August 02, 2018

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

August 02, 2018 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber Auditorium

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

 

Films to be explored:

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org

Learn More

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

 

Films to be explored:

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org


August 07, 2018

Coffee Time: German Village: A Tour Back in Time

August 07, 2018 10am-12pm Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber Auditorium

Join John Clark and Gail Stoy of German Village Tours, on August 7 at 10am


Over 175 years ago, German immigrants founded and built what we presently know as “German Village.” Residents of this charming neighborhood, John Clark and Gail Stoy, will take us back in time through stories, photos and videos, to help us discover the fascinating, yet little-known history of this cherished Columbus community. Join us as Columbus history is made entertaining and educational.

What is Coffee Time?

Coffee Time is a FREE event that provides you an opportunity to learn something new and be entertained/informed about a topic or issue affecting adults. Monthly, Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber offers fresh-baked breakfast refreshments and coffee at 10 a.m. Then at 10:30 a.m. we move to the auditorium to hear our scheduled speaker. Invite a friend!

RSVP below, or to Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 or mvance@ohioliving.org

Learn More

Coffee Time: German Village: A Tour Back in Time

Join John Clark and Gail Stoy of German Village Tours, on August 7 at 10am


Over 175 years ago, German immigrants founded and built what we presently know as “German Village.” Residents of this charming neighborhood, John Clark and Gail Stoy, will take us back in time through stories, photos and videos, to help us discover the fascinating, yet little-known history of this cherished Columbus community. Join us as Columbus history is made entertaining and educational.

What is Coffee Time?

Coffee Time is a FREE event that provides you an opportunity to learn something new and be entertained/informed about a topic or issue affecting adults. Monthly, Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber offers fresh-baked breakfast refreshments and coffee at 10 a.m. Then at 10:30 a.m. we move to the auditorium to hear our scheduled speaker. Invite a friend!

RSVP below, or to Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 or mvance@ohioliving.org


August 09, 2018

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

August 09, 2018 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber Auditorium

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

Films to be explored:

 

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org

Learn More

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

Films to be explored:

 

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org


August 16, 2018

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

August 16, 2018 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber Auditorium

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

Films to be explored:

 

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org

Learn More

A Trio Film Experience: August 2, 9, 16

Films can provide a wonderful medium to learn about life.  A film can transport us in time and location and assist us in self discovery about the mysteries of life and the lesson we can learn from life experiences.  Unfortunately, society often paints a picture of aging in a negative light.  A Trio Film Experience is an intentional program to counter the prevailing notion of aging as a “decline” and instead, consider the possibility of late life transformation, integrity and transcendence. 

A Trio Film Experience was founded by the same facilitators of ElderQuest, the annual eight-week film study in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute. With parallel themes and class structure,  join us as we explore three different films. After each film, everyone is invited to partake in a facilitated discussion. You’re not a movie-goer or film enthusiast? Don’t let that stop you from enjoying these films alongside us. All are welcome.

“The excitement of learning separates youth from old age. As long as you’re learning you’re not old.”

 Rosalyn S. Yalow

Films to be explored:

 

August 2: A Model for Matisse

August 9: The Spitfire Grill

August 16: A Man Called Ove

 

Join us at 1pm in the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber auditorium. Come to one, two or all three sessions—it’s your choice. Free event.

RSVP on the form below or call or email Michelle Vance at 614.228.8888 / mvance@ohioliving.org


September 11, 2018

Coffee Time: Medieval Fashion: Did it Exist?

September 11, 2018 10am-12pm Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber Auditorium

Did fashion as we now understand it exist in the Middle Ages? Professor of French and Italian at the Ohio State University, Sarah-Grace Heller,will present the importance of clothing through stories and reconstructed garments on display. We’ll be traveling through both the “Dark Ages” and the period when towns grew rich again as the population rebounded. Enjoy a few fascinating tales as well as a hands-on experience!

 

What is Coffee Time?

Coffee Time is a FREE event that provides an opportunity to learn something new, be entertained or be informed about a topic or issue affecting adults. Monthly, Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber offers fresh baked breakfast refreshments and coffee at 10 a.m., followed by the scheduled speaker at 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium.

To RSVP for Coffee Time, fill out the form below or call or email Michelle Vance. You can reach Michelle at 614.228.8888 or mvance@ohioliving.org. And don’t forget to invite your friends to join you in these life enriching opportunities.
 

Learn More

Coffee Time: Medieval Fashion: Did it Exist?

Did fashion as we now understand it exist in the Middle Ages? Professor of French and Italian at the Ohio State University, Sarah-Grace Heller,will present the importance of clothing through stories and reconstructed garments on display. We’ll be traveling through both the “Dark Ages” and the period when towns grew rich again as the population rebounded. Enjoy a few fascinating tales as well as a hands-on experience!

 

What is Coffee Time?

Coffee Time is a FREE event that provides an opportunity to learn something new, be entertained or be informed about a topic or issue affecting adults. Monthly, Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber offers fresh baked breakfast refreshments and coffee at 10 a.m., followed by the scheduled speaker at 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium.

To RSVP for Coffee Time, fill out the form below or call or email Michelle Vance. You can reach Michelle at 614.228.8888 or mvance@ohioliving.org. And don’t forget to invite your friends to join you in these life enriching opportunities.