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!
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
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
All events open to the public – ALL FREE!
Westminster Village has two exciting events today, February 12th, in our Legacy Commons Event Hall that you don’t want to miss! At 2:00 pm Mr. Jack Buckles will be doing a presentation on President Abraham Lincoln. At 7:30 pm, MasterWorks Chorale is performing songs from their recent Broadway Melody concert.
Both events are FREE and open to the public. Be our guest and visit us today at 5801 West Bethel Avenue in Muncie!
Westminster Village Celebrates The Month of Love with a Sweetheart Ball on Friday, February 23rd from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm in the Legacy Commons Event Hall.
- Music by DJ Matt Howell
- Light Refreshments
- Senior Singles and Couples Welcome!
Free & Open to the Public!
Residents, Staff and guests enjoyed cocoa and cookies while voting on their favorite three Christmas trees out of 31 on display – 1st place – “Sounds of Christmas” , 2nd place – “Candy Cane Lane” and 3rd place – “On the Wings of Angels”. The raffle was a huge success – thanks to our community partners and friends for their donations and support.