Flex Exercise with Aureol, Mon. Wed. & Fridays, 11:00 am
Village Yarn Club with Jean Yackly, Tuesdays, 3:00 pm
Scrapbooking with Sharon Campbell, Tuesdays, 6:30 pm
Bible Study with Pastor D. Merricks &
Chaplain Gary Story, Thursdays, 10:30 am
Creative Writing with Carolyn Barnum, Thursdays, 1:00 pm
Village Players Acting Class with Carol Anderson, Fridays, 10:00 am
Gentle Movement for Mind, Body & Spirit,
Carolyn Price, Saturdays, 10:00 am
In addition to weekly classes above, all area Seniors are invited to the following special events which are free and open to the public
unless otherwise noted…
Wednesday, January 8th, 1:00 pm
Wesley Village Book Club
Come hear and discuss a presentation of Carol Goodman’s “The Drowning Tree.” Set in a small college town along the Hudson River in Upstate New York, this suspenseful mystery filled with colorful characters will keep you guessing! Much attention paid to interior décor too, including rich details of pre-Raphaelite paintings and Tiffany stained glass artwork. Please note special date is on the second, not first, Wednesday of the month.
Thursday, January, 9th, 1:15 pm
Master Appalachian Story Teller Roy Lauter presents his recently
collected “how religion came to the mountains” tales for what surely will be a time of extraordinary fun and inspiration. CD recordings will be available at the conclusion, with all proceeds going towards mountain ministries.
Thursday, January 9th, 6:30 pm
Movie Night: “Downton Abbey” (2019; PG; 122 mins.)
The beloved Crowleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives – a royal visit from the king and queen of England. No surprise though when scandal of romance and intrigue soon breaks out. Starring Dame Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery,
Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern.
Tuesday, January 14th, 6:30 pm
Café Cabaret Featuring Yorktown Chamber Winds
Larry Iaquinta brings his talented quartet of clarinets to delight your ears
with a wide range of musical treats. Light refreshments will follow.
Tuesday, January 21st, 1:15 pm
Wesley Village welcomes Hospice of the Bluegrass Chaplain Diane Munoz to start our New Year off with an encouraging message for all!
Wednesday, January 22nd, 1:15 pm
“Kentucky’s Everyday Heroes”
In his popular collections of biographical portraits (now up to 5 volumes) author and speaker Steve Flairty captures the very heart and soul of what it means to be a Kentuckian. Come hear Steve tell of some of his favorite portraits over the years; his books will be available for purchase and signings at the conclusion. His presentation is the latest offering in our ongoing Wesley Village Alspach/Benny Distinguished Lecture Series.
Friday, January 24th, 1:15 pm
Loren and Lee Present…
Always lively and entertaining, Transylvania music professors
Loren Tice (piano) and Lee Patrick (alto sax) return to present another program of classical and popular themed music,
this time entitled “The Roaring Twenties.”*
(*make that “roaring” in the 1520’s, 1620’s, 1720’s, 1820’s and 1920’s!)
Wednesday, January 29th, 1:30 pm
Village Players Skit & Drama Presentation
Come laugh and enjoy as The Wesley Village Players perform a series of comedic sketches – all lovingly created by residents who live in the Village! Special guest theatre performance by Jim and Carol Anderson Shores with Acts of Renewal (and faculty of Asbury University).
Wednesday, January 29th, 1:15 and 3:30 pm
Netflix “Our Planet”
Debuting this past summer on the popular movie streaming service, this nature video celebrates the extraordinary beauty of our planet while emphasizing what we can do to preserve it for future generations.
This month’s feature: Episode 5: “From Deserts to Grasslands.”
Friday, January 31st, 3:00 pm
Readings and Tea with Dr. John Oswalt
Our distinguished professor friend from Asbury Seminary returns to present more passages from Elizabeth Goudge’s “The Scent of Water.” A proper English tea with cookies follows.
For more details on all the life-enriching activities of the
Wilmore Senior Community Center, call Alan at 858-3865 ext. 238.