Construction Sky Box, Recreation Department, David Rose, Randy Riggle, Garden State Philharmonic Orchestra, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Paul Pitts, Elizabethtown DeMolay Installation of Officers, Roberta Ewing, Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund, GLH Recreation Room, GLH Assembly Room, Penn National, Glenn Miller, Travel Club, Annette Pitts, Widows Sons Charity Motorcycle Ride, Dennis Miller
June 2016 · Issue 53TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover photo taken by Wils Kile of a red tailed hawk on Ford Drive. Photo to the left, taken by Dick Brandt, is the full picture of the centerfold. News and Updates.............................................. 3 Monthly Trips....................................................4-5 Program notes
..................................................... 7 Entertainment Highlights...................................8-9 Dining Services Events...................................... 10 Standard Trips................................................... 11 Monthly Calendar.......................................... 12-13 Recipe............................................................... 14 Mind, Body and Spirit.................................... 15-17 Recurring Campus Events................................. 17 Director's Note.............................................. 18-19 On Campus Events and Happenings............20-23 Craft Corner Classes......................................... 23 Recreation Department - ext. 14509 or ext. 33277 Wellness Department - ext. 33783 Village Living is published monthly by the Recreation Department for the Retirement Living residents of the Masonic Village. If you have any questions, comments or ideas, please call Bianca Hemsch at ext. 14509. The Recreation Department has offices at the Clubhouse and in the Grand Lodge Hall. To view this publication electronically, please visit www.masonicvillages.org/elizabethtown Non-glossy copies available upon request. 2
News & Updates Lancaster Senior Games Masonic Village proved victorious at the 2016 Lancaster Senior Games! We were represented by over 42 residents, who enjoyed spending time competing with other seniors from around Lancaster County. Some of the winners include: Charles Ash, 3rd place in pinochle Russ Baker, 2nd place in 50 yard back stroke and 3rd place in walKing John
Brunner, 1st place in soccer penalty kick Doris Byrne, 1st place in hot shot basketball and 2nd place in foul shooting Charles Chew, 1st place in bowling and 1st place in putting contest Chet Derk Sr., 1st place in bowling Carol Northey, 1st place in putting contest and 2nd place in golf longest drive Frederick Sample, 1st place in putting contest Joan Sandberg, 2nd place in pinochle Sheldon Kaplan and John Brunner, 1st place in pickleball Ken Raub and Doris Byrne, 1st place in shuffleboard Morning Stretch in the Keystone Room Start your day the healthy way! Join in on Morning Stretch in the Keystone Room every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday morning at 9 a.m. This low-intensity stretch class is done using chairs to assist in balance. There is no fee for this resident run program! Elder Abuse Awareness Day - June 15 The Resident Advocate Committee will be recognizing Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Wednesdy, June 15. The United States Administration on Aging estimates that as many as one in ten older Americans are abused or neglected each year. Visit one of the informational tables at the James Buchanan
Clubhouse Lobby, Grand Lodge Hall (outside of the dining room), or the Heath Care Center (outside the Village Cafй ) to see how you can make a difference on Wednesday, June 15 from 10:30 a.m. - noon. Financial Presentation of 2015 Cindy Phillips, executive director, will be sharing Masonic Village at Elizabethtown's 2015 financials on Wednesday, June 29, from 1 - 2 p.m. in the Deike Auditorium 3
June Highlighted Trips
Monday, June 6 Memorial Day Flag Installation display at Fort Indiantown Gap and tour of the PA National Guard Military Museum
Wednesday, June 1 Hollywood Casino and Live Racing Pick up: 4-4:30 p.m. Return: 10 p.m. Try your luck at one of the 2,450 reel video slot and video poker machines ranging from one penny to $100 with all the hottest games currently available. Also enjoy games and poker tables. For the past 38 years, the thrills and excitement of live Thoroughbred racing at Penn National has attracted many of the top equine and human stars in the game. Post time for live racing begins at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 4 Dorothy Rose Concert presents Highland Chancel Choir performing Mozart's Last 75 Days Pick up: 5:30 - 6 p.m. Return: 9 p.m. More has probably been written about the last months of Mozart's life than the final days of any other composer. Famous for leaving things until the last moment, Mozart did not compose the overture to the Magic Flute until two days before the premiere on September 30, 1791, less than ten weeks before his death. This concert is located at Highland Presbyterian Church
in Lancaster and scheduled for 7 p.m. A free-will offering will take place.
Pick up: 8:45 a.m. Clubhouse; 9 a.m. FMCC Return: 3 p.m. Housed in a two story barracks built in 1941, the museum showcases items and weapons from the Civil War to the Gulf War, as well as items that depict the history of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Fort Indiantown Gap. Enjoy the portion of the museum that is set up "the way it was" in the early 1940's when the barracks were first used. Many of the items in the museum are from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, while other items come from private donations. There is no fee for the museum, however ,donations are appreciated. A lunch stop on own will be made at Funck's Family Restaurant. Thursday, June 9 Sojourners Meeting Pick up: 5 p.m. Freemason Cultural Center Return: 9:30 p.m. If you would like to join the Sojourners, please contact Jack Heinze at ext. 15417. Meetings are held in New Cumberland.
THE EXTRA INFO If paying by check, please make payable to "Masonic Village." Please pay for each trip with separate checks, and send payment to Jennifer Stuckey. If for any reason you need to cancel a trip on a weeknight or weekend, please call the Operator (0) to let them know, and the bus driver will be notified. During normal working hours, Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m., please call the Recreation Office at ext. 14509. Any cancellations made within 48 hours of a trip are non-refundable. *If you are not using Masonic Village Transportation, please deduct $4 from the cost. 4
Call ext. 14512 or come to the Clubhouse Info Desk to register. Sign-ups begin on Monday, May 23 at 9 a.m.
Saturday, June 11 Lancaster Barnstormer's Baseball Game
Tuesday, June 28 Speedwell Forge Wolf Sanctuary Guided Tour
Pick up: 5:30 - 6 p.m. Return: 10 p.m. Cost per person: $18* Come out and enjoy an evening game as the Barnstormer's take on the Somerset Patriots. Fireworks, along with Replica Jersey Giveaways, will take place at the game. Cost is $18. The game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, June 27 Free Tour of Yuengling Brewery located in Pottsville
Pick up: 8:30 a.m. Clubhouse; 8:45 a.m. FMCC Return: 12:30 p.m. Cost per person: $18* In the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, quietly secured on 80 plus acres of natural woodland, you will find the home of the Speedwell Wolves. For over 30 years, the Darlington Family has offered refuge to wolves who have found themselves without a place in the natural world. It has been over a hundred years since the last wild wolf was known to exist in Pennsylvania. The sanctuary currently provides food, shelter and veterinary care for over forty wolves with no government or corporate assistance. Cameras are permitted. Please wear appropriate walking shoes as a good amount of walking is required for this trip. Tour is scheduled for 10 a.m.
