WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
Art Matters presents, “American Watercolors” at 1:45 P.M. in the Living Room. Join us for a look at the work of some great American watercolorists including John James Audubon, Winslow Homer, and John Singer Sargent.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29
Historian John Horrigan with a lecture and slide presentation, “The Dustbowl and the Great Depression” at 3:00 P.M. in the Community Room. Learn about the unfortunate drought in the “bread basket” of the United States that compounded the misery of an already-suffering nation.
Neville Place Sponsors Cambridge Connections Memory Café
Neville Place Assisted Living is now a Grand Sponsor for Cambridge Connections Memory Café, a monthly social gathering for people with Alzheimer'd and related dementias and their care partners, family, or friends in a safe and inclusive space that features conversation, activities, and light refreshments.
Memory Support Residents Find New Voice Through Photovoice Project
Residents in Neville Place's Compass Memory Support Neighborhood recently took part in Photovoice, a unique project developed by Caroline Wang, PhD and Mary Anne Burris of the University of Michigan. It empowers individuals to express themselves through photography by capturing images of interest and describing the meaning behind them.
What's Happening Today at Neville Place