If you were not able to attend the Ball State Centennial Celebration and the premiere of the Centennial Documentary on September 6th, at Emens Auditorium, then you are in luck! On Wednesday, November 7th, at 6:30 pm, Chris Flook, with Delaware County Historical Society, will be at Westminster to talk about the history of Ball State and present the BSU student-produced documentary, “From Normal to Extraordinary: Ball State’s First Century.” If you would like to learn more about the history of Ball State, or just rekindle great memories, this program is one not to miss!
All Events FREE! PUBLIC INVITED
11/7 – 6:30pm – Chris Flook, Delaware County Historical Society, History of BSU and showing of the Centennial Documentary
11/9 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm – USO Dance to commemorate our Veteran’s service, Does the sounds of Benny Goodman or the Dorsey Brothers take you back? DJ, Matt Howell, plays the hits of the 1940’s.
11/13 – 7:00pm – Music by Jimmy Carter
11/15 – 2:00pm – Michael B. presents Rhatatat – Singer and Saxophonist
11/16 – 7:00pm – Tiffany Arnold Studio – Recital with 20 plus violin students
11/19 – 7:00pm – Clarinet Connection Choir from Americas Hometown Band
11/20 – 2:00pm – Dr. Robert La France, BSU David Owsley Museum, presents Artist – Edward Goey and “The Power of Place: 100 Years of Architecture at BSU”
11/27 – 7:00 pm – 20th Street Band performing Southern Hymns and Gospel
11/29 – 7:00 pm – Music by Nola Nottingham – Singer & Pianist
Second Annual Health Fair at Westminster
Westminster Village will host its Second Annual Health Fair, “Keeping Your Life In Balance,” on October 17th, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, in Legacy Commons. There will be over 30 vendors ready to answer your questions and give you information to help you stay healthy. Several of the vendors will be offering free screenings for Hearing, Dermatology, Bone Density, Vision, Blood Pressure, Glucose, and Heart/Stroke. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Department will also be here for a prescription medicine drop. Please come to this informative fair to help live a “Life in Balance!”
“In The Pink Day” At Westminster Village
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Friday, October 26th it will be In the Pink Day at Westminster, as we remember those who lost their battle to Breast Cancer and celebrate others who won their fight. At Westminster, we will be decorating in pink and encouraging everyone who can, to wear pink on this special day. At 2:00 pm, there will be an In the Pink Social in Legacy Commons. Beverly Wilson, a Breast Cancer survivor, will be on hand to speak of her triumph over cancer. The public is invited to attend.
Upcoming Events in Legacy Commons Event Hall
10/16 – 7:00 pm – Music with Paul White
10/17 – 10:00 am – 2:00 pm – Westminster Village 2nd Annual Health Fair – Over 30 Vendors – Free screenings for Hearing, Dermatology, Bone Density, Vision, Blood Pressure, Glucose and Heart/Stroke
10/20 – 3:00 pm – Music with Naomi Jackson
10/23 – 7:00 pm – Music with Madison County Music Makers
10/24 – 7:00 pm – Music by Mountain Laurel
10/25 – 11:30am – Lunch with Artist and Conductor with the Muncie Symphony – $15.00 non-residents, RSVP 10/22.
10/26 – 2 :00 pm – In The Pink Social – Wear Pink and come remember those that lost their battle to Breast Cancer and celebrate others who won their fight. Beverly Wilson, a Breast Cancer survivor, speaker.
10/30 – 7:00 pm – Music with Jimmy Priest
“Safe & Warm for The Winter”
Now is the time to start thinking about where you want to spend this winter. At Westminster Village you can celebrate the season in a winter wonderland filled with life enrichment connections to enhance your mind, body and spirit. Just turn down the thermostat, pack a bag, and get ready to enjoy a safe and entertaining winter. For more information, call Tyler or Melody at 288-2155.
“Keeping Your Life in Balance”
October 17th 10:00am – 2 :00pm In the Legacy Commons Event Hall
FREE screenings for the following:
- Bone Density
- Blood Pressure
…including chair massages and information to say healthy and live a “Life in Balance”!
Westminster Village is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Soup Crawl. This year’s Soup Crawl will be on Thursday, October 4 from 5-8pm all throughout downtown Muncie.
Only 500 tickets available and they always sell out, so get them now! Tickets are $20 each so visit any PrimeTrust location quickly because they sell out every year!
All proceeds from Soup Crawl go directly to the school food pantry program of Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana.
