Eskaton Village Grass Valley and Eskaton Lodge Gold River host traveling art show featuring works created by Eskaton residents.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) September 29, 2017
Eskaton, a nonprofit serving seniors throughout Northern California, will be presenting a traveling art show on Saturday, September 30, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Eskaton Village Grass Valley, 625 Eskaton Circle, Grass Valley, CA. The event will showcase artwork created by residents from Eskaton communities around Northern California.
“We have a very popular art program at Eskaton Village Grass Valley that started five years ago,” explained Michele Ozanich, Director of Resident Services. “It is so inspiring to see what the residents can do.”
For those who cannot attend the September 30 “Sip & Stroll” Open House, or want to further support Eskaton artists, there will be another art exhibition on Saturday, October 14, at Eskaton Lodge Gold River, 11390 Coloma Road, Gold River, CA, from 1-3 p.m. Both events include refreshments, hors d’oeuvres and surprises.
No matter someone’s age, “seniors can continue to learn, encourage each other and inspire others,” concluded Ozanich.
Founded in 1968, Eskaton is now the largest nonprofit community-based organization serving seniors in the Greater Sacramento area. Our dedicated team members provide services and support for nearly 12,000 individuals annually who live in our communities or participate in our comprehensive Home Support Services. Eskaton's difference lies in our broad array of choices and affordable options to engage and support people living in their own homes, as well as those who choose to live in one of our communities. Our positive reputation extends to our signature life-enriching programs, innovative health and wellness initiatives, professional staff training and development and generous philanthropy. These, along with our nonprofit status, are Eskaton's distinguishing factors. For more information, please call (866) ESKATON, or visit http://www.eskaton.org.
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