Artist Stephen Tomasko Brings the Fair to Kendal

Aug 30, 2018

Currently on exhibit in the Friends Gallery at Kendal at Oberlin is the work of artist, Stephen Tomasko.  For more than thirty years, Stephen has made drawings, paintings, and uncompromising straight photographs of the American life and landscape. The exhibit titled, “Fairgrounds”, captures a vivid, intimate look at the, ever popular Midwest fair.

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Kendal Early Learning Center’s Tea for Two and More

May 16, 2018

The children who attend the Kendal Early Learning Center (KELC), were able to celebrate their mothers, grandmothers and/ or grand-friends at a special tea party held the day after Mother’s Day. Bright colored tablecloths, vases of flowers, teapots and plates of cookies awaited the children and their guests.  Teachers greeted the guests, as the Langston […]

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Kendal Physicians Honored for Excellence in Care

Apr 17, 2018

Kendal Silver Anniversary Award for 2018 As a founding medical partner, Georgia Newman has brought a passion for excellence in geriatric care and medical innovation to Kendal at Oberlin. Georgia has served as an attending physician from the day Kendal opened their doors in 1993. In all of these 25 years serving Kendal residents, she […]

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Arbor Day Lecture at Kendal at Oberlin

Apr 16, 2018

The John Bartram Arboretum at Kendal at Oberlin and the City of Oberlin will celebrate Arbor Day on Thursday, May 3, 2018.  It’s a day of education, celebration and an interpretive walk in the Plum Creek Greenway in Oberlin.

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An Artist’s Legacy: David C. Jansheski

Apr 11, 2018

Currently on exhibit in the Friends and Community Galleries at Kendal at Oberlin are the works of the late artist David C. Jansheski. A reception is held at Kendal on April 20th at 2:30 PM. and close friends of the artist, Thom and Ann Palmer, will speak. The show, titled “Visions of the Cosmos,” runs […]

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Landscapes in Oil by Mark Common

Apr 02, 2018

Currently on exhibit in the Kendal Gallery are the works of artist Mark Common.  His large stunningly beautiful oil landscapes are clearly a nod to the aesthetics of nature. Mark Common states, “For me, oil paints smell like art.”

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A Record Year for Kendal at Oberlin Volunteers!

Mar 09, 2018

What makes a difference these days?  The time and energy that Kendal at Oberlin residents and staff provide as volunteers makes a significant difference. Nearly 25 years ago, soon after Kendal opened its doors, founding residents initiated a “Volunteer Clearing House”.  The purpose was to match people’s interests and/or expertise, with needs at Kendal and […]

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Arboretum Uses ArbNet Grant to Advance Best Practices in Tree Care

Feb 02, 2018

The John Bartram Arboretum at Kendal at Oberlin, located on the 100+ acre campus of Kendal at Oberlin, a life plan retirement community in northeast Ohio, has used a recent grant from ArbNet, the global community of tree-focused institutions, to address a vexing problem with ailing trees.

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Print Artists Exhibit in Kendal Gallery

Jan 30, 2018

An exhibit, “Interpreting Nature – Recent Prints by Lisa Schonberg and Paula Zinsmeister”, opens in the Kendal Gallery on January 30th and runs through March 26th. Lisa Schonberg Lisa Schonberg explores image-making by combining various printmaking processes, such as relief, intaglio, monoprinting and screenprinting, to create one-of-a-kind prints or variable editions.  Her prints evoke a […]

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Generations United Recertifies Kendal as a Program of Distinction

Nov 07, 2017

Generations United recently renewed Kendal at Oberlin’s intergenerational programming for another three years as a Program of Distinction. 

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