Final Week of Virtual
Live Auction! Explore Beautiful Landscapes!
The Auction runs until midnight Thursday, September 30th.
Check out some of the wonderful landscape artists. Their work
includes painting, photography and printmaking. Just follow the link
to our website and our virtual gallery. There you will find a great number
of other items from jewelry, crochet, fiber art, assemblage, ceramics
and other fine art pieces by local
and national artists.
Painting at left by Ethel Todd George.
“Hudson Square” by
Kae Dorn Cass
“Landscape Oil” by
Patrick Slattery
“A Season to Treasure” by
Judi Roszak
“The Field” by Rowland Salley
A Decade of Joy Gala
Saturday, October 2nd at the Westwood Country Club,
A joy-filled evening starting at 5:00 PM! For COVID safety precautions, guests must wear masks. Our hosts will greet you in Westwood’s Lobby and check you in with dinner table seat assignments. (NO physical tickets required, just your reservations) Enjoy the reception from 5 PM – 6:15 PM with pianist Joe Hunter, Live Art, Art Experiences, Silent Auction & preview Live Auction items. Time for wine, beer, beverages and appetizers. Dinner will follow at 6:30 PM. All will be welcomed by our Master of Ceremonies, WKYC Channel 3 Special Projects Reporter Lindsay Buckingham. Program honoring Dr. Charlie Farrell and the Foundation will be held after dinner. Our Live Auction with 12 fantastic items, events, adventures and works of art will be after the special honor. Two of the 12 items include weekend get-aways. One is at a special ski chalet on Timberline Mountain, near Davis, West Virginia. The other nearby is a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home. Both might make a special weekend celebration for family or friends!
Special Note: Guests may join us virtually if you wish from 7 – 9 PM.
To participate, please contact us at 440-414-0434 to receive the Zoom email invitation.
A Happy Birthday goes out to Diane Brinich on
Monday, September 27th! Enjoy your special day!!
Based on the latest COVID statistics for the State of Ohio, we are encouraging any non-vaccinated guests to wear masks as well as any others 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, Sept. 28th at 2pm
CLFF Board Member, Friend and Musician, Sally Ollerton, will be back with us! Join Sally with a variety of musical pieces to enjoy and experience. Stay for refreshments and time to socialize afterwards. Virtual guests will receive a Zoom invite in a separate email.
Here are some beautiful Zinnias blooming in
Carolyn’s Garden at the Center for Artful Living!
Sweet Arts Cafe
Wed., September 29th at 11am
Join us for lunchtime! Bring a brown bag lunch at 11:00 AM. Lunch will be followed by an arts experience at noon. A great way to spend mid-day! Meet others and try something new!
Wednesday’s will be filled with a variety of arts activities and exercise experiences. Each week, check out our Constant Contact for the week’s activity!
Memorial Gift!
Our various art and music programs are being provided through generous memorial
gifts in honor of our participant
and friend, the late Bob Becker.
Thank you to Luanne Becker, family and friends for the kind
gifts to support the work of
the Farrell Foundation.
Dr. Charlie’s Story
Dr. Charlie Farrell, Founder &
Board Member of the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation has shared his dementia/Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
He continues his personal project
with his daughter Katie. He will
offer in a series of YouTube
videos his story titled:
“My Journey With AL” (Alzheimer’s). To view and subscribe to these programs, follow the link below to the Foundation website, then scroll down the home page to view the videos.
Celebrate the Arts
Friday, October 1st at 2pm
How about a little dancing and moving? Enjoy a great afternoon with Dance Therapist Melissa Renner from Active for Life! Melissa will guide all in a dance program right from your chair! Stay for refreshments. A Zoom invitation will be sent on Thursday afternoon.
Flutist Robb Durr entertained all with a variety of styles of flute music, from Celtic to Native American! Dr. Charlie and volunteer Marilyn look on.
Dr. Charlie supervises as volunteer Gretty assists participant Jim with his
art project.
Participant Alice works on her
art project with some help from volunteer Diane!
Participant Dotty puts some finishing touches on her art while volunteer Gretty looks on.