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  • FEBRUARY 2017

    The Residences at Seashore Point l Concierge Condo Living in Provincetown

    The Residents’ Point FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    JANE PARADISE, PHOTOGRAPHER, slide talk Monday, February 13 • 4pm A Provincetown-based photographer, Jane’s photos capture profound intimate connections between people and environments. The images reflect a deeply felt longing for home. She says, “My work anchors me

    in this world and connects me to others who travel and wander.” Her portfolios include When I Was Young, I Was Beautiful; Ada at 100: Why Am I Still Here; and The Dune Shacks of Provincetown. Her work was featured at Houston Center for Photography; the International Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Buenas Aires, Malaga and Berlin; Simmons College; and Griffin Museum of Photography. The book Of Strength and Grace: Elegy for Love contains 90 of her photographs of aging women, and others appear in Summertime published by Chronicle Books.RSVP at Concierge Desk

    To prepare for Special Town Meeting on February 6, come and discuss the single article requesting that the Town provide funds that will aid the Provincetown Year- Round Market Rate Rental Housing Trust to acquire Harbor Hill. In collaboration, the Council on Aging will provide rides to seniors who call 508-487-7080 by Wednesday, February 1. RSVP at the Concierge Desk

    MEET WITH YOUR SELECTMEN AND TOWN MANAGER Thursday, February 2 • 3:30pm

    NOT YOUR “REGULAR” COFFEE HOUR Wednesdays • 10:30 am Please join residents and friends from the Provincetown area for a sumptuous coffee hour.

    HATCHES HARBOR EXHIBITIONS PRESENTS ARTHUR COHEN / A CLOSER LOOK The Residences at Seashore Point collaborates with The Bakker Project on this exhibition of thirty paintings by the nationally known painter and printmaker, Arthur Cohen thru mid-March.

    HILDE OLESON WRITING GROUP Tuesdays, February 7 & 21 • 10:30am One of Hilde Oleson’s writing groups published their work in a book titled Coffee at Hilde’s: Four Provincetown Poets, including poems by The Residences at Seashore Point’s own Lorraine Kujawa. So this is a productive group that you will want to be part of!

    ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUPS Thursday, February 9 • 10:30-12, early-stage Thursday, February 9 & 23 • 3-4:30, caregivers Collaborating with Alzheimer’s Family Support Center of Cape Cod to support people with mild cognitive impairment—early stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia-related illnesses—and their caregivers.

    SEASHORE POINT BOOK CLUB Friday, February 17 • 10:30am Collaboration with Provincetown Public Library to bring you Matt Clark who leads a discussion of White Trash by Nancy Isenberg.

    MEN’S BREAKFAST Tuesday, February 21 • 9am The Residences at Seashore Point sponsors this with CoA for men’s conversation, camaraderie, and a great breakfast. Free will donation. RSVP at Concierge

    FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Join us for excerpts from Finian’s Rainbow. Hear Kate Baldwin and Cheyenne Jackson perform in the 2009 Broadway revival which gathered 3 Tony nominations!

    MICHAEL CASEY PRESENTS FINIAN’S RAINBOW Wednesday, February 15 • 4pm

  • FebruarySpecial Events Game Day Thursday, Feburary 23, 3:30pm, 3rd floor Lobby

    Several people told the Events Commmittee that afternoons were best for board games, so they invite you to join them for chess, checkers, backgammon,

    cribbage, Scrabble, Yahtzee, Huggernuggers, Uno, Othello, Trivial Pursuit (2 versions), Mexican Train Game, Monopoly and Over-the-Hill-opoly! Whether or not you’ve got a favorite game, let’s play!

    JAZZ BRUNCH Sunday, February 26 • 10:30am-noon

    Our Jazz Brunches have become so popular that we’re going to host them more often! Bart Weisman’s Smooth Jazz group returns to perform during Febraury’s delectable winter-themed brunch, which includes champagne and mimosas. The cost is $15 per person for residents and guests, to be charged to your monthly invoice. Please sign up at the Concierge Desk as soon as possible to reserve your seat, and also let us know the names of any outside guests attending. Space is limited to 50 seats. A full menu will be available at the Concierge Desk prior to the event. RSVP at the Concierge Desk, deadline February 13

    Contact the Concierge if you would like tickets to attend the Metopolitan Opera simulcasts! Rusalka Live Broadcast: February 25, 12:55 pm leave 12:15pm, return 5:30-ish La Traviata Live Broadcast: March 11, 12:55 pm leave 12:15pm, return 4:30-ish Idomeneo Live Broadcast: March 25, 12:55 pm leave 12:15pm, return 5:45-ish Eugene Onegin Live Broadcast: April 22, 12:55 pm leave 12:15pm, return 5:30-ish Der Rosenkavalier Live Broadcast: May 13, 12:30 pm leave 11:45pm, return 5:45-ish

    Fitness Center Training Thursdays, 1pm, Gym

    At the request of residents, each Thursday Dan McGhie offers training on the equipment YOU would like to use. This can be a brush-up class, a continuation of previous instruction, or an introduction!

