Events

Upcoming Featured Events

BOB ROSS PAINTING WORKSHOP
Wednesday, July 18
10:00am – 4:00pm, in the Art Studio
Learn step-by-step the magic behind painting Bob Ross’ happy little trees. In this workshop we will be painting Multnomah Falls. All materials included. No experience necessary.

AUTHOR SERIES: ANTOINETTE KENNEDY FAR FROM HOME
Wednesday, July 18
2:00pm, in the Auditorium
Antoinette Kennedy is a 1970 graduate of Marylhurst College and a former teacher at St. Mary’s Academy. She explores her newly published memoir, Far from Home.

TOUR: BROADWAY ROSE THEATRE – MAMA MIA
Thursday, July 19
Depart PH at 6:30pm
Get swept away by the infectious music, uplifting story, and dazzling dance numbers who have made Mamma Mia! a worldwide phenomenon.

CERAMICS
Friday, July 20
9:00am – 12:00pm or 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Art Studio
Ceramic classes begin Friday July 20 and run until Sept 14. Join either the morning session from 9-12 or the afternoon from 1-4 in the art studio for $85. In this self-paced class learn to make objects that you choose. No experience necessary. All abilities welcome. All supplies included.

BRAIN FITNESS SERIES
Friday, July 20 & 27
1:00pm – 2:00pm, in the Auditorium
Games, puzzles and trivia designed to stimulate and challenge your brain! Please sign up in the communication hub.

DIVERSITY FILM SHOWING: BRAVE
Monday, July 23
2:00pm, in the Auditorium
Brave offers fairy tale fans a rousing, funny fantasy adventure with a distaff twist and surprising depth.

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM PARTY
Wednesday, July 25
6:00pm, in the Provincial House Circular Drive & Mt. Hood Dining Room
Join us for a whimsical summer evening at Midsummer Night’s Dream Party. The evening includes dancing, live music, casino games, a photo booth, heavy hors d’oeuvres, themed drinks, raffle prizes, and more! The summer party is complimentary for Mary’s Woods residents.

THURSDAY COFFEE: EDITOR NAN NARBOE ON HER BOOK AGING: AN APPRENTICESHIP
Thursday, July 26
10:00am, in the Auditorium
Editor Nan Narboe discusses her book, Aging: An Apprenticeship, which is full of thoughtfully selected essays that offer an intimate and lyrical account of aging through the decades.