We have been getting into the holiday spirit in recent weeks around campus. Whether it be the lighting of the Menorah, donating gifts to the children of our local community, decorating the facility, trimming trees, or the residents and staff participating in Festive Fridays, everyone has been showing their love and joy for the holidays. Once again, the Festival of Trees was a huge success, and the Auxiliary would like to thank all donors, sponsors and visitors for supporting us for over 25 years. As always, community members are welcome to join us for all of our upcoming programs and events please see below and visit the Events page on our website for more details. We here at Noble wish you all a healthy and happy holiday season!
Thank You From Noble Auxiliary
Wednesday Weekly Balance Class
This weekly program in November will be in in our Learning Center (due to Festival of Trees) from 10:30am-11:30am. It is led by our dedicated Physical Therapy Department who wish to help you improve your balance, muscle strength, flexibility, mobility, and enhance you overall physical and mental health.
Join Anytime it's Fun and Free!
- Please Note -
There will be NO Class on December 27th due to holiday.
Give The Gift Of Life!
A Blood Drive is scheduled at Noble Horizons on January 11th from 10-4 in the community room. Save a life and give blood today!
Please go to the Red Cross website to make an appointment
The Thin Blue Line Book Discussion
Author Greg Dillon will be joining us on January 17th at 2pm in the Community Room for his intriguing discussion about his book The Thin Blue Lie (An Honest Cop vs the FBI). This is the fascinating true story of an FBI whistleblower! Please go to our website The Thin Blue Lie Book Discussion page to register.
Housatonic Camera Club Exhibit Opening
These photographs are presented by the Housatonic Camera Club, whose members come from communities in the tristate area to share their love of photography, their experiences, travels, expertise, and to educate one another and the public about the photographic process. Please join us on January 19th from 4-6pm in the Learning Center for the exhibit opening and meet the team that makes this happen. Exhibit will stay open weekends from 11-4pm until February19th.
JFK Lecture Series
It's been 60 years since the assassination of one of our greatest presidents. Join Jim Bates, long time local and historian on December 15, January 5, January 19 at 10:30 in our Learning Center where Jim will take you on a journey of the past with plenty of time for Q&A. Please sign up for one or all on our website by going to the The JFK Assassination Lecture Series page on our website