Get out there and enjoy nearly 30 soup entries from area restaurants, caterers and organizations!
9/12 – 2:00 pm – Jeff Riker – Comedian Enthusiast, FREE Open to Public
9/18 – 2:00 pm – “Taking Charge of Your Health” presents Dr. Makris on ‘The Aging Eye”, FREE Open to Public
9/19 – 7:00 pm – WIPB-TV Movie screening premier of PBS’s Poldark on Masterpiece Theatre, FREE Open to Public
9/21 – 5:00 pm – Cruise-On-In Classic Car Review, FREE Open to Public
9/21 – 7:00 pm – Sock Hop, FREE Open to Public
9/28 – 11:30am – Lunch with the Artist – Meet & Greet MSO Artistic Dir. & Conductor, Douglas Droste & Violinist, Steven Greenman. Cost: $15.00, RSVP no later than 9/24 to MSO – 765.285.5531, CBradshaw@MuncieSymphony.org.
You’re invited to a FREE WIPB-TV screening of PBS’s Poldark on MASTERPIECE
Wednesday, September 19, 7:00 pm
Legacy Commons Event Hall
5801 W. Bethel Ave., Muncie, IN 47305
Open to the public!
The fourth season of PBS’s Poldark on MASTERPIECE airs on WIPB on September 30 at 9pm! You are invited to preview the first episode of the fourth season before it comes to the big screen.
Ross Poldark, a British Army officer, returns home in Cornwall after the American Revolutionary War and rebuilds his life with a new business venture, making new enemies and finding a new love where he least expects it.
The fourth season starts in 1796, and to defend Cornwall and those he loves Ross must play the political game on a journey that takes him to the nation’s capital and into new perils.
Poldark, Season 4 is a Mammoth Screen production for the BBC and MASTERPIECE.
Based on the novels by Winston Graham.
September 21, 2018 at Westminster Village, Muncie.
Classic Car Review: 5pm – 7pm
Sock Hop: 7pm – 9pm
After the Classic Car Show, stay for the Sock Hop. DJ Matt Howell spinning the music from the 50’s and 60’s.
Friday, September 28th, 2018 at 11:30am
Steven Greenman, MSO guest artist
Douglas Droste, MSO artistic director and conductor
Reserve your spot TODAY by calling 765.285.5531 or CBradshaw@MuncieSymphony.org. Reservations due by Friday, September 21st.
Enjoy delicious sliced roast beef in au jus with colorful roasted white, sweet, and purple potatoes or vegetarian lasagna. Sides include a medley of green beans, crisp garden salad, and fresh rolls. For dessert, taste our scrumptious cheesecake topped with fresh fruit. Have your choice of coffee, tea and water.
$7.00 for Westminster Village residents
Douglas Droste | artistic director | conductor Conductor Droste is recognized as possessing “obvious joy” for making music and a “sure sense of timing” when on the podium. Those under his baton routinely acknowledge his in-depth interpretations, keen sense of communication, and personable ability to empower musicians. Droste is the Artistic Director of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Director of Orchestras at Ball State, and Conductor of the Music For All Summer Symposium Youth Orchestra.
Steven Greenman | composer | violinist | arranger As a composer, Steven has produced two landmark recordings of his original Jewish and klezmer compositions, Stempenyu’s Dream and Stempenyu’s Neshome, while two of his Jewish liturgical melodies have been recognized and published by the Shalshelet Foundation for New Jewish Liturgical Music. His latest composition, Klezmer Concert Suite for Solo Violin and Orchestra (2018) will receive its world premier performance in September 2018 with the Muncie Symphony Orchestra.
These events are open to the public and in the Event Hall at Westminster Village.
Every Wednesday at 10:00am we are featuring “Singing and Searching the Scripture” with Robert Fair
8/03 – 2:00 pm – Alloy French Horn Quartet – Classical, Light Jazz & Oldie Favorites
8/07 – 7:00 pm – Gene Sherfy – Classics, Songs of the Past
8/14 – 7:00 pm – Jimmy Priest – Instrumental & Oldies
8/15 – 2:00 pm – E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center presents Melissa Gentry, Mapping Historic Lives – highlighting JFK, Anne Frank, Martin Luther King Jr., Outlaw John Dillinger, Princess Diana, Muncie figures and more.
8/21 – 7:00 pm – Paul White – Singer, Gospel & Oldies
8/29 – 7:00 pm – Fred Walker – Singer Musician
Learn more or schedule a tour with the Marketing Department, visit website or call (765) 288-2155.