2014-09-05 / Community

September is a busy month at Atria in Kennebunk

Tom Snow will give another performance to kick off National Assisted Living Week and Grandparents Day 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept.7 at Atria Kennebunk. Join in for an arrangement of hors’ d’oeurves and music.

Dave Hollis will give a performance of piano and song at 2 p.m. Monday Sept. 8 during a black and white party. Participants are asked to dress in black and white ensembles. Atria will serve white and dark chocolate dipped fruits.

Dick Coffin will perform his comedy and celebrity impersonations 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9. The show is geared toward families.

Peter Mezoian will entertain with his banjo playing 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.

A Chair Tai Chi hour will be coordinated by Atria’s Engage Life Director Amber Wilson at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 16. The event is by donation only. All proceeds will go to the Maine Chapter Alzheimer’s Chair, “Remember When.”

Wilson received her Chair Tai Chi certification from founder of Chair Tai Chi, Patrick Griffith. The class is designed around the overall well being of mind, body and spirit.

Nancy Viehmann, head volunteer coordinator from the Wells Reserve, will give a presentation 2 p.m. Monday Sept. 22 called “Getting to Know the Wells Reserve at Laudholm.”

Learn about Maine habitat and get inside information about the weekend happenings of Pumpkinfiddle.

Steve Kelly from the Iris Network will give a presentation 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26. The talk will include information about eye heath and the latest technology that has helped many suffering from low vision impairments. The presentation is in light of Atria’s Active Aging Week which is centered on older adults taking the steps to become more active.

For more information about Atria programs and activities, call 985-5866.

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