    FAT TUESDAY Community Wine Time 4:45pm & Dinner 5:30pm Tuesday, February 28, Dining Room & Foyer

    Join us to celebrate Mardi Gras with a buffet befitting a night of revelry: Jambalaya, gumbo, red beans and rice, and Chef Don’s King Cake. One lucky diner will find a baby baked into the cake—a traditional part of the celebration in New Orleans. Please sign up at the Concierge Desk with first and last name of everyone attending. $10 charged to the monthly invoice for each guest. Everyone who wants a meal this night, RSVP at the Concierge Desk by February 21.

    THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK Tuesday, February 14 • 2PM, Hatches Harbor To recognize Valentine’s Day, join Sheila McGuinness as she reads T. S. Eliot’s poem, which many would say is one of the greatest of 20th century America. All who attend will enjoy a bit of the food of love— chocolate, not oysters!

  • Sunday Night at the Movies February 12, 7:30pm, Point Room Florence Foster Jenkins 2016, 110min

    Despite a horrid singing voice, heiress is certain she can become an opera star. Her partner and manager does all he can to shield her from the truth, but his task may prove impossible. Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant

    Saturday Matinee February 11, 3pm, Point Room Pillow Talk, 1949, 113min

    A songwriter (Rock Hudson) spends hours on the phone wooing his many women. But he shares a party line with a prim interior decorator (Doris Day), who can’t get any calls. Then Bradsees her—and it’s lust at first sight.

    FebruarySpecial Events Saturday Matinee February 4, 3pm, Point Room Cabaret, 1972, 128min

    A British scribe (Michael York) and his comrades -- including a flamboyant American nightclub entertainer (Liza Minnelli) -- chronicle the debauchery and prelude to war of Berlin in director Bob Fosse’s big-screen adaptation of a musical classic.

    Sunday Night at the Movies February 19, 7:30pm, Point Room 45 Years, 2015, 95min Geoff and Kate Mercer’s plans for a 45th anniversary party are upset by some unexpected news: A body found in the Swiss Alps has been identified as Geoff’s long-ago love Katya, who perished in an accident 50 years earlier. Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine James

    Saturday Matinee February 18, 3pm, Point Room Gone with the Wind, 1939, 233min

    Victor Fleming’s 1939 epic movie of Margaret Mitchell’s novel stars Vivien Leigh as self-absorbed, headstrong Scarlett O’Hara, a Southern Belle who meets her match in Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) just as the Civil War breaks out.

    Saturday Matinee February 25, 3pm, Point Room Ordinary People, 1980, 124min Everything is in its proper place in the Jarrett household—except the past. Mary Tyler Moore as a repressed mother whose favorite son has died, leaving her with another (Timothy Hutton) she can barely tolerate. Best Picture + 3 other Academy Awards.

    Events Committee February 4, 11am Hatches Harbor Room

    Betty Comey, Lorraine Kujawa, Alexandra MacDonald, Elaine Anderson, Joan LeBlanc, Judy Dennis and Sheila McGuinness discuss and plan upcoming special events. Please give suggestions to anyone on the committee!

    Residents’ Dining Committee February 20, 11am Hatches Harbor Room Ann Wright, Paul Endich, Miriam Stubbs, Don Roy, and Carol Procter, meet with Don Dickerson and Sheila McGuinness to discuss February’s Nightly Specials and your dining Response Cards. Please feel free to make your suggestions to committee members.

    Talking Point February 14, 4pm Hatches Harbor Room

    This is your opportunity to hear about and discuss with management upcoming events, news and community topics. This is also an opportune time to meet with other residents you may not often see.

    Sunday Night at the Movies February 26, 7:30pm, Point Room Hunt for Wilderpeople, 2016, 101min Young misfit Ricky Baker has grown comfortable with his foster parents, Aunt Bella and Uncle Hec. But when Bella’s death threatens to send Ricky back to child services, the irascible Hec heads for the bush with Ricky, setting off a national manhunt. Charming movie.

  • FebruaryDinner Specials

    Residents’ speak about recent meals: The vegetarian lasanga was a perfect portion & the sauce was great. I licked the plate!

    The Portobello Special was a great meal— different than the usual!

    Cobb Salad—wonderful!

    1. Wednesday Slow-simmered Old Fashioned Beef Stew served in a fresh baked bread bowl. 2. Thursday Grilled Lamb C

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