It is time once again to enjoy the winter holidays here at The Watermark 3030 Park. As a large “family,” we honor each other’s paths to spirituality and inner light all year long. In December, we especially celebrate cherished traditions that include feasts and beautiful, gorgeously lit decorations, candle lightings, singing, and wonderful performances that enhance our lives. We are blessed as a community to model peace, harmony, love, and caring to those who join us for these experiences. Hanukkah began on Sunday evening, December 2nd; menorah lighting took place in the interfaith chapel every evening for 8 nights. Resident Bobby Russell lit the menorah and performed. Christmas and holiday themes will also be celebrated all month with a variety of amazing performances including the Survivor Swing Band, Jim Royle and the Silver Steel Band, Jack Lynn impersonating Dean Martin, Gary Kahn (vocalist), Tony Procaccini and Maria Tiscia (piano and vocal duo), Amadi and Debbie Azikiwe (violin and pianist duo), and of course, our own Resident Chorus performing for all. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa (and Ramadan, celebrated in early May) represent our quest for peace and spiritual enlightenment. May all of us at The Watermark 3030 Park share in the warmth of the shared Light of the season!
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