Kick Off Your 4th With Brian & Katherine & Tom!
On Thursday, June 30th, we’re planning an early start to your Independence Day weekend! We’ve got a great talk planned, as well as a great concert that night. Brian Gurl and Katherine Alexander were SO well received (and FUN) when we had them here a few months ago that we invited them back!
They are planning another varied program and promise lots of patriotic favorites! Katherine told you when she was here last that she applied for, and got, her U.S. citizenship (her native country is Russia, where she trained in both piano and voice at the Moscow Conservatory). We are sure July 4th has a very special meaning for her now.
Brian is a producer, singer and pianist and certainly has a knack for making people smile with his humor! He even plays the piano while sitting backward! DO NOT MISS this concert. It begins at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium! We will set up extra chairs and hope they are filled to capacity.
That afternoon, we are really thrilled that Tom Callaghan is able to give the presentation: “INDEPENDENCE DAY” at 2:30 p.m. Tom is a “Bay Village Favorite” and suffered a stroke in November (remember he had to cancel his Veterans Day talk?). He is back and healthy and anxious to come and see everyone.
Join Al Dominguez and the “Second Chanze Band” for refreshments and dancing on Thursday, June 23rd, at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium. This is this four member band’s first time performing here so I hope you will come and check out their “songs of yesteryear!” See you there!
WE’VE GOT LOTS OF “MOVIE-EXTRAS” this month all starring Katharine or Audrey! Join us for some nostalgic classics on Saturday evenings and Thursday afternoons.
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With Flag Day in June and Independence Day in July, we have decided to show the HBO documentary JOHN ADAMS. While our nation was suffering attacks from both within and without, John Adams had a vision of a nation of liberty & justice for all.
He guided his peers,~ General George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson ~ in setting the values and agenda for a glorious free America. Adams and his wife, Abigail, refined these ambitious democratic ideals, and their partnership became one of the most moving love stories in American history.
John Adams, the Pulitzer Prize winning book from author David McCullough, is now the critically acclaimed seven-part miniseries from HBO Films~ a sprawling, epic production from executive producers Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, two of the Emmy Award-winning series, Band of Brothers.
Starring Academy Award nominees Paul Giamatti (“Cinderella Man”) and Laura Linney (“The Savages”) as John and Abagail Adams and directed by Emmy winner Tom Cooper (“Elizabeth I”) and adapted by Kirk Ellis and Michelle Ashford from McCullough’s book, John Adams is the incredible saga of a man who dreamed a nation and watched it come true.
NOTE: This series is longer than the usual classes we show in Tuesday evenings. It varies per episode from 1 hour 10 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes. It will begin on June 7th at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium for 7 weeks. We hope you will join us for this series!
The Piping Hot Jacobites Perform!
On Thursday, June 2nd, at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium for an upbeat performance by The Jacobites! Their repertoire includes everything from Celtic to country!
Although the pipes and drums are the heart of this fun-loving group of musicians, the band includes fiddles, guitar, brass and keyboard.
Under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director, Gary Reinstrom, who has been playing the bagpipe since the age of 13, you are sure to have a toe-tapping time tonight! See you there!
“The Healing Power of Music”
This will be Gayle Cohen’s first time at Bay Village, so I hope you will join us for this interactive seminar.
Gayle is a keynote motivational speaker and is thrilled to be touring with her original seminar entitled, “The Healing Power of Music”. Join Gayle as she takes you on an autobiographical, musically interactive journey through her 35-year career. She will share her firsthand experiences and teach you how to use music in lifting and healing healing mind, body and spirit. Topics include stress, loss of a friend or spouse, divorce, chronic illness, memory loss and more.
Join us on Thursday, June 9th, at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium, for what should be an enlightening evening!
From the Dining Services Director
Congratulations to the Graduates!!!
Summertime brings new hopes and dreams for our high school graduates who work in our Dining Services Department.
Maddie Bricker, Mercedes Carrasco, Jaelhyn Martinez, Daniela Ochoa, Laura Rincon, Tyler Schlabach, Melanie Tapia, & Jadon Wizba. Some of these staff members will be attending college out of town and leaving us; while others plan on attending college locally and will continue to work at Bay Village. Be sure to congratulate the graduates.
Also I cannot let the Resident Council year end without mentioning Your Dining Services Committee members. This dedicated group of Residents lead by Mrs. Kattell has worked with me and my staff over the past year and I want to thank them sincerely for their efforts. Some are going off the committee while others are coming on for the year ahead. A big thank you to all.