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LIFELONG LEARNING

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ON-CAMPUS EVENTS

Recreation Department: Summer Bible Study, Social Room

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Programs and Entertainment..........................p. Mondays at 1:30 p.m. 4 Calendar...............................................................p. 8

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Barley Wellness Center:

SPIRITUAL GATHERINGS

Games and Card Groups..................................p.11

Lifelong Learning. ...............................................p. 12 led by Rev. Tim Sundays Worship Service,

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Village Living is published monthly. If you have any questions, comments or ideas on current Mondays Rosary, Meditation Room, Dining...................................................................p. 13 or upcoming trips and programs, please call 3 p.m. Building 5 the Recreation Department at ext. 3906. Their Third Wednesday Mass, led by St. Mary’s volunteers, office is located in the Clubhouse Lower Level. 1:30p.m. Star Points Assembly Room 11 a.m. Reichard, Assembly Room Spiritual Gatherings...........................................p. 12

OFF-CAMPUS EVENTS Thursdays Mass, led by Father Matthew

To learn more about the Wellness Center’s amenities and programs, call the Barley Wellness Center at ext. 3931. Second Tuesday Bible Study with Standard Trips.....................................................p. 15 Barry Lewis, 1 p.m. Assembly Room To view this publication electronically, Second Thursday Religious discussion; topics and please visit MasonicVillages.org/news 1 p.m. leaders vary, Social Room 12

Excursions............................................................p. 14Room 11 a.m. Tosello, Social

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WELLNESS

Barley Wellness Center

412-741-1400, EXT. 3931

Located in the Star Points Building, the Barley Wellness Center offers state-of-the-art equipment, fitness classes and an indoor pool and spa. Trained staff will help you develop a personalized fitness program. Open 24 hours, with staff available Mon. - Fri., 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., and Sat., 8 - 11:30 a.m. Pool hours: Mon. - Fri., 7:30 - 11:30 a.m.; Mon., Wed. and Fri.; 2 - 5 p.m.; and Sat., 8 - 11:30 a.m.

Classes (All classes are free to residents.) Mon., Wed. & Fri.

Fit For Life

Tues. & Thurs.

Walking Club

11 - 11:30 a.m.

11 - 11:30 a.m.

Fit for Life targets balance, strength and flexibility to help you become stronger and more stable for a better quality of life. Location: Assembly Room

Wellness staff will warm you up and cool you down with various exercises before and after a short walk. Enjoy good music and conversation with neighbors and friends, all while contributing to a healthy, active lifestyle. Location: Assembly Room

Mon., Wed. & Fri.

Senior Yoga

11:30 a.m. - Noon

Tues. & Thurs

Claudia will guide you through a half-hour session of seated and standing yoga poses focused on strength, relaxation, balance and flexibility. Location: Assembly Room

1:30 - 2:15 p.m.

Tuesdays

Golden Aerobics

8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Designed to work your entire body, this class will benefit individuals who are looking for an active cardiovascular exercise class with intervals of strength, flexibility and range-ofmotion exercises. Location: Assembly Room

Stretching Class

Join Nikki as she guides you through gentle stretches that will improve flexibility and balance and increase range of motion, making everyday tasks easier to perform. Location: Activity Room 6

Mon., Wed. & Fri.

Water Exercise Class

10 - 10:45 a.m. This class combines aerobic conditioning, resistance training and balance exercises to improve your overall health while enjoying the beautiful pool. Location: Barley Wellness Center

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PROGRAMS AND ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMS AND ENTERTAINMENT learn more about the Hawaiian culture by dancing Summer Bible Study

Every Monday Summer Bible Study

MVS Writers’ Club

MONDAYS Assembly Room 1:30 P.M. This group is exploring so many thoughts and

MONDAY, JULY 08 “Rain 10 A.M. Man” (1988)

1:30 p.m.

Social Room scriptures - come and check it out!

This group is exploring so many thoughts and scriptures - come check it out!

Hand and Foot Card Game Mahjong

Afternoon Movie:

Thursday, Social Room Aug. 1

2 p.m. Do you write essays, short stories or memoirs? Join your friends and neighbors to take turns reading from Social Room Fast-talking yuppie (Tom Cruise)ofis your creations on theCharlie secondBabbitt and fourth Monday forced to slow down when he embarks on a lifeeach month.

changing cross-country odyssey with the brother he never knew he had, Raymond (Dustin Hoffman), an autistic savant who has spent most of his life in an institution. Rated R; 133 minutes.

Every Monday TUESDAYS 9:30 a.m. AND FRIDAYS

MVS Workshop Meeting

Hand and Foot is a card game for pairs of two Card Room

TUESDAY, JULY 09 10 A.M. Saturday Night

3 P.M. ; 9:30 A.M. Card Room

players, although it can accommodate any number.