Pick up: 8 a.m. Clubhouse; 8:15 a.m. FMCC Return: 4 p.m. Come tour the site of America's Oldest Brewery! Discover the hand dug fermentation caves that were used for storage before refrigeration. Wander through time and enjoy a taste of living history in a building that has produced fine beers through times of peace, prosperity, upheaval and world war. The tour lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes. All visitors must wear completely closed shoes. No sandals or crocs. Tourists are required to go up and down approximately 120 steps while on tour. The steps are not all in the same building, and there are breaks along the way. After your tour, beer samples will be available. Tour is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. A lunch stop at Gramma's Family Restaurant will be made before departing back to campus.
Tuesday, June 28 Lancaster Barnstormer's Baseball Game Compliments of Warfel Construction Pick up: 5:30 - 6 p.m. Return: 10 p.m. Cost per person: Free (based on lotto system) Come cheer on the Barnstormers as they take on the Bridgeport Blue Fish from the comfort of the Warfel Construction Sky Box. Complimentary food will be served. Game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Attendees will be selected at random from those who sign up. Please register by Friday, June 24.
the most unique festivals on the East coast" by the Washington Post
, with good reason.
Saturday, July 2 Patriotic Celebration Presents "One Nation, Under God" Pick up: 12 - 12:30 p.m. Return: 5 p.m. Cost per person: $16* Upon a visit from George Washington
in 1776, Betsy Ross stitched by hand the first American flag, and in 1812, on a night of red glare and bombs bursting in the air, the defense of Fort McHenry inspired Francis Scott Key to pen a poem that became our National Anthem. Now you can experience these and other pivotal moments in American History
as CLAProductions proudly presents "One Nation, Under God", a unique, indoor performance of dramatic vignettes interwoven with patriotic music. The performance will be located at Christian Life Assembly in Camp Hill. Tuesday, July 5 Annual Kutztown Folk Fair
Wednesday, July 13 PARCR Meeting at Menno Haven in Chambersburg Pick up: 8:45 a.m. Return: 3 p.m. Cost per person: $10 for lunch due at door The next PARCR meeting will be held at Menno Haven in Chambersburg. The topic will be "Approaching and Dealing with End of Life Issues." There will also be an update by Leading Age, the lobbying group for senior citizens. The program will start at 10 a.m., with lunch at noon. Following lunch there will be a business meeting and overview of Menno Haven. Please RSVP by July 1, as space is limited. Wednesday, July 27 Rainbow Dinner Theater presents "Perfect Wedding" Pick up: 10 - 10:30 a.m. Return: 4:30 p.m. Cost per person: $48* A young bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning with his bride-to-be about to arrive any moment, but finds a girl he's never met in the same room. He persuades his best man to pretend that the strange girl is his. Great, until the best man's real girlfriend shows up! Please RSVP by July 5.
Pick up: 8:45 a.m. Clubhouse; 9 a.m. FMCC Return: 3:30 p.m. Cost per person: $16* Every year, over 130,000 visitors flock to the oldest festival in America for Pennsylvania Dutch food of every variety, the largest quilt sale in the nation, crafts, historical reenactments, music and much more. The festival has 5 stages of entertainment with seating, as well as ample seating in food areas and around the grounds. The festival is senior-friendly, but there is a lot of walking; most of it is flat. This unusual nine-day festival has been featured twice in National Geographic and has been called "one of 6
Important Notice Regarding Trips If you have not received a reminder phone call one day prior to a scheduled trip, please call the GLH Transportation Desk at ext. 33205, the Clubhouse Information Desk at ext. 14512 or Activities Office at ext. 14509.
Call ext. 14512 or come to the Clubhouse Info Desk to register. Sign-ups begin on Monday, May 23 at 9 a.m.
Aviation Interest Group On June 6, the Masonic Village Pilots' Club has officially become the "Aviation Interest Group." All residents interested in aviation are encouraged to attend a special welcome, presentation and discussion on 1950's aerospace research at White Sands, New Mexico and Edwards Air Force Base. The meeting on June 6 will take place in the Keystone Room at 1:30 p.m.
Widows Sons Charity Ride On Sunday, June 12 at 11 a.m. the Widows Sons Charity Motorcycle Ride will begin on Freemasons Drive. The group will travel to the Eureka Lodge in Mechanicsburg to benefit H.I.K.E. (Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund) through Job's Daughters. More information and registration forms are available at the Clubhouse Information Desk.
Elizabethtown DeMolay Installation of Officers Saturday, June 25 at 2 p.m. Lodge Room, Freemasons Cultural Center Elizabethtown DeMolay invites everyone to attend the June 25th Installation Officers. Timothy Nevil, of Middletown, will be installed as Master Councilor along with the elected and appointed officers for the term. Reservations and questions can be directed to Dave Berry at ext. 33853 or by email at [email protected]
Masonic Village Art Studio & Gallery The Masonic Village Art Studio and Gallery will be featuring, during the months of May and June, a display of the art of Quilling by Evelyn Crane, Daman Building. The featured Art Association artist during these months is Vaughn "Duffy" Miller, Sycamore South. The posted hours of the Gallery are 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, but if you see the door open, please come in. We are also looking for photographers who would like to display their photos. If you are interested, please contact Roland Snyder at 287- 2169 (72169) for specifics. Geneaology Workshop This workshop will discuss geneology and help participants work out problems or get started on a new tree. Beginners in geneology will meet on Wednesday, June 8 at 2 p.m. in the Square and Compass Room (FMCC). Wednesday, June 22 at 2 p.m. will be a meeting for the more experienced geneologist, also in the Square and Compass Room. Questions, call Cathy Cooke at ext. 72473.
Masonic Village Travel Club The next Travel Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 24, in the Keystone Room. All residents are invited to join. Annual dues are $5. There are no meetings during the summer months. The following meeting will be the fourth Tuesday in September. Join us for delicious food and delightful entertainment at the Travel Club luncheon, "A Very Berry Luncheon", on Tuesday, June 14, in the Lodge Dining Room. Tickets are $16 per person and can be obtained by calling Roberta Ewing (15173). Trips planned for 2016 and 2017 include: · Finger Lakes in New York State from June 6-10, 2016. · Trains and Shows in West Virginia from October 3-7, 2016. · Homestead in Virginia from December 5-7, 2016. · Southern Caribbean cruise from February 13-25, 2017. · Virginia International Tattoo from April 27- May 1, 2017. **There are a few seats remaining for the Finger Lakes and West Virginia trips.** Contact Roberta at 361-5173 for information and flyers for these trips, including rates per person for double or single occupancy. Happy Traveling Roberta and Ann
Let Us Entertain You
Glenn Miller, The Big One Man Band Friday, June 3 at 6 p.m. GLH Assembly Room Glenn performs well over 350 shows each year. The arsenal of instruments that Glenn plays include hybrid custom accordions, trombone, trumpets, harmonicas, flugelhorn, baritone, ukulele, keyboard and more! As a vocalist, his ability to sing harmony live with himself is unique. The sound he creates is equivalent to a 14-piece band. His style of music ranges from the big bands to jazz to rock-n-roll. Paul and Annette Pitts, "The Scribe" Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. Deike Auditorium Actor, director and singer, Paul Pitts stars in the theatrical one man production of "The Scribe" accompanied by his talented professional pianist, and wife, Annette Pitts. Dr. Pitts has sung over 6,500 performances on seven continents to over 5 billion people by television and radio. He was nominated for the 2014 "Actor of the Year" award by the Artist Guild of America for his portrayal of "The Scribe." Paul was soloist for the "Concert of Peace" held in Belfast and sang at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He is considered a foremost heroic tenor in the world today. Randy Riggle, Comedian Friday, June 10 at 2 p.m. Keystone Room Randy has been a seasoned veteran of the comedy scene since 1982 as a nationally touring comedian. He has written for many comedians including Jay Leno and Joan Rivers, as well as opening for such acts as Dennis Miller, Rhonda Shear, Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres and Gallagher. His combination of innovative style, quick wit, and brilliant impressions has made Randy popular with all types of audiences for many years. It is that type of versatility that makes him one of the hottest tickets in America.
