Many thanks to the Creekside Crickets for coming to entertain at Jones-Harrison this past week.
Halloween festivities took place on all Hallow’s Eve at Jones-Harrison. The staff got creative on their costumes again this year – check out the photos of the Fantasy Football Cheerleaders, or the “Staff You Can Count On”? How about the Music Teacher, the Square Dancer, our Sleepy time gals, the Nerds and a mostly un-ferocious lion. Even the boss stopped in to check out the activities – or was it? Some of the residents got in on the act as well. The party wrapped up with some magical fun.
The boss stopped in to see how the Jones-Harrison costume contest and Halloween party was going. Turns out, it wasn’t so spooky but it was magical!
First prize for our Clown Friend at the Jones-Harrison costume contest:
Many thanks for the children from Edina Morningside Nursery School for coming to visit at Jones-Harrison and get in a little trick-or-treating practice. It was a great joy for all the residents and staff to see all the terrific costumes and happy faces.
Enjoy the photos!
A little magic is in the air as the kids come to trick and mostly treat at Jones-Harrison
The final guest in the Jones Harrison New Aging, Whole Living, Meaningful Life speaker series and it’s going to be a great one. Join Us!
Malidoma is a shaman from the Dagara tribe (West Africa), with 3 Masters degrees and 2 PhDs from Brandeis and the Sorbonne. He addresses modern challenges to our humanity, and how to optimize life as interconnected and multi-dimensional along the aging arc.
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