April Flowers – Welcome Spring


We Welcome Spring

Now that March has past and Easter has been celebrated, we officially welcome spring, and we are very excited to share what we have in store for you. For starters, April is Stress Awareness Month, and we continue to provide programs of art, exercise and music that help us reduce the stress in our lives. We invite all to join in, as our classes and programs are open to the surrounding community. We are also celebrating Poetry Month and Earth Month and are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting an incredible performance that will incorporate both in the upcoming weeks! The resident Garden Club has had their first meeting and they started planning the outline of their upcoming season. We are all awaiting our first taste of fresh vegetables straight out of our Noble Garden. The Auxiliary is shaking things up and will be hosting a new and exciting fundraising event on April 20th showcasing local artists celebrating all things BEAR. Please scroll below or visit our website events page to register for classes or more information on programs and events we have to offer. We hope to see you around campus very soon.


Mermaid Gypsy Art Opening Reception: March 22nd 4-6PM Learning Center

Ariel Halsted, creator of Mermaid Gypsy, is a local artist that has traveled all over the country to create art with the intention of spreading colorful vides and capturing positivity through her brush strokes. Join us on opening night where you can meet this one-of-a-kind artist, enjoy wine, light snacks and great conversation. The exhibit will be open for viewing on weekends from 11-4 until April 14th.


Ann Kraus Art Exhibit "Sky-Scapes"

Ann Kraus is an abstract landscape artist who grew up in Newton, Massachusetts. Her paintings represent her interaction with the natural environment and capture the essence of feelings evoked by a specific time and place. Her use of acrylic paint as the main medium allows an immediacy and vibrancy of color and texture. The exhibit will open on April 19th from 4-6 in the Learning Center and will continue on weekends from 11-4 until May 12th.


The Right to Bear Art

This is a group show featuring local artists with donated works celebrating all things BEAR! $25 reservations and $30 at the door with all proceeds going to benefit the Noble Auxiliary. Please contact the Noble Horizons front desk at for more information. Don't forget to stop by the Country Store to purchase all your bear accessories. Open Monday and Thursday from 11am-2pm, and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12pm-3pm


Paint Cafe with Hannah Jung

We will be hosting The Voice of Art's "Therapeutic Art Program for Older Adults" (TAP), featuring Van Gough “Starry Night.” This class will be held on April 23 from 1:30-4:30 pm in our Learning Center. Join Hannah Jung as she shows us how to branch out of our comfort zone and step into our creative side. No art training is necessary, all are welcome. This is her last painting class before her 4-week series of Sumi Ink Painting so sign up today. Art supply fee will be waived for Noble Horizons residents and registration is required.

Register for the Theraputic Art Program


Grumbling Gryphons
Bringing Poetry to Life

Hold Fast to your Dreams!

This delightful musical and dramatic production will feature renowned musician and storyteller Joseph Sobol, performing his own original musical settings of some of the world's best-loved poems with the ensemble. For more information, visit our event page.

Corey Yoga Noble Horizons

Chair Yoga with Corey

Come and experience the powerful healing benefits of chair yoga with a certified yoga and meditation instructor Corey Chapman. Corey will provide benefits for stress relief, relaxation, improved sleep, lower blood pressure, and overall improved physical and mental health. Each one-hour program is for all levels and abilities, and anyone can participate as long as they keep their mind open. Don’t miss out on the healing powers Corey can offer.

Register for the Chair Yoga Class


Chair Zumba is Back!

Certified Zumba instructor Placido Birriel will lead these weekly classes on Fridays from 10:30 – 11:30 am beginning Friday, January 19th. Chair Zumba incorporates movements taken from Latin dances like the merengue, salsa, and cha cha to create an exhilarating program that aims to improve overall energy, core stability, muscular strength, cardiovascular endurance, and motor skills. Burn calories while having some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome so come start your new year right with us.

Register for the Chair Zumba Class

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Wednesday Weekly Balance Class

This popular weekly program is held in our Community Room on Wednesdays from 10:30am-11:30am. The class 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!

Register for the Fall Prevention and Balance Class

Planting Seeds of Love


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