Friday Bulletin

April 9, 2021


We are now in Phase 3 of reopening. For all events where audiences are permitted, attendance is now limited according to room capacity.
Please remember to wear a mask.

Please note: Routine weekly activities that do not have changing descriptions will be listed in the calendar only.

Important Note/Signing Up for Events
: If you are signing up for more than one event, please give a written list to Nancy, or send her an email at

Announcements for the bulletin (including staff announcements) will be automatically deleted after three weeks, unless instructed otherwise.

Residents–if you do not want your birthday announced in the Bulletin, please submit this information to Ricki, ext. 3628.

Residents—please let us know if you are starting your programs back up. Please submit a new Room Reservation form to Mary Boyer, since the programs are limited in attendance by COVID regulations and setups may be different.

Upcoming Events

April 9 (Friday) 9:00-2:30
Trip to Clarksburg Outlets (Montgomery County): For registrants. On the day of the trip, please take your cell phone with you for all trips so we can reach you, if needed.

April 9 (Friday) 10:00 Library
Book Club: April’s Book Club selection will be The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson. Please note location change.

April 9 (Friday) & April 17 (Saturday) 10:00–2:00
Treasure Shop: It is finally time to enjoy Vacation, Travel, Beach, Picnic, Camping, and Lighthouse Days at the Treasure Shop. We are featuring a great set of golf clubs with the carrier. All shoppers must be masked and socially distanced.

April 9 (Friday) 10:15 M&G Room
Total Brain Health CANCELED: Lesson 9 “The A.M. Principle: Meaning.” This class teaches the value of meaning to improving learning and memory with a pair-based workout. This class will be rescheduled for Friday, April 16.

*NEW–April 10 (Saturday) 10:30 CH 971
Bob Boguslaw Rock Creek Trio Concert Reshowing: Due to technical difficulties, the Rock Creek Trio’s virtual performance last Saturday was unsuccessful. The Concert Committee is very sorry for the production failure. The concert has been rescheduled for Saturday morning April 10 at 10:30 am to avoid disruption to existing scheduled programs on CH 971. The Committee hopes that the concert can be viewed successfully on CH 971. The program will consist of music by Brahms and Mozart for piano, violin, and cello.

*NEW–April 12 (Monday) 1:15 CH 971
April 14 (Wednesday) 10:15 CH 971
Live Discussion April 16 (Friday) 1:15 AUD and CH 971
Great Decisions: We will view our final episode of the season “The End of Globalization” with the showing of the DVD on the above topic on Monday at 1:15 pm and on Wednesday at 10:15 am. You may want to read the Briefing Book over the weekend. There are two briefing books in the Library for your use. Live Discussion will be on Friday, April 16. The Discussion Live program involves conversation (dialogue) from a number of individuals seated in the Auditorium and a larger number of residents watching television from their homes. The sign-up sheet to attend in the Auditorium will be posted near the door of the Auditorium or on the Resource desk.
Great Decision’s Briefing Books and eBooks: A limited number of books are available for purchase for $32. Make your checks out to Great Decisions of Mid Maryland. You can purchase an eBook from Amazon or Barnes and Noble for a cost of $22.99.
Click here for more information about Week 8.

April 12 (Monday)
Residents’ Photo Gallery: 
The next exhibit of photographs made by Fairhaven residents will be displayed on Monday, April 12. The subject/theme/challenge for April is “National Parks.” As with all the suggested subjects, we hope to spark your creative juices to interpret the subject in your own way.
To facilitate the process of hanging the prints, it is important to have all entries available before they go on the wall. For that reason, it has been the practice that photos are brought to the display area on Sunday evening. They can be placed on the floor along the wall outside the Fitness Room. Complete guidelines for displaying photos are posted on the Gallery wall.
To assist in planning for coming displays, here are the subjects:
April – National Parks
May – Recreation – doing what you enjoy…
June – My best picture… in association with the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery
Please suggest themes! We are gathering ideas for themes for the year beginning in September 2021. If you have an idea for a monthly theme, send Don Stevens-Rayburn an email at or call and leave a message (ext. 3084). The only restriction is that the theme should not be too specific.

