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The bus will depart for the Center Stage production of The Christians on Sunday, October 1 at 1:15.

 

The bus will depart for the BSO Classical Thursday series on Thursday, October 5 at 7:00

 

The bus will depart for the Everyman Theater production of M. Butterfly on Saturday, October 7 at 1:00.

 

The bus will depart for the BSO Pops Concert on Friday, October 13 at 7:00.

 

The bus will depart for the Vagabond Theater production of Little Shop of Horrors on Friday, October 27 at 7:00.


The bus will depart for the Everyman Theater production of Intimate Apparel on Saturday, October 28 at 1:00.

 

The bus will depart for the Shriver Hall concert series on Sunday, October 29 at 4:45.

 

 

Cape May

Due to severe weather in September we have rescheduled our Cape May trip for Tuesday, October 3, returning October 4.  Details of the trip have not changed. We will depart Edenwald at 8:00 headed for the Lewes Ferry Terminal.  Box lunches will be provided on the ferry. After a 90 minute ride we'll begin the tour of Cape May, NJ.  At Sunset Beach we’ll see the WWII observation tower and the sunken cement ship.  We'll see the Cape May Bird Observatory and Cape May Point State Park where the WWII Beach bunker is housed and the lighthouse, of course.  Next, head to Downtown Cape May to explore the beach/boardwalk, browse the many eclectic shops of Washington St. and view the beautiful Victorian architecture of historic Cape May.  Finally we'll cruise around the barrier islands of the Jersey Shore including Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Avalon, Townsend's Inlet, Sea Isle City, Strathmere and Ocean City.

 

After checking into The Beach Club Hotel in Ocean City, residents will have time to get dinner on their own and explore the board walk.  The evening is your time to do as you please.

 

Breakfast is included at the Beach Club Cafe, which begins at 8:30.  Hotel checkout is at 11:00, at which time we will depart for Edenwald.

 

Residents will have the choice of double occupancy ($140 pp) or single occupancy ($235 pp) rooms.  The cost includes all travel expenses, hotel and two meals. This trip is limited to 20, please sign up in the reservation book. There is still room available. This trip is rated Difficult.

 

Harpers Ferry

The history of Harpers Ferry has few parallels in the American Drama. It is more than one event, one date, or one individual. It is multi-layered involving a diverse number of people and events that influenced the course of our nation's history. Harpers Ferry witnessed the first successful application of interchangeable manufacture, the arrival of the first successful American railroad, John Brown's attack on slavery, the largest surrender of Federal troops during the Civil War, and the education of former slaves in one of the earliest integrated schools in the United States. Enjoy a guided tour on Thursday, October 12.

Our guided tour is approximately 2-2.5 hours in length and includes visits to significant historic locations that tell the story of geography and natural history, the John Brown Raid and Civil War, Meriwether Lewis at Harpers Ferry, Storer College, the Niagara Movement, transportation, waterpower and industry.  Once your Harpers Ferry Tour has concluded, you are free to dine at one of restaurants in the Lower Town, explore on your own and visit the museums and Bookshop.

 

The total cost of the trip is $20 to be billed to your account. The deadline to cancel is Thursday, September 21, after that you will be charged.  The bus will depart at 9:00 and return by 4:00.  Please note that this is a walking tour and some areas of the Park will have paths or uneven surfaces at times. Proper footwear is recommended. This trip is rated DIFFICULT.

 

 

Met Live: Die Zauberflote

Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden, Vienna, 1791. Die Zauberflote a sublime fairy tale that moves freely between earthy comedy and noble mysticism was written for a theater located just outside Vienna with the clear intention of appealing to audiences from all walks of life. The story is told in a Singspiel (“song-play”) format characterized by separate musical numbers connected by dialogue and stage activity, an excellent structure for navigating the diverse moods, ranging from solemn to lighthearted, of the story and score. The composer and the librettist were both Freemasons*the fraternal order whose membership is held together by shared moral and metaphysical ideals and Masonic imagery is used throughout the work. The story, however, is as universal as any fairy tale.

