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VESPER SERVICES

Fine Dining Night

Unless otherwise noted, Vesper Services are held at 5:00pm in the Chapel.

Thursday, May 19 7:00pm In the Dining Room Cost: $49.99

Sunday, May 1 Rev. Mark Portis Clemmons United Methodist Church Sunday, May 8 Rev. Timothy Wolf Blaise Baptist Church, Mocksville

The menu for tonight’s dining experience presents a “Feast from Far East.” There are wine pairings with the courses of the meal. Amuse: Tempura Lobster

Sunday, May 15 Rev. Gerald Chrisco New Hope Presbyterian Church, Clemmons

Salad: Ginger Bibb Salad

Sunday, May 22 Rev. Dr. Chris Thore Clemmons United Methodist Church

Sorbet

Please note that this meal is on Thursday evening and seating is limited to 24 people. Make your dinner reservations with the Front Desk soon, indicating you wish to participate in Fine Dining.

PUBLISHED BY MELANIE JONES

Mother’s Day Buffet Sunday , May 8 11:30 am to 2:00 pm In the Dining Room C ost : $17.95 Featured Menu: Herbed Prime Rib Ham with Apple-Ginger Chutney Seared Whitefish with Shrimp Cream

MAY 2011 Featured Resident

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Birthdays & Anniversaries

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Calendar

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Programs

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Arts & Adventure

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Entertainment provided by

Kathleen Welch Please make Dinner Reservations at the Front Desk by Friday, May 6.

Bermuda Village Retirement Resort

Vesper Services will end on Sunday, May 29 and resume in September. The Chapel is always open for those in need of reflection.

Dessert: Coconut Panna Cotta

142 Bermuda Village Drive Bermuda Run, NC 27006

Sunday, May 29 Rev. Rob Evans Shallowford Presbyterian Church, Lewisville

Entrée: Yaki Beef Filet

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Recreation & Fitness

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Village Living

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Saturday Movies

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Menu

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Doug McDowall

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FEATURED RESIDENT

B I R T H D AY S

Doug McDowall moved to his new home in Bermuda Village in December, 2010. He relocated here from Annandale, Virginia. Doug’s father was born in Scotland, near Glasgow. He came to the United States in the early 1920’s for a job in Ohio, where he met his future wife. Doug was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Akron, Ohio. He has one older brother who still lives in Akron. Doug served in the United States Army from 1961 to 1963. He was stationed in Connecticut and Maryland. He achieved the rank of Captain serving as a General Medical Officer. Doug was educated at Miami University in Ohio, where he earned his A.B. degree. He received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati. While serving in the Army, Doug was asked to work in a pediatric clinic and discovered that, unlike his medical school experience with hospitalized children, he enjoyed the opportunity that the Army gave him – working with children in an outpatient setting. Doug practiced pediatric medicine for most of his career. Doug’s wife, Laura, died in April of 2010. They have two children. Their daughter, Martha Nichols, lives in Winston-Salem, and their son, Andy, lives in Raleigh. Doug has four grandchildren. Doug is already a regular participant in the LifeFit program. In addition to exercise, he enjoys playing Bridge, cultural events and reading. He particularly enjoys reading historical and biographical selections. We look forward to his involvement in our community.

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ANNIVERSARIES Nicky & John Stange Lucille & Frank Sweeten Catered Living: Barbara & John Pappas

Tuesday

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115 Oleander Drive Kathy Keller Al Keene Barbara Register June Michalove Don Hibbard Gene Hooks Lois Tandy Evelyn Bechtold Margaret Moore Bill Squires Bill Shultz Mary Lonnquest Sara Vincent Catered Living: Ann Melvin John Pappas

Monday

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Pork Stew Fried Chicken Seafood Dish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Wednesday

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Eggs Benedict

Main Dining Room Closed BBQ Pork Loin Scallop Potatoes Peas $7.95

Eggplant Parmesan $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

4 Egg Salad Plate Chicken en Croute $15.95 Atrium and Dining Room

8 9 10 11 Main Dining Mother’s Day Open-faced Buffet Turkey Bacon Room Closed Baked Chicken Beef Sandwich Prime Rib Panini with Smoked Ham Gouda Mornay Whitefish Chicken and BIRTHDAY Mashed Potato $17.95 Dumplings NIGHT Green Beans $11.95 Reservations $7.95 Ham Dinner

Required 11:30am - 2:00pm

Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

15 Pork Loin Chicken Florentine Seared Fish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

16 Popcorn Shrimp Plate Corned Beef and Cabbage $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Dining Room

17 Main Dining Room Closed Braised Beef With Port Wine Reduction Rice Pilaf Glazed Carrots $7.95 Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

Thursday

18 Texas Dog Appetizer Soup Cobb Salad $14.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Friday

Saturday

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Cinco de Mayo Taco Bar $8.99

Sunshine Platter

Deli Sandwich and Soup

Mom’s Meat Loaf $13.95

Fresh Catch Market Price

Kentucky Hot Brown Dinner $14.95

Dining Room

12 Buffet Luncheon Veal Saltimbocca $16.95 Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

Cuban 13 Sandwich

Atrium

7:00pm Fine Dining $49.99

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Deli Sandwich 5:00pm-6:00pm and Soup Patio Party $14.95 Magnolia Patio Sliced NY Strip $17.99 6:00pm OR Fresh Catch Salmon Market Price $16.99 Atrium and Dining Room