Spring Fairhaven Walking Groups begin April 13th on Tuesdays and Thursdays:
10:00 Tuesdays, Trail Blazers: A low-to moderate-intensity, 30–45-minute hike through Fairhaven’s groomed trails with periodic, informative stops. Hikes are passionately led by resident trail expert, Allen Brougham. Recommended for most fitness levels and abilities but not for those who rely on rollators or chairs.
10:00 Thursdays, Garden Strollers: A low-intensity, 20–30-minute stroll around campus with periodic, informative stops while learning about residential and common gardens and horticulture. Recommended for all levels & abilities, including mobility impaired.
The primary meeting location will be the Mall Lane covered walkway. We will begin each session with stretching and balance practice. Masks are required to be worn while maintaining social distancing. If you have questions or would like to register, please contact Sam, Fitness Trainer, at ext. 1396 or

*NEW–April 14 (Wednesday) 10:45 AUD
Music Listeners presents a video concert by Oscar Peterson, a jazz pianist virtuoso and composer who was called the “Maharaja of the keyboard” by Duke Ellington, and informally in the jazz community as “the King of inside swing” He released over 200 recordings, won seven Grammy Awards, as well as a lifetime achievement award from the Recording Academy, and received numerous other awards and honors. He is considered one of history’s great jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years. (Sign up at reception desk by calling ext. 8800. Also, on CH 971).

*NEW–April 14 (Wednesday) 1:00–3:00 AUD
Community Garden Meeting: We are very excited about approval for construction of 8 new raised beds, extension of water wipes, and handicap-accessible pathways. This construction will begin around mid-April and take approximately two weeks to finish. During construction, the community garden will be locked to all gardeners for safety reasons. We encourage every gardener to clean up their beds. If you want your bed to be tilled please sign up on the sheet that is on the bulletin board by the Music & Game Room.
There are still some cabbage and broccoli plants for sale ($1 per plant or 5 plants for $4). Call JoAnn Russo at ext. 8403 to get your plants. We are looking forward to summer plants in early May and the price will be the same as the cabbage and broccoli plants. If you have not signed up for summer plants, you can request plants on the Music & Game Room bulletin board.
If you want to participate in the Tomato Contest in August, please sign up on the Music & Game Room bulletin board.
All of this and more will be discussed at the April 14 meeting. If you cannot attend the meeting, you can contact Sue Aldape ext. 3005, John Kwedar ext. 3134, or JoAnn Russo ext. 8403.

April 14 (Wednesday) 7:15 p.m. AUD
Performing Arts: Performing Arts presents The Ukulele Brothers as our first entertainment of 2021. Harvey Feldman (who many of you know) will be playing the baritone ukulele, as well as singing a number of the songs, while Roland Dorsey will accompany him on a ukulele bass. Together they have put together a nostalgic list of tunes from the ’20s, ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, and many other favorites of ours. (If interested in attending, please sign up with Nancy at the reception desk. Seating will be socially-distanced and masks will be required.)

*NEW–April 15 (Thursday) 12:15 CH 971
Bible Study: A new Bible Study series will begin, called “Anxious for Nothing.”

April 15 (Thursday) 3:00 Leighton Room
Cervantes’ Don Quixote: a lecture by Marianne Strong. This major work stands at the junction of a world of belief and faith and an emerging world of science, reason, and materialism. Our discussion will focus on the adventures of Don Quixote that illustrate this change of world view and that portray the pros and cons of each. Our discussion will debate Quixote as a tragic or a comic hero and define the qualities that have made him so enduring a hero. We will read key selections in class. If you wish to read on your own, you might try the following: Walter Starkie’s abridged version. The following chapters are key: I, III, IV, VII. Sign up with Nancy at the reception desk.

