There are big things brewing at Marjorie P. Lee this month! Take a look at a few things in store for our community and residents this October.
Friday, October 2
3:00 PM: Residents’ Meeting
Our meeting this week will be held today in the Event Center. This meeting is designed to keep you informed of the latest happenings within the Marjorie P. Lee Community—like our exciting, new $23 million renovation project.
Tuesday, October 6
3:00 PM: Campaign Season News
Elizabeth Brown from the League of Women Voters will be here to present the issues for the upcoming November 3rd Election. Hopefully she will bring freshly printed Who & What Election publication as well.
Friday, October 9
7:00 PM: International Peacemaker Saman Perera
Tonight we welcome the Presbyterian 2015 International Peacemaker, Saman Perera, a peace educator, change agent and activist focused on persons ethnically, socially and religiously marginalized. Founder of “Samadana,” an organization in Sri Lanka that fosters Peace and Justice through Nonviolent Action, Rev. Perera will bring news of his people as they restore peace and engage in reconciliation in the aftermath of their civil war.
Sunday, October 11
3:30 PM: Musical Guest
Pianist Bob Pollack will be performing today in the Chapel. Bob plays a variety of music from singers and songwriters you know and love, and he always makes his performances memorable with fun facts about the songs, singers and songwriters who made the songs famous.
Tuesday, October 13
5:00 PM: Marjorie P Lee Dines Out
Tonight we will be dining at Lazlo’s Iron Skillet—a Queen City staple for over 40 years. After a recent fire Lazlo’s Iron skillet has moved to a new location out in Clermont County on Ohio Pike, and we will venture out to try classic favorites in a new location.
Thursday, October 15
2:00 PM: Dining Services Meet and Greet
We have some amazing meals at Marjorie P. Lee, thanks in no small part to our talented dining staff and kitchen team. Today, residents have the opportunity to meet the wonderfully talented people who create the meals we all enjoy. Take a moment to come meet this team who are often behind the scenes.
Sunday, October 18
3:30 PM: Musical Guest
Guitarist Patrick Calvert will perform today in the Chapel. Patrick lives in Nashville, Tennessee but occasionally travels home to Canada to visit family, and along his way he stops to entertain with a variety of music.
Wednesday, October 21st
11:00 AM: Cincinnati Nature Center
Fall is in the air, and it is glorious! Today we will take a brown bag lunch and head to the Cincinnati Nature Center to take in the colors of the season!
Friday, October 23
6:30 PM: Family and Friends Trick or Treat Night
Each year, Marjorie P Lee hosts an evening of entertainment and trick or treating for our family and friends. We open our doors to trick or treaters of all ages as our residents pass out goodies from their apartments or common areas.
Monday, October 26
5:00 PM: Majorie P Lee Dines Out
We’re headed to Hyde Park Square for dinner at local favorite Alfio’s buon cibo where Chef Alfio Guiliano seamlessly marries the flavors of Italy and Argentina in a modern approach to classic Italian with a dash of Argentine flair!
Wednesday, October 28
3:00 PM: Estate Planning, a Hodge Podge of Topics
Retirement planner and tax expert Ken Kinder will be stopping by to share a presentation on a variety of topics ranging from end-of-life planning to how long you should keep tax records and other common questions.
Friday, October 30
3:00 PM: Queen City Notorious
Join True Crime Historian JT Townsend as he investigates the infamous criminals who perpetrated Cincinnati’s most sensational murder cases. Based on his newly released anthology “Queen City Notorious,” this intriguing program delves beyond the tabloid headlines and exposes the motivations of these memorable villains. Watch as he exhumes the dark underside of the romantic triangles, perilous partnerships, and family vendettas that ended in murder. WRATH, GREED, SLOTH, PRIDE, LUST, ENVY AND GLUTTONY... the reasons these ordinary citizens became the “killers next door.” Yet there are no cold cases here, thanks to the intrepid detectives who ensured that each murderer saw swift justice.