Saturday, November 14th, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving to our LLH community!

Love Living at Home has arranged to have individual Thanksgiving dinners prepared by Wegman's. Volunteers will deliver the meals to you on Wednesday, November 25 between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM.

The cost is $14 per meal.

Included will be turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, herb stuffing, cranberry relish, and pumpkin pie.  The order deadline is Wednesday, November 18 by 2:00 PM.

Wegman's does not offer vegetarian, gluten free, or kosher Thanksgiving dinner. However, if you require a vegetarian meal contact the office.

Please go Love Living at Home Website log into the website in the upper right hand corner. Go to the Calendar of Events on the upper left hand corner. Find the event on Wednesday, November 24th and click on it. From here you can register and pay. If you have any questions or problems, please call the LLH office at 607-319-0162.


Men's Walkabout
Monday, November 16th from 10:00 until 11:00 am
To get the most recent start place please contact or 607-319-0162.
Zoom Lessons by Cheryl
Monday, November 16th from 2:00 until 3:00 pm

Come and learn how to Zoom.

Learn A New Craft
Tuesday, November 17th from 2:00 until 3:00 pm

Are you interested in finding new ways to express yourself artistically without investing a lot of cash or time?
Zoom in to join LLH members Dodie Kunz, Marcia Kepecs and Betsy Hillman as they demonstrate creating fun and interesting pieces of jewelry using polymer clay. Perhaps you know this craft as Fimo clay but if you think of it as something only kids use to make ashtrays or unicorn keychains you’re missing a vast array of interesting jewelry possibilities.
Dodie, Marcia and Betsy will show you the materials you need, suggest where you can acquire them and demonstrate some simple ideas for necklaces and earrings that could make lovely holiday gifts.

Another Virtual Cooking Class
Thursday, November 19th from 2:00 until 3:00 pm

Join Stella (Cornell Dietetic Intern) and Kelly (Registered Dietitian at FoodNet Meals On Wheels) for a collaborative virtual cooking class on Zoom to make a healthy soup that can be frozen. After the class, let the LLH office know if you would like a copy of the recipe.

Happy Hour Topic:
If You Could Transform Yourself
Who Would You Wish To Be?
Thursday, November 19th from 5:00 until 6:00 pm

Come join the group, talk, or just listen with a great group of people.

Play The Game: Codenames
Monday, November 23rd from 2:00 until 3:00 pm

This fun game stretches your mind to give and get clues and swap ideas with your team.

A brief description is below. Experienced players will help you learn.

CodeNames is a word game for 2 teams with 3 to 6 people on each team. A grid of 25 words will be on the screen of your computer, iPad, or smart phone. One person serves as the leader or “spymaster.” He or she gives a one-word clue to the team to identify which word(s) might be relevant to the clue. The team discusses the choices and selects the words that fit. Each game takes about 20 minutes.

Artistic Direction in a Changing World
Tuesday, November 24th from 4:30-5:30 pm

A conversation and Q&A with the Kitchen Theatre's Interim Artistic Director David Winitsky. How does a theatre exist when it can't do theatre? What is being asked of theatre companies in our moment of social change? What might the future of the American Theatre look like?

Tuesday, December 1st from 2:00 until 3:00 pm

A presentation by Dr. John Costello, a member of LLH. Join us for an overview and a chance to ask questions about this timely subject.

Picturing the World: The Photography of Margaret Bourke-White
Friday, December 4th from 11:00 until 12:00 pm

Carol Hockett, the Outreach Coordinator/Educator at the Johnson Museum will present the photography of Margaret Bourke-White. The 1927 Cornell graduate created iconic images of the Great Depression, World War II and the Korean War. As an artist, role model and celebrity she both captured the news and made it herself. Her work is richly represented in the collections of the Johnson Museum of Art.   

Alternative Energy Choices: What are your questions?
Wednesday, December 9th from 3:00 pm until 4:00 pm

Guillermo Metz, the Energy & Climate Change Team Leader for Cornell Cooperative Extension, will speak on home energy solutions. He has led the department since 2016 and worked on green building and energy issues at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County. Since 2008, Guillermo has led projects aimed at reducing woodstove emissions, aggregation of solar customers, and educating residents on their options for reducing residential energy use and transitioning off fossil fuels.
Member Recommendations
The Future of Senior Living: Expectations, Challenges, and Innovations
November 20, 2020 at 9:30 AM ET
We invite you to join this upcoming live webcasts with Cornell faculty and industry experts. These events are free and open to all!

If you are interested in our Women Walking program please contact Cheryl at or 607-319-0162
Would you be interested in reading a play script with others? If so, please contact Cheryl at or 607-319-01662.