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Dining Room

Dining Room

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French Dip Fresh Catch Market Price Atrium and Dining Room

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Deli Sandwich and Soup Prime Rib $17.99 Dining Room

Dining Room

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A la Carte Brunch Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

29 Leg of Lamb Fried Chicken Seafood Dish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Baked Spaghetti $11.95 Atrium and Dining Room

24 Main Dining Room Closed Home-style Meatloaf Roasted Herb Potatoes Lima Beans $7.95 Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

31 BLT 30 Sandwich Memorial Day Main Dining Room Closed Buffet Carved Brisket Sausages with Peppers and BBQ Chicken Onions Sweet & Tangy $7.95 Pork Ribs Can be ordered by $17.95 calling the Dining Room Casual Dress for this evening

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25 Sunshine Platter Sweet and Sour Pork $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

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Buffet Luncheon

Pita Pizza

Salisbury Steak $13.95

Fresh Catch Market Price

Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

28 Deli Sandwich and Soup Steak Night $17.99 Dining Room

May Menu As a reminder… If the Nightly Special is not to your liking, you may order from the Dinner Menu except for Buffets and Special Events. The Fresh Catch and Market Price will be available Friday Morning. Menu subject to change.


Saturday Movies

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Red (2010) Saturday, May 7

Burlesque (2010) Rated PG-13

After leaving Iowa with stars in her eyes, Ali (Christina Aguilera) arrives in Los Angeles at a burlesque lounge, where she dreams of taking the stage with her soaring voice. Club owner Tess (Cher) is about to lose the place and thinks Ali may help business. Meanwhile, Ali’s roommate (Cam Gigandet) starts to fall for her in this snappy, Golden Globe-nominated comedy co-starring Stanley Tucci as Tess’s sidekick and Kristen Bell as Ali’s rival.

Caravaggio (2007) Saturday, May 21

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

Not Rated

The American (2010)

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MOTHER’S DAY

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

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1:00pm Bridge 3:30pm

Shuffleboard Mixer

1:30pm Shop Hanes Point and Walmart

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W-S Symphony Stevens Center

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

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Saturday

9 & 18 Hole 6 Senior Golf

Cinco de Mayo Buffet

1:00pm Dupl. Bridge

Knit One Sew Too

1:30pm

Always held in the 1st Floor Redbud Parlor

Tea & Talk

1:30pm Shop Food Lion

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:30pm

Always held in the 1st Floor Redbud Parlor

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9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

Depart: 7:15pm

Nunsense II

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5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

3:00pm

6:00pm

MEMORIAL DAY DINNER BUFFET

1:30pm

In the Living Rm

24 1:30pm Shop Clemmons 4:30pm Communion Service

Tea & Talk

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9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

Depart: 11:15am Music Lovers Luncheon 1:30pm Shop Lowes 5:00pm

Patio Party

1:00pm Dupl. Bridge

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1:30pm Shop Food Lion

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1:30pm Knit One Sew Too

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

Wine Aficionados

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9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

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5:30pm

Kentucky Derby Party In the Living Rm

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2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: Burlesque Rated PG-13

Depart: 6:45pm

Spring Dance Concert UNCSA

Tea & Talk 7:30pm

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1:30pm Shop Thruway

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9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:30pm Shop Lowes

The 5:00pm Junction Trio Friday Night In the Dining Rm Social Magnolia Patio

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9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

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Salem Tavern

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

BIRTHDAY NIGHT 7:45pm NONA

In the LifeFit Dept.

Depart: 6:00pm

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Knit One Sew Too

Knit One Sew Too

Dinner on the Town

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1:30pm

Relaxation Workshop Depart: 6:45pm W-S Symphony

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Magnolia Patio

Stevens Center

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In the Living Rm

On the Shuffleboard Court

Rated R

On the heels of a rough assignment, assassin Jack (George Clooney) declares that his next job will be his last. Dispatched to a small Italian town to await further orders, Jack embarks on a double life that may be more relaxing than is good for him. Although duty will surely call, Jack becomes friends with Father Benedetto (Paolo Bonacelli) and falls for villager Clara (Violante Placido) in this suspense thriller directed by Anton Corbijn.

Thursday

Clemmons Theatre

Depart: 2:15pm

Exquisite cinematography highlights this biopic about Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Alessio Boni), an Italian genius whose passionate Baroque paintings reflect his zest for living, which dampens when he becomes entangled with a prostitute named Fillide (Claire Keim). Caravaggio’s arrogance enrages his high-society patrons, but he continues to cavort with his disreputable friends until violence overtakes him. ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

Saturday, May 28

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Rated PG-13

After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA operative for a new identity, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is basking in normality. But he’s forced to return to old habits when an assassin puts a target on his back and goes after the woman (Mary-Louise Parker) he loves. Helen Mirren and John Malkovich co-star as former members of Frank’s team who reluctantly reassemble to save his life in the Golden Globe-nominated action-comedy.

