Parkside Village Senior Living Community

Creating your own work is one thing, sharing your work with others is another. These artists have incredibly unique experiences and wisdom. Their willingness to express themselves and share their work is inspiring. “The Joy of Spring” is named in honor of a fellow Parkside Village Artist, Joye Tilton (1923-2014) who, for the last decade of her life painted passionately, …

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The Artists of Parkside Village create new art for The Joy of Spring” annual exhibit at the gallery. The opening is Friday, April 26th, 6:00-9:00pm during Uptown Westerville’s 4th Friday …

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Every resident of Parkside Village has the opportunity to explore, develop and express themselves the Parkside Art Studio. In it’s 7th year and under the direction of Parkside’s Life Enrichment …

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Massillon & Cherish perform their annual Christmas Program for the Parkside Village residents. In 2010, Joye Tilton and her daughter Claudia Cook invited them to perform in their Christmas Program at The Sterling …

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For the 6th year, the Artists from Westerville’s Parkside Village Senior Living Community display their new work!  The exhibit opens September 28th, 4th Friday@6:00pm.  Stop by and see the Artists …

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Artists express themselves and create their unique work in the art studio at Parkside Village Senior Living Community.  The weekly program, ongoing since 2013, is under the direction of Katherine …

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– One more week to see the annual Joy of Spring Exhibit!  Studio Artists and Parkside Village artists’ work is featured in this exhibit celebrating Spring! Gallery hours

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Inspired by Joye Tilton’s love for Spring, the 3rd Annual “The Joy of Spring” opens April 27 featuring the works of the Studio Artists as well as the Parkside Village …

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Troupe 513 performed selected scenes from “The Pajama Game” for the residents at Parkside Village.   Awarded the 1955 Tony for Best Musical, Pajama Game was later a feature film …

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A special screening at Parkside Village of “Loving Vincent”, the world’s first fully painted feature film, was followed by a spirited discussion of the film and life of Vincent Van …

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