National Family Caregivers Month is November. Let’s give all gentlemen who care for a loved one a well-deserved break with a visit to the Antique Auto Museum in Hershey. A surprise stop for lunch on the way home is included! Space is limited for this free event. Please call 717-624-5474 by October 27 for registration.
The Brethren Home Foundation will have a booth at the Adams County Community Foundation’s 7th annual Giving Spree. Local charities will be on-site to promote their mission and educate potential new donors. Visitors will receive a “coin” valued at $10.00 when they walk through the door, to be dropped in any participating charity’s piggy bank. Further donations may be given via check or credit card. What an enjoyable way to support The Foundation and other worthy local agencies!
Cross Keys Village will be participating in the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s National Memory Screening Program with free, confidential memory screenings in our Health Care Center. The 10-minute screening is a simple question and answer test, administered by qualified healthcare professionals, designed to gauge memory, thinking, and language skills. Screenings will be offered from 9:00 to Noon, and from 1:00 to 4:00. Pre-registration by telephone is required. Please call 717-624-5474
Octagon is an 8-piece jazz and swing band with a vocalist, based in South Central Pennsylvania. This jazz octet performs all styles of jazz music, including swing, blues, be-bop, rock and Latin. Their style is very much in the spirit of the West Coast jazz movement. This free concert is open to all.
The Harmony Ridge train room will be open to the public on the following dates, always from 1:00pm to 4:00pm: November 25 & 26 – December 2 & 3 – December 9 & 10 – December 16 & 17 – December 23 – December 27 through December 31. Little boys of all ages and all genders are warmly welcome during those times for a moment of awe at our magnificent model railroad displays.
National Family Caregivers Month is November. Let’s give all ladies who care for a loved one a well-deserved break with an elegant tea-luncheon prepared by our trained chefs. Wearing a hat is encouraged! Space is limited for this free event. Please call 717-624-5474 by November 21 for registration.
Richard is a world-traveled Christian guitarist who has won more than seventy major awards, including “Instrumentalist of the Decade” from the International Country Gospel Music Association. He is also a three-time recipient of “Artist of the Year” from the Country Gospel Music Association and, in 2009, was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame in Branson, Mo. This free concert is open to all.