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Meet Kendal Residents: Terry & Charlotte

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Published: July 17, 2020 Like many older adults, when Terry and Charlotte McGowan decided to move to a life plan community, they took a road trip. A half dozen stops later, one community stood out. “By far Kendal at Oberlin was at the top of the list,” Charlotte says. Now, more than a year after

Celebrating Pride Month and LGBTQ+ Resident Stories - Kendal at Oberlin

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Published: June 20, 2023 Pride Month at Kendal at Oberlin began in early June with the life plan community receiving a national designation for being welcoming and equitable toward LGBTQ+ residents, visitors and employees and continues throughout the month with workshops, discussions, movies

Pets Matter at Kendal at Oberlin

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Published: July 18, 2023 When new residents arrive at Kendal, they are welcomed by mentors, handbooks, tours, meet-and-greets and the like. Same goes for the furry four-legged residents, which now number around 22 dogs and 30 cats.  Yes, Kendal is a pet-friendly community, made even friendlier

Kendal at Oberlin's Program Committee

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Published: April 9, 2021 Kendal at Oberlin has a rich tradition of utilizing its main auditorium to the max. Professors and musicians from Oberlin College lectured or performed in Heiser Auditorium. Ditto for Kendal residents, many who are former professors and musicians. Community residents showed

Kendal Creates

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Published: June 7, 2023 Every two years Kendal spotlights residents who are painters, photographers, fiber artists, woodworkers, ceramicists and the like. The exhibit is called Kendal Creates and fills all three Kendal galleries until Aug. 14. This year the 57 artists include a handful of new

Kendal at Oberlin Supports Art Education

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Creating Art Kits For Area Preschool Children Kendal at Oberlin artists have been busy unleashing their creativity on designing art kits for local preschoolers. It’s a pandemic outreach program coordinated by Firelands Association for the Visual Arts in Oberlin (FAVA) and Kendal at Oberlin’s Art

Why Music Matters

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are intentional and structured, as in music therapy. Let’s explore both, which by the way, resonate throughout the Kendal community. Music therapy 101 Here’s the definition from the America Music Therapy Association: Music therapy is the clinical & evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish

Oberlin’s Rich History of Diversity

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in the education of African Americans; an abolitionist hotbed and a major stopover on the Underground Railroad; active in reform movements, including women’s rights. This nearly two-century tradition of supporting diversity continues today in the city and college, and, since 1993, at Kendal

ABCs of Collecting

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the types of things and intensity run the gamut, as illustrated by Kendal Collects, a biennial exhibit in which residents display paintings, pottery, photograph, quilts and more from their “collection.” (More on this later). First, let’s take a look at collecting, whether casual or serious. “Nostalgia