Premier Senior Living in Cincinnati Starts Big in 2014

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Premier Senior Living in Cincinnati Starts Big in 2014

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Highway to 2014

Deupree House has it the ground running in 2014. Here’s a peak at what premier senior living in Cincinnati looks like.

Tuesday, January 7

7:30PM: Jazz Concert

Residents who attended the Art in Ault last May thought they knew just what to expect from The Eastside Jazz Quartet, but these four gentlemen still managed to blow us away.

This local group has played venues all over the city—and now they’ve played at Deupree.

The halls of our community were filled with the sounds of all our jazzy favorites like Autumn Leaves, Take 5, and Girl from Ipanema all evening long!

Thursday, January 9

7:15PM: Transportation to the Aronoff Center

The “best musical of this century” is in Cincinnati, and Deupree House will be there for the first week.

Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati is bringing the nine-time Tony award-winning musical The Book of Mormon to the stage at the Aronoff Center. Get your tickets now. The show closes January 24, and you don’t want to miss it.

Who knows, maybe you’ll see us there! It’s been such a great start to 2014, and there’s so much more yet to come!

Saturday, January 11

7:15PM: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Resident Symphony ticket-holders are in for a very special evening tonight at Music Hall. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will be welcoming back pianist Hélène Grimaud for a reprisal of her captivating 2007 performance of Brahm’s turbulent Piano Concerto No. 1. And we’ll be wishing Music Director Louis Langrée a very happy birthday as he rounds out the program with Beethoven’s joyous Symphony No. 8.

Sunday, January 12

6:30: Sip and Sup

With such an overwhelming response to the Holiday Sip and Sup last month, we’ve decided to make this gathering a regular monthly event! Now, Deupree House residents will be able to gather together once every month for a community-wide evening of fine foods and socialization with friends in the Club Room.

Tuesday, January 14

7:30PM: Sophisticated Investing in Today’s U.S. Economy

Deupree House will be welcoming Timothy E. Johnson, Ph. D, for a lifelong learning lecture that will offer a detailed look at the best practices for investing in today’s uncertain economy.

As Chairman of the Board of Johnson Investment Council Inc., Professor of Finance at the University of Cincinnati, and a registered investment advisor with the SEC, Dr. Johnson has experience managing over $6 billion of invests funds— it’s definitely a night that not to be missed for any resident considering investment.

Saturday, January 18

7:15PM: Transportation to the Aronoff Center

Residents will have the opportunity to take the shuttle to Music Hall for the final performance of “Shakespeare and Legend” by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.  We’ve heard that the eclectic artistry of “maverick” violinist Pekka Kuusisto makes it a program that’s not to be missed.

Wednesday, January 29

7:00PM: Fun around the Piano with Jack Doll

Tonight in the Club Room, Deupree House will be hosting a very special guest— the famous Jack Doll. Well-known around town for over 30 years of lively and often humorous organ playing at the Cincinnati Reds games, residents will recognize him as the pianist at our own Saturday Night Bistro Dinners!

Residents are in for an evening of laughter and song as Jack leads us in a totally unscripted bit of after dinner fun around the piano.

Every Friday

10:00AM: Kitchen Tour

The Dining Room at Deupree House has always been something more than a place to eat.

Our Dining Services Manager, Pete Juszczyk, and his team work hard to turn every meal into a dining experience. They work so quietly behind the scenes that many residents have begun to wonder what magic goes on behind those closed kitchen doors to make everything run so smoothly.

Well, now they have the chance to find out.

Starting this month, Deupree House will be starting a new weekly event. Once every Friday, Pete Juszczyk will take 10 residents on a tour of the kitchen, so they can see for themselves just how it is that all of our wonderful meals are prepared and our servers provide such quick service.

 

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Bryan Reynolds
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January 09, 2014
Bryan Reynolds is the Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS). Bryan is responsible for developing and implementing ERS' digital marketing strategy, and overseeing the website, social media outlets, audio and video content and online advertising. After originally attending The Ohio State University, he graduated from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Bachelor of fine arts focused on electronic media. Bryan loves to share his passion for technology by assisting older adults with their computer and mobile devices. He has taught several classes within ERS communities as well as at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute run by the University of Cincinnati. He also participates on the Technology Team at ERS to help provide direction. Bryan and his wife Krista currently reside in Lebanon, Ohio with their 5 children.

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