Volunteer Kathy (center) helps care partner McKenzie & participant Lew with their snowflake art project in Wednesday’s Sweet Arts Cafe!
The Center for Artful Living offers a variety of arts enrichment programs at it’s comfortable new facility in Westlake. Current programming includes a range of arts sessions for individuals with dementia and their care partners. The Center is available to others in the arts & business communities to host programs or events. Additional information: www.centerforartfulliving.org or
call 440-414-0434
Title: Heartful Living Café
Date: Tuesday, January 21st
Time: 2 pm – 4 pm
Location: The Center for Artful Living, 26633 Detroit Road in Westlake.
 
Activity: Spend a Tuesday afternoon this winter with us! Sip a hot cup of coffee, tea or cocoa in our Cafe. Then enjoy a fun music program led by vocalist Pam Wetula as she guides us through an afternoon of wonderful winter songs!
 
 Volunteer Sandy (right) guides participant Debbie in her art project with the help of husband Steve. Participant Jennifer works on her snowflakes with her care partner Maia. 
Title: Sweet Arts Café
Date: Wednesday, January 22nd
Time: 11am to 1pm
Location: The Center for Artful Living, 26633 Detroit Road in Westlake.
Activity: Bring a lunch and spend time with others! Enjoy a complimentary beverage & dessert on us! Then transition into an arts experience led by resident artist Richard Skerl. Today we will hold a Valentine’s Day card making workshop.
Our Volunteers are Special!
Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers
and all the work they do and kindness
that they bring to the Center. 
This week we honor volunteer 
Kathy Neff.
 
Long-time participant Luanne
brought her husband Bob to
see her wonderful art exhibit 
at the Center on Friday!
Title: Creative Connections (TM)
Date: Friday, January 24th
Time: 2pm to 4pm 
Location: The Center for Artful Living, 26633 Detroit Road in Westlake.
Activity: Come enjoy the afternoon with us as we blend words & art. Today Foundation volunteer Anne Osborne will be here to share a wonderful & personally written poem about winter with us. Her words will inspire our creative art expressions making silver snowflakes!
 
Volunteer Sandy (right) enjoys dancing with participants Ursula & Joel in Friday’s Creative Connections program 
led by music therapist 
Maggie McAllister from M-TEC! 
(Music Therapy Enrichment Center)
These is the LAST week of
artist/ photographer Luanne Becker’s
“Material Worlds” Art Exhibit!
A mix of photography, jewelry & mixed media assemblages. On display at the Center, Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm. The show will run through January 23rd. A percentage of the sales will benefit the
Farrell Foundation programs.