Approximate running time 3:09. The bus will depart for the Charles Theater at 12:00 and return by 5:00 on Saturday, October 14.  The total cost of the trip is $25, the deadline to cancel is Wednesday, October 4, after that your account will be charged.   This trip is rated Easy.

Annapolis

Join us on Tuesday, October 17 as we visit Annapolis.  We will tour both the Government House and the Maryland State House. 

 

Our tour will include the interior of Maryland’s historic State House and the country’s oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use.  Here you will view the Old Senate Chamber where in 1783 George Washington resigned as Commander-in-Chief and visit the chambers where each year Maryland’s General Assembly meets for 90 days.

 

 

Government House is the official residence of the governor of Maryland and his family. Government House is currently the home of Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., his wife, Yumi – an artist, teacher, and first- generation Korean-American – they have three daughters, Julie, Jaymi, and Kim.

 

For security reasons, all adults must have a photo identification card to enter the Maryland State House and Department of Legislative Services.  Please be prepared to have your purses and bags searched at the security desks in each building.  Everyone in the group will have to walk-through a metal detector in both buildings. 

 

Enjoy lunch at the Boatyard Bar and Grill.  The Boatyard is where local sailors, fishermen and lovers of the Chesapeake enjoy pint drinks and the freshest local seafood. Specialties include smoked fish of the day, cream of crab and Maryland crab soups and an extensive list of crab and seafood specialties.  Please select one of the following options when signing up.

 

Cream of Crab Soup and House Salad

Ocean City Inlet Flounder BLT

Ciabatta layered with crispy flounder, bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado, mango mayo and pepper jack cheese. Served with fries

Smoked Turkey Club

Thinly sliced smoked turkey piled high on our lightly toasted ciabatta roll smothered with red pepper mayonnaise. Topped with bacon, avocado, lettuce and tomato. Served with sweet potato fries.

 

The bus will depart at 8:30 and will return by 4:00.  The total cost of the trip is $25.  The deadline to cancel is Monday, October 9, after that your account will be charged.  Sign up in the reservation book. This trip is rated Difficult.

Western Maryland

Enjoy a two night getaway to beautiful Western, Maryland October 23-25.  Arrangements are being handled by Golden Travel Services. 

We will depart Edenwald at 11:30 and enjoy a brief stop at Hagerstown Premium Outlets for lunch on your own and time for shopping.  We’ll arrive at Rocky Gap Resort and Casino by 4:00.  The evening will be yours to do what you wish.

Continental breakfast is included at the resort.  At 10:30 we will depart for the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. From Cumberland it is an hour ride on the train to the Frostburg Depot. There we will have a 90 minute layover where you can visit the Thrasher Carriage Museum and watch the engine turn on the turn table. Passengers that do not want to stay for the entire layover or ride back on the train can ride the group shuttle back directly to the resort. The evening will again allow for free time and dinner on your own.

Again enjoy breakfast at the resort, before we depart for home at 11:00.  We will make a brief stop for lunch.

This trip includes the above itinerary, hotel accommodations, all tips and baggage handling are covered, $50 slot play per room and a travel escort.  The total cost of the trip is $745 double occupancy or $1,025 single occupancy.  We must have 10 in order to participate.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, October 13.  Sign up in the reservation book.

 

Dine out of the Dark!

As announced at last month’s Residents’ Association Meeting, we will have a planned power outage on Tuesday, October 24.  Since the dining rooms will be operating on a holiday schedule, we are offering 3 opportunities to dine at local restaurants.  Complete details and menu options are posted on the bulletin board and in the reservation book.

·        The bus will depart at 4:45 for the Pepper Mill, return by 7:00.

·        The bus will depart at 5:00 for Gunther & Co, return by 8:30.

·        The bus will depart at 5:30 for Basta Pasta, return by 8:00.

 

Coming Events

Sunday Worship

Sunday Worship will continue each Sunday in October in the auditorium at 3:00. All are welcome for worship, fellowship, and inspiration for the week ahead.

