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JANUARY 2019, v1

DINNER AT THE CAFE

Tuesday, January 8th starting at 5pm
Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
Walk-ins Welcome!

FOR SEVERE WEATHER CLOSINGS AND  PROGRAM CHANGES CALL: 
WHV Daily Happenings Hotline
540-443-3473


CONTACTS
WHV Main Switchboard:
552-9176
Transportation & Housing:

552-2419
Blacksburg Transit: 
961-1803
Village Happenings Hotline:
 
443-3473
VILLAGE CENTER
Front Desk Reception:

443-3800

The Huckleberry Cafe:

443-3801

The Village Gourmet Catering:

443-3457

The Fitness Center:
443-3474
LIFE ENRICHMENT
Mardy Baker: 
443-3434
 - Village Center - 
Steve Leist:
443-3810      

- Showalter Center - 
Jonathan Tate:
443-0407

 - Kroontje Health Care - 
Jordan Benedict: 443-3411
WARM HEARTH AT HOME
Info & Assessments:

443-3428

www.whvathome.org

TEA TREE SALON
540-443-3817
HUCKLEBERRY CAFE
540-443-3801
FIRESIDE CAFE & SHOWALTER DINING
540-443-3429
WARM HEARTH FITNESS CENTER

EXERCISE & AQUATIC CLASSES
E - Exercise Studio
P - Pool

Monday
9a - Fit For Life (E)
10a - Gentle Yoga (E)       
10:30a - Arthritis Aquatics (P)

1p - Pool Volleyball (P)
1p - Posture, Balance & Gait (E)

2p - Rock Steady 1 & 2 (E)
Tuesday
8a - Tai Chi For Everyone (E)
9:30a - Aqua Mix (P)
11a - Chair Yoga (E)                 
12p - Rock Steady Boxing 3 &4 (E)  
1p - Rock Steady Boxing  1 & 2(E)

2p - Aqua Fit (P)
3p - Ballroom Dance Classes (E)
3p - Pickle Ball - (Parking Lot)
4p - Water Walking (P)

Wednesday
7:30a - Gentle Yoga (E)

9a - Fitness For Life (E)
10am - Yoga/Fitness for Healthy Aging (E)
10:30a - Arthritis Aquatics (P)
1p - Posture, Balance & Gait (E)

1p - Pool Volleyball (P)
2p - Rock Steady 1 & 2 (E)
4:45p - Ai Chi (P)
Thursday
9:30a - Aqua Mix (P)
10:30a - Moving with Music (E)
11a - Chair Yoga (E)                 
12p - Rock Steady Boxing 3 & 4 (E)   
1p - Rock Steady Boxing 1 & 2 (E)
2p - Aqua Fit (P)

3p - Pickle Ball - (Parking Lot)
Friday
9a - Fitness For Life (E)
10:30a - Rejuvenation (E)
10:30a - Arthritis Aquatics (P)   
1p - Posture, Balance and Gait (E)
Saturday
10a - Ai Chi (P)
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th
Family Swim Time
12p - 2p
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Regular Fitness Center hours are Monday-Friday
7am - 6pm 
Saturday, 10am - 2pm
Closed on Sunday
 
A reminder to enter through the Fitness Center entrance on the side of the Village Center on Saturdays.

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Holiday Hours:
Open until 3pm on 12/31 
CLOSED:  1/1/2019
Have a Happy Holiday
from 
Warm Hearth Village Fitness


ONGOING
ACTIVITIES
American Legion
4th Tuesday of the Month
Karr Activity Center, 6:30 pm
Apartment Resident Potluck
Contact Cheryl Pearson for more information at cnspearson1@gmail.com
BINGO Games
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Showalter Center
1st Floor Studio, 1:30 pm
Contact: Jonathan Tate
443-0407
Every Sunday, 2:30 pm
Mon., Wed. & Fri., 3 pm
Kroontje Health Care Center
Contact: Jordan Benedict
443-3411
1st & 3rd Saturday of the Month   
1
2:30pm - 2:30pm
Karr Activity Center
Contact: Cheryl Pearson 
cnspearson1@gmail.com
Breakfast Clubs
MEN - 4th Friday of the Month
WOMEN - 1st Friday of the Month
Woodland Studio, 9:30 am

Contact: Mardy Baker
443-3434  
Bridge Game
Karr Activity Center
Every Monday & Wednesday, 1pm
Contact: Ted Ake
951-0472 
Bridge Lessons
Every Thursday
Showalter Center
4th Floor, 10 am
Contact:  Jonathan Tate
443-0407 
Alzheimer's Support Group
1st & 3rd Friday of the Month
Woodland Studio, 3 pm
Contact: Nicole Long
443-3450
Genealogy Support Group
2nd Fridays
Woodland Studio, 1 pm
Contact: Steve Leist 
443-3810
Knitting & Chatting
Every Friday
Showalter 4th floor, 10 am
Contact: Jonathan Tate 
443-0407
Resident Green Committee
3rd Tuesday of the Month
Carson Library, 10:30 am
Contact:  Lyn Day
dayweave@gmail.com 
Samba Card Game
Contact Lisa Ress for current location:  
981-1101
lress@shadowlakevillage.org
Trail Walks
2nd & 4th Tuesday each Month
Meet at Oakland Square
Walks start at 2:30pm
Contact: Janet Stegar 
jbsteger@vt.edu
552-6011
Warm Hearth Singers
Monday & Wednesday
Karr Activity Center, 4pm
Contact: Jonathan Tate
443-0407
Writers Group: Updated!
Tuesdays, 4 pm
1st Floor, Showalter Center
Contact: Joyce Akermann
961-1202
Village Quilters
3rd Monday, 2 pm
Woodland Studio, Village Center
Contact: Lynn Martain
320-7258, 