Strawberry Social & The Malta Band Friday, June 10 at 7 p.m. Brossman Ballroom Come out and enjoy a dish of delicious strawberries with vanilla ice cream served to you by the Job's Daughters while enjoying band music performed by the Malta Band. This band, from Lancaster, is an adult amateur concert band in continuous operation since 1912, serving the Lancaster County and South-central area of Pennsylvania. The band plays numerous concerts every year at retirement facilities, church picnics, and also participates in parades and civic programs. Jay Smar, Folk Music Monday, June 13 at 2 p.m. Keystone Room In the last ten years, Jay Smar has toured Scotland twice, received recognition from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, performed at the Philadelphia Folk Festival twice, recorded music for the Welsh BBC documentary, "The Welsh in America" and has been selected by the Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour to be on their professional touring roster. He is here to entertain us with Folk-ncoal mining
music. Jim Correnti, Pianist Tuesday, June 14 at 7 p.m. Keystone Room James Correnti studied at New York City
's Juilliard School as a scholarship student of Adele Marcus, receiving his Bachelor of Music Degree in 1970. He has been a soloist with the Garden State Philharmonic Orchestra and the Plainfield Symphony, NJ, and does over 250 performances annually. He has given over 6,000 concerts, master classes, and lectures. He is presently Director of Keyboard Activities at Eastern University and teaches piano at Philadelphia Biblical University.
Call ext. 33205 to sign up for transportation for evening programs. If ten or more people sign up for an evening program, transportation will be provided. Please be ready for pick-up by 6:30 p.m.Native American
Flute and Piano Program Wednesday, June 15 at 2 p.m. Brossman Salon I Masonic Village is pleased to present the music and artistry of Dan Kennedy and David Rose on piano and native flute. Dan Kennedy is a conservatory trained musician. Heard on over 250 radio stations, as well as Pandora, Spotify and Music Choice, his music has been in rotation on Sirius XM Satellite Radio ever since 2009. David Rose, of Mexican and Native American heritage, has been a lifelong musician and is very passionate about music. He has recorded as a solo artist and with the band Painted Raven. David has performed in music festivals across the country, and has been nominated for both an Indian Summer Music Award and a NAMA (Native American Music
Award). Together Dan and David will present an beautiful afternoon of music to soothe the soul. Sarah Stine Tuesday, June 21 at 6 p.m. GLH Assembly Room Sarah Stine is a 20-year-old soprano from Lancaster County. She graduated from Hempfield High School, and is now a sophomore at Susquehanna University. She is majoring in vocal performance,
and studies voice with Dr. Nina Tober. She also studies piano with Dr. Naomi Niskala and cello with professor Andrew Rammon. She participates in the university's choir, chamber singers and orchestra. This past semester, she worked alongside several student composers and premiered works for both orchestra and for solo voice. She was cast as a Lay Sister in Puccini's Suor Angelica, and as Lauretta in Puccini's Gianni Schicchi. She is also a proud sister of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity. Bryan Herber Thursday, June 30 at 2 p.m. Brossman Salon I Please welcome a newcomer to the Masonic Village. Pianist Bryan Herber began playing piano in 1989 at the age of 6. The genres he plays run the gamut from standards to classic hits to classical music. He enjoys providing entertainment for people of all ages, while continuously learning. Come on out and enjoy the musical talent of this pianist showcasing a variety of piano music for your afternoon of listening enjoyment.
The Caribbean Extravaganza Steel Band Monday, June 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Formal Gardens (rain location Deike) The Caribbean Extravaganza Steel Band helps us to celebrate the sounds of the Caribbean Islands. The concert will follow the Tour of the Islands dinner buffet in the Village Green Circle. This is part of a collaboration between departments, to bring the best of tastes and sounds to each of you for an authentic experience
! Hear the sounds of the Caribbean and feel the rhythm of the drums! The Caribbean Extravaganza Steel Band is originally from Trinidad and Tobago. They have released five professional CDs over the years and share their music with people of all ages. They have traveled extensively throughout the continental United States, Bahama Islands, Canada, Newfoundland, South Korea
, Japan, Dubai and United Arab Emirates. Their music repertoire is very extensive, including calypso, reggae, soca, pop and classical. Come and enjoy a beautiful night. Call ext. 33205 to sign up for transportation.
June Dining Service Events
Al Fresco Dining Tuesday, June 7 Join us for the first Al Fresco Dining of the year at the Restaurant at Clubhouse. This is a served and set menu event that is prepared for you under the arbor in the Courtyard. There is limited seating for this event and reservations are required. Menu is a prix-fixe, multi-course meal, charged at a set price. MealPlus, meal plan plus $4, or Opt Out meal plan plus $4. Please refer to the Food Services Memo you received on May 27. Courtyard Cafe Menu The Courtyard Cafй will begin their Summer Menu on Wednesday, June 8. Caribbean Island Tour Buffet Monday, June 13, 4 - 6 p.m. Village Green Circle Join us for a Buffet Tour of the Caribbean Islands. From Jamaica we will have Jerk Chicken, Sugar Can Shrimp Skewer and Callaloo. Cuba will host Roasted Suckling Pig, Grilled Snapper, and Chicken and Rice. Bermuda Chowder with Sherry Peppers, Fish Cakes, and Hoppin' John will represent Bermuda. This will be a station style buffet with small portions so that residents can sample from all of the islands. Non-alcoholic drinks will be available at each island, and there will be a cash bar with specialty drinks as well as all the traditional favorites. MealPlus $20 or $27.75 without the meal plan, and reservations are required. Clubhouse Cocktail Social Friday, June 17, 4 - 5:30 p.m. On Friday June 17, please join at the Restaurant at Clubhouse Courtyard for our cocktail social. Cover charge will be $5, which includes hors d'oeuvres. Drinks sold separately at list price.
