May Events at Westminster Village

The showers of April brought a bounty of flowers and foliage to the landscape around Westminster. Everything is in bloom with a variety of spring colors. Now that the weather is warmer, residents are taking the opportunity to walk to the pond to get a glimpse of the swan’s new cygnets.

The public is welcome to attend all of our featured events!

5/02 – 7pm – Laurel Blue Grass Music

5/05 – 3pm – Naomi Jackson – Opera Singer

5/06 – 7pm – Christian Ministries Community Choir

5/08 – 7pm – Larry Davis – Gospel Music

5/09 – 2pm – Norma Lasley – Presentation on Downtown Muncie from the 1950’s era

5/11 – 7pm – The Arnold Violin Studio

5/15 – 2pm – Muncie through the Eyes of Geoffrey and Jennifer Mearns

5/15 – 7pm – DiStaff – BSU Ladies Musical Group

5/22 – 7pm – Brass Music with 5 Members – Muncie Symphony Orchestra

5/24 – 7pm – Nola Nottingham – Singer & Pianist

5/29 – 7pm – John Walker – Singer & Guitar

5/30 – 7pm – Fred Walker – Singer Musician

All performances in Legacy Commons Event Hall

The Jacksons to Entertain Westminster Village
Join us on Saturday, May 5th, at 3:00 pm, for Naomi Jackson and her husband, Bradley, as they sing a variety of songs with a little comedy thrown in for good measure! The program is reminiscent of an old radio show.

Christian Ministries Community Choir
We are happy to announce that we have rescheduled the Christian Ministries Community Choir, featuring Doug Ammon. The concert will be on Sunday, May 6th, at 7:00 pm, for an evening performance.

Speaker to talk about 1950’s Downtown Muncie
Remember what Downtown Muncie was like in the 1950’s? Norma Lasley, who is retired from the Muncie Public Library and volunteers at the Delaware County Historical Society, will be at Westminster on Wednesday, May 9th, at 2:00 pm, to feature Downtown Muncie from the 1950’s era. Come out and enjoy this program and reminisce with us.

Tiffany Arnold Studio Violin Recital
On Friday, May 11th, the Legacy Commons Event Hall at Westminster Village will be filled with the beautiful music of the Tiffany Arnold Studio violin students (about 21 students will be performing plus a few pianists to accompany).

The Arnold Violin Studio is comprised of the private violin students of Tiffany Janney Arnold.  Students performing on this recital range in age from 7 to 19, and have been studying the violin from 1-10 years.  Also performing will be a violin duo and a violin quartet. The program begins at 7:00 pm.

Muncie Through the Eyes of Geoffrey and Jennifer Mearns
Westminster Village has invited Ball State University President Geoffrey S. Mearns and his wife, Mrs. Jennifer Mearns, to speak at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15, at Legacy Commons Event Hall. They will discuss their pledge to partner with the community through Ball State’s Better Together initiative, and their impressions of Muncie since arriving here a year ago.

Friends of the Orchestra
MSO Westminster Promo photo #1Westminster Village, in partnership with Muncie Symphony, presents Friends of the Orchestra Music Series. On Tuesday, May 22nd, at 7:00 pm, we will feature brass music with five members of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra as they present “Brilliant Brass”. From Bach to Broadway, this upbeat concert is certain to have something for everyone!

Evening Musical Programs
Westminster has many evening musical programs scheduled throughout May. Laurel Blue Grass Music will be at Westminster on Wednesday, May 2nd.

Singer Larry Davis will be performing on Tuesday, May 8th.

On Tuesday, May 15th will be Distaff Group – BSU Ladies Musical Group.

Nola Nottingham will be playing the piano and singing on May 24th.

John Walker will perform on Tuesday, May 29th.

Fred Walker, singer and musician will be performing on, Wednesday, May 30th.

*All the evening programs begin at 7:00 pm and will be held in the Legacy Commons Event Hall.

Cygnets at Westminster Village!

