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AgeCare Midnapore – November Newsletter LTC

Notable Quote 

“O, it sets my hart a-clickin’ like the tickin’ of a clock, When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder’s in the shock!

~ James Whitcomb Riley


November at a Glance

Nov 1st – Legion Lunch Outing

Nov 2nd – Craig West Music in Atrium

Nov 3rd – Remembrance Day Ceremony

Nov 4th – Stay on the Bus Drive

Nov 6th – Daylight Savings Ends

Nov 9th – Boyd Nichols in Atrium

Nov 15th – Seated Zumba in Atrium

Nov 16th – Ukrainian InHouse Lunch

Nov 21st – Birthday Party in Atrium

Nov 22nd – Golden Gals Lunch Outing

Nov 23rd – Stay on the Bus Drive

Nov 25th – Stay on the Bus Drive

Nov 28th – Grumpy Old Men Wood Working

Nov 30th – Christmas Practice Choir in

Bridlewood Retreat

Check Out Your Neighbourhood calendar for more Programs

November 2016

Cookbook—Call for Recipes

AgeCare Midnapore is excited to announce a call for recipes. This cookbook will contain recipes from staff, families, residents, and volunteers. We are currently accepting all varieties of recipes as submissions for this activity; so, send in your favorites to share!

Please submit by November 15th, please fill out the recipe submission form found at the recreation department or reception.

The cookbook will be sold as a fundraiser at $15 per copy or 2 for $20.

If you have any questions or would like to pre-order a copy of the cookbook, please feel free to contact Marlee Dukart, Recreation Therapist via e-mail at or 403-873-2635

We look forward to receiving your recipe submissions and making this event a successful fundraiser!

Here is a copy of the submission form: Recipe Submission Form

Remembrance Day Ceremony

Thursday November 3th at 1:30pm in the Atrium

“praising what is lost makes the remembrance dear.”

– William Shakespeare 

Residents, Family & Friends are welcome to attend

Remembrance Day poppy

A Message from Oaks and Acorns Montessori Childcare/ Kindergarten

It is our privilege and pleasure to be a part of the AgeCare Community. Our children appreciate learning from our Grand Friend’s experiences and sharing their own interests during intergenerational activities. In October we enjoyed our craft activities and the Halloween Parade through the home on October 31, 2016.

In November and December we will be focusing on Peace and the multicultural celebrations which focus on Festivals of Light.  We welcome our Grandfriends to visit our classroom in order to share their own special traditions and culture during this holiday season.  Kindly let Tori White (Rec Department) or Mrs. Jaswal (Childcare) know if you would like to take part in upcoming activities.

Questions or Concerns about Recreation Please Contact

Tori White, Recreation Coordinator