Father's Day Sunday, June 19 We hope you will join us in one of the restaurants on campus for Father's Day dinner to honor the gentlemen. The Restaurant at Clubhouse will be presenting their Father's Day dinner meal from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Restaurant at Eisenlohr will be hosting their Father's Day dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Restaurant at Grand Lodge will be serving their Father's Day dinner from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Residents will receive a memorandum about the dining services and themed menus on Friday, June 3. Reservations at all three restaurants will begin on Monday, June 6. Eisenlohr Ice Cream Social Monday, June 27 Build your own ice cream sundae with ice cream toppings such as hot fudge, caramel, chocolate syrup, wet walnuts, strawberry topping, whipped cream and of course cherries. Eisenlohr Cocktail Social Thursday, June 30, 4 - 5:30 p.m. We hope you will join us on the front porch of the Charles Eisenlohr building for Eisenlohr's cocktail social. It will be held on Thursday, June 30 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Cover charge will be $5 which includes hors d'oeuvres. Drinks sold separately at list price. Please visit our new mobile friendly WebMenu site at: http://webmenusmobile.masonicvillages. org:8080/
GLH Cocktail Social Wednesday, June 15, 3:30 - 5 p.m. Join us in the Solarium in Grand Lodge for our Monthly Cocktail Social. Enjoy a glass of wine, mixed drink or a soda while catching up with friends.
Bus and Shuttle Schedules
Standard Monthly Trips and Shuttle Information Please call ext. 33205 to sign up for the E-town Shuttle, shopping, breakfast, lunch & supper trips, as well as Masonic Village campus meetings and entertainment provided on campus. If for any reason you need to cancel a trip on a weeknight or weekend, please call the operator (0) to let them know, and the bus driver will be notified.
JUNE STANDARD MONTHLY TRIPS Call ext. 33205 for the Village Green Transport Desk. Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 23. Please note: Desk closes during lunch hour.
Thursday, June 2 Park City Mall
12:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
Friday, June 3
12:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
Tuesday, June 7
Wednesday, June 8 Breakfast Trip: Capital Diner in Harrisburg
Thursday, June 9
Lunch Trip: Dock Side Willies in Wormleysburg. Enjoy waterfront dining or the Dockside indoor dining room
10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
Friday, June 10
Dollar Tree, Mt. Joy
12:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
Monday, June 13
Wednesday, June 15 Zigs Bakery & Cafй- Food made from scratch using the
best local ingredients! The bakery and deli prides itself upon
quality, variety, customer satisfaction, and its community.
Thursday, June 16
Jigger Shop in Mt. Gretna- Enjoy this scenic bus ride and stop at the Jigger Shop. Along with delicious ice cream, jiggers and sundaes, they also offer light fare menu items for those interested in lunch.
Friday, June 17
Lititz Shopping Day- Enjoy a day of shopping and lunch in 9:30 a.m. this historic town.
Monday, June 20 King of Prussia Mall
Tuesday, June 21 Target, Kohl's or York Galleria
12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 22 Wegman's Market
Thursday, June 23
Lunch Trip: to John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville.
Enjoy casual dining in a restored warehouse located along
the Susquehanna River.
Wednesday, June 29 Park City Mall
Thursday, June 30 Dollar Tree, Mt. Joy
12:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
ETOWN SHUTTLE SCHEDULE Call x33205 at anytime to register
Sunday Shuttle Service for the 8:15 a.m. Service
7:40- 8:00a.m. 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Shuttle Service for the 10 a.m. Service
9:10-9:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m.
Masonic Village Farm Market
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: E-town Shuttle
Tuesday and Thursday: E-town Shuttle
*The E-town Shuttle provides transportation to various destinations in Elizabethtown, including but not limited to Giant, K-mart, Weis, Darrenkamps, local medical appointments, CVS, Post Office
, library, and Groff's Meats. Please call ext. 33205 to register for the Elizabethtown Shuttle.
The following items are listed on the calendar: trips going off campus and special events on campus.
K.Rm = Keystone Room FMCC = Freemasons Cultural Center B.Brm=Brossman Ballroom GLH Assem=Grand Lodge Assembly Room D.Aud=Deike Aud.
GLH Rec = Grand Lodge Rec. Room GLH = Grand Lodge Hall Highlighted Trip Standard Trip
5 8:15 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sell Chapel Worship Service Every Sunday except June 26.
6 Noon - High 12 Meeting (Patton Campus Dining Rm) 1:30 p.m. Aviation Interest Group (K.Rm) 2:30 p.m. Olympic Bobsled/ Skeleton presentation (Sal. I)
7 8:30 a.m. Roots Market 7 p.m. Organ Music (Brown)
12 2:30 p.m. Raven Dance Recital (D.Aud) 5 p.m. Wine and Cheese (K.Rm) 19
13 8:30 a.m.. Walmart 9:30-11:30 a.m. Giant & Darrenkamps Gift Card Sales (FMCC Atrium) 1:30-3:30 p.m. Giant & Darrenkamps Gift Card Sales (K.Rm) 2 p.m. Jay Smar (K.Rm) 2 p.m. After 9/11 (Salon I) 4 p.m. Caribbean Dinner 6:30 p.m. Caribbean Band (Formal Gardens) 20 8:30 a.m. King of Prussia Mall 5:30 p.m. Horseracing (FMCC Atrium) 7 p.m. Treichler Lodge Meeting
14 8:15 a.m. Philadelphia Zoo 9 a.m. Coffee w/Mark (Brown) 5:30 p.m. Bingo (GLH Assem Rm) 7 p.m. Amaranth (Salon II) 7 p.m. Jim Correnti (K.Rm) 21 8 a.m. Shrine Club (Patton) 12:30 p.m. Target, Kohl's or York Galleria 6 p.m. Sarah Stine (GLH Assem. Rm)
26 9:30 a.m. Patriotic Church Service (B.Brm)
27 8 a.m. Yuengling Brewery Tour
28 8:30 a.m. Speedwell Forge Wolf Sanctuary 5:30 p.m. Bingo (GLH Assem Rm) 5:30 p.m. Lancaster Barnstomer's Baseball
Wednesday 1 4 p.m. Hollywood Casino and Live Horse Racing 8 7:30 a.m. Breakfast Trip: Capital Diner 2 p.m. Episcopalian Open Service (K.Rm) 15 9 a.m. Coffee w/Mark (Smith North) 12:30 p.m. Zig's Bakery & Cafe 2 p.m. Native American Flute and Piano Program (Salon 1) 3 p.m. Holy Comm. (K.Rm) 3:30 p.m. GLH Cocktail Social (GLH Solarium) 22 9 a.m. Wegman's Market 10 a.m. Episcopalian Open Service (K.Rm) 1 p.m. Shakespear Class (Patton) 29 9:30 a.m. Park City Mall