We now offering two two levelsgroups of mahjong beginner Eachare player begins with of 11-cards, one level, for those just learning to play, Tuesdays at 3 p.m., group being the hand and the other group being the and level, for those some experience foot.intermediate The object is to play all thewith cards in the first but wanting a slower pace in than advanced level, group and then the ones thethe second group. When anyoneat has played all the cards, the playcall is over and Fridays 9:30 a.m. For more information, Claudia scores are tallied to determine the winner of that Brenneisen at 412-741-0419.

play. A great game for all

Saturday Mahjong Night for All!at the Movies: to Tuesdays at“Welcome 3 p.m. for beginners Fridays at 9 a.m. for intermediate Marwen” (2018) Card Room

You can now playJULY Mahjong SATURDAY, 06at two levels: Beginner Level - for those just learning to play the 7 P.M. game; offers supervised instruction and observation.

Assembly Tuesdays at Room 3 p.m., Card Room.

Intermediate Level - for those with some experience

When a devastating attack leaves Mark Hogancamp who want a slower pace than the advanced level. (Steve Carell) shattered and without his memory, no Fridays at 9:30 a.m., Card Room. one expected recovery. call But,Claudia by putting together pieces For more information, Brenneisen at from his old and new life, Mark meticulously creates a 412-741-0419. wondrous fantasy world, where he draws strength to triumph in the real one. His astonishing art installation becomes a testament to the powerful women who support him on his journey. Rated PG-13; 116 minutes.

Hula Class

Every Thursday 10:30 a.m. Activity Room 6

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the hula!

This class is open to women and men, professional dancers and those who have never danced a step before. It is adaptable to ALL levels of mobility. Come

Activity Room 5

at the

Movies: “Green Book” (2018)

The Masonic Village Workshop is a non-profit club for the benefit of MVS residents. It has a wide variety of hand and power tools, a separate “finishing room” Saturday, 3 and enough work stations for painting andAug. varnishing for several people to work at the same time. Several 7 p.m. members do small repair work for Village residents on Assembly Room personal items. Over the years, they have made many When Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen), an Italiantoys for sale in the general store and shipped as a American bouncer from the Bronx, is hired toys, to drive contribution, to the Shriners Hospital for Children - Erie. Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), a world-class

African-American pianist, on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South, they must rely on “The Green Book” to guide them to the few establishments that were then safe for AfricanTUESDAY - FRIDAY, JULY danger, 9 -12 Americans. Confronted with racism, unexpected 7 P.M. humanity and humor, they are forced to set aside differences Assembly Room to survive and thrive on the journey of a lifetime. Rated PG-13; 130 minutes.

MVS Summer Olympics

Last year’s Winter Olympics were so much fun that rather than wait another year, the RLEAC and Health and Welfare councils are again joining forces to produce the 2019 Summer Olympics. Wednesday, Aug. 7It starts on July 8, at 7 p.m. with the Olympic Torch Relay lighting in the 10 a.m. cauldron (the fire pit on the new patio), followed by Assembly Room three evenings of fun and games. Events will include a Judy Haluka, Aleppo Township Emergency Service video of our own Senior Synchronized swimmers, lawn Coordinator, will discuss how the township darts, golf and other activities at 7 p.m. Like the Winter prioritizes emergency resources. She will also Olympics, we will conclude the games on Friday, July address any residents’ concerns. In his Executive 12, with the awarding of medals, extinguishing the Director’s Report, Eric will present the results of the Olympic and ansurvey international tribute of culinary resident flames satisfaction and how our residents masterpieces from Chef Jim and Dining Services. Stay rate the services they receive. tuned for more details! All residents should come and participate in the

RLA Quarterly Meeting

discussions.


Saturday Night at the Movies: “Mary Gloryland BandPoppins Returns” (2018) WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

RLA Executive Committee Meeting

7 p.m. Room Assembly

Social Room

Saturday, Aug. 10 7 P.M. Assembly Room

The Band plays a mix of southern The Gloryland magic continues in Disney’s classic asgospel, Mary blues and(Emily bluegrass music. It was by Kelly and Poppins Blunt) helps the created Banks family Michael Nanthe in 2012 plays regularly at services remember joy ofand childhood. She and her friend, and at St. Miranda), Stephen’s the Church in Sewickley. The Jackconcerts (Lin-Manuel lamplighter, bring nine arestreets dedicated to praising the Lord with backmembers fun to the of London, celebrating that everything is possible … even the impossible. Rated their music and encourage audiences to sing and clap PG; 130 minutes. along with old favorites and new tunes. Don’t miss this fun, interactive concert!

MVS Writers’ Club

RLA Executive Monday, Aug. 12 10 a.m. Committee Meeting Social Room

Do you write essays, JULY short stories WEDNESDAY, 10 or memoirs? Join your friends and neighbors to take turns reading 10 fromA.M. your creations on the second and fourth

Social MondayRoom of each month.

All residents can observe the Executive Committee meetings. If you want to add to the agenda, contact Bob Nichter (412-741-4329) at least two weeks before the Tuesday, Aug. 13 meeting date. However, if you only want to speak about an agenda item, just let Bob know before the meeting. 1:30 p.m.

Bible Study Assembly Room

The group will study and discuss Genesis II: 1 – 9. Evening Music With Double Play! Annual Pittsburgh

WEDNESDAY, JULYOrchestra 10 Philharmonic 5:30 P.M.

