Come worship with the Keefer Creek Baptist Church congregation headed by Rev. Michael Lederman.
Finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.
A trip to the Allen County Public Library Dupont Branch will allow residents to look for books and materials of interest.
Residents are invited to celebrate Mardi Gras in the Eakin Family Room. Bring your beads!
Mardi is the French word for Tuesday, and gras means “fat.” In France, the day before Ash Wednesday came to be known as Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday.” Traditionally, in the days leading up to Lent, merrymakers would binge on all the rich, fatty foods—meat, eggs, milk, lard, cheese—that remained in their homes, in anticipation of several weeks of eating only fish and different types of fasting.
Byron Health Center will host a performance by Eric Sundberg in the Eakin Family Room.
Eric Sundberg made a career of music and is now making a retirement of it. With a BA in Music Composition and Performance, he performed across the American continents and gave lessons, eventually becoming the full-time music director at St. John’s Catholic Church in New Haven for 30 years. If you’re looking for musical variety, Eric is your man. He plays a wide variety of instruments, including guitar, piano, harmonica, and ukulele. His musical repertoire covers the 20’s to today in hits, blues, folk, rock, classical, jazz, patriotic, and holiday music.
Arrangements for the appearance are made through a partnership with Audiences Unlimited. This Community Program allow residents and team members to get up close and personal with the musicians while being able to enjoy wonderful music in the comfort of home.
The program also encourages interaction and participation through singing along, dancing and clapping, creating smiles and sweet memories. Music takes the residents back in time. The feeling of yesterday – joy, laughter, precious moments shared with loved ones – comes back.