Thursday 2 9:30 a.m. RTL Association Meeting (D.Aud) 12:30 p.m. Park City Mall 5:30 p.m. Servant Stage Old Time Gospel Radio Hour 7 p.m. OES (Salon II) 9 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Farm Market (HCC) 10:30 a.m. Lunch Trip: Dock Side Willies 5 p.m. Sojourners Meeting 7 p.m. The Scribe (D.Aud) 16 10 a.m. Walt Cook presents Andrew Jackson
(K.Rm.) 12:30 p.m. Jigger Shop 23 9:30 a.m. VG Area Council Meeting (Salon 2) 10 a.m. Jim Woodford (K.Rm) 10:30 a.m. Lunch Trip: John Wright Restaurant 30 12:30 p.m. Dollar Tree 2 p.m. Bryan Herber (Salon I) 4 p.m. Eisenlohr Cocktail Social
Friday 3 12:30 p.m. Walmart 1:30 p.m. Grey Lions (K. Rm) 6 p.m. Glenn Miller (GLH Assem. Rm) 10 9 a.m. Coffee with Cindy (K.Rm.) 10:30 a.m. Special Singles (K.Rm) 12:30 p.m. Dollar Tree 1 p.m. Coffee with Cindy (Lodge Dining Rm) 2 p.m. Bingo (L.Eisenlohr) 2 p.m. Randy Riggle (K.Rm) 7 p.m. Strawberry Social (B.Brm) 17 9:30 a.m. Lititz Shopping 4 p.m. Clubhouse Cocktail Social 7 p.m. Keystone Room Dance 24 9 a.m. Coffee w/Mark (Syc. South) 10 a.m. Bird and Hand Stage - Magic and Wonder Show 2 p.m. Bingo (L.Eisenlohr) 3:30 Happy Hour (K.Rm) 6:30 p.m. Trivia Night (Lodge Dining Rm)
Saturday 4 2 p.m. Bingo (K.Rm) 5:30 p.m. Dorothy Rose Concert 7:05 p.m. Movie (D.Aud) 11 5:30 p.m. Lancaster Barnstomer's Baseball Game 18 1 p.m. Wilbur Buds (GLH Assem. Rm) 2 p.m. Bingo (K.Rm) 7:05 p.m. Movie (D.Aud) 25 3 p.m. Wine & Cheese (GLH Rec. Center) 7 p.m. Movie (K.Rm)
Mind, Body and Spirit
Brossman Outdoor Pool opens Saturday, May 28!
June 9 August 28 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 29 September 1 4 to 6 p.m. September 2 - September 5 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Show your MVP card for admittance and enjoy a relaxing day at the Brossman Outdoor Pool. Umbrellas, lounge chairs and patio chairs are set up throughout the grass area at the pool. Operating Times: May 28 May 30 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 31 June 3 4 to 6 p.m. June 4 & June 5 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 6 June 8 4 to 6 p.m.
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Mind, Body and Spirit
Rebuilding My Life After 9/11
Date: Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
Date: Monday, June 13 at 2 p.m.
Location: JB West All Purpose Room (Door #5)
Location: Brossman Salon I
This group takes a rational look at some of America's Ken Burd, son of residents Janet and Ken Burd, is a
serious social problems
. Everyone is invited.
member of the Brownstone Lodge No. 666, Hershey,
and Scottish Rite, Valley of Harrisburg. Ken worked
Tuesday Social Hour discussion group
33rd floor of the South Tower in the World Trade
Date: Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. (except June 21)
Center buildings, and he witnessed and survived the
Location: GLH Recreation Center
tragedy of the attacks on September 11, 2001. For the
Join friends and peers as they discuss anything past 15 years, Ken has suffered with Post-Traumatic
and everything in this lively discussion hour. Topics Stress Disorder, anxiety and depression. He has
are selected for the month and are facilitated by the worked to manage his symptoms through various
Recreation Coordinator or guest speakers. Call Liz at therapies and treatments. He is a Vice President at
ext. 33277 for a monthly list of subjects.
Delaware Investments, based in Philadelphia, where
he is the Head of Business Strategy and Internal
Open Door Group
Sales for the Retail Distribution team. Ken is currently
Date: Tuesdays at 10 a.m.
working toward his Doctorate degree in Business
Location: JB West All Purpose Room (Door #5)
Administration and Strategy from Capella University.
Instruction in math, science, philosophy and more.
He is writing his dissertation on Crisis Management
specifically on how people react during a crisis and
how businesses can better plan for such events to
Date: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.
maximize safety and minimize human and financial
Location: Smith North
Join us for Wii Bowling on Tuesdays in the Smith North recreation room. All are welcome.
Andrew Jackson presented by Walt Cook
Date: Thursday, June 16 at 10 a.m.
Penn State Grey Lions Date: Friday, June 3 at 1:30 p.m. Location: Keystone Room The Penn State Grey Lion's topic for this meeting will be the two one thousand dollar scholarship awards. Program includes comments by the awardees, explanation of the selection process by Sheldon Kaplan and Ken Burd, and comments by a previous
Location: Keystone Room Andrew Jackson was one of the fiercest and most controversial men ever to serve as president of the United States. He was a towering figure who re-made American Politics
. He was a champion of ordinary citizens and an enemy of the elite. Hear how his many battles made him one of the most popular men in U.S. history.
awardee, Megan Leitzell.
Shakespeare and "The Taming of the Shrew"
Richard Laubenstein, Crew Chief of the USA Bobsled/ Skeleton team Date: Monday, June 6 at 2:30 p.m. Location: Salon I of Brossman Ballroom Even though the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea are nineteen months away, planning is well underway to make sure our teams are ready for competition. Richard Laubenstein, the crew chief of the United States Bobsled and Skeleton team, will explain what goes on behind the scene for the four years prior to competition. Richard's experience spans more than 25 years in the racing industry, previously working for Penske Racing. He will explain the similarities of racing and sliding, and share some of the stories of traveling around the world, including the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Dates: Weds., June 22, 29 and July 6, 1-4:30 p.m. Location: Williamson Multimedia Room, Patton Cost: $15, call ext. 14509 to register To commemorate the 400th anniversary year of Shakespeare's death, we will study one of his earliest comedies considered one of the bard's most popular plays. Written between 1590 and 1592, The Taming of the Shrew is a fascinating play to read and to discuss, and we will enjoy studying the language of the witty play with its universal themes. The tone of the play is light and comic, but the exploration of larger social questions lends much of the comedy a more serious tone. We will view segments from various stage productions of the play during the first two classes. We will watch the 1967 film version
of the play featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton during the last class. Please secure a copy of the play and read ACTS I and II before the first class. Instructed by Cindy Rose.