Staff Appreciation Luncheon

April Events at Westminster Village

All events are FREE, open to the Public and held in the Legacy Commons Event Hall!

4/16 – 2:00 pm – Sweet Sounds Music – Gospel & Doo Wop

4/17 – 7:00 pm – Music with Paul White – Singer, Gospel & Oldies

4/19 – 2:00 pm – Windsong Flute Ensemble

4/23 – 7:00 pm – Woody Noblitt Quartet – Barber Shop

4/24 – 3:00 pm – Royerton Elementary Choir & Rockers

4/25 – 2:00 pm – Jeff Riker – Comedian Enthusiast

4/26 – 2:00 pm – Conversation with our Chaplain – The Healing Presence

 


“Sweet Sounds Music” to Perform at Westminster
Come and enjoy the melodies of Sweet Sounds Music, on Monday, April 16th, at 2:00 pm in the Legacy Commons Event Hall. Sweet Sounds Music sings country southern gospel and 50/60 Doo Wop. The public is invited to attend.

Windsong Flute Ensemble
Come to Westminster, in the Legacy Commons Event Hall, on Thursday, April 19th, at 2:00 pm, for the Windsong Flute Ensemble. This is a group that loves to perform their beautiful music. The public is welcome to attend.

Royerton Elementary Choir and Rockers
Our residents can’t help but smile whenever youngsters come to Westminster to perform for them. On Tuesday, April 24th, at 3:00 pm, the Royerton Elementary Choir and Rockers will be in the Legacy Commons Event Hall to sing and play their instruments. The public is invited to join us.

Woody Noblitt Quartet
On Monday, April 23rd, at 7:00 pm, The Woody Noblitt Quartet will be at Westminster, singing Barber Shop Quartet music. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Comedian and Enthusiast to Perform at Westminster
We are happy to announce that we have rescheduled our Comedian and Enthusiast, Jeff Riker, for Wednesday, April 25th, at 2:00 pm. The public is invited to attend what is sure to be a fun event!

 

Events though the rest of March 2018

What’s Happening at Westminster Village Legacy Commons Event Hall

All events FREE! – PUBLIC INVITED

John Walker Folk Music – Guitar
Tuesday, March 20th, 7pm

“Expanding Your Horizons” Presents Danny Russell as Daniel Boone Tuesday, March 27th, 2pm
Modern Music by Singer Shayla Jenkins Tuesday, March 27th, 7pm

“Friends of the Symphony” Muncie Symphony Orchestra presents “Violet” comprised of clarinetist Elizabeth Crawford and violist Katrin Meidell Wednesday, March 28th, 2pm

“Conversation with our Chaplain” Rev. Dr. Ron Naylor
Topic: “Resurrection” Thursday, March 29th, 2pm

Westminster Village Presents Rev. Dr. Ron Naylor on Thursday, March 1st

In celebration of our 44th Anniversary, Westminster Village is hosting a welcome reception for Rev. Dr. Ronald Naylor, who is joining Westminster Village as our Chaplain.

The community is invited to join us in our Legacy Commons Event Hall on Thursday, March 1st, 2-4pm.

Rev. Dr. Ron Naylor is our first full-time Chaplain since Westminster Village was founded in 1974.

Ron has lived in Muncie for over 30 years serving as Sr. Pastor at First Presbyterian Church for 28 years. He graduated from Westminster College in Fulton Missouri and Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J.. Ron did Doctoral studies at The Ecumenical Theological Seminary in Detroit and completed Clinical Pastoral Education at Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia and The Indiana Pastoral Care and Counseling Center, Indianapolis.

Ron is married to Susan, they have two sons and two granddaughters. Ron is a member of Cardinal Varsity Club at BSU, loves traveling and is active in several community organizations.

Dr. Naylor will also welcome new residents in their transition to Westminster as well as conduct “Grief Share”, a support group for residents, staff, and also open to the Muncie community.

No RSVP Necessary