News from Chef Jim’s Kitchen
October has arrived, and this month we’re celebrating Oktoberfest. Please check the calendar for the upcoming Oktoberfest theme meal, featuring a DevonHouse twist on traditional favorites.
It’s officially autumn and the new fall and winter menu is in full swing. The fall and winter menu features hearty, healthful comfort foods to help you warm up during the cooler months.
Thanks to everyone for coming out to the patio picnics all summer. The picnics have ended for the year, and will return next Memorial Day. In the meantime, we’re looking ahead to fall favorites and all the fun and great food of the holiday season!
-Jim Nimas, Food and Beverage Manager
News from Activities
Our summer concert series has come to a close, but that doesn’t stop the music! After a beautiful summer of sunset concerts, we’ve moved the party indoors. Join us for music, Tuesdays at 2:00 pm.
Friday spirit days continue:
10/1 – Breast Cancer Awareness
10/8 – Flannel Day
10/15 – Nifty 50’s Day
10/22 – Rainbow Day
10/29 – Halloween Dress-Up
Speaking of Halloween, our open-air photo booth is back for our Halloween party on October 29th. Dress up or use one of the fun props provided by Video Theater! The pictures are developed right away so you can take the fun memories with you.
Feeling creative? Get painting with Judy! She is a talented painter who will teach you step-by-step how to complete your own piece of art. Space is limited so please sign up ahead of time.
-Melissa Bartynski, Director of Activities
P.S. You can see more about the activities our residents enjoy on our facebook page. Schedule highlights for the month are here.
Did you know that DevonHouse hosts in-person groups for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s?
The Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter offers support groups for caregivers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Groups are hosted by DevonHouse Senior Living and Laura Crossan, DevonHouse Director of Sales and Marketing and Certified Dementia Practitioner. Meetings are on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 10:30 am at the Emmaus Public Library.
Support groups offer a safe place for caregivers, family, and friends of people with dementia to find support, exchange information, talk through challenges, and learn about community resources. For more information and to register, please contact Laura Crossan at 610-967-1100, or register online here.