Mind, Body and Spirit
Jim Woodford, Heavenly Experiences Date: Thursday, June 23 at 10 a.m. Location: Keystone Room Come hear an amazing Story of redemption and encounter. In April of 2014, Jim Woodford underwent a near-death experience that profoundly changed him and made him dedicate his life to the Lord Jesus
. Fitness Assessment Date and Time: By appointment, ext. 33783 Location: Masonic Wellness Center Cost : $35 Meet one on one with a Certified Personal Trainer to assess strength, flexibility, muscle endurance, cardio endurance and body composition. A full written report is included which identifies areas for improvement. Personalized Fitness Assessment Date and Time: By Appointment, ext. 33783 Location: Masonic Wellness Center Cost : $50 Meet one on one with a Certified Personal Trainer for a health interview. A customized fitness assessment is provided according to the results of your health interview. A full written report of the results of the customized fitness assessment is included which identifies areas for improvement. SilverSneakers Classic Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-9:45am Location: Brossman Salon 1, no cost A universal class designed to improve agility, balance, coordination and activities for daily living skills, to increase participants' functional capacities. SilverSneakers Circuit Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10-10:45am Location: Brossman Salon 1, no cost A non-impact standing class with alternating intervals designed to increase cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Yoga Within Date: Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:15-11:15am Location: Lodge Meeting Room, no cost Experience gentle yoga poses, ranging from seated to standing, with focus on strength, relaxation, balance and flexibility. Wellness Books in the Solarium Date: Currently Location: Grand Lodge Hall Solarium The Wellness Center has placed all of its Wellness Library books in beautiful bookcases in the Solarium for your convenience and reference. Find books that cover a multitude of topics such as, food & cooking,
personal health practices, stress management, fitness, medical conditions
, bereavement, and Alternative therapies. Feel free to look and use as needed. Cize Live! Date: Tuesdays, June 14 August 9 Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Salon I Freemason Cultural Center Registration: May 16June 7, ext. 33783 Cost: $25 Dance class for EVERYONE, no experience needed. Each class features a fun music video-like routine that has been professionally choreographed to a popular hit song. The moves are broken down, repeated and layered so you can catch on. Zumba Gold Date: Mondays, June 6-August 1 Time: 6-6:45 p.m. Location: Memorial Hall Gym and Salon I FMCC Registration: May 16-30, ext. 33783 Cost: $23 Toned down version of Zumba. A fun aerobics-type class
, part dance and part fitness, based on Latin American
and international style music. Gentle Beginner Yoga Date: Thursdays, June 9 - July 7 Time: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Location: Lodge Meeting Room Registration: May 16-30, ext. 33783 Cost: $19 Learn fundamental yoga postures using safe alignment and modifications. Slowly build strength, flexiblity and balance. Mind, breath and body connection are introduced and emphasized. This is a slow and mindful class. Please bring a yoga mat. Vinyasa Yoga Date: Thursdays, June 9-July 7 Time: 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. Location: Lodge Meeting Room Registration: May 16-30, ext. 33783 Cost: $19 Class features mind, breath and body connection. Build heat and sensation in strength poses, flow and balance. Detoxifying, strengthening and lengthening of the muscles will be achieved. Previous yoga experience is a plus. Please bring a yoga mat. Hatha Flow Yoga - Mondays Date: Mondays, June 20- August 15 Time: 6-7 p.m. Location: Carpenter Chapel Registration: May 16-June 13, ext. 33783 Cost: $25 (Both Classes $48)
Multi-level class which incorporates yoga poses, conscious breathing and a meditative focus to foster strength, flexibility and relaxation. Hatha Flow Yoga - Wednesdays Date: Wednesdays, June 22 -August 10 Time: 6-7 p.m. Location: Carpenter Chapel Registration: May 16-June 13, ext. 33783 Cost: $25 (Both Classes $48) See above description. Power Yoga - AM Date: Mondays, June 6-August 16 Time: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Location: Lodge Meeting Room Registration: May 16-30, ext. 33783 Cost: $45 Class focuses on strength, balance and flexibility while linking mind and body through breath. Sun salutations, standing and seated postures, balance poses and intense relaxation combined in one class that allows the beginner or advanced yoga student to enjoy an invigorating and fulfilling experience.
Power Yoga - PM Date: Tuesdays, June 7-August 16 Time: 6-7 p.m. Location: Carpenter Chapel Registration: May 16-30, ext. 33783 Cost: $45 See above description Flohr Pool-Pool Time Date and Time: Varies Location: Flohr Pool Contact: ext. 33783 Cost: No cost Open pool. Pool water is heated to 90 degrees for comfort. Eight-person spa heated to 100 degrees. One-person 6ft deep water well. Patton Pool Open Swim/Lap Swim Date and Time: Varies Location: Patton Pool Contact: ext. 33783 Cost: No cost Four lanes for lap swim and two lanes for open swim.
Recurring Campus Events
Every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday: 9 a.m.......................Morning Stretch, Keystone Room Every Monday: 9 a.m.......................Handbell Practice, Sell Chapel 9 a.m.......................Bocce, Bocce Court by Pool 9:30 a.m..................Bible Study, GLH Rec. Center 1-3 p.m....................MV Piece Makers Quilting Group, Syc.N 1:30 p.m...................Women's Chorus Rehearsal,Smith N 6:45 p.m..................Mah Jongg, Sycamore S Rec Room 6:45 p.m..................Bridge, Keystone Room Every Tuesday: 9 a.m.......................Silver Sneakers Classic, Salon 1 10 a.m.....................Silver Sneakers Circuit, Salon 1 10 a.m.....................Sell Chapel Choir Rehearsal, Sell Chapel 12:30 p.m.................Duplicate Bridge, Keystone Room 1-3:30 p.m...............Pickle Ball, Patton Campus Gym 2 p.m.......................Grief Share, Sell Chapel 3-4 p.m....................Player Piano Music, GLH Assem. Rm 6:15 p.m...................Shuffleboard, GLH Game Lounge Every Wednesday: 9 a.m.......................Bocce, Bocce Court by Pool 9 a.m.......................Craft Group Meeting, CH Craft Rm 10:15 a.m.................Yoga Within, Lodge Meeting Rm.