Concert Great Room

Tuesday, Aug. 13

As “Double Play - the world’s only flute and tuba duo,” 7 p.m. Amy and Patrick bring a wonderful program here each year. Enjoy their sweet sounds in the Great Room while Assembly Room waiting for dinner, before themost Olympic Spend the eveningafter withdinner someand of the city’s accomplished Games. You do musicians. not want toThe missbest this!part? You don’t

need to leave home to experience it – they’ll be right here in your assembly room!

Wednesday, Aug. 14 10 a.m.

All residents are always welcome to observe the Executive Committee meetings. If you want to add to the agenda, contact Bob Nichter (412-7414329) at least two weeks before the meeting date. However, if you only want to speak about an agenda item, just let Bob know before the meeting.  

Allegheny Health Network Lecture with Dr. Coppola Night at the Saturday Thursday, Aug. 15

Movies: “The Jungle 1 p.m. Assembly Room Book” (2016) Dr. Coppola will discuss “Psoriasis: Can my psoriasis cause pain in my joints?” SATURDAY, JULY 13 7 P.M.

Afternoon Assembly Room

Movie: Inspired by the animated Disney classic, this live-action “Destroyer” (2018)

adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s beloved novel follows Thursday, Aug. 15 young Mowgli (Neel Sethi) as he navigates a jungle full 2 wonder p.m. and peril with his animal allies Bagheera the of panther Kingsley) and Baloo the bear (Bill Murray). Social (Ben Room Rated minutes. Early inPG; her105 police career, Det. Erin Bell’s (Nicole

Kidman) cover is blown while infiltrating a California gang. Sixteen years later, that gang’s leader (Toby Kebbell) - who escaped during the failed operation resurfaces, and Erin is determined to take him down. MONDAY, JULY 15 Rated R; 120 minutes.

Book Discussion Group 1 P.M.

Activity 2 ToddRoom DePastino:

The Road To The Civil War

In July, read and discuss “Where The Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens. Steeped in the rhythms and shadows of the coastal marshes of North Tuesday, Aug. 15 Carolina’s Outer Banks, this fierce, hauntingly beautiful novel centers on Kya 7 p.m. Clark, the so-called Marsh Girl. Sensitive and intelligent, Assembly Room she has survived for years in the marsh that she calls The Mexican War added astory hugeofswath of to land to home. Kya’s heartbreaking learning trust the United States, from Texas to northern California. human connections intertwines with a gripping murder But would this land be Slave or Free? Come hear mystery, revealing savage truths.

why Southerners insisted that slavery needed to expand and why Free Soilers believed slavery was harmful to white people. The two sides negotiated a

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PROGRAMS AND ENTERTAINMENT compromise which only inflamed passions more and inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe to write a novel that shocked the world and put the nation more firmly on the path to CivilJULY War. 16 TUESDAY,

Martinis on the Patio 7 P.M.

Patio/Assembly Room Friday Evening

Classics

Details will unfold asAug. we watch 3rd Fridays, 16the renovation of our new patio. If completed, join us for our first big event! If 7 p.m. it still needs some work, meet in the assembly room for Assembly Room some super flavors and styles of martinis, wines, beers Do you like to listen to classical music? Is it difficult and soft drinks.

for you to attend concerts off-campus? If so, please come to “Friday Evening Classics,” at 7 p.m. in the Assembly Room, on the 3rd Friday of the month, starting Aug. 16. There will be recorded classical music with selections from a variety of genres and time periods, with time to socialize before and after the program. Bring friends, your choice of beverage and a CD with a classical work to share with others. The Masonic THURSDAY, Village library has JULY classical18 CDs to borrow. Please put your name, the title of the piece and the track # on 1 P.M. your CD. Assembly Room The hour-long program will start with shorter works on CDs followed by a concert fromor YouTube. If Dr. Coppola will discuss Shinglesvideo – Vaccine Not? you have questions or would like to attend, please contact Eleanor Howe by Aug. 10 at 412-741-0743 or eleanor.b.howe@gmail.com so seating can be planned.

Allegheny Health Network Lecture with Dr. Coppola

Afternoon Movie: “The Mule” (2018) SaturdayJULY Night THURSDAY, 18 2 P.M. Movies:

at the

Social Room

“First Man” (2018) Earl (Clint Eastwood), a broke, 90-year-old Korean War

Saturday, Aug. 17job. But, unbeknownst to veteran, is offered a driving Earl, he’s just signed on as a drug courier for a Mexican 7 p.m. cartel. He does well – so well, in fact, that his cargo Assembly Room increases and Earl assigned“First a handler. Based onexponentially, the book by James R. isHansen, Man” But he isn’t the only one keeping tabs on Earl; the is a visceral, intimate account that explores the mysterious new drug hasArmstrong, also hit the radar of hardtriumphs and cost —mule on Neil his family, charging DEA agent Colin Bates Cooper). Even colleagues and the nation itself(Bradley — of one of history’s most dangerous missions: the first Earl’s manned as Earl’s money problems disappear, pastmission mistakes to thetomoon. start weigh Rated heavilyPG-13; on him.141 Will minutes he have time to right those wrongs before law enforcement or the cartel’s enforcers catch up to him? Rated R; 116 minutes. 6

Book DePastino: Discussion The Group Todd Monday, Aug. 19 Road 1 p.m. to the Civil War – A2 Conquering Mexico Instead of reading or discussing a book, the group will vote on the selections for September through

THURSDAY, 18 February. Regular,JULY active members should submit selections 7 P.M. to Mary Ann Williams by Aug. 9.

