Fall Fun!

Our Cultural and Educational Series celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Sara Belle November Theater.

A doggie thrill show, Mutts Gone Nuts, is among the fun, interesting and engaging theatrical offerings this fall. High-flying Frisbee dogs, dancing dogs and magic dogs will entertain residents and friends in the Sara Belle November Theater. Westminster Canterbury Richmond is committed to presenting a wide variety of lectures, performances, pastoral care events and activities, which are designed to engage our audiences regardless of their financial or health status.

“We are so pleased to offer our Fall Cultural and Educational Series which marks the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Sara Belle November Theater,” says Gayle Haglund, Director Resource Development. “The Theater was made possible with a generous gift from Neil November to honor his wife, Sara Belle. It is a beautiful setting filled with a decade of wonderful memories. We plan to continue and expand the tradition of innovative programing for many decades to come.”

The Richmond Ballet, Richmond Symphony, Virginia Opera and Virginia Repertory Theater kick off the season followed by the Cashore Marionettes, The Susan Greenbaum Band, Desirée Roots, The Broadway Tenors, The King’s Singers and other prominent headliners. In addition to an array of live musical and theatrical performances, the 2016 offerings also include the WCR Forum Lecture Series, Interfaith Series, Special Pastoral Events, Chaplain’s Lecture Series, Movies with a Message, Cultural Film Series, and special excursions from an overnight stay at the Greenbrier to the Christmas Tacky Lights Tour.

The importance of both a healthy mind and body, and the connection to a balanced spiritual life are among the qualities that make us a leader in senior living. The many programs planned reflect this commitment and underscore our values and mission.

You can be part of the 10th Anniversary and ensure high-quality performances for all the seasons to come with your charitable gift to the Westminster Canterbury Foundation. All performances are paid for by generous donations. If you would like to learn more about the Westminster Canterbury Richmond Cultural and Educational Series and how you can help support this initiative, please contact Anita Adkins at 804.264.6202 or aadkins@wcrichmond.org.

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