Upcoming Events: 08.04.2017

August 4, 2017 |

The Jubilee! Book Discussion Group Returns
…Monday, August 7th at 1:30 pm

Join us for a conversation about Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment & Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words

The Jubilee! Book Discussion Group which has been on summer hiatus for the month of July is returning.  Join the group on the first Monday in August which is the 7th, at 1:30 pm in the Hospitality Room. We will begin discussion of Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment & Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words, by David Whyte. From Amazon: “With the imagery of a poet and the reflection of a philosopher, David Whyte turns his attention to 52 ordinary words, each its own particular doorway into the underlying currents of human life …CONSOLATIONS invites readers into a poetic and thoughtful consideration of words whose meaning and interpretation influence the paths we choose and the way we traverse them throughout our lives.”  Questions?  Call Claudia Sherry at 713-3720.

David Wilcox and Peter Mayer at Jubilee!
Friday August 11th, at 7 pm
Asheville’s own David Wilcox will return to Jubilee! to help celebrate another year as part of this creative and vibrant community. Wilcox, a graduate of Warren Wilson College, lived in Howard Hanger’s “Hanger Hall” back in the 1980s, when he was just starting to be noticed for his singing, guitar playing and songwriting talent. Now 18+ albums later, his career has brought him into the hearts of audiences across America. David has invited his friend, Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter Peter Mayer to open the show for him. Peter is the artist who wrote the song that we sing regularly at Jubilee! – Blue Boat Home. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show starts at 7 pm. Tickets are $20 in advance at Brown Paper Tickets (http://www.brown papertickets.com/event/ 3016082) and $22 at the door.

Jubilee! Summer Orchestra in Concert
…Sunday, August 13th at 7:30 pm
On our 28th anniversary, the Jubilee! Summer Orchestra will present its 2017 concert.  The theme of the concert is “Northern Lights” and will feature regional amateur and professional musicians in a concert of soulful music from the deep north, including numbers by Sibelius, Grieg’s colorful Peer Gynt, Bjork, Ingrid Michaelson, and guest singer Lilah Price. Tickets are by $5 donation at the door, but nobody is turned away for lack of funds. The Summer Orchestra is directed by Jubilant Eric Scheider. For more information, go to www.jubileeorchestra.net. The Orchestra is sponsored by the Jubilee! Arts Team.

August Chat ‘n Snack Set
…Sunday, August 6th, 6—8 pm at Hanger Hall
Summer is going fast! The third Chat ‘n Snack is coming this month.  Join the Community at Hanger Hall, 31 Park Avenue, N, 28801—about a mile from Jubilee! Wear your swimsuit and bring your towel if you are planning on swimming. Also, bring a potluck dish to share.  Drinks will be provided.  Chat ‘n Snacks are a great way to meet new folks and enjoy visiting with old friends.

Evening Song
…Tuesday, August  8th @ 10:30 am|
Evening Song is a service of the Jubilee! Singers who sing twice a month (the Second Tuesday at 10:30 am and the fourth Tuesday at 6 pm) at CarePartners Hospice Solace Center, located at 21 Belvedere Road off London Road. Our next “gift of song” will be on Tuesday, August 8th at 10:30 Am. Gail Ash-burn, coordinator, says, “Feel free to contact me if you have questions. My email is [email protected] com or call me at (828) 225-7665.”

 Writer’s Rescue!
Friday—Sunday, August 25—27, 2017
Unblocking Your Creativity is the title of Laurie Berry Clifford’s third small group retreat at Well Being Retreat Center in Tennessee this year. Max registration is ten. Requirement: Get ready to dive into a new understanding of birthing a creative work. Your work has its own agenda. Let it go and watch it flow!  Contact Laurie at (828) 713-2985 to get more information.

Help Improve Lives
Every five years, Buncombe County adopts a plan for improving the lives of its older adult citizens. The next Aging Plan is for 2018-2022 and will adopt the World Health Organization/AARP “Age-Friendly Communities” framework. We are currently gathering input from 50+ population to help focus and frame the plan. The survey is open through the end of August. Pick up a Survey in the Entry Area.

Did You Know?
The most current edition of the Jubilee! newsletter, which comes out every other week, is always available on our website at no charge. Go to www.jubileecommun ity.org and click on the NEWS/VISION Tab on the Home page.