Assembly Room

Planes, Trains and Automobiles Day

Westward expansion was a key cause of the Civil War, especially conquest of territory resulting from the Mexican War. Many strongly opposed the war, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thursday, Aug.who 22believed “Mexico will poison us.” He was right. Come hear how the Mexican 10 paved a.m.the – way 3 p.m. War for a much bloodier Civil War.

Star Points Assembly Room

The children of the Bright Horizons Child Care

Center and ALL residents can enjoy sights and Saturday Night at the the sounds of model trains, planes and automobiles in the Star Points Assembly Room, from 10 a.m. – 3 Movies: “Denial” (2016) p.m. Featuring the cars of resident and miniature

automobile enthusiast, SATURDAY, JULYCharlie 20 Martel! MVS shuttle will get you there! 7 P.M.

Assembly Room

Saturday Night at the Movies: “Rudy” (1993)

In the 1990s, well-known Holocaust denier David Irving (Timothy Spall) sued historian Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz) for libel, issuing a complaint under British law requiring the American academic to prove that the greatest atrocity of World War II actually took place. Saturday, Aug. 24 Rated PG-13; 110 minutes.

7 p.m.

Assembly Room MVS Writers’ Club Scrawny high schooler Rudy Ruettiger (Sean Astin) dreams of playing football at Notre Dame. But his

MONDAY, JULY 22him, so he ends up at a father can’t afford to send 10 A.M. college across the street instead. Rudy eventually

transfersRoom to Notre Dame, where he joins the school’s Social practice squad. Enjoy this fact-based drama about

Do write of essays, short stories memoirs? Join your theyou triumph the human spirit! or Rated PG; 114 friends and neighbors to take turns reading from your minutes. creations on the second and fourth Monday of each month.


Allegheny Brass Band Saturday Night at the Mindful Discussion Round Afternoon Movie: TUESDAY, Table JULY 23 “The Italian Movies: “TheJob” Best(1969) Years of 7 P.M. Sunday, Aug. 25 Thursday, Aug. 29 Our Lives” (1946) Assembly Room 3 p.m. 2 p.m. Their unique instrumentation classifies them as the only Activity Room 2 British-style brasson band Western Pennsylvania, and The MDR meets theinlast Sunday each month, their come from the finest brass musicians 3 - 5 members p.m., for friendly conversation on various in the tri-state area mix of professional musicians, subjects. Please call- aBillie Sherman (412-741-2191) if you plan to attend. music educators and accomplished amateurs from high

school-age to 90. Sit back, sing along, dance or tap your feet. The more you enjoy yourselves, the more they enjoy performing for you!

MVS Writers’ Club Monday, Aug. 26 10 a.m. Afternoon Movie: Social Room

“Hoosiers” (1986)

Do you write essays, short stories or memoirs? Join your friends and neighbors to take turns reading from your creations on the25 second and fourth THURSDAY, JULY Monday of each month.

2 P.M.

Social Room

Scooter Clinic High school basketball is king in small-town Indiana, and Tuesday, Aug. 27are all hope and no talent. the 1954 Hickory Huskers But their new coach, abrasive, unlikable Norman Dale 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Gene Hackman), whips the team into shape ... while Activity Room 6 also inciting controversy. Rated PG; 104 min.

The representative from Blackburn’s will be on campus from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. to make repairs and do checkups on lift chairs and electric mobility devices. Residents will be seen in Activity Room 6. For your convenience and to eliminate waiting, please call ext. LAST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH 3100 to make an appointment.

Poetry Group JULY 26

1 p.m.

Rose Ganter: Former White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers calls poetry “the language of life.” If you agree, join many Our Roles in Vietnam of your friends and neighbors at the poetry group. For Tuesday, Aug. 27at 412-741-2191. details, call Billie Sherman 7 p.m.

Jazz Matazz Mim Bizic’s sister, Rose, will present on her time as Assembly Room

an ARC, Supplemental FRIDAY, JULY 26Recreational Overseas person, in Vietnam during her two tours. She was 22 years 7:30 old on P.M. her first tour and 25 years old on her second tour. She was one2 of only four women who served Activity Room two tours. Around 635 women bravely served their Do you enjoy listening to jazz?combat Come relax withEvery your country in forward firebase zones. friends and neighbors while appreciating some fine music! day, they rode in helicopters, planes and jeeps to visit troops and boost morale.  They were civilians attached to the Department of Defense but had no military benefits. 

SATURDAY, Social Room JULY 27

In 7 director P.M. Peter Collinson’s Golden Globenominated caper flick, enterprising swindler Charlie Assembly Room Croker (Michael Caine) hatches an ingenious plan to steal a huge cache of Chinese gold en route toPicture, Turin, Winning seven Academy Awards, including Best Italy, as collateral for a new Fiat plant. The diversion this classic drama follows three World War II veterans for the heist: A gigantic jam during Italy– Homer (Harold Russell),traffic Al (Fredric March)an and Fred Great Britain soccer match. Incarcerated criminal (Dana Andrews) – as they return to small-town America genius Mr. Bridger (Noel Coward) helps Croker get and try to come to terms with their experiences. Not financing - from his jail cell. Rated G; 99 min. rated; 168 minutes.