 

October 1 Rev. Emora Brannan

October 8 Rev. Jerry Todd

October 15 Rev. Jessica Sexton

October 22 Rev Ron Standiford

October 29 Rev. Edwin Ankeny

 

Glee Club

The Glee Club will meet for rehearsal on Monday afternoons at 1:30 in the auditorium. Please bring your music books with you.  Discover the satisfaction of vocalizing and singing together; a time to release anxiety and stress by joining the Glee Club!  

 

Backgammon

Backgammon is one of the oldest board games for two players, dating from the Byzantine Empire. A game that has been played for centuries has got to be fun! Don’t know how to play? We’ll teach you!

 

We will have 5 boards available each Monday at 2:30 in the Terraces Multipurpose Room.  Contact Zak Pindell at 410-616-8210 if you have any questions.

 

Readers Theater

We will continue to meet every Monday at 3:00 in the auditorium. You may join us, or you may come just to watch. At present, skits and short plays are being performed for members, followed by a critique or discussion.  

We are a Readers Theatre — we do not memorize. 

 

 

Edenforum

Baltimore: Monumental City

Join Baltimore historian and educator Wayne R. Schaumburg on Monday, October 2 at 7:30 in the auditorium for an illustrated talk entitled "Baltimore, the Monumental City."  With a collection of over 140 public monuments, Baltimore has more than lived up to the famous nickname of "monumental city" first used by President John Quincy Adams in 1827.  Whether to adorn public places or to honor, people, places, and events in history, Baltimore's monuments have fascinating stories to tell.  For example, why are there three monuments to Christopher Columbus, and what is Simon Bolivar, the liberator of South America, doing in Guilford?  Who is John Mifflin Hood, and which monument was said to be built by cigars?  What is the most touched monument in town, and did you know that Baltimore has an official monument honoring every single war in American history?  So, for evening of "monumental" thrills, please join us in October!

 

Duplicate Bridge

Duplicate bridge is played every Tuesday of the month at 12:30 in the Terraces multipurpose room.  For further information, contact Anne Engle or Virginia McLernon.

 

Bingo

A new Edenwald record was set on August 15, when nine-yes, nine bingo contestants all declared, “BINGO” at the same time!  Instead of the usual $5 payout, each of the happy nine winners won 75 cents!  The Bingo fun takes place every Tuesday at 7:30 in the auditorium-2 cards for $1.00! Come try YOUR luck! We will not play on Halloween, October 31.

 

Book Club

The Book Club will meet on Tuesday, October 3 to discuss Sacred and Stolen: A Confession of a Museum Director by Gary Vikan. We will meet in the 2nd floor dining room and lounge at 7:30.  Contact Patricia Owens at 410-828-4340 with any questions.

 

 

Documentary Film Series: The Brain

Neuroscientist David Eagleman explores the wonders of the human brain in an epic series that reveals the ultimate story of us, why we feel and think the things we do. This ambitious project blends science with innovative visual effects and compelling personal stories, and addresses some big questions. By understanding the human brain, we can come close to understanding humanity. See the series on Wednesdays at 1:30 in the auditorium.  Each episode is approximately one hour long.  The series is not rated.

 

October 4- Part 5 – Why do I need you?

October 11- Part 6 – Who will we be?

 

 

 

Bible Study

Everyone is invited to attend the weekly Bible class on Thursdays at 10:00 in the Terraces multipurpose room. Rev. Ron Standiford will be teaching from the book of Romans, showing how God provides faith and the means by which faith comes.

 

Amadi & Debby Azikiwe

Husband and wife duo Amadi and Debby Azikiwe will perform on Thursday, October 5 at 7:30 in the auditorium.

 

A native of New York City, violist Amadi Azikiwe enjoys a global, multi-faceted career and reputation, known for his stunning solo and recital performances, chamber music collaborations and community engagement events. He is also renowned as a violinist and conductor. Mr. Azikiwe was awarded the Performer’s Certificate from Indiana University, where he served as an Associate Instructor, and received his Master’s Degree.

