Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This February Public Welcome

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The following events are FREE and OPEN TO ALL (regardless of age) at Windsor Place of Wilmington (92 West Street) this February:Every Wednesday in FebruaryNew to the calendar: Interfaith Bible Study9:30 am, PubReverend Travis Bonnette-Kim, from Wilmington’s United Methodist Church, will be coming in each Wednesday morning to lead a Interfaith Bible Study group.Tuesday, February 5Music Program: Dan Hart, guitar and vocals2:30 pm, Activity RoomDan Hart is a singer and guitarist with a repertoire of hundreds of songs from the 1920s through the 1970s. He has performed professionally for more than 30 years from coast to coast and in Europe. Whether on stage or strolling with his guitar, his music and personality have won loyal audiences everywhere. His ever-growing repertoire is entirely memorized; you won’t see him with a music sheet!Thursday, February 7VoxxLife Balance Presentation11:00 am, Activity RoomCould your balance be improved? Join us for a half-hour presentation about Voxxlife and the products they offer such as their socks, which can help improve balance and stability, and help with pain relief.Friday, February 15Gary Hylander LectureTopic: 1919 @ 10011:00 am, Activity RoomGary Hylander holds a Doctorate in Presidential History and is a scholar entirely impassioned by his subject matter. He makes U.S. history come alive. This month’s topic is: 1919 @ 100. This year marks the centennial of the calendar year 1919. Following the end of the Great War of 1914-1918, America was rocked by labor unrest and bombings. A Red Scare swept the nation. What sinister forces were behind the Black Sox World Series Scandal? A fatal influenza epidemic overwhelmed the resources of the medical community. Women voted, bobbed their hair and smoked in public. World War I was where the nineteenth and twentieth centuries parted ways. In the 1920 election, presidential nominee, Warren Harding, campaigned on a return to “normalcy.”Wednesday, February 20Steps in Time Dance program with Michael Windward2:45 pm, Activity RoomMichael Winward, an independent dance artist, will be coming by for another afternoon of ballroom dancing. With influences in American-style ballroom, ballet and contemporary dance practices, his work places a strong focus on building connections. Connection to one’s body, one’s self, one’s audience; connection between dance partners, connection within and across communities. In 2016, Michael founded Steps in Time, a program that brings ballroom dance workshops to senior communities. Ballroom dancing provides incredible benefits to older adults. It encourages good posture and it provides low-impact, cardiovascular exercise. All are welcome, whether you’d like to participate or just spectate!Thursday, February 21New performer: Music Program: Roald Wilson, various instruments2:30 pm, Activity RoomMulti-talented musician Roald Wilson will delight you with music from around the world playing rare and unusual musical instruments. He has been building, playing and teaching every musical instrument known to mankind for over 40 years and has performed on over 200 different instruments.(NOTE: The above information is from Windsor Place of Wilmington.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, February 5, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This September (Public Welcome)In “Community”Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This July (Public Welcome)In “Community”last_img

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