Saturday, May 14

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11:30am

2:00 & 7:30 pm

In the Living Room

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MAY CALENDAR

2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: The American Rated R


Cinco de Mayo Buffet Luncheon Thursday, May 5 11:30am In the Dining Room Cost: $8.99

MAY PROGR AMS

BERMUDA VILLAGE SEMI-ANNUAL RESIDENT ASSOCIATION MEETING Tuesday, May 10 2:00pm In the Living Room Everyone is welcome!

Saturday, May 7 5:30pm In the Living Room Pick out the winning horse, turn in your ballots and sip on a Mint Julep while you watch the horses run. Post time is 6:24pm. Ballot sheets may be turned in after 5:30pm. Ballots are $2.00 each and are limited to three horses. Bets must be paid for when you turn in your ballots. Only the winning horse pays off. Please make a party reservation at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 6.

Birthday Night Wednesday, May 11 Featuring: NONA 7:45pm In the Living Room NONA puts a fascinating twist on the rarely heard combination of cello and bass by introducing new compositions and arrangements infused with an eclectic mix of elements from classical, jazz, and Latin to folk. Bassist Gil Katz’s diverse abilities have led him to perform a wide spectrum of music from classical to popular music and jazz. Katz has worked with renowned artists including Barbara Streisand, Barry Gibb and John Secada. Currently, Katz is Principal double bass with the Sarasota Opera Orchestra and the Utah Festival Opera. Nadine Trundel, cellist, performs as Principal cellist of the Sarasota Opera and with the Sarasota Orchestra. Ms. Trundel has also been a musical artist with the Florida Philharmonic, Boston Ballet, and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Mark your calendars! You will not want to miss this fantastic musical performance.

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Menu: Taco Bar Entertainment provided by Flamenco Guitarist, James Gould

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DOUBLES SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNAMENT The Shuffleboard Tournament for partners is about to begin and everyone is invited to participate.

If you would like to compete, please sign up in the Mailroom by Friday, May 6. At that time, the ladder will be posted and play may begin. Good luck and have fun!

Monday, May 9 3:30pm On the Shuffleboard Court This opportunity is limited to 12 competitors. Sign up in the Mailroom by Friday, May 6 to participate in this Mixer. When Shuffleboard play is completed, participants and their guests are invited to attend a Social on the Magnolia Patio and then enjoy dinner on the Garden Terrace. When making your dinner reservation with the Front Desk, please request seating on the Garden Terrace.

Kim Shuskey, Director of Davie County Senior Services, serves as SHIIP Counselor through the North Carolina Department of Insurance. This program will provide an excellent review of Medicare and the options available to you. Explore the basics of Medicare, supplements, prescription drug plans and Advantage plans. There will be a Question and Answer period following the program. EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

Everyone can benefit from this Workshop! Heidi Ogle will lead you through relaxation techniques that you can use at home to manage the stress experienced during your day. Participants have the option of using floor mats or chairs. If you would like to participate in this opportunity, please sign up in the Mailroom by Monday, May 16.

No Exercise Classes will be held on Monday, May 30, 2011. Have a wonderful Memorial Day Holiday.

Exercise Class Schedule

StrengthStrength TrainingTraining Co-Ed Cardio

Cardio Fit & Flex

Cardio Fit & Flex

10:45pmSit & FitPilatesSit & FitSit & Fit 1:30pm 2:30pm

Dinner on the Town

Tuesday, May 24 • Depart: 6:00pm (Winston-Salem) The Old Salem Tavern features traditional Moravian favorites alongside contemporary fare under the direction of Chef John Deschler. Specialties include Deviled Beef Short Ribs, Pumpkin and Sunflower Seed Crusted Salmon, and, of course, Moravian Chicken Pie. Residents may sit in groups of 2, 4, 6 or 8 and are responsible for their bills. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 20.

Thursday, May 26 7:30pm In the Dining Room

WaterCo-ed WaterWater AerobicsConditioningAerobics

Cardio Fit & Flex

EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Remember… you do not need dinner reservations to attend the Friday Night Social.

The Junction Trio

TimeMonday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9:45am

YOU MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS AT THE FRONT DESK TO ATTEND – ASSIGNED SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT. Please indicate that you are making a reservation for the Patio Party. If you have any questions please call Melanie at 998-6620.

Weather permitting, the Friday Night Social will be held on the Magnolia Patio.

Wednesday, May 18 3:00pm In the Living Room Guest Speaker: Kim Shuskey

Tuesday, May 17 3:00pm In the LifeFit Department

8:45am

Friday, May 27 5:00pm

Join friends and neighbors on the patio for a great little mixer! Wander around the patio and sample the offerings at several heavy hors d’oeuvre stations. The portable bar will be available for adult beverage purchases, and we will present live entertainment by a three-piece folk band for your enjoyment!

ABC’s and More of Medicare

MEDITATION AND RELAXATION WORKSHOP

8:30am

Friday, May 13 5:00pm-6:00pm On the Magnolia Patio Featuring the music of Sweet St. Caroline Cost: $14.95

BalanceBalanceBalance Walking Group

SATURDAY – 11:00am Seated Yoga (Resident Instructor - Kathy Keller)

The members of The Junction Trio were inspired to join forces by the music of the Kingston Trio. More that 50 years since they burst forth on the American music scene, the Kingston Trio’s music continues to bring back fond memories and attract new fans. The Junction Trio celebrates the good time music of the 1950s and 1960s – a period of revolutionary change in popular music that created wide diversity of musical styles – ranging from the country songs of Hank Williams and the rockabilly music of Carl Perkins to the classic rock and roll favorites of the Everly Brothers and the folk songs of the Kingston Trio.

