Events

Upcoming Events

SAVE THE DATE: Family Christmas Celebration

Family Christmas Celebration
Sunday, December 3
2 – 4pm

Santa Claus and Peppermint Bear visit our campus to celebrate the season with you and your family. Featuring entertainment by renowned pianist Elizabeth Dorman and vocalist Joe Sacchi. Includes treats and refreshments. $25 per person 12 and under free. Purchase tickets.

OCTOBER EVENTS

THE NEW SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA
1st & 3rd Wednesdays, October – May
9:15am, Pastoral Services Room
We will be using the book The New Spiritual Exercises in the Spirit of Teilhard de Chardin by Louis Savary as our guide.

 

GET YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKED
Wednesdays, October 18, & 25
1 – 3pm Wellness Center
Contact Rhianna to set an appointment or for questions: rderenick@maryswoods.com, 503-534-3947

NW ECO CHALLENGE
Wednesday, October 11 – 25
The Stewardship Council challenges you to take on new actions to reduce your impact on the environment. Residents and staff will join together for a fun competition against Marylhurst. Contact Corrina in Wellness to learn more.

 

TUESDAY COFFEE: INFINITY REHAB
Tuesday, October 17
10am, Auditorium
Lori Perry, DPT, from Infinity Rehab, leads a discussion about balance and falls, and what you can do to prevent falls at home and in the community.

TOUR: OREGON CITY END OF THE OREGON TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Wednesday, October 25
Departs PH 1pm
The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers the “Bound for Oregon,” a 30 minute film, with interactive exhibits including period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pretend to be a pioneer, pack your wagon, make butter, and fill out a land claim, too!

500TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION
Thursday, October 26
10am, Auditorium
Rick Steve’s Video: Luther and the Reformation

THE LEGACY OF THE REFORMATION
Thursday, October 26
2pm, Auditorium
Rev. Jon Aamodt gives a presentation on how the Protestant Reformation affects us today; followed by a round table panel discussion with audience questions and interaction.

TOUR: MCMENAMINS EDGEFIELD
Friday, October 27
Departs PH 11am
The Historic Edgefield, a hotel, spa and brewery was built in 1911 as the county poor farm. Starts with a guided tour followed by lunch.

HOOTENANNY OF HALLOWEEN
Friday, October 27
7pm, Auditorium
Join Rev. Jon Kristiansen Aamodt and El Dorado Gene for another evening of sing along fun. Also, a short reflection of the meaning “Halloween” (All Hallows Eve). Refreshments and cookies provided.

THE WELL IS DEEP: DISCERNING MY CUP OF LIVING WATER
Saturday, October 28
9:30am – 2pm, SNJM Foyer
When we look deep in our wells, what surprises might we discover? Join Sr. Cecilia Ranger on this Retreat Day for women and men as she explores the “living water” within each of us. Morning coffee and light lunch served.

MARIE ROSE CENTER TRICK-OR-TREAT
Saturday, October 28
1:45pm, Auditorium
The Marie Rose Center Activities Department invites residents and staff to bring their children, grandchildren, and/or great grandchildren to a Trick-or-Treat event. Age requirement is 12 and younger. We will meet promptly in the auditorium at 1:45pm on Saturday, October 28. Trick-or-Treating begins at 2pm.

EVENT: RESIDENT HALLOWEEN PARTY
Tuesday, October 31
1pm, Auditorium
Performing classic jazz-tap in traditional Broadway style, The Portland Tap Connection entertains at our annual Halloween Party. Refreshments served.