lynnmartin@warmhearthva.org
Looking for Spiritual Opportunities? Check out our campus Event and  Activities calendars at www.retire.org. 
Box Tops For Education Program
Boxes for collection are located at NT, ST, NRH, Village Center and Karr Activity Center. 
Contact: Ira Manross
770-633-2116
Free Computer Assistance 
Assistance with hardware problems, connectivity issues, printer and wireless connections.
Contact: Bill Baker
552-1727
SHOP
Store Hours: 
Karr Activity Center
Monday 9:30-11a, 2-4p
Closed Tuesday 
Wednesday-Friday 12-4  Christiansburg Location
Wednesday 12-6
Thursday-Saturday 10-4
DONATE 
Both locations of the Treasure Trove are always accepting donations.  Can't get it to the store?  No problem.  We'll come pick it up.  Contact Karen Nelson at knelson@warmhearth.org

VOLUNTEER
For information on how to become a volunteer or make a donation, contact Karen Nelson at knelson@warmhearth.org
TUESDAY, JANUARY 1st, 8th, & 15th
North Trolinger, 3rd Floor Day Room - 10 AM
New River House, 3rd Floor Day Room - 3:30 PM
COFFEE SOCIAL
Join neighbors and friends every Tuesday for refreshments and conversation in the apartment houses.  Everyone throughout the Village is invited and welcome to attend. 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd - Noon 
Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
FERNE'S BROWN BAG FORUM 
Join Ferne Moschella, President and CEO of Warm Hearth Village for the latest updates on projects and happenings from across the Village. All are invited. Reserve transportation by calling 552-2419.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd - 4:30 PM
Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
NEW YEAR'S TOAST
Celebrate the New Year from 4:30 to 7:30pm with your friends at the Village Center. Live music by the "Retreads" starting at 5:30pm.  Enjoy heavy appietizers, dancing, cash bar and a champagne toast. Cost for event is $11 per person. Transportation available Call 552-2419
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd - 7:30 PM
Karr Activity Center
NRV BIRD CLUB MEETING
All are invited to attend the NRV Bird Club open meetings. Residents of Warm Hearth do not need to be members to attend. For more information, visit www.nrvbirdclub.org.  
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3rd & 17th - 10 AM
Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
HEADLINE NEWS DISCUSSION GROUP
Discuss top stories and launch into a rich and engaging conversation with attendees.  All points of view are welcome and all opinions are respected.  Coffee is provided.  
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3rd - 6:30 PM
Karr Activity Center
ASH DEVINE CONCERT
Ash Devine is a multi-talented singer-songwriter, traditional folk musician, gerontology professional, and humanitarian clown originally from Blacksburg, VA and now based in Asheville, North Carolina. Devine's concert at Warm Hearth will include an audience participation-rich selection of classic American folk tunes, traditional Appalachian favorites, and heartfelt originals. In 2015, Ash musically directed and starred as Maybelle Carter in the play Esley: The Life and Music of Leslie Riddle in Burnsville, NC. Between 2007-2014, Devine traveled internationally to perform with the legendary humanitarian clown and health care activist Patch Adams, M.D. 
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th - 9:30 AM
Woodland Studio, Village Center 
WOMEN'S BREAKFAST CLUB
Join women from across the Village for a relaxed chat over coffee and pastries.  Open to guests and visitors.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th - 2 PM
Karr Activity Center
SING-A-LONG WITH ROBBIE VANCE
Robbie Vance will play requests of your favorite old time tunes - with a few new ones as well.  Alternates each month with old time gospel music.  All are invited. 
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th - 3 PM
Karr Activity Center
FIRST FRIDAY VILLAGE SOCIAL
We'll celebrate birthdays, your neighbors, friends and life in general.  Refreshments include cake and ice cream, wine and cheese and other seasonal favorites.  This event is open to all!  
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th & 18th - 3 PM
Woodland Studio, Village Center 
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION SUPPORT GROUP
The Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Support Group will meet the first and third Friday of the month.  This group is for anyone caring for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.  Open to residents and community members.  For more information, contact Nicole Long at 443-3450.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5th & 12th -
12:45 PM