 

 

Debby Azikiwe, pianist, is a native of Hong Kong. An active performer and teacher, she received her training in the US in such schools as Edgewood College, Santa Monica Community College and University of California at Santa Barbara. In the United States, Mrs. Azikiwe has performed extensively throughout Wisconsin, as accompanist in New York City, at James Madison University in Virginia, and served as guest faculty at the Bennington Chamber Music Conference in Vermont. She has also served as accompanist and teacher at the Mammoth Lakes Chamber Music Festival in California. 

 

Wine Tasting

First Friday of the month Wine Tasting will be held on Friday, October 6 in the auditorium.

 

Book Mobile

Look for the book mobile in the front of the building every Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30.  You can call ahead and reserve a book if you know which title you are looking for.  Just call the Mobile Library Service at 410-887-7586 or see Kelley for a reservation sheet.  When you call, be sure to have your library card number handy. Do take advantage of this wonderful service.  

 

BHC Meet and Greet

The congregants of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation are invited to a meet and greet with Rabbi Andrew Busch on Monday, October 9 at 2:45 in the 2nd floor dining room and lounge.

 

Rabbi Andrew Busch joined Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in 2008. His many areas of focus include worship, counseling, life cycle events, education and more. Rabbi Busch received a B.A. from Brandeis University and studied at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was ordained at the Hebrew Union College.

 

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Arte Flamenco

Edenforum is pleased to welcome the dancers of Arte Flamenco. Ms. Natalia Monteleon created Arte Flamenco while residing in New Orleans. The group achieved wide success, and was invited to return three years in a row to the world famous New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Upon relocating to Maryland, Ms. Monteleon re-created the company here.  See the dancers of Arte Flamenco on Monday, October 9 at 7:30 in the auditorium.

 

Because Flamenco is an art form rooted in a cultural basis, the company strives to present shows which both educate as well as entertain the audience. Great care is taken to retain authenticity and the highest caliber of talent is used, culled from local dancers, musicians and singers.

 

Linda’s Treasures

Linda’s Treasures Boutique is coming to you on Tuesday, October 10 from 11:00-3:00 in the auditorium.  There’s something for everyone.  See YOU there! Personal checks accepted.

 

Refreshing your Bridge Skills

Join instructor Toni Rosenblatt as she helps beginners and those that just need a refresher with their duplicate bridge skills.  This series of three courses, each 2 hours long will meet in the Terraces Multipurpose Room. 

We will meet at 6:30 on Wednesdays, October 11 and 18 and Thursday, October 26. 

 

The total cost of the class is $50 per person, to be billed to your account.  The deadline to cancel is Friday, October 6 after that your account will be charged.  Class is limited to 8. Sign up in the reservation book.

 

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Reading Jane Austen in America

Edenforum is pleased to welcome Juliette Wells on Wednesday, October 11 as she presents Reading Jane Austen in America at 7:30 in the auditorium.

 

Jane Austen's great popularity today, 200 years after her death, stands in contrast to the modest renown accorded her during her lifetime. This illustrated lecture presents the little-known stories of how, and by whom, Austen's novels were first read and appreciated in North America, from the earliest American edition of an Austen novel (Emma, printed in Philadelphia in 1816) to the collecting activities of the twentieth-century Baltimorean Alberta H. Burke.

 

Juliette Wells is the Elizabeth Conolly Todd Distinguished Professor of English at Goucher. She is the author of two books about Jane Austen and her readers, Reading Austen in America (forthcoming in October 2015) and Everybody's Jane: Austen in the Popular Imagination (2011), both of which highlight Goucher’s exceptional Jane Austen collection and its creator, alumna Alberta H. Burke. For Penguin Classics, Dr. Wells created reader-friendly 200th-anniversary editions of Austen’s novels Persuasion  (forthcoming in December 2017) and Emma (2015). Dr. Wells earned undergraduate degrees and an M.A. at the Johns Hopkins University and the Peabody Conservatory; she received her Ph.D. from Yale.

 

Salon Concert with Sam York

Salon concerts were a popular way in the 19th century for composers to perform for small audiences in intimate settings.  Inspired by that idea, we are pleased to host our Musician in Residence, Sam York for an intimate salon concert.  As an alternative to the conventional concert hall, this will give Sam an opportunity to share insight into his instrument, the oboe, and for the audience to directly interact with him.

