Grateful November


As the New England weather chills us and we approach the holiday season of giving, we are thankful for all the support that has been shown during our annual appeal to purchase a new transport vehicle to keep our residents connected to the surrounding area at large. Your generosity, as always overwhelming, makes us very proud to be a part of such a community that recognizes the needs of our continuum of care residents. Thank you for the continued support you show. We are looking forward to celebrating and starting the holiday season with you and invite you to join us for our many upcoming programs this month. Please see below for a look at all of our upcoming events and visit the Events page on our website for further information.

What's In A Name?

Exhibit Open Weekends until Dec 3rd

Have you ever been curious about the origins of Salisbury’s street names? Join us at The Learning Center to explore an intriguing exhibition, curated by the Salisbury Association, aimed at unraveling these mysteries. This exhibit will warmly welcome the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm until December 3rd. No registration is necessary—simply drop by and immerse yourself in the fascinating insights waiting to be uncovered.

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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 Register here.

Auxiliary Corner


Stop in the Learning Center on November 18th from 9:00-2:00 before you visit the opening of the Festival of Trees and find those one-of-a-kind gifts you were looking for! There is something for everyone on your holiday list!


For more than a quarter of a century, the Festival of Trees has brought cheer to Noble Residents, the surrounding community, and groups of all ages. This year the theme is Jingle Bells- a song that was written in 1857 and long associated with Christmas but was originally about Thanksgiving. Such an appropriate theme as we open the festival for viewing on November 18th. Please visit our website for more information.


If you couldn't find what you were looking for at the Holiday Fair, you are sure to find it in the Country Store. Hand-picked items with Storewide Holiday Sales. Open to the public at times and days listed above.

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Therapeutic Art Program

Thursday, November 30th 2-5PM
Wednesday, December 6th 2 - 5PM

Noble Horizons will be hosting the Paint Cafe’s Therapeutic Art Program for Older Adults, featuring Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers.”

The Studio Art Supply Fee will be waived for Noble Horizons Residents. Classes will be held in the Learning Center. Registration is required and SPACES ARE LIMITED.

Please click here to register for this event.


Top to Toes Exercise with Pamela 

Join Pamela in our Community Room from 10:30-11:30 on Saturday, October 7th, 21st, 28th and November 4th & 11th (please note she is NOT here on October 14th). She offers a unique experience that incorporates breathing, balance, friends and fun for all levels and abilities! Come be a part of her hour-long experience.  Register by clicking here


Connecting Through Facebook

November 29th at 2PM

Join Mindy Rosen for step-by-step instructions on how to use Facebook to the fullest! Safely reconnect with family, friends and groups you want to join. Get all the tools you need in this very informative program. Light refreshments will be served, registration is required, and SPACES ARE LIMITED. This event will be held in the Learning Center. Click here to register.


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