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Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing Upcoming Events

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All events, unless otherwise noted take place at :
Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing
807 Wilbraham Road
Springfield, MA 01109
For additional information please call Marketing at: (413) 355-5803

June 2016

Ladies’ Breakfast

  • Wednesday's, June 1 and 15, 2016; at 9:00AM

Entertainment: Opera Night

  • Wednesday, June 1, 2016; at 7:00PM

Men's Breakfast

  • Friday's, June 3, 10, 17 and 24, 2016; at 8:30AM

Depart for Retail Shopping Trip - 16 Acres Plaza & Dollar Tree; Springfield, MA

  • Friday, June 3, 2016; at 10:30PM

‘WANTED: WWII and Korean War Veterans - Honor Flight New England: An Informational Session’ with Chris Kozeck

  • Monday, June 6, 2016; at 4:00PM
    • Honor Flight New England transports WWII and Korean War Veterans to see their Memorial in Washington, DC - at no cost. Join LLRL and Applewood residents as they learn more about this wonderful opportunity.

Art Group with Carol Gutherie

  • Tuesday's, June 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2016; from 10:00AM - 12:00PM

Beading Class with Sandy

  • Tuesday, June 7, 2016; at 1:30 PM

Depart Lunch Bunch – Kaptain Jimmy’s; Agawam, MA

  • Wednesday, June 8, 2016; at 11:30AM

Entertainment: Sea Chanty’s with Bob Zentz

  • Wednesday, June 8, 2016; at 7:00PM
    • Bob, a prolific musician playing several dozen instruments, began performing professionally in his native Norfolk, VA in 1962. He represents America and its folk traditions far and wide. His repertoire of more than 2,000 songs is sure to delight!

Smith Jewelers

  • Thursday, June 9, 2016; at 11:00AM
    • Jewelry cleaning and repairs!

Lecture: ‘Managing Stress’

  • Thursday, June 9, 2016; at 11:00AM
    • Genesis Rehabilitation facilitates this lecture where participants learn the different ways people react to stress and how one’s health is impacted. Relaxation techniques will be taught to help manage stress

Depart for ‘Celebration of our Armed Forces’ at Springfield College; Springfield, MA

  • Saturday, June 11, 2016; at 11:30AM

Entertainment: ‘Music from Merengo’ with Joel Meginsky

  • Monday, June 13, 2016; at 7:00PM
    • Springfield Symphony Orchestra member and retired Springfield music teacher, Joel plays a variety of musical instruments and offers an evening of fun for all!

Entertainment: Bell Choir Concert

  • Tuesday, June 14, 2016; at 7:00PM
    • The Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Facility residents will perform a Bell Choir Concert, a show you won’t want to miss!

Depart for Retail Shopping Trip - Lee Premium Outlets; Lee, MA

  • Wednesday, June 15, 2016; at 10:00PM

Residents’ Association Meeting

  • Wednesday, June 15, 2016; at 7:00PM

Entertainment: Variety Show

  • Thursday, June 16, 2016; at 7:00PM
    • See your peers perform at the resident open mic!

Depart Lunch Bunch – Center Square Grill; East Longmeadow, MA

  • Friday, June 17, 2016; at 11:30AM

Father’s Day Cookout

  • Sunday, June 19, 2016; from 12:00PM – 2:00PM

Community Fair

  • Monday, June 20, 2016; at 2:00PM
    • Join the community for games, food, entertainment and fun!

Lecture: ‘Computer Security’ presented by Go Geeks

  • Thursday, June 23, 2016; at 11:00AM
    • Learn how to safeguard your computer from threats.

Depart for Old Post Road Orchestra Concert ‘Broadway on Parade’; West Springfield, MA

  • Thursday, June 23, 2016; at 6:00PM

Depart for Retail Shopping Trip – Downtown Northampton; Northampton, MA

  • Friday, June 24, 2016; at 10:00AM

Depart for Museum Trip – Beneski Museum; Amherst, MA

  • Wednesday, June 29, 2016; at 10:00AM

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing Resident Facilitated Events

Creative Writing Mondays, 10:30 am - Short stories, memoirs, poems, a book…you choose what to write in this supportive, friendly environment offering peer reviews. Facilitated by Eric Bascom.

