What's in store for Marjorie P. Lee residents this month?

What's in store for Marjorie P. Lee residents this month?

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Marjorie P. Lee started off April on the right note as residents joined other local patrons of the arts for a special concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in appreciation of season ticket holders. No joke!

Take a look at what else we have in store now that spring has truly arrived.


Saturday, April 12

2:00 PM: Friends and Family Easter Egg Hunt

Marjorie P. Lee will be hosting our annual Friends and Family Easter Egg Hunt this afternoon with special guests Madcap Puppets who will present the show “Fantastic Fairytales” a series of fairy tale classics that weave through a unique mystery plot. Each tale unfolds with giant puppets, audience participation, and a surprise twist to each classic tale. Our egg hunt will begin after the show, and the Easter Bunny will be stopping by for photos!

6:45 PM: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Resident ticket holders can take advantage of our shuttle service to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performance “Mendelssohn and Mena” featuring artist-in-residence, and rising violin star, Augustin Hadelich as conducted by special guest conductor Juanjo Mena of the BBC Philharmonic!

Tuesday, April 15

2:30 PM: Hazel and Elizabeth: Two Women of Little Rock

This afternoon, residents will have the opportunity to view the Book TV program Hazel and Elizabeth: Two Women of Little Rock.  Author, David Margolick recounts the lives of Elizabeth Eckford and Hazel Bryan and the photograph of the two women, then both fifteen years old, taken on September 4, 1957. On that date, Ms. Eckford, entered Little Rock Central High School on the first day of its desegregation and Ms. Bryan is photographed angrily screaming at the young, African-American woman. Mr. Margolick examines both women's lives leading up to that day and after as Ms. Eckford and Ms. Bryan attempted to live outside of the shadow of the photograph and develop a friendship later in life

Wednesday, April 25

1:15 PM: Omnimax Film

Our resident naturalists will have the opportunity to see the new Omnimax film “Journey to the South Pacific,” the story of Jawi, a young boy from West Papua who travels through the islands and reefs of the South Pacific to teach other children the importance of protecting the ocean and its creatures, as narrated by Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett. The five-story domed screen will put you right into the action, swimming with sharks and other marine life, celebrating with local islanders and learning about the science of living in balance with our ocean planet. 

Thursday, April 24

7:00 PM: Queen City Gothic

Queen City Gothic author JT Townsend will be joining us in the Event Center to take us on a sinister descent into the dark side of Cincinnati history.  Based on his experience exhuming cold cases and quizzing the detectives haunted by them, Townsend examines the most enigmatic aspects of a homicide investigation...rumor, coincidence, premonition, and incompetence.  In this riveting program, learn how an armchair detective confronts a fragile chain of circumstantial evidence and spins it into a strong rope with many strands, turning the possibility of blame into the probability of guilt. 

Saturday, April 26

12:00 PM: Shuttle Service to Oakley

Opera aficionados can take advantage of our in-house shuttle service to catch the Oakley Cinemark Theater’s simulcast of the Metropolitan Opera’s “Cosi Fan Tutte” and get some shopping done, too!

Tuesday, April 29

5:00 PM: Dinner at Primavista

Marjorie P. Lee is dining out in style this evening! We’re headed to Price Hill to enjoy Cincinnati Magazine’s “Best Italian” and the wonderful view of downtown Cincinnati at Primavista

Wednesday, April 30

11:30 AM: Lunch and Learn

Did you know that the Cincinnati Museum Center has a program dedicated to Cincinnati-style chili? A heritage program volunteer will be joining us in the Event Center for an audio-visual presentation on this storied Cincinnati dish while we enjoy food from local favorites Skyline and Gold Star. 

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Bryan Reynolds
April 10, 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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