*NEW–April 16 (Friday) 10:15 Music & Game Room
Total Brain Health: This lesson will be the “A.M. Principle: Meaning.” It will teach how the value of meaning improves learning and memory.

*NEW–April 17 (Saturday) 1:30 AUD
Fairhaven Opera presents Franz Lehar’s The Merry Widow, an operetta which has enjoyed extraordinary international success ever since its 1905 premiere in Vienna. The libretto is based on an 1861 comedy play about a rich widow, and her countrymen’s attempt to keep her money in the principality by finding her the right husband. This Metropolitan Opera production starring Renee Fleming is a collaboration between opera and the Broadway musical, featuring stars from both stages, lively music, great melodies, energetic dancing, and gorgeous costumes. Leave a note in open box C-139 if you would like a synopsis and other information about the opera. Sign up with Nancy at the reception desk.

*NEW–April 19 (Friday) 10:00 Leighton Room
Fairhaven Poetry and Prose: This group includes not only writers but readers and listeners who enjoy poetry, prose, or both. If you have a poem or a prose piece which either you have written, or have particularly enjoyed reading, please bring it to share. For more information, please call Ed Waters at ext. 8466. Masks will be required. Sign up for this event at the reception desk.

April 20 (Tuesday) 10:00 Leighton Room
Third Tuesday Discussion (Mid-Spring and Summer Flowers): Zoom presentation by Carrie Engel from Valley View Farms about various aspects of seasonal plantings, including the upcoming cicada visit. Carrie is seen weekly on WBAL Channel 11 TV presenting tips for local gardeners. There is a limit of 13 who can be present in the Leighton room. An unlimited number of people can join via Zoom. If you sign up for Zoom, provide your e-mail and you will be sent a link to the meeting.
Third Tuesday discussions on a variety of topics are usually no longer than 45 minutes with some time for questions afterward. Residents, as well as outside speakers who are friends of residents, will be presenting. If you would like to share with other residents an interest, hobby, or experience you have had, please call Marcia Poling at ext. 3208.

*NEW–April 21 (Wednesday) 2:00 Cox Room
Widowhood Support group will meet on Wednesday April 21, 2021 at 2 pm in the Cox Room.

*NEW–April 21 (Wednesday) 1:30 AUD & CH 971
Town Hall Meeting: Town Hall with Lon Kieffer will take place in the Auditorium and will be televised on CH 971. If you miss the meeting, it can be viewed at:

April 22 (Thursday) 9:00–2:30
Trip to FSK Mall/Frederick:  Please sign up at the main reception desk. Limit of 15 people. Registration begins April 5. On the day of the trip, please take your cell phone with you for all trips so we can reach you, if needed. Give your cell phone number to the receptionist when you sign up.

April 27 (Tuesday) 7:15 p.m. AUD
A Zoom lecture on Immigration will be presented featuring Mary C. Waters, PVK Professor of Arts and Sciences and the John L. Loeb Professor of Sociology at Harvard University. Mary has taught at the university since 1986 and is presently co-directing the RISK Project which is a study of the physical and mental health of survivors of hurricane Katrina. With a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, Waters has received numerous awards due to her many books and articles pertaining to immigration. The topic she will address deals with immigration – what works and what needs fixing. This is obviously a pertinent subject in today’s news.
To attend this lecture please sign up at the main reception desk. Limit of 20 allowed; this lecture can also be viewed on CH 971.

April 29 (Thursday) 11:30
Sweet Simplici-Tea, Historic Downtown Sykesville:  Join us for tea and lunch at Sweet Simplici-Tea in Historic Downtown Sykesville. This is a perfect place to relax and enjoy tea and lunch with your friends. Sweet Simplici-Tea has been reserved for Fairhaven residents only on this day. After lunch, you may browse the gifts. There is easy access to the Tea Room & Gift Shop – no steps. Please sign up at the Front Desk beginning Tuesday, April 6 – Wednesday, April 21. No money at registration.  Everyone will receive a separate check at the tea room. Limited to 15 residents. Please see trip flyer in your open box for more details and menu choices.