Relax and enjoy a wonderful musical trip down Memory Lane. Please make dinner reservations at the Front Desk.

MAY PROGR AMS

RECREATION & FITNESS

SHUFFLEBOARD MIXER

May Social

PATIO PARTY


Clemmons Community Theatre and the New Hope Church present:

The Winston-Salem Symphony and the Stevens Center present:

Nunsense II ~ The Second Coming

Beethoven, Hindemith, and You!

Nunsense II: The Second Coming takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a “thank you” show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they’re a bit slicker, having been “bitten by the theater bug.” Things get off to a rousing start as the sisters sing Nunsense, the Magic Word, but before long chaos erupts. Two Franciscans come to claim Sister Mary Amnesia (who has won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes) as one of their own. At the same time, the nuns hear that a talent scout is in the audience to see them strut their stuff. From the riotous bingo game run by Sister Amnesia to the hilarious duet, What Would Elvis Do? to the rousing finale, There’s Only One Way to End Your Prayers and That’s to Say Amen!, this show will have you rolling in the aisles. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, May 4. Based on the transportation reservations we will call and reserve seating at the Church Theatre. You may make your ticket purchase at the “theatre” the night of the event.

The Piedmont Club invites you to their

The UNCSA presents:

MUSIC LOVERS LUNCHEON

Spring Dance Concert

Friday, May 13 Depart: 11:15 am Cost: $15 payable at the Piedmont Club (Winston-Salem) Enjoy a delicious lunch at the Piedmont Club while learning more about the upcoming Winston-Salem Symphony concert ~ Beethoven, Hindemith, and You! Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, May 11.

Saturday, May 14 Depart: 6:45pm (Winston-Salem) Spring Dance at the UNCSA Thrust Theatre will feature a world premiere by acclaimed French choreographer Eric Oberdorff of Compagnie Humaine, A Stair Dance by Eliot Feld, a new creation by faculty-artist Susan McCullough, and Paquita by Marius Petipa. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 721-1945. Box Office hours are Monday - Friday 11:30am to 6:30pm and Saturday from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Thursday, May 12.

Sunday, May 15 Depart: 2:15pm Tuesday, May 17 Depart: 6:45pm (Winston-Salem) The concert opens with Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony no. 6, also known as “Recollections of Country Life” - a perfect choice for spring – and closes with Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis, an upbeat, fun, exciting work filled with beautiful melodies you’re sure to enjoy. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 464-0145. Box Office hours are Monday – Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm. Please make transportation reservations for either performance at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 13. The Milton Rhodes Arts Center and the Hanesbrands Theatre present:

The Glass Menagerie Saturday, May 21 Depart: 7:15pm (Winston-Salem) Memory plays tricks, and sometimes you have to work as hard at admitting the truth as you did at avoiding it. In Tennessee Williams’ simple eloquent story, Tom Wingfield takes a good look back at the people and events of his life to try to come to terms with his past, present and future. Stepping in and out of the action to talk to us along the way, he looks with fresh eyes at his domineering mother, Amanda, and his shy, reclusive sister, Laura, obsessed with her menagerie of glass animals. As Tom tries to piece together how their lives have shaped his, he begins to understand who they truly are to him – and who he is to them. First produced in 1945, this Williams classic still proves itself a lyrical masterpiece about families and the resilience – and fragility – of their dreams. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 747-1414. Box Office hours are Monday – Friday from noon to 6:00pm. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Thursday, May 19.

UPCOMING EVENT

SOUNDS OF SUMMER 2011 Friday, June 3 6:30pm - 10:30pm (Lexington, NC) Cost: $75.00 An evening of live music and dancing, a delicious dinner and wines, silent and live auctions, conducted on the beautiful grounds of Childress Vineyards. Proceeds support the work of the Davie Community Foundation. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling the Foundation at 753-6903. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, June 1. Have the tickets held under the name of Bermuda Village and, for those who have made transportation reservations, tickets will be delivered to Bermuda Village by Thursday, June 2.

ARTS & ADVENTURE

ARTS & ADVENTURE

Friday, May 6 Depart: 7:15pm Ticket Cost: $10 payable at the door (Clemmons, NC)


Clemmons Community Theatre and the New Hope Church present:

The Winston-Salem Symphony and the Stevens Center present:

Nunsense II ~ The Second Coming

Beethoven, Hindemith, and You!

Nunsense II: The Second Coming takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a “thank you” show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they’re a bit slicker, having been “bitten by the theater bug.” Things get off to a rousing start as the sisters sing Nunsense, the Magic Word, but before long chaos erupts. Two Franciscans come to claim Sister Mary Amnesia (who has won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes) as one of their own. At the same time, the nuns hear that a talent scout is in the audience to see them strut their stuff. From the riotous bingo game run by Sister Amnesia to the hilarious duet, What Would Elvis Do? to the rousing finale, There’s Only One Way to End Your Prayers and That’s to Say Amen!, this show will have you rolling in the aisles. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, May 4. Based on the transportation reservations we will call and reserve seating at the Church Theatre. You may make your ticket purchase at the “theatre” the night of the event.