 

Join us for this special event at 2:00 in the 2nd floor dining room on Thursday, October 12. Refreshments will be served.  The event will be limited to 20 and you must sign up in the reservation book. 

 

 

Computer Q&A with Alvin Miller

Alvin Miller connects his computer to the screen in the auditorium so all participants needing computer help can see what he is doing.  Alvin will answer a question from each person in turn.  He will offer answers to PC questions on Friday, October 13 from 10:00 to 11:00 in the auditorium. No sign up needed.

 

Residents’ Association Meeting

This month’s Residents’ Association meeting will be held on Friday, October 13 at 1:30 in the auditorium.  All residents are invited to attend.

 

Shabbat Service

Kabbalat Shabbat at Edenwald is an experience. It begins as congregants gather together with friends, bid farewell to the week that has passed, reconnect with one another and welcome Shabbat with joyous song.

 

On Friday, October 13 Cantor Ann Sacks will help us welcome Shabbat. Rabbi Floyd Herman will lead Shabbat on Friday, October 27. Service will be held this month at 4:00 in the Terraces Multipurpose Room.

 

Poker Club

The Poker Club will meet in September in the Terraces Multipurpose Room.  See you on October 13 & 27 from 7:00-9:00.  Contact Tom Morell for more information.

 

Eric Abrahamson

Eric Abrahamson, a ragtime pianist, comes from California where he regularly performs on Main Street in Disneyland.  He will talk about the history of ragtime and demonstrate the changes over the years, even showing how some of it was influenced by European composers. Don’t miss Eric Abrahamson on Friday, October 13 at 7:30 in the auditorium.

 

Coffee and Conversation

Want a great way to meet your neighbors?  Stop in on Saturday morning, October 14 from 10:30 to 11:30 in the 2nd Floor Dining Room and Lounge.  Hope to see you there!

 

Foreign Film Night: Marriage Italian Style

Domenico Soriano (Marcello Mastroianni) is about to marry, but when he learns that his mistress Filumena Marturano (Sophia Loren) is ill, he stays by her side, learning later that it was a ploy by her to get him to marry her instead. Starring Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Aldo Puglisi, Tecla Scarano, Maril Tolo, Gianni Ridolfi, Generoso Cortini, Vito Moricone, Rita Piccione, Lino Mattera. See the film on Monday, October 16 at 7:30 in the auditorium. Not Rated. Running time 1hr 35min.

 

Just Bead It!

Join Bead It instructor Cindy Patarini for a jewelry making session on Tuesday, October 17 at 1:30 in the 2nd floor dining room.  The class includes hands on instruction and all materials.  The total cost of the class is $10 to be billed to your account.  The deadline to cancel is Tuesday, October 10 after that you will be charged.  Sign up in the reservation book.

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Films that Changed America

Edenforum is pleased to welcome Marc Lapadula on Thursday, October 19 at 7:30 in the auditorium as he presents Films that Changed America.

 

While most works of cinema are produced for mass-entertainment and escapism, a peculiar minority have had a profound impact on our culture. Whether intentionally or not, some movies have brought social issues to light, changed laws, forwarded ideologies both good and bad, and altered the course of American history through their resounding impact on society:

The Jazz Singer

I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang

The Graduate

The Wild Bunch

Easy Rider

The French Connection

The Exorcist

Jaws

The China Syndrome

Annie Hall 

Philadelphia

 

Marc Lapadula is a Senior Lecturer in the Film Studies Program at Yale University. He is a playwright, screenwriter and an award-winning film producer. In addition to Yale, Marc has taught at Columbia University's Graduate Film School, created the screenwriting programs at both The University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins where he won Outstanding Teaching awards and has lectured on film, playwriting and conducted highly-acclaimed screenwriting seminars all across the country at notable venues like The National Press Club, The Smithsonian Institution, The Commonwealth Club and The New York Historical Society. He has been an expert script analyst for film studios in major Hollywood lawsuits.