South Trolinger, 3rd Floor Day Room 
COFFEE SOCIAL
Join neighbors and friends every Saturday for refreshments and conversation in the South Trolinger apartment building.  Everyone throughout the Village is invited and welcome to attend. 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8th & 15th - 3 PM
Village Center Fitness Center
BALLROOM DANCE CLASS
Hosted by Sapphire Ballroom Studio.  Learn the steps to the Waltz, Rumba, Tango and Swing. Singles and partners welcome. Free for residents and fitness center members.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9th - 7 PM
Karr Activity Center
DISCOURSE ON FAITH AND LIFE
Join us for a night of dialogue on current topics.  How should we engage with our culture, politics, science and society?  This will be a night of sharing observations and discussing some current trends in the arts, sciences, and society and how it engages our personal life and faith. Pastor Joe Volpi will facilitate this night of conversations. 
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10th - 7 PM 
Karr Activity Center
MOUNTAIN JAM
A collection of musicians from the Crooked Road will lead an open jam session at Karr Activity Center. This is the perfect opportunity to see the performers that made Appalachian music famous. 
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th - 1 PM 
Woodland Studio, Village Center
GENEALOGY SUPPORT GROUP
All are welcome to attend.  For more information, or to be added to the group's mailing list, contact Liz Ackerman at teashanty@me.com 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15th - 10:30 AM
Karr Activity Center
RESIDENT GREEN COMMITTEE
The goal of this group is to educate and support WHV's role in environmental health. discuss programs like recycling, informational programming and sustainable projects. 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15th & 29th - 7 PM
Karr Activity Center
BIBLICAL JOURNEYS
Join us on the First and Third Tuesday of each month in the Karr Activity Center from 7 to 8:30 for an Interactive Bible Study(Note: January days are adjusted due to the holidays).  This will be an opportunity to read, study, and share impressions with one another as to the Biblical meaning behind different books of the Bible.  Pastor Joe Volpi, our teacher, pastors Hope Chapel Blacksburg, which meets on Sundays at the Karr Activity Center at 10:30am serving the Warm Hearth Community. 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th - 1:30 PM 
Village Center Living Room
WHV BOOK CLUB
Open for all to attend.  For more information on the current book selection or if unable to join the meeting, please contact Nancy Thomas at nantom200@gmail.com or call (804)514-0057.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17th - 4 PM
Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
CLIMATE CHANGE PRESENTATION
This program will introduce the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) and will discuss the new bill, THE ENERGY INNOVATION AND CARBON DIVIDEND ACT recently introduced to the House of Representatives and to the Senate. The talk will be given by Bill Baker, resident and member, and Ingrid Mans, co-chair of the Blacksburg Chapter of CCL.
Transportation Available Call 552-2419

SAVE THE DATE!

Check out these events occuring later in the month. 
NEW RIVER VALLEY 
MODULAR RAIL ROAD DISPLAY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th - 10 AM to 4 PM
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27th - NOON to 4 PM

Tall Oaks Hall, Village Center
The New River Valley Modular Rail Road will be back on campus for its third year.  Growing even larger, this fully functional rail road train display is sure to delight children of all ages.  Free and open to the public. You are welcome to stop by on Friday, January 25th from 5 to 8pm to view the set up process. 
WELCOME BACK VOLUNTEERS! PANCAKE DINNER 
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st - 5:30 PM 
Karr Activity Center
Join the Enrichment Department as we welcome back our winter/spring semester student volunteers.  All are welcome to partake in this pancake dinner event!  We will serve fresh made pancakes, sausage, hot coffee and hot tea. Would you like to help the Enrichment team host the event?  Contact Jonathan Tate at 443-0407 or jtate@warmhearth.org. Reserve transportation by calling 552-2419.

HEAVEN DVD SERIES 

Those who want to learn more about what the Bible teaches about Heaven is invited to join a DVD series in progress.  "Heaven", by David Jeremiah, is being shown by Jeff Graf (540-449-3592) at Showalter Center on Thursdays from 2:35-3:45pm.  The remainder dates for this series: January 3rd, 10th, and 24th, February 7th and 28th.  The series is seeing shown on the first floor meeting room at Showalter Center.  All are welcome. 

Clinic Construction Update

The Clinic is VERY close to completion! The exterior landscaping is delayed due to snow and rain.  The soil will have to dry before seeding and planting can proceed.  Carilion will be seeing patients in January, but the exact date has not been announced.  As soon as we know the date, we will share it with Warm Hearth residents and staff. We are all very excited!.

SPRING 2019 LLI REGISTRATION TO BEGIN*

The LLI website has been updated to provide a preview of Spring 2019 classes, travel opportunities and special events: http://www.cpe.vt.edu/lifelonglearning/index.html. This is your chance to get a sneak peek at what will be in the spring catalog, which is being mailed January 2, 2019.  Registration for spring membership, classes and events opens January 8, 2019.
LLI membership is required for participation in classes, trips and events. If you purchased an annual membership during fall 2018, your membership is active for the spring term as well.
*Detailed flyers for classes and registration are available at the front desk of the Village Center and Karr Activity Center.

The Log Newsletter will undergo a facelift in January!  With the same format and increased legibility, these improvements will help you find the information you need when you need it. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019!

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