Current Events Mondays, at 2:00PM

Prayer Group Mondays, at 4:15PM

‘Philosophy Club’ Tuesday, June 7 at 4:00 pm - Different subject matters are up for discussion. Share ideas and opinions without the need for agreement or answers! Resident Founder: Bob Webler. Facilitated by Muriel Kowlessar

The Big Questions of Philosophy Tuesday, June 14, 2016; at 4:00PM

Interfaith Service Tuesdays; at 7:00PM

Crafters Group Wednesdays; 4:00 PM

Bocce Thursdays, 1:00PM and Saturdays, 10:00AM

Bible Study Thursdays; at 4:00PM


Health and Fitness

‘Chair Aerobics’ Mondays and Fridays at 9:00 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing

‘Core Exercise’ Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing

‘Sit and Stretch’ Wednesdays, 10:00 – 10:30 am - Performed from a seated position, a great workout for all fitness levels! Facilitated by Bob Smith.

Tai Chi Wednesdays; at 3:00PM

‘Chair Yoga with Tara’ Thursdays at 9:45 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing


Prior Events

May 2016

  • Sunday, May 1, 2016; Depart for Wilbraham Men’s Glee Performance at St. Cecelia’s Church; Wilbraham, MA
    • The Wilbraham Men's Glee Club consists of about 40 guys who enjoy singing a variety of music, from standards to classics to pop. The Glee Club currently is directed by Ray Drury and is accompanied by Marcia Jackson
  • Tuesday, May 3, Wednesday, May 4 and Monday, May 9, 2016; Learning in Later Life – in partnership with Springfield Colleg
    • ‘Around the World with Anush’ - Anush Dawidjan has now traveled to 187 of the 193 United Nations’ member countries. She will cover her recent adventure to Papua New Guinea (PNG) where she attended the annual Goroka Sing Sing Festival. She also stayed in 4 different villages in the Highlands and in the coastal area of PNG. This has been her most interesting trip and she has many stories and facinating photos to share.
  • Wednesdays, May 4 and 18, 2016; Ladies’ Breakfast
  • Thursday, May 5, 2016; Lecture: ‘Sustainability’ by Sodexo
    • Everyone is looking for better ways to treat the earth and the food that it produces. The vast size of the supply chain and the practices that are in place are not all bad. The economic might of the United States means we can feed the majority of our people and those in many other countries with what we produce on large commercial farms. At the same time, it makes sense for us to consider increasing the use of local products as well as products that are grown in less traditional ways such as organic farms, urban farms, farmed seafood, etc. Sodexo has taken on an active role to find solutions to these issues. It does not happen overnight but they are working hard to listen to what their customers are looking for and what makes economic sense. Join us for a discussion of these issues and participate in an open forum to get answers to questions you may have about the food served in our community.
  • Fridays, May 6, 13, 20 and 27 2016; Men’s Breakfast
  • Friday, May 6, 2016; Depart for 16 Acres Shopping Trip; Springfield, MA
  • Friday, May 6, 2016; Celebration of Life
    • Join us as we celebrate the lives of Loomis Lakesides at Reeds Landing’s family and friends who passed in 2015. A ‘Memory Quilt’ has been handcrafted and will be on display.
  • Friday, May 6, 2016; Depart for Springfield Symphony Orchestra Season Grand Finale; Springfield, MA
    • Maestro Kevin Rhodes & the Springfield Symphony Orchestra proudly presents the 2015-2016 ‘Season Grand Finale’. An ode to the music of France, including Faure’s meditative and hauntingly beautiful Requiem (featuring the Springfield Symphony Chorus, and vocal soloists Dana Lynne Varga and John Salvi), and Saint-Saëns triumphant Symphony No. 3, with the talents of organist (and Longmeadow native) Griffin McMahon. What a grand way to conclude the 72nd season of beautiful music!
  • Friday, May 6, 2016; Entertainment: Jimmy Mazz
    • With 40 plus years of entertainment experience, and as the Headliner at the Superstar Theater at the Resorts International Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, Jimmy Mazz truly understands how to entertain an audience. Take a musical Jazz ride through the decades and re-live all the great music!
  • Sunday, May 8, 2016; Mother’s Day Brunch
  • Wednesday, May 11, 2016; Depart for Kohl’s & Salvation Army Shopping Trip; Springfield, MA
  • Wednesday, May 11, 2016; Springfield Photo Club
