Pianist/Singer/Narrator Fred Miller presents his musical & anecdotal overview of the great American songwriter ́s life & career.
On Tuesday, January 15, residents will be treated to a wonderful musical lecture presented by Fred Miller. In this special presentation, Mr. Miller will focus on the life’s work of Jerome Kern.
A member of the Songwriting Hall of Fame, Jerome Kern composed over 700 songs, including “Ol’ Man River,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” and “A Fine Romance.” Enjoy this preview of the performance below:
This is just one of 200 unique programs each month at Crane’s Mill. Interested in learning more about the community? Click here to get in touch–we look forward to hearing from you!
Looking to stay fit this season? Try dancing! It’s a fantastic approach to keeping active during our snowy, bitter-cold northern New Jersey winters.
Sometimes you just feel like dancing! Crane’s Mill residents keep active with professional dance class plus multiple live musical performances each week in Hinman Hall, the community’s main theater. It’s a great way to keep yourself active and limber the whole year round.
What’s more, live entertainment, dance class, and so many other programs are always a short, indoor walk from every Crane’s Mill apartment. With so much going on, maybe it’s time you asked to “cut in” and waltz over to Crane’s Mill for a personal tour? Schedule yours today by clicking here or call 973-276-6700.
Meet Nicole Smith, our director of community programming, responsible for Crane’s Mill’s robust monthly activities calendar!
Detective Mazzeo performed holiday favorites and provided info on keeping seniors safe from scams.
Over 100 residents at Crane’s Mill Retirement Community in West Caldwell were treated to a festive holiday concert when Detective Paul Mazzeo of the West Caldwell Police Department shared his musical talents the evening of December 17. Combining traditional Christmas carols with stories and dialogue, residents were not only entertained but also educated about senior scams that target the elderly during the holiday season. Detective Mazzeo (second from left) was joined by his brothers in blue, including (left to right): Officer Michael High, Officer Brett Keeps, and Officer Justin Eavey.