April 29 (Thursday) 1:15 Acts-centuate the Positive: Swallowing and Hydration on CH 971 ONLY
Watch on CH 971 for our third rehab seminar of the year! As we continue to Acts-centuate the Positive, please watch this presentation to learn how important swallowing and hydration are to your wellness. Up to 38% of older adults living independently and up to 68% of adults in long-term care have difficulty with swallowing, and we all are guilty of not drinking enough water at one time or another! Your Acts Rehab Therapy team is here to serve YOU, and allow you to THRIVE as much as possible, from head to toe!

*NEW–Starting May 2–June 12
Ruth Dodge Art Gallery Quilt Display: The art gallery on the ground floor of Beasman will feature your artistic talents with a quilt display from May 2–June 12. Please contact Olive Blue at ext. 3076 with the name of each of your quilts by April 26. All size quilts are accepted, except full quilts. Please deliver quilts to Olive or Margy Zabriskie.


*NEW–Reminder–FRA Dues: If you signed up in January for the FRA quarterly dues payments, your second quarter payment is due on April 15. Please return your payment (checks preferred; made payable to the Fairhaven Residents’ Association) for $15 (single) or $30 (couple) to the black Fairhaven Residents’ Association mailbox outside the library door entrance. Please contact the FRA Treasurer at ext. 3118 if you have forgotten what you signed up for in January.

*NEW–Flag Donations: The ten flags that were donated were taken to the American Legion for proper disposal. Thank you for your donations.

*NEW–Revised Pet policy was distributed to all known pet owners. If you have a pet(s) and were missed, please pick up your copy and forms at Front Desk. Residents who sometimes have pets visiting them should pick up a copy, but do not need to submit form. Any other resident who is interested in having a copy of the policy may pick up one at the Front Desk.  This policy will eventually become part of the Residents’ Handbook, which is being revised for publication later this year.

*NEW–COMCAM and the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery Team Up: This summer, COMCAM (Computers and Cameras Group) and the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery are sponsoring a combined show of photographs by both residents and staff of Fairhaven. We are soliciting framed photographs of any size from 8” x 10” up to 18” x 24” on any subject that you wish. Photographs will be hung both in the Art Gallery on the brick wall and on the COMCAM Photo Wall outside the Fitness Center.

The first set of photos will be hung on Monday, June 14. If we get enough response, the display will be swapped out and a second set of photographs will be hung on Monday, July 26th; otherwise, we will leave the original photos up all summer. This schedule means that you only have two months to choose your best photos and to get them ready to be displayed.

Please begin looking through your photograph collection for suitable pictures to enter the exhibition. Remember that the LaFollette Memorial Digital Studio can print your photos in sizes up to 13” x 19” for a nominal fee.

We will begin accepting photographs on May 31st. To be included in the first showing, your photograph must be received by Wednesday, June 9th.

Both Fairhaven residents and staff are encouraged to submit photographs for this exhibition!

*NEW–COMCAM talks on computing and photography? COMCAM (Computers and Cameras Group), as well as sponsoring COMCAM Office Hours, managing the Photo Wall (outside the Fitness Center) and the LaFollette Digital Photography Studio, prior to the onset of the pandemic, held monthly talks on topics relating to computers (and other digital devices) and on photography. However, even before the pandemic forced suspension of those talks, interest seemed to be waning. Now that the pandemic has eased enough that we can resume the talks, we would like to find out if there is enough interest that it makes sense to do so.

If you have an interest in monthly talks on computing (including smart phones, tablets, etc.) and/or photography please send an email to Don Stevens-Rayburn (, call him at x3084, or leave a note in his open box (C-16). Please include any ideas you might have for meeting topics.