Poetry MindfulGroup Discussion Round Last Friday of each month Table Aug. 30 1 p.m. JULY 28 SUNDAY, Activity 3 P.M. Room 5

Many of your friends and neighbors share a love of Activity Room 2 like you to join them! For poetry, and they would details, call Billiemonthly Sherman 412-741-2191. The MDR meets onatthe last Sunday, 3 - 5 p.m. for friendly conversation on various subjects. Please call Claudia Brennisen (412-741-0419) if planning to attend.

Jazz Matazz

Friday, Aug. 30 Scooter 7:30 p.m. Clinic Activity Room 2 30 TUESDAY, JULY

Come to Activity Room 2 and relax with your friends 9 A.M. – 1 P.M. and neighbors while appreciating some fine music!

Activity Room 6

The representative from Blackburn’s will be on campus from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. to make repairs and do checkups on lift chairs and electric mobility devices. Retirement Living residents will be seen in Activity Room 6. For your convenience and to eliminate waiting, please call ext. 3100 to make an appointment.

Saturday Night at the Movies: “The Blue Max” (1966) Saturday, Aug. 31 7 p.m. Assembly Room

Bruno Stachel (George Peppard), a poor German soldier, rises through the ranks of the distinguished Air Force in spite of the prejudice hurled against him by the much more affluent aristocrats in the military. His aeronautical prowess soon captures the attention of a general’s wife (Ursula Andress) and may even earn him the prestigious “Blue Max” medal. NR; 168 minutes.

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AUGUST JULY 2019

SUNDAY SUNDAY NOTES This calendar does not list all occurring events. For a full list, please review the rest of the publication.

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Activity Room 2

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Activity Room 6

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ActivityGreat RoomRoom 2 Clubhouse

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Clubhouse Library

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Meditation Room

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Assembly Room

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9:30 a.m. Hand Foot Card Game (CR) 9:45 ParkatMall 9:45a.m. a.m.Ross Target, Mt. Nebo 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) Pointe Shopping Center 11 For LifeClub (AR)(SR) 10a.m. a.m.Fit Writers’ 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 111p.m. Book Discussion a.m. Fit For Life (AR) Group 12:30 (A2) p.m. Sewickley 1:30 p.m. Summer Familiarization Tour Bible 11:30Study a.m. (SR) Senior Yoga (AR) 31:30 p.m.p.m. Rosary (MR) Bible Study (AR) 43 p.m. Learning (A5) p.m.Lifelong Rosary (MR) 4 p.m. Lifelong Learning (A5)

8:30 a.m. Golden Aerobics (AR) 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village 8:30 a.m. Golden Shopping CenterAerobics (AR) 9:50 a.m.Walking Quaker Village 11 a.m. Group (AR) Shopping 1:30 p.m.Center Stretching (A6) 11 a.m. Walking 1:30 p.m. Bible Group Study (AR) 13 p.m. Study Mahjong (AR) p.m.Bible Beginners (CR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 7 p.m. Annual Pittsburgh 7Philharmonic p.m. MartinisOrchestra on the Patio (AR) Concert (AR)

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11a.m. a.m.Worship WorshipService Service (AR) 11 (AR) 4 p.m. Jeanne Robertson in “Fabulously Funny”

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8:30 a.m. Golden Aerobics (AR) 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6)

8:30 (AR) 8:30a.m. a.m.Golden GoldenAerobics Aerobics (AR) 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping ShoppingCenter Center 10:15 a.m. Workshop 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) Meeting 1:30 p.m.(A5) Stretching (A6) 11 a.m. Beginners Walking Group (AR) (CR) 3 p.m. Mahjong 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 7 p.m. Summer Olympics (AR)

11 a.m. Worship Service (AR)

Standard TripsExcursions Off Campus

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9:45 a.m. Beaver Valley Mall 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 1:30 p.m. Summer Bible Study (SR) 3 p.m. Rosary (MR) 4 p.m. Lifelong Learning (A5)

TUESDAY TUESDAY

9:45 at Northway 9:30a.m. a.m.Aldi Hand Foot Card 10 a.m. Water Game (CR) Exercise (Pool) 10 a.m. Writers’ Club (SR) 9:45 a.m. Aldi, at Northway 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11:30 a.m. Yoga (AR) 11 a.m. FitSenior For Life (AR) 12:30 p.m. Sewickley 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) Familiarization 1:30 p.m. BibleTour Study (AR) 1:30 p.m. Summer 3 p.m. Rosary (MR) Bible (SR) Learning (A5) 4 p.m.Study Lifelong 3 p.m. Rosary (MR) 4 p.m. Lifelong Learning (A5)

11 a.m. Worship Service (AR)

CALENDAR KEY CALENDAR KEY Off Campus Excursions

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11 a.m. Mindful Worship Discussion Service (AR) 3 p.m. 3Round p.m. Mindful Discussion Table (A2) Round Table (A2)

9:30a.m. a.m.Super Hand Foot Card 9:45 Game (CR) Walmart at Moon 9:45 a.m. Beaver Valley Mall 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 10a.m. a.m.Writers’ Water Exercise 10 Club (SR)(Pool) 11a.m. a.m.Fit FitFor ForLife Life(AR) (AR) 11 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 1 p.m. Book Disc. Group (A2) 1:30 p.m. Summer 1:30 p.m. Bible StudyBible (SR) Study (AR) 3 p.m. Rosary (MR) 3 p.m. Rosary (MR) p.m.Lifelong LifelongLearning Learning(A5) (A5) 44 p.m.

