Karl Saliter’s Earthbound Buddha
Don't miss Earthbound Buddha, artist/sculptor Karl Saliter's exhibit and sale of new works opening at Noble Horizons on October 18, 5-7 pm. Saliter describes the collection as "a loving body of work trafficking in everyday aspects of the spiritual search. It is reverent. It is irreverent. It offers an unusual series of multi-media works in recycled materials. People who come to this show will get to be part of a delightful lighthearted turn on "wisdom," and short circuit their own spiritual search with laughter."
Karl Saliter is well-known for his outdoor sculpture which can be found throughout the world as well as the Noble Horizons campus. He is also celebrated as a circus/comic/multi-skill performer and has graced stages as varied as the Metropolitan Opera, the Boston Celtics, and The Humor Project. "Art," Saliter explains, "is completely the water I swim in. The two things I cultivate in my mind are gratitude and wonder." Saliter's work can be viewed weekends, 11 am-4 pm through November 10.
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On December 6 from 2-3 pm at the Northeast Millerton Library, Noble Horizons social worker, Linda Orlowski LSMW will present, “Maximizing Memory and Brain Health-What You Need to Know.”
Save December 10 at 11:45 for a delicious lunch and inspiring presentation at Noble Horizons from Nutritionist Roufia Payman DT, CDN.
Beginning on December 10, from 5-6 pm, certified Zumba instructor PJ Birriel will teach a weekly Zumba class in the Noble Horizons Community Room.
Hamish Lutris Presents The U.S. Presidency: Forgive Your Enemies, But Never Forget Their Names On Monday, December 16, from 10:00-11:30 am, Hamish Lutris will offer a free program at Noble Horizons entitled, “Forgive Your Enemies, But Never Forget Their Names.”
On December 21 at 2 pm, Free, Noble Horizons invites you to enjoy a concert with the talented Wanda Houston and her trio. Ms. Houston, known for dazzling renditions of musical theater, jazz, gospel, R$B, will also perform holiday favorites. Following her concert, guests are invited to enjoy a reception with Ms. Houston and her band.
Make your brain a priority on January 23 by attending Noble Horizons’ Healthy Brain and Memory Screening program at 11 am. Jennifer LaBrie from Hartford Healthcare’s Center for Healthy Aging will discuss ways to keep your brain healthy, techniques for maintaining a sharp memory, and the difference between normal age-related memory changes and those that may warrant a deeper look.