Acts Legacy Foundation News: Hello, Fairhaven Residents! It is hard to believe that Spring is upon us, but I hope you are ready for warmer weather and more sunshine in the days and weeks ahead!
I want to let you know that I (Caitlin Christ) will be out on maternity leave starting this month, returning in early July. For general inquiries about the Acts Legacy Foundation in my absence, please e-mail or call (877) 287-0799.
If you need immediate assistance with making a contribution in support of Fairhaven, please contact Ray Boyle, Managing Director of the Acts Legacy Foundation, at or (267) 787-4156.
I sincerely look forward to reconnecting with you and seeing your faces around the community this summer. Thank you for all that you do in support of the Fairhaven community and the Acts Legacy Foundation! —Caitlin Christ, Regional Foundation Director

Plant Committee Volunteers Wanted: Do you have a spare hour or two a week? The plant committee is looking for one or two volunteers to help with the watering and care of the plants on the lower level of Beasman. Please call Linda Graves at ext. 3090 if you can help. Keep the Beasman beautiful!

Audio/Visual team volunteers needed: Due to the increased number of resident programs needing A/V support, the team could use some additional volunteers to spread the load around. If you have any experience, that’s a plus; however, if you are willing and would like to learn, the team will support and train you. Please contact Bill Chatterton at ext. 3203.

Carroll Hospital’s Auxiliary is having their Month of Fashion Raffle with prizes valued from $50 to $100, with one ticket to be drawn daily from April 1–April 30, excluding Sundays. The ticket pulled from all ticket sales (there are also participants from outside of Fairhaven) wins whatever is indicated on that date of the calendar. Calendars are available and one is posted on the Boutique’s front window. In the past years, we’ve had 2 to 3 Fairhaven residents and/or staff as winners. Tickets are $5 for 1 or $10 for 3, and are sold in the Beasman Boutique. All proceeds go to the Carroll Hospital’s Vision 2020 construction projects. Tickets continue to be sold during the month of April, but your chances of winning lessen as the month progresses. Boutique hours are 11 am through 1 pm on Mon, Wed, & Fri. FUTURE WINNERS: COME IN AND PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS!

We are currently looking for IL Residents to volunteer as WATER SERVERS for the HCC in Pine View, Willow View and Cherry View at 10:00 am or 2:00 pm.  A date to start has not been set yet because we are still in the recruitment stages. Please contact Kitty Bowles at ext. 3736, if you have any questions or concerns.

Submissions for Inkling’s 2021 Summer/Fall Issue: The Editorial Board of Fairhaven’s semi-annual literary magazine invites all residents to submit articles for consideration for publication. All must be the original work of the submitter, whether prose, poetry, fact, or fiction. The Board reviews submitted articles anonymously and judges them on literary merit. Approved submissions are included in the upcoming issue. Articles may be submitted via email (preferably) to Buzz Baker at or to open box C-022.

Special Town Hall Q&A Link: If you missed the Special Town Hall that took place on March 23, it can be viewed at the following link:

Emotional Well-Being and Mental Health Resource Committee: Handouts related to sleep issues may be found on the Resource Desk in the Beasman Center and in the Uplands Lounge.

The Fairhaven events Scrapbook for 2020 has arrived! It is in book format, produced with Shutterfly, and may be found on the glass table in the Beasman Lounge. Please do not remove it from this area.

