Volunteer Joanne Wolk (left) works with participants as they make festive Christmas trees in last Wednesday’s Sweet Arts Cafe!
Based on the latest COVID statistics for the State of Ohio, masks are strongly encouraged for all, and required for non-vaccinated guests while inside the Center for Artful Living.
We take precautions in maintaining the cleanliness of the building and equipment.
Farrell Foundation Board
The Heartful Living Cafe
Tuesday, Dec. 14th at 2pm
Experience the beauty of
Hal Mitcheltree’s Photography combined with selected pieces of classical music! Hal will lead all in
an enjoyable and engaging program called: “In Nature’s Realm, Winter’s Beauty Beckons”. Our Cafe refreshments will follow the session. Virtual guests will receive a Zoom invite link in a separate email.
Tuesday, December 14th
Happy Birthday to Dotty Glass!
Enjoy your special day!
Sweet Arts Cafe
Wednesday, Dec. 15th at 11am
Come late morning to the Center for
a Chair Exercise program hosted
by expert Jen Dahler! Then enjoy lunchtime together following the program. Bring a brown bag lunch and we’ll offer a beverage and dessert. No programs December 22nd or December 29th. Our Wednesday program will resume
on January 5th at 11am after
the short holiday break.
December 17th is
Ugly Christmas Sweater Day! Make sure to wear yours!
Celebrate the Arts!
Friday, Dec. 17th at 2pm
Our special Friday music program
will feature holiday songs with
Music Therapist Sara Williams from M-TEC, Music Therapy Enrichment Center. Sara will guide all in a variety of music pieces and activities.
Snacks and beverages provided
after the program. No programs December 24th & 31st. Programs will resume January 7th.
On this date in 1903,
the Wright Brothers have
their first successful flight
at Kitty Hawk, NC!
Bob Scarr
Our special condolences and sympathy is extended to
Marge Widmar on the recent
passing of her husband Bob Scarr. We extend our deepest sympathy
to Marge & Bob’s family.
Participant Joe with his care professional Aliah, share their
festive and colorful
Christmas tree projects!
Participant Joanne with her pretty tree that she called “Christmas Joy”.
Case Western Reserve University medical student Anu and her Christmas tree that she entitled “Home for the Holidays”!
Volunteer Diane assists participants Ralph and Mary
in making their special
Christmas trees!