 

Oktoberfest

Edenwald Oktoberfest Night celebration with German Beers, Wines, Appetizers at 4:30 outside of the auditorium on Friday, October 20. Then a German-themed dinner menu in all dining venues!

 

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Comparing the U.S. in the 30’s to Modern Times

Edenforum is pleased to welcome Bill Barry on Monday, October 23 at 7:30 in the auditorium as he presents Comparing the U.S. in the 30’s to Modern Times.

 

Bill Barry was the Director of Labor Studies for CCBC from 1997-2012, and helped put the “move” back into the labor movement.  Barry is the author of two books directed at building the union movement. In 2008, he published I Just Got Elected—Now What? A New Union Officer’s Handbook and in 2009, he published Union Strategies for Hard Times: Helping Your Members and Building Your Union in the Great Recession and his newest book, From First Contact to First Contract: A Union Organizer’s Handbook.
           

He has written for labor magazines and his op-ed article for The Baltimore Sun on Labor Day, 2005, has been widely reprinted. His Labor Day editorial runs annually on WYPR-FM.

 

Flu Vaccines

The flu season is fast approaching and Austin Pharmacy will be coming to Edenwald to administer the flu vaccine again this year.

 

Residents must complete a consent form in order to receive a flu vaccination. Consent forms will be available in the Medical Suite prior to the flu clinic.  Please have your consent form completed and with you on the day of your flu shot. You also need your Medicare card to ensure proper reimbursement.

 

Again this year, higher dose shots of the flu vaccine will be given to all residents, resulting in a stronger immune response.

 

Pneumococcal (pneumonia) vaccines will not be offered this year at the flu vaccine clinics.  Speak directly with your doctor or any local pharmacy to determine if you need the pneumococcal vaccines and when they should be given. Any local pharmacy and many doctors’ offices can administer the pneumonia vaccines.

 

Flu shots are offered on Wednesday, October 25, for odd-numbered floors and on Wednesday, November 1, for even-numbered floors. Both sessions will be held in the auditorium from 12:00 to 4:00.  Again this year, Southerly Place residents will have their own flu vaccine clinic held on Southerly Place on November 1 at 2:00. If Southerly Place residents have questions about their flu clinic, they should see their unit manager.  If you cannot make these times, most nearby pharmacies are also offering the vaccine. If you have any questions, please contact the Medical Suite at 410-339-6251.  Thank you!

 

Let’s Write!

Let’s Write!  Edenwald’s writing group meets at 3:30 on Wednesday, October 25 in the Terrace Multipurpose Room. Your writing can be a journal entry, poetry, fiction, an op-ed piece, or essays containing memories from your past or thoughts about people or events for the present, visits to memorable places, encounters with unusual people, humorous incidents or recollections of friends or relatives that you treasure.  Writers are asked to bring eight copies of pieces to be read to the group. Listeners are welcome and may join the discussion. Sessions last one hour. Those who attend our meetings are also invited to have dinner and conversation with other Let’s Write! members at 5:30 in the Valley Room.

 

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Changes in Modern Art

Edenforum is pleased to welcome Raoul Middleman on Wednesday, October 25 at 7:30 in the auditorium.

Raoul Middleman is known for his expressive painterly landscapes, cityscapes, still lifes, and narratives. His paintings can be found in private and public collections, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art; National Gallery of Art; Baltimore Museum of Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art; National Academy of Design; Johns Hopkins Hospital; New York Public Library; and Syracuse University. He is internationally collected in Italy, France, Germany and Scotland.

Raoul Middleman is currently a painting teacher at the Maryland Institute College of Art, beginning in 1961, and was the Painting Department Chair from 1974-1978.

Readers Theater Presents Oklahoma!

Don’t miss Thursday, October 26! You’ll hear great Broadway music, perhaps the best ever, in a show that features such wonderful songs as Oh, What Beautiful Morning, Surrey with the Fringe on Top, I can’t Say No, and Oklahoma, plus many more written by Rodgers and Hammerstein. And you wouldn’t want to miss our famous singing stars Jack Gillett, Ramona Guth, Miriam Hack, Al Shackman, Mitzi Swan, Elsie Tyrala, Jeannette Marx and Alan Shecter.