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9:45 a.m. The Mall at Robinson Game (CR) 10 a.m. Water (Pool) 9:45 a.m. Aldi,Exercise at Northway 11 For LifeClub (AR)(SR) 10a.m. a.m.Fit Writers’ 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 1:30 p.m.Fit Summer 11 a.m. For Life (AR) Bible 11:30Study a.m. (SR) Senior Yoga (AR) 31:30 p.m.p.m. Rosary (MR) Bible Study (AR) 43 p.m. Lifelong Learning (A5) p.m. Rosary (MR) 4 p.m. Lifelong Learning (A5)

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8:30a.m. a.m.Golden GoldenAerobics Aerobics (AR) 8:30 (AR) 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village 9:50 a.m. Quaker Village ShoppingCenter Center Shopping 11a.m. a.m.Walking WalkingGroup Group(AR) (AR) 11 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) p.m.Allegheny BeginnersBrass Mahjong 73 p.m. Band (CR) (AR)

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8:30 a.m. Golden Aerobics (AR) 8:30 a.m. Aerobics (AR) 9 a.m. - 1Golden p.m. Scooter Clinic 9(A6) a.m. - 1 p.m. Scooter Clinic (A6) 9:50 9:50a.m. a.m.Quaker QuakerVillage Village Shopping Center Shopping Center 11 11a.m. a.m.Walking WalkingGroup Group(AR) (AR) 1:30 1:30p.m. p.m.Stretching Stretching(A6) (A6) 3 p.m. Beginners Mahjong (CR) 7 p.m. Rose Ganter: Our Roles in Vietnam (AR)


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9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 10:30 a.m. Hula Class (A6) 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 11 a.m. Mass (SR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 2 p.m. Afternoon Movie: “Rain Man” (SR)

9 a.m. Int. Mahjong (CR) 9:15 a.m. Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR)

1 p.m. PLARN (SR) 7 p.m. Saturday Night at the Movies: “Green Book” (AR)

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10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 10 a.m. RLA Quarterly Meeting (AR) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (A6) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (A6) 6:30 p.m. Betty Buckley in “Hello, Dolly!”

9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 10:30 a.m. Hula Class (A6) 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 11 a.m. Mass (SR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6)

9 a.m. Int. Mahjong (CR) 9:15 a.m. Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR)

1 p.m. PLARN (SR) 7 p.m. Saturday Night at the Movies: “Mary Poppins Returns” (AR)

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9:45 a.m. Phipps Conservatory: Van Gogh In Bloom! 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 10 a.m. RLA Exec. Meeting (SR) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR)

9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 10:30 a.m. Hula Class (A6) 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 11 a.m. Mass (SR) 1 p.m. AHN Lecture (AR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 2 p.m. Afternoon Movie: “Destroyer” (SR) 7 p.m. Todd DePastino: The Road to the Civil War (AR)

9 a.m. Int. Mahjong (CR) 9:15 a.m. Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 1 p.m. World Vision Volunteering 7 p.m. Friday Evening Classics (AR)

1 p.m. PLARN (SR) 7 p.m. Saturday Night at the Movies: “First Man” (AR)

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10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 5:30 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Washington

9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Planes, Trains and Automobiles Day (SP) 10:30 a.m. Hula Class (A6) 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 11 a.m. Mass (SR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6)

9 a.m. Int. Mahjong (CR) 9:15 a.m. Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR)

1 p.m. PLARN (SR) 7 p.m. Saturday Night at the Movies: “Rudy” (AR)

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10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11 a.m. Lunch at Bella Frutteto and trip to Soergels Orchard and Farm Market 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR)

9:50 a.m. Quaker Village Shopping Center 10:30 a.m. Hula Class (A6) 11 a.m. Walking Group (AR) 11 a.m. Mass (SR) 1:30 p.m. Stretching (A6) 2 p.m. Afternoon Movie: “The Italian Job” (SR)

9 a.m. Int. Mahjong (CR) 9:15 a.m. Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA 10 a.m. Water Exercise (Pool) 11 a.m. Fit For Life (AR) 11:30 a.m. Senior Yoga (AR) 1 p.m. Poetry Group (A5) 7:30 p.m. Jazz Matazz (A2)

8:30 a.m. Fellowship Breakfast 1 p.m. PLARN (SR) 7 p.m. Saturday Night at the Movies: “Blue Max” (AR)

This calendar does not list all occurring events. For a full list, please review the rest of the publication.


OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTU

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The Road to the Civil War Aug. 15:

Todd DePastino starts a new program on the Civil War, a conflict that was long in the making as the compromises that had held the Union together since the War added a huge swath of land to the The Mexican Unitedthe States, from Texas to northern California. The Constitution had finally shattered. Come hear about question Mexican War, debates over slavery, “Bleeding Kansas,” became: would this land be Slave or Free? Come hear why Southerners insisted that slavery “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” the caning of Charles Sumner on needed to expand and why “Free Soilers” believed the Senate floor, John Brown’s Raid, the electionslavery of was harmful to white people. The two sides Abraham Lincoln and what triggered the “Secession negotiated a compromise, which only inflamed passions morehave and inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe to write a Winter” of 1860-1861. The fascinating stories may novel that shocked the world and put America more you wondering not why the Civil War took place, but Road firmly The on the path of Civil to War.the Civil War why it didn’t happen sooner! 7 p.m. in the Assembly Room

Slave or Free Land?

The Road to the Civil War

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Aug. 15: Slave or Free Land?

negotiated a compromise, which only inflamed passions more and inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe to write a novel that shocked the world and put America more firmly on the path of Civil War. 7 p.m. in the Assembly Room

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MEETINGS AND CLUBS

GAMES AND CARD GROUPS

Mondays 1:30 p.m.

Project Linus Work Group, Card Room

Sundays 1:30 p.m.

Dominoes, Social Room

Tuesdays 10 a.m.

“Paint and Schmooze,” Art Studio

Mondays 1:30 p.m.

Hand and Foot Card Game, Card Room

Mondays 7 p.m.

Master Masons Bingo, Assembly Room

Tuesdays 3 p.m.

Mahjong - Beginner Level, Card Room

Wednesdays 1 p.m.

Bridge Group, Card Room

Wednesdays 2 p.m.

Ping Pong, Activity Room 6

Wednesdays 6 p.m.

The JS Poker Club, Social Room

Tuesdays 1:30 p.m.

Paint, watch art videos, draw or color while chatting with like-minded friends in one of the area’s best-equipped art facilities. Making Art, Art Studio Paint, draw, color and doodle during this informal, therapeutic opportunity to expand your ability to express yourself, supplemented by videos, a large art library and occasional classes.

Thursdays 9:30 a.m.

Masonic Ringers, Social Room

Wednesdays 7 p.m.

Scrabble, Card Room

Saturdays 1 p.m.

PLARN Group, Social Room

Thursdays 1 p.m.

Billiards For Everyone, Recreation Room

Thursdays 1 p.m.

Pinochle, Card Room

Thursdays 1 p.m.

500, Card Room Sequence, Card Room

Plarn (“plastic yarn”) is made from clean plastic grocery bags (donated by residents) and then used to make sleeping mats which go directly to local homeless individuals. No talent required – since each mat requires 600 bags, any help is appreciated!

Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30 p.m.

BYOB Social Hour, Social Room

Thursdays 7 p.m. Fridays 9:30 a.m.

Mahjong - Intermediate Level, Card Room

Last Sunday 3 p.m.

Mindful Discussion Group, Activity Room 2

Fridays 1:30 p.m.

Skip Bo, Social Room

Third Monday 1 p.m.

Book Discussion, Activity Room 2

Fridays 7 p.m.

500, Card Room

Second and Fourth Monday 10 a.m.

Writers’ Club, Social Room

Fridays 7 p.m.

Tripoly, Social Room

Second Wednesday 10 a.m.

RLA Executive Board Meeting, Social Room

Thursdays 10:30 a.m.

Hula

Third Friday 1 p.m.

World Vision Volunteering

Last Friday 1 p.m.

Poetry Group, Activity Room 5

Last Friday 7:30 p.m.

Jazz Matazz, Activity Room 2

1st & 3rd Friday Duplicate Bridge, Card Room 1 p.m.

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LIFELONG LEARNING Thinking About Capitalism

Music as a Mirror of History

As the economic system under which you live, capitalism shapes the marketplaces that determine where you live and work, how much you are paid, what you can buy, what you can accumulate toward your retirement and every other aspect of a society based on monetary exchanges for goods and services. In an era of increasing globalization, capitalism has dramatically strengthened its important role in — and influence on — the world economy. It is the system under which a majority of the world’s population lives, and it continues to strengthen the links of interdependence between the world’s economies. In Thinking about Capitalism, award-winning intellectual historian and Professor Jerry Z. Muller, of The Catholic University of America, takes you deep inside the perspectives on this most important and pervasive force. Over 36 engaging lectures, you gain fresh insights that will strengthen your understanding of capitalism’s rich history, its fascinating proponents and opponents and its startling impact on our world.

In Music as a Mirror of History, Great Courses favorite Professor Robert Greenberg, of San Francisco Performances, returns with a fascinating, provocative premise: Despite the abstractness and universality of music — and our habit of listening to it divorced from any historical context — music is a “mirror” of the historical setting when it was created. Certain works of music do not just mirror the general spirit of their time and place, but can even explicitly evoke specific historical events. As Professor Greenberg demonstrates in this course, music carries a rich spectrum of social, cultural, historical and philosophical information, all grounded in the composer’s life and experiences — if you’re aware of what you’re listening to. In these lectures, you’ll explore how composers convey such explicit information, evoking specific states of mind and giving voice to communal emotions, all colored by their own personal experience. This exploration of how momentous compositions have responded to — and inspired — pivotal events will enthrall both music lovers and history enthusiasts.