Scams: We have been letting you know of the latest scams for the past few months. We cannot stress enough the importance of not giving out any personal information to anyone over the phone, through email, or by mail. Using some issue that the scammer believes you will respond to, he/she may ask for social security number or credit card number, etc. They will try to build your trust. If they get your social security number, they can open accounts in their name and possibly steal your identity. Be suspicious of these calls.
To report fraud and get support, the National Elder Fraud Hotline can be reached at 833-372-8311, or at

COMCAM Office Hours: Due to the pandemic, Office Hours operate by appointment only. To make an appointment, email Don Stevens-Rayburn at (preferred) or call x3084 to set up a time to meet. In your email, please describe your problem as fully as possible as it may be possible to resolve your problem by return email.
Meetings will occur in the Resident Computer Lab on the ground floor of the Beasman Center or in your own cottage or apartment. For each appointment, Don or another techie will meet a single resident and masks must be worn.

Sales and Marketing Team’s New Neighbors Program: Earn $2,500 for every friend who moves in! Help keep your community strong, vibrant, and filled with your favorite people. Imagine if your friends also lived here so you could share the Acts Fairhaven lifestyle together.
It is easy to do with our resident referral program. Just encourage friends who have not yet contacted the community to come experience our lifestyle firsthand.
For every person you refer, we’ll enter you into a quarterly drawing to win an Amazon Echo. If your friends move into an Acts community, you will receive a one-time credit to your monthly fee for $2,500. (Only friends who have not contacted the community previously are eligible.)
Write the name of a friend on a referral card.  Submit your card to the Move-in Coordinator, Lisa Gambardella.

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Receiving Bulletins: If you receive bulletins and notices via email, but you would prefer to receive a hard copy, notify Mary Boyer at ext. 3809 so a green dot can be placed on your mailbox.

Morning newspapers: If you do not receive your morning newspaper, you may call 443-692-9011 by 10 am and they will deliver your paper that day.

Mail: If you receive mail that does not belong to you, please drop it in the secure cabinet behind the Resource Desk on the ground floor; there is a slot on the top. Also, if you notice that you have someone else’s mail after you return home, please bring it back. Because this is US Mail, we must return it to our mail carrier to lock it in the correct mailbox.

Transportation and Shopping: You must sign up for the shopping trips at the Main Reception Desk (Nancy ext. 8800). With Phase 3 of Covid-19 response, transportation services have returned to normal operations; social distancing will be accommodated as much as possible for those who request it. Masks must be worn!

Important Notice Regarding BB&T Bank: Cheryl Wheeler and Sandy Womer are still working out of the Mt. Airy Branch. If you need to call them, their phone number is 1-301-829-5420. If you need to mail a deposit, the address is 443 E. Ridgeville Blvd., Mt. Airy, MD 21771.

Worship Services

April 9 (Friday) 3:00 & 7:00 p.m. CH 971  Special Movie – Amish Grace: This is a fact-based drama based on the aftermath of a shooting at an Amish school in Pennsylvania. Through the eyes of the devastated families, the film explores the Amish community’s astonishing reaction to the horrific shootings—one of forgiveness and compassion.

April 11 (Sunday) Worship Service CH 971 ONLY
10:30  Prelude
11:00  Worship Service
– The Rev. Carol Burnside – CH 971 ONLY
Click here to view the ecumenical service bulletin.

April 16 (Friday) 3:00 & 7:00 CH 971  Movie –  Fireproof: In the wake of his daring rescue of a stranger, decorated firefighter Caleb Holt (Kirk Cameron) realizes he has failed as a husband. He tries to save his relationship with his wife, Catherine (Erin Bethea), by turning to “The Love Dare,” a Christian self-help book. He embarks on a 40-day mission to rescue his marriage.

April 16 (Friday) 4:30  Zoom Shabbat Gathering with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman.

Culinary Services

No announcements this week.

Library Announcements

Federal Tax Forms. If you need hardcopies of tax forms that you cannot find in the library, they can be found and printed at:
The library does not receive state tax forms from Maryland. For Maryland state tax forms, please visit the following link and print out your forms:
The deadline for filing federal taxes in 2021 is May 17. Maryland state tax deadline has been moved to July 15.