Every Wednesday (continued): 12:45 p.m.................Mah Jongg, GLH Game Lounge 6:15 p.m...................Shuffleboard, GLH 2nd floor Lounge 6:30 p.m..................Pinochle, Keystone Room 7 p.m.......................Square Dancing, Salon 1 Every Thursday: 9 a.m.......................Duplicate Bridge, GLH Card Lounge 9-11:30 a.m..............Pickle Ball, Patton Campus Gym 9 a.m.......................Silver Sneakers Classic, Salon 1 10 a.m.....................Silver Sneakers Circuit, Salon 1 9:30-10:30 a.m........Blood Pressure Clinic, GLH 9:30 a.m..................Knit Club, RTL Craft Room 1 p.m.......................Bible Study, Keystone Room 5:30 p.m..................Vespers, GLH Assembly Room 6:45 p.m..................Mah Jongg, Smith N Rec Room 7 p.m.......................Canasta, Clubhouse Lobby 7 p.m.......................Men's Chorus Rehearsal, Keystone Every Friday: 9 a.m.......................Bowling at Clearview Lanes 9 a.m.......................Men's Bible Study, Sell Chapel Parlor 9:30 a.m..................Ceramics in Smith North Ceramic Rm 10 a.m.....................Music Merrymakers Rehearsal, GLH 10:15 a.m.................Yoga Within, Lodge Meeting Rm. 3-4 p.m....................Player Piano Music, GLH Assembly Rm
Masonic Village Partners with K4Connect by Nicholas Mahler, director of sales, admissions and outreach Can you imagine returning from a vacation in the evening and deciding to turn your house lights on and adjust the thermostat up a few comfortable degrees in your home all while waiting for your suitcase to appear on the baggage claim carousel at the airport? It is pretty amazing to consider what technology can do these days! It's safe to say it's everywhere, including Masonic Village. Did you know that Masonic Village at Elizabethtown began a three month pilot program in April with 40 residents from Sycamore North Apartments? All received tablets along with a system of Wi-Fi smart home devices. Some of those devices included light switches, thermostats, pedometers, motion sensors, and many other applications to control their individualized home environment. In addition, the participating residents are experiencing how technology provides increased family and community engagement through applications such as message, video chat, and photo sharing with a circle of family and friends (see example on the top of next page). Perhaps equally engaging, Masonic Village has the ability to place important announcements, calendars, publications (Village Living and Village Voice), dining menus and many other helpful resources at the participant's fingertips. Masonic Village recently partnered with K4Connect to explore how we can bring these valuable technological advancements to our communities. K4Connect creates solutions that serve and empower older adults
and individuals living with disabilities and enhance their lives by integrating the latest in smart technologies. Why is it important for our organization to explore new technologies? "Technology should be simple, approachable and purposeful," said Scott Moody, co-founder and CEO of K4Connect. "Growing older or living with a disability should not mean that we have to forfeit our independence 18
or connection with family and community. That said, it's critical to design with purpose and to truly understand the needs of those we serve." Masonic Village stands to learn a great deal about our residents' specific interests related to this New Technology
. It will no doubt help our organization move forward as we plan for current and future residents. In turn, K4Connect is learning a great deal from our residents when considering possible best practices and new features for their products. Said another way, our residents are helping shape the future of how these technologies will be used! What have we learned so far? "Seniors don't like technology" is a myth. Our pilot is showing a different story. We have 45% of residents using the tablet every day with an additional 22% on a weekly basis. That is a higher percentage for this age demographic than popular social media
sites like LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter. Also, we held a spring photo contest in May, which generated some great pictures captured using the photo sharing application, demonstrating yet again that our residents are really embracing this type of technology. Our second biggest learning point is that residents know what they want. K4Connect has been able to gather resident feedback and design new features quickly. Some recent updated features include expanded wellness tools, addition of popular games and TV controls to make the overall experience even more engaging. What are the next steps to consider as the pilot program comes to an end in June 2016? We will review and evaluate what we learned with residents and our K4 partners. At that point, we'll decide whether residents want a service like this, and how we could provide it in a financially viable way. It's difficult to predict, but that's what a trial is for. We'll share more later this summer. Stay tuned! 19
On Campus Events and Happenings Wednesday, June 1 9:30 a.m................ Intergenerational Sensory Garden Project, Sensory Garden Spring planting continues, but with just residents today. 10 a.m................... Searching the Scriptures: Women's Group, HCC Roosevelt Assembly Room 10 a.m................... Hand & Foot Card Game, Keystone Room 1:30 p.m................ Low Vision Support Group, GLH Recreation Room Do you suffer from macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, or other eye injury or eye illness complications causing you to rethink how you deal with activities of daily living
or your favorite pastimes? Come and share the support of your peers who deal with similar difficulties and discuss coping mechanisms
. Thursday, June 2 9:30 a.m................ RTL Association Meeting, Deike Auditorium 1 p.m..................... Book Club Meeting with the Village Bookies, GLH Conference Room "Falling Leaves" by Yen Mah. 7 p.m..................... OES Meeting, Salon II Friday, June 3 1:30 p.m................ Grey Lions Meeting, Keystone Room Guest speaker 6 p.m..................... Glenn Miller - One Man Band, GLH Assembly Room (details page 8) Saturday, June 4 2 p.m..................... Bingo, Keystone Room 7:05 p.m................ Movie, "In the Heart of the Sea," Deike Auditorium Starring Chris Hemsworth, Cilliam Murphy and Brendan Gleeson. In the winter of 1820, the New England
whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville's Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. "In the heart of the Sea" reveals the encounter's harrowing aftermath, as the ship's surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Rated PG-13 with a run time of 2 hours. Sunday, June 5 Monday, June 6 12 noon................. High 12, Patton Campus Dining Room 1:30 p.m................ Aviation Interest Group, Keystone Room 1:30 p.m................ Apple Club, Sycamore North Rec. Room If you have a product from Apple Computer (an iPhone, iPad, iMac, MacBook, or any other Mac computer which runs OSX or IOS), bring your questions and your device and join us as we discuss their uses and your problems. 2:30 p.m................ Richard Laubenstein, Crew Chief of USA Bobsled/Skeleton, Salon I (details page 15) Tuesday, June 7 - Al Fresco Dinner Dining at Clubhouse 7 p.m..................... Organ Music with Kathy Collins, Brown Apartments Wednesday, June 8 9:30 a.m................ Intergenerational Sensory Garden Project, Sensory Garden Residents are needed to help in assisting the kindergarten students
with spring planting in 20
