Want to know what an active senior life can look like? Take a sneak peek at our Events Calendar to see how Deupree House is reimagining retirement living.
Friday, November 1
7:30PM: Celebrating 50 Years of Performing Arts in Cincinnati
Deupree House residents are great patrons of the arts, and this month we’re celebrating 50 years of ballet with the Cincinnati Ballet Company CB2. On the Ballet’s anniversary, we were joined the dancers and CEO Victoria Morgan for a sneak peek into a day in the life of a dancer and number of special performances.
Sunday, November 3
2:30PM: A Very Special Welcome
This Sunday, we welcomed our new chaplain, Father Angelo Puopolo, with a special reception in the Club Room following his first Sunday Worship with us here at Deupree.
4:15PM: Musical Performance
This evening, we headed to Christ Church Cathedral for a for a special production of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. John Passion by the College-Conservatory of Music Chamber Choir and the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra— which featured special guest artists like our very own Mary Beth Foxworthy’s nephew, Earl Rivers, as conductor! It’s was certainly an amazing night.
Wednesday, November 6
11:30AM: Lifelong Learning Lecture Opportunity
At this Lunch and Learn event in the Dining Room, Rusty McClure shared secrets from the untold tales of the Crosley Empire. This looking into local history gave us the inside story on the golden days of twentieth century Crosley—from the pioneering inventions and breakthroughs in advertising to ownership of the Cincinnati Reds.
Friday, November 8
7:30PM: Veterans Talk
A number of veterans have chosen to make their homes at Deupree House, and they all have incredible stories to tell. So, this evening, we hosted a night of remembrance and reflection in the Events Center to honor these brave men and women who served our country.
Monday, November 11
7:30PM: Special Musical Guest
This evening, we are privileged to have internationally renown jazz legend, and Rosemary Clooney’s favorite trumpeter, Warren Vache and his band of veteran performers joining us in the Events Center for an evening of musical favorites—including a few of the greatest hits by Louis Armstrong. You won’t want to miss it!
Wednesday, November 13
7:30PM: “Is There a Doctor in the House?” Lecture Series
Residents interested in lifelong learning should come out to the Events Center this evening where we will be joined by guest speaker Sand Keiser from Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio. Not a new face to Deupree, Sandy, who typically manages our monthly “Your Life is Changing” support group, will be speaking to our whole community about ways to manage the ups and downs of the holiday season.
Wednesday, November 20
1:00PM: Art in Action
We’re headed to Funke Fired Arts this afternoon for the opportunity to get a hands-on perspective of kiln-fired art. The talented staff will be leading us in a special class of clay building techniques from slab construction to coil building. Come out and join us to see art in action!
Friday, November 22
7:30PM: Lifelong Learning Lecture
The Reverend Dr. Susan Warrener Smith, ordained Presbyterian minister and step-daughter of our own Helene Warrener, will be joining us in the Event Center this evening to explore the personality of one of the great minds of the 20th Century. Her presentation “Truth Against the World: Searching for the Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright,” will paint, in broad strokes, the story of Wrights personal and professional life, delving more deeply into his spiritual roots and personal convictions.
Tuseday, November 26
7:30PM: Special Guest
‘Tis the season of John Ruthven! This talented local artist will be stopping by the Events Center to share the story behind his famous mural of Martha the Passenger Pigeon and tell us a little bit about his process.
Wednesday, November 27
11:45AM: Learning Luncheon
We’re getting into the community spirit with an informational luncheon at Crayons to Computers. We’ll be joining representatives of the local charity to hear more about their goal to ensure that children across Greater Cincinnati have access to the educational tools they need.
Image Credit: The Cincinnati Ballet