The Piedmont Club invites you to their

The UNCSA presents:

MUSIC LOVERS LUNCHEON

Spring Dance Concert

Friday, May 13 Depart: 11:15 am Cost: $15 payable at the Piedmont Club (Winston-Salem) Enjoy a delicious lunch at the Piedmont Club while learning more about the upcoming Winston-Salem Symphony concert ~ Beethoven, Hindemith, and You! Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, May 11.

Saturday, May 14 Depart: 6:45pm (Winston-Salem) Spring Dance at the UNCSA Thrust Theatre will feature a world premiere by acclaimed French choreographer Eric Oberdorff of Compagnie Humaine, A Stair Dance by Eliot Feld, a new creation by faculty-artist Susan McCullough, and Paquita by Marius Petipa. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 721-1945. Box Office hours are Monday - Friday 11:30am to 6:30pm and Saturday from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Thursday, May 12.

Sunday, May 15 Depart: 2:15pm Tuesday, May 17 Depart: 6:45pm (Winston-Salem) The concert opens with Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony no. 6, also known as “Recollections of Country Life” - a perfect choice for spring – and closes with Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis, an upbeat, fun, exciting work filled with beautiful melodies you’re sure to enjoy. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 464-0145. Box Office hours are Monday – Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm. Please make transportation reservations for either performance at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 13. The Milton Rhodes Arts Center and the Hanesbrands Theatre present:

The Glass Menagerie Saturday, May 21 Depart: 7:15pm (Winston-Salem) Memory plays tricks, and sometimes you have to work as hard at admitting the truth as you did at avoiding it. In Tennessee Williams’ simple eloquent story, Tom Wingfield takes a good look back at the people and events of his life to try to come to terms with his past, present and future. Stepping in and out of the action to talk to us along the way, he looks with fresh eyes at his domineering mother, Amanda, and his shy, reclusive sister, Laura, obsessed with her menagerie of glass animals. As Tom tries to piece together how their lives have shaped his, he begins to understand who they truly are to him – and who he is to them. First produced in 1945, this Williams classic still proves itself a lyrical masterpiece about families and the resilience – and fragility – of their dreams. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling 747-1414. Box Office hours are Monday – Friday from noon to 6:00pm. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Thursday, May 19.

UPCOMING EVENT

SOUNDS OF SUMMER 2011 Friday, June 3 6:30pm - 10:30pm (Lexington, NC) Cost: $75.00 An evening of live music and dancing, a delicious dinner and wines, silent and live auctions, conducted on the beautiful grounds of Childress Vineyards. Proceeds support the work of the Davie Community Foundation. Residents must purchase tickets in advance by calling the Foundation at 753-6903. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, June 1. Have the tickets held under the name of Bermuda Village and, for those who have made transportation reservations, tickets will be delivered to Bermuda Village by Thursday, June 2.

ARTS & ADVENTURE

ARTS & ADVENTURE

Friday, May 6 Depart: 7:15pm Ticket Cost: $10 payable at the door (Clemmons, NC)


DOUBLES SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNAMENT The Shuffleboard Tournament for partners is about to begin and everyone is invited to participate.

If you would like to compete, please sign up in the Mailroom by Friday, May 6. At that time, the ladder will be posted and play may begin. Good luck and have fun!

Friday, May 27 5:00pm

Monday, May 9 3:30pm On the Shuffleboard Court

Join friends and neighbors on the patio for a great little mixer! Wander around the patio and sample the offerings at several heavy hors d’oeuvre stations. The portable bar will be available for adult beverage purchases, and we will present live entertainment by a three-piece folk band for your enjoyment!

This opportunity is limited to 12 competitors. Sign up in the Mailroom by Friday, May 6 to participate in this Mixer. When Shuffleboard play is completed, participants and their guests are invited to attend a Social on the Magnolia Patio and then enjoy dinner on the Garden Terrace. When making your dinner reservation with the Front Desk, please request seating on the Garden Terrace.

YOU MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS AT THE FRONT DESK TO ATTEND – ASSIGNED SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT. Please indicate that you are making a reservation for the Patio Party. If you have any questions please call Melanie at 998-6620.

ABC’s and More of Medicare Tuesday, May 17 3:00pm In the LifeFit Department

Kim Shuskey, Director of Davie County Senior Services, serves as SHIIP Counselor through the North Carolina Department of Insurance. This program will provide an excellent review of Medicare and the options available to you. Explore the basics of Medicare, supplements, prescription drug plans and Advantage plans. There will be a Question and Answer period following the program. EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

Everyone can benefit from this Workshop! Heidi Ogle will lead you through relaxation techniques that you can use at home to manage the stress experienced during your day. Participants have the option of using floor mats or chairs. If you would like to participate in this opportunity, please sign up in the Mailroom by Monday, May 16.

No Exercise Classes will be held on Monday, May 30, 2011. Have a wonderful Memorial Day Holiday.