    • The Springfield Photographic Society was founded in 1937 and is a photo club made up of people from the photographic novice to the professional, who share one thing in common - a love of photography. The club's activities include monthly programs, comprised of instruction and critiques. These programs are intended to entertain and educate our members in the art and science of photography. This first meeting of the month is the exhibition meeting for both digital and print entries
  • Thursday, May 12, 2016; Lecture: ‘Managing Incontinence’
    • This seminar is presented in a comfortable environment and will provide information on causes, management techniques, and practical tools to help one prepare for a doctor’s visit when experiencing symptoms.
  • Friday, May 13, 2016; Depart Lunch Bunch - Salvatore’s Restaurant; Springfield, MA
  • Friday, May 13, 2016; Learning in Later Life Spring Semester Wrap Party in partnership with Springfield College
    • Celebrate the conclusion of the spring semester of learning and fellowship. Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing will host a fun afternoon with refreshments and activities. All Instructors and LLL members are welcome to attend.
  • Saturday, May 14 and 21, 2016;Adult Coloring
  • Monday, May 16, 2016; Entertainment: Wilbraham Women’s Club Choral Group
  • Wednesday, May 18, 2016; Depart for Majestic Theater; West Springfield, MA
    • ‘Breaking Up Is Hard To Do’ by Erik Jackson and Ben H. Winters - It's Labor Day Weekend in 1960. Marge and her stage-struck best friend Lois arrive at Esther's Paradise Resort in the Catskills on a vacation that was intended to be Marge's honeymoon — but the groom has left her at the altar. Lois does her best to console Marge and comes up with a plan to set her up with Del Delmonaco, the resort's handsome but self-obsessed singer who mistakenly assumes that Marge's father can get him on American Bandstand and make him the next teen heartthrob. Then there's Gabe, the geekish handyman and aspiring songwriter, always looking forlornly on — and of course Harvey, the Borscht Belt comic who for years has secretly carried a torch for the widowed Esther. ‘Breaking Up Is Hard To Do’ is a heartwarming throwback to a simpler time infused with great Neil Sedaka tunes.
  • Thursday, May 19, 2016; The Loomis Communities’ Annual Spring Reception; Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing
    • Honoring Carol Katz, The Loomis Communities’ former CEO and SHINE Volunteer.
      Reservation and $35 per person will benefit The Loomis Communities’ skilled nursing centers at Loomis House and Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing.
      Invitations available at the Front Desk
      Last year over $47,000 was raised!
  • Friday, May 20, 2016; Depart for Mt. Holyoke College Museum of Art; South Hadley, MA
    • The Dancers of the Nightway; Ceremonial Imagery in Navajo Weaving’
      For Navajo women, the act of weaving has a sacred dimension since, according to tradition, they learned their craft from a supernatural being named Spider Woman. In the distant past, they wove warm blankets for their personal use and, on occasion, for intertribal barter. In the 1880s, the completion of the Santa Fe Railroad and the arrival of Anglo traders on the recently established Navajo Reservation created a new market for their wool products and they began weaving rugs with complex geometric designs for the floors of Victorian homes. In the early twentieth century, some creative weavers were encouraged by traders to incorporate ceremonial imagery into their designs. Their results are lively and imaginative secular interpretations of ceremonial themes.
  • Sunday, May 22, 2016; Depart for Majestic Theater; West Springfield, MA
    • ‘Breaking Up Is Hard To Do’ by Erik Jackson and Ben H. Winters and featuring the songs of Neil Sedaka.
  • Monday, May 23, 2016; ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Pulpit’ with Eric Bascom
    • Enjoy a live reading with Eric Bascom who will share a collection of his stories
  • Wednesday, May 25, 2016; Depart Lunch Bunch – Saray II Turkish Restaurant; Springfield, MA
  • Friday, May 27, 2016; Depart for Blue Back Square Shopping Trip; West Hartford, CT
    • Cynthia Nazzaro and her Springfield College dance class will offer a dance demonstration and discussion of what her class has to offer.
  • Wednesday, May 27, 2016; Springfield Photo Club
    • This second meeting of the month is instructional.
  • Friday, May 27, 2016; Wine Appreciation Social
  • Monday, May 30, 2016; Memorial Day Cookout

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing Resident Facilitated Events

Creative Writing Mondays, 10:30 am - Short stories, memoirs, poems, a book…you choose what to write in this supportive, friendly environment offering peer reviews. Facilitated by Eric Bascom.

