The new Villas feature an open floor plan concept with high ceilings and natural light from multiple sides. In addition, each Villa building has a community room for gatherings and personal garage space in a unique neighborhood setting.
This marketing presentation provides an excellent overview of SVWC and the Villa expansion project. Lunch will then be served by our Dining Services staff. (NOTE: If you RSVP and cannot attend, kindly let us know.)
Afterward, we'll do a tour of the campus and several accommodations.
Select from the following dates for in-person Presentations:
Tuesday, Oct. 10 - 10:30 am
Tuesday, Oct. 24 - 10:30 am
Tuesday, Nov. 14 - 10:30 am
Tuesday, Nov. 28 - 10:30 am
Tuesday, Dec. 12 - 10:30 am
RSVP by calling 540-665-5914.
"Nowhere to be and miles to go” is Lawrence Gallery’s latest exhibit, featuring fine art photography by Scott Saylor. Scott is a resident of Lake Frederick, just south of Winchester, VA. He has a love for travel, adventure photography, and the outdoors. His passion is found on the roads less traveled throughout the United States, and he has visited over 20 National Parks.
Scott has been practicing his craft for the past 41 years. He is a retired Fairfax County Public Schools photography teacher who earned a BFA in photography from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. He also has earned an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
His photography conjures stories of days long gone. Scott researches his locations to photograph and often takes over a week or more on the road searching for that elusive image he has yet to see but knows it awaits his camera.
Scott hopes that the viewers of the photographs will draw a personal connection of their own to the images, perhaps from past experiences and memories of places in their lives.
All works are for sale, and the public is welcome to come and view the exhibit any day between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
SVWC's Music Therapist, Abigail D'Arcangelis, will be hosting a support group for those who care for loved ones with any type of Dementia. They will be held the first Thursday of each month from 11 a.m. - Noon on SVWC's campus. The public is invited to participate. Should you have questions or want more details, feel free to email Mrs. D'Arcangelis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-542-0656.
Started in 2020 as a first of its kind in our area, the Memory Café is a safe and comfortable space where care-partners and their loved ones living with any type of dementia can gather to socialize, play games, and enjoy activities together. Come experience community, laughter, and conversation with others navigating similar changes and make new memories together. This is a FREE event hosted by SVWC on the second Monday of each month. For additional details, contact Donielle Weatherholtz-Palmer at email@example.com
Robbie Limon will sing and play again for us on Friday evening, October 20. This will be his 12th performance in the Bistro. Something of a local legend, Robbie is admired throughout the Shenandoah Valley and beyond. He often does benefit concerts in the Winchester area. He is well known for his vibrant renditions of hits from the 1960s and 1970s. For those unfamiliar with Robbie, he sings top tunes from albums made famous by talents like John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Buddy Holly, Hank Williams, Sr., Roy Orbison, and the Doobie Brothers. Robbie’s renditions help us imagine we are hearing the originals again. We’re on that train past Folsom Prison; we’re on the road again; we remember that all we’ve gotta do is dream, dream, dream. Hard to forget that ring of fire. There is a touch of an actor in his performance. Many recall how he held the Wayside Theater in Middletown together for several years until it closed. Robbie’s vocal agility and glittering guitar build excitement. He takes us back to music we have long enjoyed. We danced to these tunes, sang with them on the radio, and played them on the phonograph. Many are beautiful love songs.
The concert begins at 7:30 pm. Admission is $10 cash at the door.
The Bistro Concert Series is sponsored by Atlantic Union Bank, and a portion of the proceeds goes to our SVWC Fellowship Fund.