Looking Forward to 2021 Events
Art as a Partner in Health program has been cancelled
Unfortunately, the Bruce Museum has had to close due to a construction related issue and the “Art as a Partner in Health” program – planned in partnership with the Greens at Greenwich, on Friday, January 15th, from 1:00pm-2:30pm – has been canceled. The Greens at Greenwich and the Bruce Museum are committed to continuing to work together to create programming focused on the intersection of mental health and the arts. Our apologies and if you have any questions, please contact Maria Scaros, 203.531.5500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Greens at Greenwich and Bruce Museum Invite You To
Take Another Look: Art as a Partner in Health Part 2: Music and Movement
A Virtual Interactive Experience
Friday, January 15, 2021, 1:00 to 2:30 pm
In an unprecedented time of reflection, we will explore the universal language of music and movement in a partnership with the Bruce Museum. During this workshop participants will explore how our health and well-being may improve from taking a closer look and find an authentic expression through the arts. Presented “live” from the Bruce Museum’s special exhibition, “She Sweeps with Many Colored Brooms: Paintings and Prints by Emily Mason,” participants will explore abstract art through the lens of music and movement while experiencing a select number of pieces. The exhibition runs through March 21, 2021.
Presenters will be Dance/Movement Therapist, Beth Liebowitz, Music Therapist, Caroline Greco and introduced by Drama Therapist, Maria Scaros, all from The Greens at Greenwich.
Figure 1 – Emily Mason (American, 1932-2019). Ask the East, 1968. Oil on paper. © 2020 Emily Mason Studio / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.
Visit www.brucemuseum.org or Call 203-869-0376.
Free and open to the community. Space is limited.
We will share a Zoom link with you prior to the virtual experience.
Looking Forward to Seeing You in 2021
We missed you this year as we paused our events during the pandemic. We look forward to having you join us in 2021 when we are all able to celebrate safely.
Hoping to welcome you back for:
- Annual Art Show and Open House
- Concert on The Green
- Summer in the Garden Parties
- Partnerships with the Bruce Museum
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season. Wishing you Hope, Health and Happiness in the New Year.
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group
Virtual Support Group Zoom Meeting for families and friends caring for a loved one with Dementia. Third Monday of each month from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm.
For support or more information, contact:
Nicol Rupolo, email@example.com
Alzheimer’s Association, Connecticut Chapter, www.alz.org/ct
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In The News
‘Amazing, Isn’t It?’ Long-Sought Blood Test for Alzheimer’s in Reach July 28, 2020
Scientists say such tests could be available in a few years, speeding research for treatments and providing a diagnosis for dementia patients who want to know if they have Alzheimer’s disease. Read more
Greenwich Sentinel, May 19, 2020
The Greens at Greenwich Residents emerge as a beacon of light during this tumultuous time. Read more
Resident at The Greens is Recipient of CALA Award
Sheldon Evans, age 101 and a resident at The Greens at Greenwich, received the 2019 CALA (Connecticut Assisted Living Association) Outstanding Resident Award for exemplary service to the community. We congratulate Sheldon on being such a caring and productive member of The Greens. Read more
Greenwich Sentinel- June 13, 2019
Beth Liebowitz, Program Director, Movement/Dance Therapist at The Greens at Greenwich, was named CALA Young Leader of the Year 2018 for her exemplary leadership, vision and maturity. “In the past two years, Beth has re-invented our programming, envisioning a solid program in creative arts therapy interventions for all our residents,” said Maria Scaros, Executive Director, The Greens at Greenwich. “The Greens has become a teaching site for interns seeking a master’s degree in the creative arts therapies and social work. In addition, Beth has developed a comprehensive internship program and solid intergenerational program with four Greenwich schools. We are delighted that Beth has been recognized for this well-deserved award.”
The Connecticut Assisted Living Association’s (CALA) mission is to promote the growth of Assisted Living in the state including the development, marketing and operation of communities.
Greenwich Time – February 2019
Greenwich Time – May 14, 2018
WICC Radio: Interview with Executive Director, Maria Scaros
WGCH – Darby and Friends: Beth Liebowitz talks about Creative Arts Therapy 3/20/19
WGCH – Darby and Friends: Interview with Executive Director, Maria Scaros and Consultant Sharon Parker – 5/13/19