Current Events Mondays, at 2:00PM

Prayer Group Mondays, at 4:15PM

Bridge Lessons Mondays, May 2 and May 9, 2016; at 7:00PM

‘Philosophy Club’’ Tuesday, May 3 at 4:00 pm - Different subject matters are up for discussion. Share ideas and opinions without the need for agreement or answers! Resident Founder: Bob Webler. Facilitated by Muriel Kowlessar

The Big Questions of Philosophy Tuesdays, May 10 and May 24, 2016; at 4:00PM

Interfaith Service Tuesdays; at 7:00PM

Bible Study Thursdays; at 4:00PM


Health and Fitness

‘Chair Aerobics’ Mondays and Fridays at 9:00 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing

‘Core Exercise’ Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing

‘Sit and Stretch’ Wednesdays, 10:00 – 10:30 am - Performed from a seated position, a great workout for all fitness levels! Facilitated by Bob Smith.

Tai Chi Wednesdays; at 3:00PM

‘Chair Yoga with Tara’ Thursdays at 9:45 am at Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing


April 2016

  • Friday, April 1st; ’Retail Shopping Trip, 16 Acres Plaza’, Springfield
    • Come shop with us at 16 Acres.
  • Saturday, April 2nd; Metropolitan Opera – Puccini’s ‘Madame Butterfly’; Rave Motion Pictures, West Springfield
    • Anthony Minghella’s breathtaking production has thrilled audiences ever since its premiere in 2006. One of the world’s foremost Butterflies, soprano Kristine Opolais, takes on the title role and Roberto Alagna sings Pinkerton, the naval officer who breaks Butterfly’s heart. Karel Mark Chichon conducts.
  • Sunday, April 3rd; ‘Butler’; Majestic Theater, West Springfield
    • CMajor-General Benjamin Franklin Butler was a successful Massachusetts lawyer in civilian life. Now, at the start of the Civil War, he is given command of Fort Monroe, a Union outpost in Virginia, which has just seceded from the United States. Besides the threat of an attack, Butler has another problem — three escaped slaves have appeared at the fort seeking sanctuary. The law at the time requires him to return the slaves to their 'rightful owner', a Confederate Colonel who is soon to arrive. Shepard Mallory is one of these slaves. Both educated and defiant, he challenges the general to find a loophole in the law that will set him free. Butler is at once a comedy, a historical drama, and a biography.
  • Monday, April 4th; ‘The Poetry of Walt Whitman’
    • Enjoy the life and poetry of Walt Whitman, through the voice of Ed Dibble.
  • Wednesdays in April; ‘Watercolor Painting’
    • Join Marilyn Tomlinson for an introduction to methods and techniques of watercolor painting. Participants will learn how to create their own painting from a photograph or other picture, suitable for framing. No previous art experience is necessary.
  • Friday, April 8th; ‘Lunch Bunch – Memo’s Restaurant’, West Springfiel
    • Join us for a tasty lunch.
  • Saturday, April 9th; ‘Beethoven & Brahms’, Springfield Symphony
    • On this evening, the SSO turns to two masters of symphonic composition. The Springfield premiere of Beethoven’s light and bouncy Symphony No. 8 offers the perfect companion to Brahms’ immense and impassioned Piano Concerto No. 2, which features the SSO debut of guest pianist John Novacek.
  • Sunday, April 10th; ‘Birds of Prey - Migration’
    • Julie Collier and her partner, Jim Parks, operate the raptor rehabilitation center, Wingmasters, out of Leverett, MA. Julie will discuss different types of native birds seen this time of year during their migration. She will bring along with her various birds for discussion and demonstrations.
  • Tuesday, April 12th; ‘Songs for a Better World’
    • Verne McArthur, Retired Professor of Human Services, Springfield College returns to LLL to offer more songs intended to move us toward our better selves and toward a better world – having fun in the process! Through both performance and sing-along, Verne will explore songs from the past and present and from different parts of the world. Some are well known, others hidden gems; some serious, some funny; all are inspirational!
  • Wednesdays in April; ‘Watercolor Painting’
    • Join Marilyn Tomlinson for an introduction to methods and techniques of watercolor painting. Participants will learn how to create their own painting from a photograph or other picture, suitable for framing. No previous art experience is necessary.
  • Wednesday, April 13th; ‘Springfield Photographic Society” April Theme: Abstract - ‘Review of Digital and Print Entries’