Quote of the Week

“In the spring, I have counted 136
different types of weather inside of 24 hours.”
– Mark Twain

Happy Birthday

April 13 —  Joan Farquharson
April 15 —  Doris Pinkham
April 16 —  Wayne Selleck
April 17 —  Albert Huber
 Tracy Wilder

In Loving Memory

Mr. Stanley Raffel
March 19, 1927–April 4, 2021



All submissions for the next Friday Bulletin are due to Ricki Hunsinger
no later than Tuesday at 11 am. Email your submissions to We are sorry, but we cannot accept late submissions.

Calendar of Activities
Week of April 11, 2021

Channel 970 airs activities, menus, & announcements non-stop; they are read aloud 9:30 am weekdays.

For events where audiences are permitted, attendance is now limited according to room capacity.*

*Room limits are listed in the room abbreviation list at the end of this calendar.

Sunday, April 11
10:30 CH 971 Music Prelude
11:00 CH 971 Worship Service
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Ladder 49

Monday, April 12
9:00 CH 971 Yoga Strength and Balance DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning live
1:00 CRD Men’s Poker
1:15 CH 971 Great Decisions: The End of Globalization DVD
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Sherlock Holmes
3:00 M&G Comparative Religion: Do We Have Free Will?
4:30 M&G Wii Bowling

Tuesday, April 13
9:00 CH 971 Muscle Toning DVD
10:00 Trail Blazers Hiking Group
10:00-12:00 FRA Conf Rm FRA Office Hours
10:00–12:00 M&G Ping Pong
10:30–12:00 CRFT Knitters and Crocheters
11:00 CH 971 Gentle Yoga with Mo replay (contact Sam for Zoom link)
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: 50 First Dates
4:30 M&G Wii Bowling

Wednesday, April 14
9:00 CH 971 Exercise for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:15 CH 971 Great Decisions: The End of Globalization DVD
10:45 CH 971, AUD Music Listeners: Oscar Peterson
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning live
1:00–2:00 Chat with a Therapist: Resource Desk
1:00–3:00 AUD Community Garden Meeting
1:00 CRD Men’s Poker
1:00–3:00 M&G Bridge
2:00 COX Widowhood Support Group
2:30 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Runaway Jury
3:00 LGTN Rummikub
7:00–9:00 M&G Ping Pong
7:15 AUD Ukelele Brothers

Thursday, April 15
9:00 CH 971 T’ai Chi: Joy Thru Movement DVD
10:00 Garden Strollers Walking Group
11:00 CH 971 Gentle Yoga with Mo
12:00 CH 970 Bible Study: Max Lucado Check-in
12:15 CH 971 Bible Study: Anxious for Nothing
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout live
1:30 M&G Bell Ringers
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Houseboat
3:00 CHPL Rosary
3:00 LGTN Don Quixote Lecture

Friday, April 16
9:00 CH 971 Yoga for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:15 M&G Total Brain Health: A.M. Principle-Meaning
11:00 CH 970, AUD Muscle Toning live
12:30–2:00 CRFT Quilters
1:15 CH 971, AUD Great Decisions: The End of Globalization discussion
1:30 LNGE Cribbage
3:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Fireproof
4:30 Zoom Shabbat Gathering
6:30–9:00 LGTN Hand & Foot

Saturday, April 17
1:30 AUD Fairhaven Opera: The Merry Widow
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Prisoners
7:00 M&G Bingo


ART  Art Studio (limit 10) AUD  Auditorium (limit 20)
CER  Ceramics Room (limit 6) CHPL  Chapel (limit 15)
COX  Cox Room (limit 10) CRD  Card Room (limit 6)
CRFT  Crafts Room (limit 10) FSR  Fireside Room (limit 16)
LGTN  Leighton Room (limit 16) LNGE  Beasman
Lounge (limit 20)
M&G  Music & Game Room (limit 15) RT COM  Resident Computer Room (limit 3)
SSO  Social Services Office UPL  Uplands Lounge (limit 10)