Have you seen the December Millstream calendar yet?
This month is filled with all sorts of activities aimed at entertaining, educating, and engaging our residents.
The month kicked off with a trip to the Frelinghuysen Arboretum to view their Gingerbread Wonderland Display, our annual horse & carriage event featuring breakfast with Santa, and the long-running tradition of the Crane’s Mill resident chorus concert and tree lighting.
Last week, residents went out to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and stayed home (in Hinmnan Hall) for performances by Women’s Song Choral, Reeds, Rhythm & All That Brass, The Belle Tones, and Vocalist Karl Marmo.
This afternoon, residents will enjoy a holiday social, and tomorrow’s white elephant party and Karickter Duet performances should be a lot of fun.
Skip the lines at the mall and enjoy a free morning of family fun with Santa at Crane’s Mill!
Saturday, December 2 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon
Join us to meet Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, and their elves for a continental breakfast. Guests can take pictures of their kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids on Santa’s lap free of charge—and free of the lines at the mall!
Horse & buggy rides will be available around our 48-acre campus, plus there will be music, giveaways, and more!
Event is free and open to everyone. Guests are encouraged to please bring a stocking stuffer (toys, games, books, hats, gloves, scarves) for Camden’s children in need.
Our annual horse and buggy ride, fun for the whole family
A special program for those of us coping with grief
Loss is an inevitable part of life and grief is a natural part of the healing process. Dealing with loss can be one of the most difficult times in a person’s life especially around the holidays. This workshop is designed to help those living with loss.
Learn how to teach your grandchildren their roots and family history. Kesselman will also discuss how to share your own life’s lessons and wisdom with your grandchildren and teach them about self confidence, self respect, and much more.
The letters in this book follow one of three distinct themes: America 80 years ago, the author’s life and times, and ideas to assist in their personal development. The first allows his grandchildren to understand and appreciate the very different America in which he grew up. The second tells them who he was and how he came to be who he is today. The last group of letters makes them aware of productive personality traits, communication skills, and mind set that will facilitate all their endeavors throughout their lives.
It is truly a primer for life for you and your family.