Exercise Class Schedule Time

Monday

8:30am

Water Aerobics

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Co-ed Water Conditioning Strength Training

8:45am

Weather permitting, the Friday Night Social will be held on the Magnolia Patio. EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Remember… you do not need dinner reservations to attend the Friday Night Social.

Dinner on the Town

Wedn esday, May 1 8 3:00pm In th e Livin g Room Guest Speaker: Kim Shuskey

MEDITATION AND RELAXATION WORKSHOP

Friday Water Aerobics

Strength Training

9:45am

Cardio Fit & Flex

Co-Ed Cardio

Cardio Fit & Flex

Cardio Fit & Flex

10:45pm

Sit & Fit

Pilates

Sit & Fit

Sit & Fit

1:30pm

Balance

Balance

Balance

2:30pm

May Social

Friday, May 13 5:00pm-6:00pm On the Magnolia Patio Featuring the music of Sweet St. Caroline Cost: $14.95

Walking Group

SATURDAY – 11:00am Seated Yoga (Resident Instructor - Kathy Keller)

Tuesday, May 24 • Depart: 6:00pm (Winston-Salem) The Old Salem Tavern features traditional Moravian favorites alongside contemporary fare under the direction of Chef John Deschler. Specialties include Deviled Beef Short Ribs, Pumpkin and Sunflower Seed Crusted Salmon, and, of course, Moravian Chicken Pie. Residents may sit in groups of 2, 4, 6 or 8 and are responsible for their bills. Please make transportation reservations at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 20.

The Junction Trio Thursday, May 26 7:30pm In the Dining Room The members of The Junction Trio were inspired to join forces by the music of the Kingston Trio. More that 50 years since they burst forth on the American music scene, the Kingston Trio’s music continues to bring back fond memories and attract new fans. The Junction Trio celebrates the good time music of the 1950s and 1960s – a period of revolutionary change in popular music that created wide diversity of musical styles – ranging from the country songs of Hank Williams and the rockabilly music of Carl Perkins to the classic rock and roll favorites of the Everly Brothers and the folk songs of the Kingston Trio. Relax and enjoy a wonderful musical trip down Memory Lane. Please make dinner reservations at the Front Desk.

MAY PROGR AMS

RECREATION & FITNESS

SHUFFLEBOARD MIXER

PATIOPARTY


Cinco de Mayo Buffet Luncheon Thursday, May 5 11:30am In the Dining Room Cost: $8.99

MAY PROGR AMS

BERMUDA VILLAGE SEMI-ANNUAL RESIDENT ASSOCIATION MEETING Tuesday, May 10 2:00pm In the Living Room Everyone is welcome!

Saturday, May 7 5:30pm In the Living Room Pick out the winning horse, turn in your ballots and sip on a Mint Julep while you watch the horses run. Post time is 6:24pm. Ballot sheets may be turned in after 5:30pm. Ballots are $2.00 each and are limited to three horses. Bets must be paid for when you turn in your ballots. Only the winning horse pays off. Please make a party reservation at the Front Desk by noon Friday, May 6.

Birthday Night Wednesday, May 11 Featuring: NONA 7:45pm In the Living Room NONA puts a fascinating twist on the rarely heard combination of cello and bass by introducing new compositions and arrangements infused with an eclectic mix of elements from classical, jazz, and Latin to folk. Bassist Gil Katz’s diverse abilities have led him to perform a wide spectrum of music from classical to popular music and jazz. Katz has worked with renowned artists including Barbara Streisand, Barry Gibb and John Secada. Currently, Katz is Principal double bass with the Sarasota Opera Orchestra and the Utah Festival Opera. Nadine Trundel, cellist, performs as Principal cellist of the Sarasota Opera and with the Sarasota Orchestra. Ms. Trundel has also been a musical artist with the Florida Philharmonic, Boston Ballet, and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Mark your calendars! You will not want to miss this fantastic musical performance.

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SALES & MARKETING

Menu: Taco Bar Entertainment provided by Flamenco Guitarist, James Gould

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Kentucky Derby Party


Saturday Movies

Sunday

Monday 1

Red (2010) Saturday, May 7

Burlesque (2010) Rated PG-13

After leaving Iowa with stars in her eyes, Ali (Christina Aguilera) arrives in Los Angeles at a burlesque lounge, where she dreams of taking the stage with her soaring voice. Club owner Tess (Cher) is about to lose the place and thinks Ali may help business. Meanwhile, Ali’s roommate (Cam Gigandet) starts to fall for her in this snappy, Golden Globe-nominated comedy co-starring Stanley Tucci as Tess’s sidekick and Kristen Bell as Ali’s rival.