    • The Springfield Photographic Society was founded in 1937 and is a photo club made up of people from the photographic novice to the professional, who share one thing in common - a love of photography. The club's activities include monthly programs, comprised of instruction and critiques. These programs are intended to entertain and educate our members in the art and science of photography.
  • Thursday, April 14th; ‘Evaluating Nutritional Supplements’
    • Genesis Rehabilitation will offer facts about alternative therapies and explain the purpose behind supplements as well as evaluate their risks/benefits.
  • Friday, April 15th; ‘Retail Shopping Trip – Bon-Ton Plaza’, Westfield
    • Come shop with us at Bon-Ton Plaza.
  • Wednesdays in April; ‘Watercolor Painting’
    • Join Marilyn Tomlinson for an introduction to methods and techniques of watercolor painting. Participants will learn how to create their own painting from a photograph or other picture, suitable for framing. No previous art experience is necessary.
  • Thursday, Thursday, April 21st; ‘Tips, Support and Advice - Consulting Service offered by Whitney Auto Body
    • Whitney Auto Body will provide information on automobile buying and services, purchasing vs. leasing, keeping vs. selling, car care, insurance questions and support. Question and answer session to follow specific to residents’ own vehicles.
  • Thursday, April 21st; ‘Singing Through the Years-A Reprise by Young@Heart Chorus’, William Simpson Fine Arts Series, Springfield College Appleton Auditorium, Fuller Arts Center
    • The Zanetti School Children’s Chorus and the Springfield College Community Chorus join the world-renowned Young@Heart Chorus as they return to Springfield College. Featuring a range of music, this concert will celebrate the joys of singing for people of all ages.
  • Friday, April 22nd; ‘Lunch Bunch – Tokyo Asian Fusion’, Springfield
  • Friday, April 22nd; ‘Pianist – Adam Bergeron‘
    • Adam’s musical experiences transcend the boundaries of a typical classical pianist. Over the past 25 years, he has studied classical performance composition all while being inspired by and exploring various modern artists and genres.
  • Saturday, April 23rd; ‘Blockbuster Movie Scores – Maestro Kevin Rhodes Conducts SSO in a tribute to John Williams’, Springfield Symphony
    • John Williams is considered one of the greatest film composers of all time. In a career spanning over six decades, he has composed some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history, including Jaws, the Star Wars series, Superman: The Movie, the Indiana Jones series, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the first two Jurassic Park films, the first three Harry Potter films, and much more. On this evening, Maestro Kevin Rhodes will take the audience on a cinematic retrospective of John Williams’ greatest scores – creating an evening of incomparable music that will delight adults and children alike.
  • Sunday, April 24th; ‘Wilbraham Men’s Glee Club Concert’
    • The Wilbraham Men’s Glee Club, accompanied by Marcia Jackson and directed by Raymond Drury, will present two concerts this spring.
  • Wednesdays in April; Watercolor Painting’
    • Join Marilyn Tomlinson for an introduction to methods and techniques of watercolor painting. Participants will learn how to create their own painting from a photograph or other picture, suitable for framing. No previous art experience is necessary.
  • Wednesday, April 27th; ‘Retail Shopping Trip – Randall’s Farm and Greenhouse’, Ludlow
  • Wednesday, April 27th; ‘Springfield Photographic Society” April Theme: Abstract - ‘Instruction’
    • The Springfield Photographic Society was founded in 1937 and is a photo club made up of people from the photographic novice to the professional, who share one thing in common - a love of photography. The club's activities include monthly programs, comprised of instruction and critiques. These programs are intended to entertain and educate our members in the art and science of photography.
  • Thursday, April 28th; ‘Springfield College Dance Demo with Cynthia Nazzaro’
    • Cynthia Nazzaro and her Springfield College dance class will offer a dance demonstration and discussion of what her class has to offer.
  • Friday, April 29th; ‘Tour - New England Public Radio’, Springfield
    • Take a tour of the Springfield headquarters of NEPR located at 1525 Main Street! The guided tour will take you through the NEPR newsroom, studios, music library and technical operations room and offer education about the history of the station and its mission.
  • Friday, April 29th; ‘Wine Social Spring Fling’
    • Enjoy fellowship and a sampling of wines representing different wine regions each month, paired with delicacies from Dining Services. Non-alcoholic beverages will be available.