 

Musical Artist Theater Presents: Annie Get Your Gun

Enjoy a live stage production and mini musical version of the classic Annie Get Your Gun on Friday, October 27 at 7:30 in the auditorium, featuring Michael and Ruth Hulett.

 

Annie Oakley and sharpshooter Frank Butler compete for love and top billing in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. The hilarious story of their tumultuous rivalry and romance inspired Irving Berlin to write some of his best-loved songs. Presented in scenes with dialogue and costumes, you’ll delight to Doin’ What Comes Naturally, You Can't Get A Man With A Gun, They Say It's Wonderful, I Got The Sun In The Morning And The Moon At Night, An Old Fashioned Wedding, Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better, and Broadway’s greatest anthem There's No Business Like Show Business.

 

Named Baltimore’s Premier Theatrical Couple, the wife and husband team of Ruth and Michael Hulett starred together in The Music Man, Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me Kate, My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, Camelot, Annie Get Your Gun, Oliver!, Gigi, Ragtime, The Secret Garden, Show Boat, and I Do! I Do!

 

Movement Disorders

On Monday, October 30 we welcome Dr. Edward Swanton at 7:30 in the auditorium to discuss movement disorders. 

 

Dr. Swanton will discuss common motor symptoms of Parkinson's Disease (PD) and introduce common non-motor symptoms of PD (hallucinations and delusions).  He will explore how you can talk to your doctor about your symptoms and discuss various treatment options for motor and non-motor symptoms.

 

 

Dr. Edward Swanton is a graduate of The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and completed his residency in Psychiatry and Internal Medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.  Dr. Swanton is board certified in General and Geriatric Psychiatry and remains board eligible in Internal Medicine. Dr. Swanton served in many positions of clinical, educational and deployed psychiatric services during his 26 years with the United States Army.  After his years of military practice, Dr. Swanton relocated to Baltimore, Maryland where he joined a practice in Geriatric Psychiatry. He also works at Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers as a Director.

 

Murder Mystery

An annual Halloween meeting of ghouls turns "deadly" - all the little monsters come out, along with the princesses and super heroes of the more modern world. A villain, named 'X', is on the loose and wants to take over the world. Suspects abound with monsters to the left, mortals to the right, and detectives stuck in the middle with YOU in this audience-interactive thriller.

 

Between acts a three course meal will be served.  Also included in your admission will be two drink tickets to be used for wine or our signature cocktail. Menu TBA.

 

Join us on Tuesday, October 31 for our first murder mystery dinner theatre!  Please sign up in the reservation book.  The total cost is $40 and will be billed using your declining balance dollars.  The deadline to cancel is Thursday, October 12, no refunds will be issued after this date. Costumes are encouraged!

 

 

Wellness Matters

 

Yoga class is back on Thursdays at 11:00

 

Exercise class punch card- This is your chance for more tickets for the door prize drawings on October 24th. For every three exercise class, pool, or fitness center visits you get one ticket for the door prize drawings at the pool party on October 24th.

 

Patapsco State Park October 19th from 12:30-3:30 October’s walk takes us to Patapsco State Park. This trail is paved with benches and some gentle hills. Sign up in the reservation book.

 

Do you know what you will do on October 24th? Come to the all-day pool party! There will be a special aqua exercise class, games, and door prizes. See signs by fitness center and pool later this month for the full schedule of events.

 

Due to lack of participation, 1:15 Wednesday Balance is suspended.

 

Stair Climbing

If you live in the Towers and peek out your door on Wednesday mornings, you may see a small group of people walking by. It’s the stair climbing group, and they are always looking for new members. Here are some things they think you should know:

·        We climb a flight of stairs and walk from one end of the hallway to the other.

·        We typically only do one floor at a time.

·        It is perfectly acceptable to go home after one or two floors.

The group sets out from Marianne’s office promptly at 9:00 and finishes at approximately 9:20 each Wednesday, rain or shine.