Scrapbooking with Sharon Campbell, Tuesdays, 6:30 pm
Bible Study with Chaplain Gary Story and Bob Thurman,
Thursdays, 10 am
Creative Writing with Carolyn Barnum, Thursdays, 1:00 pm
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…
Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 11 am
Flex Exercise with Aureol
You’ll be amazed at how much fun it can be and how much better you’ll feel when you work to keep your joints and muscles moving! “Silver Sneaker” insurance benefits may help pay the cost if you are a member.
Friday, March 1st, 1:00 pm
“Jesus is the Cornerstone”
The Graefenburg Baptist Grace Notes Choir returns to present a very special half hour preview of their upcoming Easter program. Please note the early start time.
Wednesday, March 6th, 1:00 pm
Wesley Village Book Club
Pat Caldwell leads a discussion of Tracy Chevalier’s “The Girl with a Pearl Earring” – a historical novel set in 17th century Delft, Holland. Inspired by Vermeer’s famous painting by the same name, the author presents a fascinating fictional account of the painter and model’s personal stories.
Thursday, March 7th, 1:15 pm
Celebrate “Moon Day” with Doug Herman!
Our Wesley Village Resident Historian has a fascinating family connection to America’s first moon landing – the 50th anniversary of which we’ll celebrate in July. Come hear Doug tell his story and be prepared to share memories of your own about the day Neil Armstrong took his “…one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Special sweet treat included!
Thursday, March 7th, 6:00 pm
“Moon Day” continues with Movie Night: “First Man”
(2018; PG-13; 141 mins.)
This biographical drama portrays the personal life of “first man on the moon” astronaut Neil A. Armstrong and the years leading up to the historic Apollo 11 mission. Starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy, this film just recently won the Oscar for “Best Visual Effects.”
Wednesday, March 13th, 1:15 pm
“Smiling Memories and Melodies of 1959”
Direct from Cypress, TX, John Korsgaard returns with music from an era when both families and the economy in America were “booming!”
Friday, March 15th, 1:30 to 3:00 pm
Calling All Antique Lovers!
Expert Harrodsburg dealer Jerry Sampson returns to give free appraisals on small items of historical value (limit two items per person or couple). Please no coins, stamps, sports memorabilia / baseball cards, weapons or really fine pieces of jewelry. Sign-up sheet in Library to reserve your place. OK to just come watch too!
Tuesday, March 19th, 1:15 pm
Wesley Village welcomes Asbury Theological Seminary Provost Dr. Doug K. Matthews, who will share a message of hope and encouragement. Be sure to stay for a brief time of questions and answers when service concludes.
Wednesday, March 20th, 3:00 pm
An Afternoon Tea & Reading with Dr. John Oswalt
Asbury Seminary’s Distinguished Professor of the Old Testament returns to present more passages from his personal favorite short stories. Tea and cookies follow in the Encore Café.
No advance sign up necessary.
Thursday, March 21st, 1:15 pm
Visiting the Panama Canal
Take a trip through the Panama Canal to discover new sights you may have never seen before. Your “tour guide” (with large screen pictures) will be resident Leonard Urback, who spent 24 years working to maintain this 50 mile engineering marvel of the world!
Friday, March 22nd, 1:30 pm
Young at Heart Big Band
Come enjoy great songs and sounds of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s with this popular and fun-loving 18-member senior ensemble. Always a favorite here at Wesley Village.
Thursday, March 28th, 6:00 pm
Café Cabaret with Liam’s Fancy
Keep the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day alive with this authentic three-piece Irish Band – the best in the Bluegrass! Light refreshments will follow. Free & open to the public but please call Alan
at #858-3865 ext. 238 to reserve your place.
Friday, March 29th, 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 a program of classical and popular themed music, this time with the tongue-twisting title, “Tunes Torn from Tomes.”
For more details on all the life-enriching activities of the
Wilmore Senior Community Center, call Alan at 858-3865 ext. 238.