March 2016

  • Thursday, March 10, 2016; Lecture~ Evaluating Nutritional Supplements
    • This seminar provides facts about alternative therapies, explains the purpose behind supplements and evaluates the risks/benefits. Guest Speaker: Genesis Rehabilitation
  • Friday March 11, 2016; Sarah the Fiddler
    • Sarah Michal needs no introduction. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of listening to Sarah play the fiddle, let's just say you are in for a treat. The moment her bow touches the stings, Sarah’s passion for the music is evident. Combining her influences of classical, bluegrass, and Celtic music to create a unique style and sound. Sarah has performed with numerous orchestras, bands and theater groups.
  • Friday, March 25th; 'Honky Tonk Piano’
    • ‘Honky Tonk Piano Man’ is a nickname that followed Gary Landgren for 20 years. His style includes Ragtime, Swing and early Jazz elements rolled into a formal yet lively presentation.

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing Resident Facilitated Events

‘Philosophy Club’’ Tuesday, March 1st at 4:00 pm - Different subject matters are up for discussion. Share ideas and opinions without the need for agreement or answers! Resident Founder: Bob Webler. Facilitated by Muriel Kowlessar

Creative Writing Mondays, 10:30 am - Short stories, memoirs, poems, a book…you choose what to write in this supportive, friendly environment offering peer reviews. Facilitated by Eric Bascom.

‘Current Events’ Mondays, 2:00 pm - Facilitated by Jim Bralla.

‘Great Courses - Events that Changed History’ Tuesday, March 8th and 22nd at 4:00 pm - Bi-weekly events with varied topics include video presentations followed by an open forum. Facilitated by Eric Bascom.

‘Sit and Stretch’ Wednesdays, 10:00 – 10:30 am - Performed from a seated position, a great workout for all fitness levels! Facilitated by Bob Smith.


Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing Sponsored Trips

3/1 Election Day Shuttle to Polls

3/5 Depart Springfield Symphony Hall - United States Navy Band

3/6 Depart Big Band Broadcast

3/9 Lunch Bunch - Masse’s American Bistro – Chicopee

3/11 Ingleside Shopping Trip – Holyoke Mall

3/12 Depart Springfield Symphony Hall – Stravinsky’s ‘The Firebird’

3/18 Lunch Bunch – Trinity Methodist Church Lenten Lunch - Springfield

3/23 Depart Chicopee Shopping Trip – Walmart Plaza

3/30 Depart Majestic Theater – ‘Butler’

February 2016

  • Friday, February 5th; ‘The Patriotic Tribute’ with Patty Carver
    • Widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history, Irving Berlin’s compositions form a large part of The Great American Songbook. From Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Always, and There’s No Business Like Show Business, to This is the Army, Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning and God Bless America, Irving Berlin has written some of the most popular American music of all times.
  • Monday, February 22nd; ‘Entertainment with Noah Lis’
    • Noah has received many recognitions and awards throughout his young career including the prestigious John Philip Souza Band Award. He had performed in NYC for America’s Got Talent and has auditioned for American Idol. He appeared on Season 6 of The Voice.
      In June 2009, Noah was named one of Western Massachusetts’ Most Talented Teens by the Springfield Republican. Currently, Noah is in his senior year of college and is majoring in Music. He is a Dean’s List student, performs 1st chair with the Westfield State Wind Symphony, and 1st Chair with the Westfield State Big Band. He is a member of three jazz ensembles, as well
  • Thursday, February 11th; ‘Antioxidants’ presented by Genesis Rehabilitation
    • This lecture provides introductory information on vitamins and antioxidants, explores the possible benefits of use, and offers an evaluation of antioxidant labels.