October Events and Activities at Marjorie P. Lee

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Want to know what’s going on at Marjorie P. Lee? Our calendar can help you keep up with all of the senior living action that will be going on this month.

Tuesday, October 8

5:00PM: Dinner Out

We’re heading downtown for dinner this evening at the Capital Grille located in the new Rookwood Exchange. With an extensive wine list, traditional steakhouse favorites, and creative new dishes, it’s sure to be a delightful experience.

Saturday, October 12

6:45PM: CSO Performance

We will offer Transportation to the final night of Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s performance of “the Knight of the Rose,” featuring artist-in-residence Alisa Weilerstein. Purchase your tickets now to make sure you don’t miss this breathtaking performance.

Tuesday, October 15

2:00: Civic Engagement

If you want to know more about the candidates running for City Council, stop by the Event Center today. We’ve invited the candidates into our community to answer your questions and speak about their platforms. 

Wednesday, October 16

11:00AM: Fall Bazaar at Deupree House

We will be heading over to Deupree House, our sister ERH retirement community, to shop at the Fall Bazaar!  With a number of excellent vendors like Sterling Cut Glass, the Catholic Shop, Ten Thousand Villages, The Book Shelf, and Ann’s Hallmark, it will be a perfect opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping

3:00PM: Caregiver Support

All caregivers need support. So, we’ve invited resident and family caregivers to come together in the Lee Library for an afternoon of discussion and encouragement.

Thursday, October 17

9:15AM: Architectural Tour

We’re taking senior living on a road trip to Columbus, Indiana for a bus tour of the city’s architecture.  Every brick tells a story in this one-of-a-kind community where some of the world’s finest architects have left their impressions. The small, friendly town is a virtual museum of modern architecture with works by renown architects like I.M. Pei, Richard Meier, Robert Venturi, Eliel and Eero Saarinen, Harry Weese, and Deborah Berke, just to name a few.  You can buy lunch at the inventive local restaurant Bistro 310 after our tour and, if time allows, ice cream at Zaharakos, an old fashioned ice cream shop that has been in business since 1900.

Saturday, October 19

3:30PM: Musical Guest

We will host a CCM Student Artist Program this afternoon in the Chapel.  These programs are given by current CCM students as a way to refine their recital and presentation skills, while we enjoy a lovely repertoire of music.

Monday, October 21

11:30AM: Ghostly Tour of Cincinnati

We will depart for a brown bag lunch and lecture at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The Cincinnati Historical Society will present “Ghosts and Spirits of Cincinnati” in the Riekart Auditorium as we enjoy our lunch.  You are welcome to bring your own packed lunch or if you fill out the attached request we will pack a lunch for you to take.  Lunch requests must be made by Thursday, October 17th to Debbie MacLean.

Wednesday, October 23

3:00PM: Lifelong Learning Opportunity

Downloading with Dan and Debbie will be held in the Lending Library.  If you are interested in computers or have questions, join us today in the lending library.

Friday, October 25

6:00PM: Trick or Treat!

We will host our Annual Family and Friends Trick or Treat Night. We will have a variety of Activities this evening to entertain our visiting guests. You have an opportunity to pass out candy if you would like.  More information and sign-up forms will be coming soon to your in-house mailboxes.

Sunday, October 27

3:00PM: Remembrance Service

We will host an All Saints Service of Remembrance in the Chapel this afternoon to remember loved ones we have lost over the past year. 

Monday, October 28

3:00PM: Book Club

Reading is good for the mind, so join Marjorie P. Lee’s book discussion group in the Lee Library to work on your brain fitness. We will be discussing Half –Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls which you can find at the Shaw Lobby Reception Desk if you don’t have your own copy.

 

Bryan Reynolds
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October 14, 2013
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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