Caravaggio (2007) Saturday, May 21

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

Not Rated

The American (2010)

8 5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

MOTHER’S DAY

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

9

1:00pm Bridge 3:30pm

Shuffleboard Mixer

1:30pm Shop Hanes Point and Walmart

15

W-S Symphony Stevens Center

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

10 11:00am Shop Harris Teeter 2:00pm Resident Association Meeting In the Living Rm

4

Friday 5

Saturday

9 & 18 Hole 6 Senior Golf

Cinco de Mayo Buffet

1:00pm Dupl. Bridge

Knit One Sew Too

1:30pm

Always held in the 1st Floor Redbud Parlor

Tea & Talk

1:30pm Shop Food Lion

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:30pm

Always held in the 1st Floor Redbud Parlor

16

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

Depart: 7:15pm

Nunsense II

17 1:30pm Shop Hanes Mall

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

3:00pm

6:00pm

MEMORIAL DAY DINNER BUFFET

1:30pm

In the Living Rm

24 1:30pm Shop Clemmons 4:30pm Communion Service

Tea & Talk

13

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

Depart: 11:15am Music Lovers Luncheon 1:30pm Shop Lowes 5:00pm

Patio Party

1:00pm Dupl. Bridge

7:00pm

1:30pm Shop Food Lion

Fine Dining Night 26 1:30pm

1:30pm Knit One Sew Too

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

Wine Aficionados

25

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

20

5:30pm

Kentucky Derby Party In the Living Rm

14

2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: Burlesque Rated PG-13

Depart: 6:45pm

Spring Dance Concert UNCSA

Tea & Talk 7:30pm

27

1:30pm Shop Thruway

21 2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: Caravaggio Not Rated Depart: 7:15pm Glass Menagerie Hanesbrands Theatre

28

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:30pm Shop Lowes

The 5:00pm Junction Trio Friday Night In the Dining Rm Social Magnolia Patio

31

9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf 1:00pm Bridge

1:30pm

18 1:30pm 19 9 & 18 Hole Tea & Talk Senior Golf 2:30pm 3:00pm The ABC’s and More of Medicare

Salem Tavern

5:00pm Vesper Service In the Chapel

BIRTHDAY NIGHT 7:45pm NONA

In the LifeFit Dept.

Depart: 6:00pm

30

Knit One Sew Too

Knit One Sew Too

Dinner on the Town

29

1:30pm

Relaxation Workshop Depart: 6:45pm W-S Symphony

23

12

7 2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: Red Rated PG-13

Magnolia Patio

Stevens Center

22

11 9 & 18 Hole Senior Golf

In the Living Rm

On the Shuffleboard Court

Rated R

On the heels of a rough assignment, assassin Jack (George Clooney) declares that his next job will be his last. Dispatched to a small Italian town to await further orders, Jack embarks on a double life that may be more relaxing than is good for him. Although duty will surely call, Jack becomes friends with Father Benedetto (Paolo Bonacelli) and falls for villager Clara (Violante Placido) in this suspense thriller directed by Anton Corbijn.

Thursday

Clemmons Theatre

Depart: 2:15pm

Exquisite cinematography highlights this biopic about Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Alessio Boni), an Italian genius whose passionate Baroque paintings reflect his zest for living, which dampens when he becomes entangled with a prostitute named Fillide (Claire Keim). Caravaggio’s arrogance enrages his high-society patrons, but he continues to cavort with his disreputable friends until violence overtakes him. ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

Saturday, May 28

3

Rated PG-13

After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA operative for a new identity, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is basking in normality. But he’s forced to return to old habits when an assassin puts a target on his back and goes after the woman (Mary-Louise Parker) he loves. Helen Mirren and John Malkovich co-star as former members of Frank’s team who reluctantly reassemble to save his life in the Golden Globe-nominated action-comedy.

Saturday, May 14

2

Wednesday

11:30am

2:00 & 7:30 pm

In the Living Room

Tuesday

MAY CALENDAR

2:00 & 7:30pm MOVIE: The American Rated R


Doug McDowall

Sunday

MAY

FEATURED RESIDENT

B I R T H D AY S

Doug McDowall moved to his new home in Bermuda Village in December, 2010. He relocated here from Annandale, Virginia. Doug’s father was born in Scotland, near Glasgow. He came to the United States in the early 1920’s for a job in Ohio, where he met his future wife. Doug was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Akron, Ohio. He has one older brother who still lives in Akron. Doug served in the United States Army from 1961 to 1963. He was stationed in Connecticut and Maryland. He achieved the rank of Captain serving as a General Medical Officer. Doug was educated at Miami University in Ohio, where he earned his A.B. degree. He received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati. While serving in the Army, Doug was asked to work in a pediatric clinic and discovered that, unlike his medical school experience with hospitalized children, he enjoyed the opportunity that the Army gave him – working with children in an outpatient setting. Doug practiced pediatric medicine for most of his career. Doug’s wife, Laura, died in April of 2010. They have two children. Their daughter, Martha Nichols, lives in Winston-Salem, and their son, Andy, lives in Raleigh. Doug has four grandchildren. Doug is already a regular participant in the LifeFit program. In addition to exercise, he enjoys playing Bridge, cultural events and reading. He particularly enjoys reading historical and biographical selections. We look forward to his involvement in our community.

