Events at Noble Horizons

All of our events are open to the public so mark your calendars and bring your friends! Contact Caroline Burchfield, Community Relations for more info at cburchfield@churchhomes.org.

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Free Summer Balance Classes at Noble Horizons

Noble Horizons will host free summer balance classes from 10:30-11:30 am on Wednesdays beginning Wednesday, June 27 and running through July 18.

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Considering Capitalism with Dr. Mary O'Neil


Noble Horizons invites you back to school summer style, with mini-enrichment classes taught by one of the area’s finest teachers.

Writer and former university professor Mary O'Neil, PhD, will offer Considering Capitalism which explores the theory, practice, and moral implications of capitalism, individual liberty, private property, free market, and Marxist Communism.

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King Richard: Tragedy or History with George Faison

Noble Horizons invites you back to school summer style, with mini-enrichment classes taught by one of the area’s finest teachers.

George Faison will untangle Shakespeare’s web of deceit and manipulation in Richard II: Tragedy or History?

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We also offer regularly scheduled ongoing events.   See Ongoing Events

Jun
27
2018

Free Summer Balance Classes at Noble Horizons

Noble Horizons will host free summer balance classes from 10:30-11:30 am on Wednesdays beginning Wednesday, June 27 and running through July 18.

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Jun
28
2018

Gadgets and Gizmos

Location: Community Room

The Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging Assistive Technology Center will present Gadgets and Gizmos on Thursday, June 28 at 11:00am in the Community Room.

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Jul
02
2018

Considering Capitalism with Dr. Mary O'Neil


Noble Horizons invites you back to school summer style, with mini-enrichment classes taught by one of the area’s finest teachers.

Writer and former university professor Mary O'Neil, PhD, will offer Considering Capitalism which explores the theory, practice, and moral implications of capitalism, individual liberty, private property, free market, and Marxist Communism.

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Jul
10
2018

King Richard: Tragedy or History with George Faison

Noble Horizons invites you back to school summer style, with mini-enrichment classes taught by one of the area’s finest teachers.

George Faison will untangle Shakespeare’s web of deceit and manipulation in Richard II: Tragedy or History?

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Jul
11
2018

America and Me: Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass with William Kinsolving

Noble Horizons invites you back to school summer style, with mini-enrichment classes taught by one of the area’s finest teachers.

Best-selling author, playwright and actor William Kinsolving will teach America and Me: Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass.

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Jul
12
2018

A Summer Night of Songs You Love

Pack your picnic basket and treat yourself to a lovely summer evening on July 12th on the Noble grounds followed by a concert of your favorite songs performed by Michael Berkeley and Maria B. Hickey. Between 5:30-6:30 pm, enjoy a casual picnic by the water’s edge or at a table set up just for you (please RSVP).

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Jul
14
2018

Happiness is a Choice You Make

What's the secret to living a fuller, more content life? For John Leland, an award-winning New York Times reporter and author of the New York Times bestseller "Happiness Is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year among the Oldest Old," the answer came from an unexpected place: from the lives of six people age 85 and up. John Leland speaks at Noble Horizons on July 14 at 11am.

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Jul
20
2018

Blood Drive at Noble Horizons

Location: Community Room

Make Someone Whole Again. Without A, B & O, we can’t save anybody. You are the #MissingType we need.

On Friday, July 20 from 1:00-6:00 pm Noble Horizons is hosting the American Red Cross Blood Drive.

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Jul
26
2018

The Secrets to Healthy Eating As You Age

As we age, our nutritional needs change and how we respond will determine how we feel and function. Choosing the best nutrients can improve mood, reduce the risk for health conditions, keep the mind sharp and boost energy.

 

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