Aug. 5 – Smith on Moral and Immoral Capitalism DeToqueville on Capitalism in America Aug. 12 – Marx’s Capital and the Degradation of Work Individual and Community Aug. 19 – The Family Under Capitalism Varieties of Capitalism

Aug. 27 – Mozart: The Abduction from the Harem Sept. 2 – Haydn: Mass in the Time of War Sept. 9 – Copland: Symphony 3

Spiritual Gatherings Summer Bible Study, Social Room Mondays at 1:30 p.m.

SPIRITUAL GATHERINGS

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Mondays, 4 p.m., Activity Room 5

Sundays 11 a.m. Mondays 3 p.m. Third Wednesday 1:30p.m. Thursdays 11 a.m. Second Tuesday 1 p.m. Second Thursday 1 p.m.

Worship Service, led by Rev. Tim Reichard, Assembly Room Rosary, Meditation Room, Building 5 Mass, led by St. Mary’s volunteers, Star Points Assembly Room Mass, led by Father Matthew Tosello, Social Room Bible Study with Barry Lewis, Assembly Room Religious discussion; topics and leaders vary, Social Room


DINING 3912 3912 DINING

Dining Summer Pig Roast Festival Specials

Specials Clubhouse Dining Room; Library Patio Independence Day Independence Thurs., Aug. 8 Day Thursday, July 4, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Library Patio - 3– p.m. Thursday, July 4, 11Room a.m. 2 p.m. Clubhouse Dining Clubhouse Dining Room Clubhouse Dining Room - 4 p.m.

The festivities start with an open bar on our newlyLet freedom ring with a Fourth of July picnic. Featuring renovated Library Patio. Dinner will be served in the Let freedom with a Fourth of July picnic. burgers andring dogs with all the toppings, freshFeaturing vegetables Clubhouse Dining Room and on the deck. burgers and dogs with all the toppings, fresh and salads, soft ice cream with sprinkles andvegetables many more Featuring pulled shrimp on the barbie, corn on the cob, and salads, soft icepork, cream with sprinkles and many more picnic favorites! watermelon and much more! picnic favorites! The willreservations. be open - Pub and hearth oven will be CallGrill ext. Room 3912 for Call ext. 3912 for reservations. closed.

Pies from the Hearth: Pies from the Hearth: Sandwich From the Carbonara Pizza Carbonara Pizza

Artisan Italian

Hearth:

House-made dough covered with carbonara pasta Grill Room House-made dough covered withmushrooms, carbonara pasta sauce, mild pancetta and sliced topped with sauce, mild andand sliced mushrooms, topped with Mon. –pancetta Sat.blend our four-cheese a sprinkle of green chives. our four-cheese blend and a sprinkle of green chives. Personal – 8” $4.95. 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Personal 8” $4.95. Regular – - 13” $6.95. Eat in or- 13” take$6.95. out the August sandwich special: imported Regular Drink included. prosciutto, salami, capicola, roasted red peppers and Drink included. Call ext. 3912 for carryout. mozzarella on a baguette, topped with fresh arugula and Call ext. 3912 for carryout. Eat in or take out the July pizza special. dressed with out extra-virgin olivespecial. oil and balsamic vinegar. Eat in or take the July pizza

Served heated with chips and a pickle. Clubhouse Grill Room hours: Clubhouse Room11:30 hours: $6.95, drink included. Monday - Grill Saturday, a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday - Saturday, 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Call ext. 3912 for carryout.

July Drink Special: July Drink Special: August Drink Special: Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri

Spiked Sparkling Water

(Independence Day hours: 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) Beat (Independence hours: 10:30treat! a.m. -Try 1:30 p.m.) Beat the heat with aDay sweet summer July’s super The Pub the heat with a sweet summer treat! Try July’s super special cocktail, a frozen strawberry daiquiri. $4. special cocktail, a frozen strawberry daiquiri. $4.

Mon. – Sat. Pub hours: Monday - Saturday, 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. Pub hours: Monday - Saturday, 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. 3:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Featuring assorted flavors of White Claw spiked sparkling water, including black cherry, mango and strawberry. $2.50

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World Vision Volunteering

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STANDARD TRIPS (NO PRE-REGISTRATION) DATE

LOCATION

PICK-UP

RETURN

Mondays

Aug. 5 – Aldi, at Northway Aug. 12 – Target, at Mt. Nebo Pointe Shopping Center Aug. 19 – Beaver Valley Mall Aug. 26 – Aldi, at Northway

9:45 a.m. depart from Clubhouse

12:15 p.m. depart from destination to return to MVS

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Quaker Village Shopping Center

9:50 a.m. depart from Clubhouse

Leave QV at noon to return to MVS

Fridays

Village of Sewickley and Sewickley YMCA

9:15 a.m. depart from Clubhouse

11:15 a.m. leave Sewickley YMCA to return to MVS

Sunday

Various Churches in Sewickley

TBD each season

TBD each season

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