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ANNIVERSARIES Nicky & John Stange Lucille & Frank Sweeten Catered Living: Barbara & John Pappas

Tuesday

1

115 Oleander Drive Kathy Keller Al Keene Barbara Register June Michalove Don Hibbard Gene Hooks Lois Tandy Evelyn Bechtold Margaret Moore Bill Squires Bill Shultz Mary Lonnquest Sara Vincent Catered Living: Ann Melvin John Pappas

Monday

8 24

Pork Stew Fried Chicken Seafood Dish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Wednesday

2

3

Eggs Benedict

Main Dining Room Closed BBQ Pork Loin Scallop Potatoes Peas $7.95

Eggplant Parmesan $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

4 Egg Salad Plate Chicken en Croute $15.95 Atrium and Dining Room

8 9 10 11 Main Dining Mother’s Day Open-faced Buffet Turkey Bacon Room Closed Baked Chicken Beef Sandwich Prime Rib Panini with Smoked Ham Gouda Mornay Whitefish Chicken and BIRTHDAY Mashed Potato $17.95 Dumplings NIGHT Green Beans $11.95 Reservations $7.95 Ham Dinner

Required 11:30am - 2:00pm

Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

15 Pork Loin Chicken Florentine Seared Fish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

16 Popcorn Shrimp Plate Corned Beef and Cabbage $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Dining Room

17 Main Dining Room Closed Braised Beef With Port Wine Reduction Rice Pilaf Glazed Carrots $7.95 Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

Thursday

18 Texas Dog Appetizer Soup Cobb Salad $14.95 Atrium and Dining Room

Friday

Saturday

5

6

7

Cinco de Mayo Taco Bar $8.99

Sunshine Platter

Deli Sandwich and Soup

Mom’s Meat Loaf $13.95

Fresh Catch Market Price

Kentucky Hot Brown Dinner $14.95

Dining Room

12 Buffet Luncheon Veal Saltimbocca $16.95 Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

Cuban 13 Sandwich

Atrium

7:00pm Fine Dining $49.99

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Deli Sandwich 5:00pm-6:00pm and Soup Patio Party $14.95 Magnolia Patio Sliced NY Strip $17.99 6:00pm OR Fresh Catch Salmon Market Price $16.99 Atrium and Dining Room

19 Buffet Luncheon 6:00pm Gnocchi Alfredo $13.95

Dining Room

Dining Room

20

French Dip Fresh Catch Market Price Atrium and Dining Room

21

Deli Sandwich and Soup Prime Rib $17.99 Dining Room

Dining Room

22

1

23 Quiche du Jour

A la Carte Brunch Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

29 Leg of Lamb Fried Chicken Seafood Dish Reservations Required 11:30am - 1:30pm

Dining Room

Baked Spaghetti $11.95 Atrium and Dining Room

24 Main Dining Room Closed Home-style Meatloaf Roasted Herb Potatoes Lima Beans $7.95 Can be ordered by calling the Front Desk

31 BLT 30 Sandwich Memorial Day Main Dining Room Closed Buffet Carved Brisket Sausages with Peppers and BBQ Chicken Onions Sweet & Tangy $7.95 Pork Ribs Can be ordered by $17.95 calling the Dining Room Casual Dress for this evening

Front Desk

25 Sunshine Platter Sweet and Sour Pork $13.95 Atrium and Dining Room

26

27

Buffet Luncheon

Pita Pizza

Salisbury Steak $13.95

Fresh Catch Market Price

Dining Room

Atrium and Dining Room

28 Deli Sandwich and Soup Steak Night $17.99 Dining Room

May Menu As a reminder… If the Nightly Special is not to your liking, you may order from the Dinner Menu except for Buffets and Special Events. The Fresh Catch and Market Price will be available Friday Morning. Menu subject to change.


VESPER SERVICES

Fine Dining Night

Unless otherwise noted, Vesper Services are held at 5:00pm in the Chapel.

Thursday, May 19 7:00pm In the Dining Room Cost: $49.99

Sunday, May 1 Rev. Mark Portis Clemmons United Methodist Church Sunday, May 8 Rev. Timothy Wolf Blaise Baptist Church, Mocksville

The menu for tonight’s dining experience presents a “Feast from Far East.” There are wine pairings with the courses of the meal. Amuse: Tempura Lobster

Sunday, May 15 Rev. Gerald Chrisco New Hope Presbyterian Church, Clemmons

Salad: Ginger Bibb Salad

Sunday, May 22 Rev. Dr. Chris Thore Clemmons United Methodist Church

Sorbet

Please note that this meal is on Thursday evening and seating is limited to 24 people. Make your dinner reservations with the Front Desk soon, indicating you wish to participate in Fine Dining.

PUBLISHED BY MELANIE JONES

Mother’s Day Buffet Sunday , May 8 11:30 am to 2:00 pm In the Dining Room C ost : $17.95 Featured Menu: Herbed Prime Rib Ham with Apple-Ginger Chutney Seared Whitefish with Shrimp Cream

MAY 2011 Featured Resident

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Birthdays & Anniversaries

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Calendar

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Programs

4&5

Arts & Adventure

6&7

Entertainment provided by

Kathleen Welch Please make Dinner Reservations at the Front Desk by Friday, May 6.

Bermuda Village Retirement Resort

Vesper Services will end on Sunday, May 29 and resume in September. The Chapel is always open for those in need of reflection.

Dessert: Coconut Panna Cotta

142 Bermuda Village Drive Bermuda Run, NC 27006

Sunday, May 29 Rev. Rob Evans Shallowford Presbyterian Church, Lewisville

Entrée: Yaki Beef Filet

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