Call ext. 33205 to sign up for transportation for evening programs. our raised bed garden. 2 p.m..................... Genealogy Workshop, Square and Compass Room, FMCC 2 p.m..................... Episcopalian Open Service, Keystone Room Thursday, June 9 10 a.m. - 1 p.m...... Farm Market Day in HCC, Roosevelt Assembly Room 1-3:30 p.m............. Scrabble by the Rules, GLH Card Room (by shuffleboard court) 7 p.m..................... The Scribe, Deike Auditorium (details page 8) Friday, June 10 9 a.m.................... Coffee with Cindy, Keystone Room 1 p.m.................... Coffee with Cindy, Lodge Dining Room 10:30 a.m.............. Women's Support Group Special Singles, Keystone Room 2 p.m..................... Bingo, Louis Eisenlohr 2 p.m..................... Randy Riggle, Comedian, Keystone Room (details page 8) 7 p.m..................... Strawberry Social and The Malta Band, Brossman Ballroom (details page 8) Saturday, June 11 Sunday, June 12 2:30 p.m................ Raven Dance Recital, Deike Auditorium 5 p.m..................... Wine and Cheese Social, Keystone Room Monday, June 13 - Caribbean Event! 9:30-11:30 a.m...... MV Resident Giant and Darrenkamps Gift Card Sale, FMCC Atrium 1:30-3:30 p.m........ MV Resident Giant and Darrenkamps Gift Card Sale, Keystone Room 2 p.m.................... Book Club Meeting, Sell Chapel Parlor 2 p.m..................... Jay Smar, Folk and Coal Mining Songs, Keystone Room (details page 8) 2 p.m..................... Rebuilding My Life After 9/11, Deike Auditorium (details page 15) 4 p.m..................... Caribbean Dinner, Village Green Circle, RSVP needed (details page 10) 6:30 p.m................ Caribbean Extravaganza Steel Band, Formal Gardens (details page 9) Tuesday, June 14 8 a.m..................... Men's Freemasonry Discussion Group, Roosevelt Assembly Room 9 a.m..................... Coffee with Mark, Brown 11 a.m. ................. multiple sclerosis
Support Group, HCC Washington 1 Conference Room 5:30 p.m................ Bingo, GLH Assembly Room 7 p.m..................... Amaranth Meeting, Brossman Salon II 7 p.m..................... Jim Correnti, Pianist, Keystone Room (details page 8) Wednesday, June 15 9 a.m..................... Coffee with Mark, Smith North 9:30 a.m................ Intergenerational Sensory Garden Project, Sensory Garden (Resident work day) 10:30 a.m-12 p.m...Elder Abuse Awareness Day (details page 3) Visit one of the informational tables at the James Buchanan Clubhouse Lobby, Grand Lodge Hall (outside of the dining room), or the Heath Care Center (outside the Village Cafe) to see how you can make a difference. 2 p.m..................... Native American Flute and Piano Program, Brossman Salon 1 (details page 9) 21
On Campus Events and Happenings 3 p.m..................... Holy Communion, Keystone Room 3:30 - 5 p.m........... GLH Cocktail Social, GLH Solarium Thursday, June 16 10 a.m................... Andrew Jackson presented by Walt Cook, Keystone Room (details page 15) 10 a.m................... Bereavement Support Group, Sycamore North 1:30 p.m................ Computer Plus Club Meeting, Keystone Room Friday, June 17 1 p.m..................... June Birthday Party, GLH Rec Center, RSVP ext. 33277 by 6/10. 4 - 5:30 p.m........... Clubhouse Cocktail Social, Clubhouse Courtyard 7 p.m..................... Keystone Room Dance The String Crew will play all of your favorite dance tunes. Light refreshments. Saturday, June 18 1 p.m..................... Wilbur Buds, GLH Assembly Room 2 p.m..................... Bingo, Keystone Room 7:05 p.m................ Movie, "Little Boy," Deike Auditorium Starring Jakob Salvati, Emily Watson and David Henrie. An eight year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to end World War II so he can bring his father home. The story reveals the indescribable love a father has for his little boy and the love a son has for his father. Rated PG-13 with a run time of 1 hour and 46 minutes. Sunday, June 19 - Father's Day Monday, June 20 5:30 p.m................ Horseracing, FMCC Atrium 7 p.m..................... Treichler Lodge Meeting Tuesday, June 21 8 a.m..................... Shrine Club, Patton Campus 9 a.m..................... Men's Support Group, Keystone Room 6 p.m..................... Vocalist Sarah Stine, GLH Assembly Room (details page 9) Wednesday, June 22 9:30 a.m................ Intergenerational Garden Party 10 a.m................... Episcopalian Open Service, Keystone Room 2 p.m..................... Genealogy Workshop, Square and Compass Room, FMCC 1 p.m..................... Shakespeare and "The Taming of the Shrew," Patton Campus (details page 15) Thursday, June 23. 9:30 a.m................ Village Green Area Resident Council Meeting, Salon 2 10 a.m................... Jim Woodford, Heavenly Experiences, Keystone Room (details page 16) 1-3:30 p.m............. Scrabble by the Rules, GLH Card Room (by shuffleboard court) Friday, June 24 9 a.m..................... Coffee with Mark, Sycamore South 2 p.m..................... Bingo, Louis Eisenlohr 3:30 -5 p.m............ Happy Hour, Keystone Room 22
Enjoy the company of fellow residents. Drinks are made to order for a donation, and snacks are provided. All donations raised support the Tree of Life. 6:30 p.m................ Trivia Night with Bob Reigh, Lodge Dining Room Saturday, June 25 3 p.m..................... Wine and Cheese Social, GLH Recreation Room 7 p.m..................... Movie in the Keystone Room, "My Old Lady" Starring Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott Thomas and Maggie Smith. A New Yorker discovers that the vast Paris apartment he inherited from his estranged father is already occupied by a refined retiree and her protective daughter. Rated PG-13, with a run time of 1 hour 47 minutes. Sunday, June 26 9:30 a.m................ Patriotic Church Service, Brossman Ballroom (one church service this Sunday) Monday, June 27 Tuesday, June 28 5:30 p.m................ Bingo, GLH Assembly Room Wednesday, June 29 9:30 a.m................ Intergenerational Sensory Garden Project, Sensory Garden Residents are needed to help in assisting the kindergarten students with spring planting in our raised bed garden. Thursday, June 30 2 p.m..................... Bryan Herber, Deike Auditorium (details page 9) 4-5:30 p.m............ Eisenlohr Cocktail Social, Porch of Charles Eisenlohr Building
CRAFT CORNER CLASSES
The Craft Classes are open to all Retirement Living Residents. Call ext. 33277 for more information. We are asking that residents reserve a place in the craft classes. Please call ext. 33277 and let us know if you will be attending a class. There is also a minimum supplies fee.
Glass Fusing Classes Classes are held on Mondays at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesdays at 1 p.m. in the GLH Ceramics Room. If you are interested in attending this class, please call Rhonda at ext. 33277. (No class May 30.) Ceramics Class Every Tuesday Materials Cost $3 GLH Ceramics Room Class I: 8:30-11:00 a.m. Class II: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Decorative Plaque Family, the heart of so many memories. Thursday, June 9 Materials Cost $3 GLH Recreation Room Class I: 8:30-11:00 a.m. Class II: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Summer Themed Door Decoration Thursday, June 23 Materials Cost $3 GLH Recreation Room Class I: 8:30-11:00 a.m. Class II: 1:00-3:00 p.m. Jewelry Thursday, June 30 Materials Cost $3 GLH Recreation Room Class I: 8:30-11:00 a.m. Class II: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
2016 Lancaster Senior Games at Spooky Nook and Leisure Lanes
Patriotic Songs with Suzanne and Jim Friday, July 1 at 7 p.m. Deike Auditorium Picnics - Clubhouse and GLH Monday, July 4 Cruisin' the Village Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m. Brossman Parking Lot
UPCOMING EVENTS Zembo Shrine String Band Saturday, July 9 at 7 p.m. Deike Auditorium Lukens Band Concert Sunday, July 17 at 3 p.m. Deike Auditorium Blue Jeans and Barefoot in the Garden Tuesday, July 19 Formal Garden
Bainbridge Band Saturday, July 23 at 2:30 p.m. Deike Auditorium The Headliners Friday, July 29, 7-10 p.m. Brossman Ballroom
JMIS Games, H Hour, M Stretch