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holiday buffet - Bermuda Village
VESPER WORSHIP
Sundays at 5:00pm
In the Bermuda Village Chapel
Everyone is welcome!
December 2
Rev. Tom Southern
Retired Baptist Minister
December 9
Rev. Gerald Chrisco
Associate Pastor, Teaching Elder
New Hope Presbyterian Church
VillageCrier
The
T HE OFFICI A L NE WSLET TER OF BERMUDA V ILL AGE
Celebrate the holiday season with Bermuda Village!
December 16
Pastor Ray Burke
Clemmons Moravian Church
December 23
Rev. Paula Northrup
Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care & Missions
Clemmons United Methodist Church
December 30
Rev. Jay Banasiak
Associate Pastor
Clemmons Presbyterian Church
DECEMBER 2012
RESIDENT HOLIDAY PARTY
Monday, December 10
5:30pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $26.95
Join us as we come Home for the Holidays. Casual attire
is appropriate for this celebration; wear your favorite Christmas
fashions. Two guest vocalists from the UNC School of the Arts, along
with BV Residents, will lead us in several holiday choruses. Tommy
Dunn will be our pianist. Santa Claus will make an appearance with
holiday surprises during the evening. Please make
Dinner reservations with the Front Desk.
HOLIDAY BUFFET
Tuesday, December 25
11:30am-2:00pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $24.95
Our annual Christmas meal will be served in the Dining Room. Many
of your seasonal favorites will be served including the following:
Carved Ham with cranberry juniper relish
Featu red Res i den ts
2
C el ebrati o n s
2
C al en d ar
3
So ci al G atheri n gs
4
Pro gra ms
5
Art s & C ul ture
6 -7
E xc urs io n s
8
Recrea tio n & Fi tn ess
9
Me nu
10
Weekend M ov ie s
11
Vesp er Wo rs hi p
12
Sliced Tenderloin with diablo crab hollandaise
Brown sugar Smoked Salmon
topped with orange ginger marmalade
Roasted root vegetables
Haricots verts with pearl onion, cremini mushroom
and red bell pepper
Sour cream, chive and white cheddar Whipped Potatoes
Sweet Potato Mousse
Make reservations with the Front Desk.
142 Bermuda Village Drive
Bermuda Run, NC 27006
Bermuda Village Retirement Resort
Monday, December 31
6:00pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $24.95
B I R T H D A Y S
We offer a variety of opportunities to ring in the New Year
at Bermuda Village. A delicious plated dinner features:
Sliced Tenderloin and a ½ Lobster Tail
Leek shiitake basil Risotto
Asparagus
A complimentary champagne toast will be served.
Beginning at 6:30pm, enjoy terrific live music
for listening and dancing provided by the
Jud Franklin Quartet.
Please note that this is a semi-formal affair.
Jackets are required for gentlemen;
black tie is optional.
Please make Dinner reservations
with the Front Desk.
The weekend movie will also be shown on New Year’s
Eve for anyone wishing to ring in 2013 with a film.
The Hunger Games (Rated PG-13)
9:15pm In the Living Room
Arleen Horne
Connie Corbet
Betty Rogers
Beth Driscoll
Barbara Mevers
Pat Barnes
Jan Smith
John Herrmann
Dorothy Diorio
Jane Long
Phyllis Morgan
Jack Barnes
Catered Living:
Glenda Paige
Greystone Cottage:
Ann Courtenay
Pavilion:
Mary Koach
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4
4
9
13
14
22
25
27
27
28
31
10
17
8
DECEMBER
ANNIVERSARIES
Wyman & Becky Yelton
Dave & Barbara Halliday
Marv & Mary V. Dickerson
Tom & Jean Bryan
James & Gretchen
Howerton
8
17
22
23
27
WEEKEND MOVIES
Saturdays at 2:00pm and Sundays at 7:00pm unless otherwise noted
The Best Exotic
December
1&2
WEEKEND MOVIES
DECEMBER
December
8&9
December
15 & 16
December
22 & 23
Marigold Hotel
2011
Rated PG-13
The Vow
2012
Rated PG-13
Shirley Valentine
1989
Rated R
Act of Valor
2012
Rated R
To make the most of their meager retirement
savings, a group of British seniors moves to
India to live out their golden years at the
Marigold Hotel. But upon arrival, they discover
the once-lavish resort has wilted considerably.
Rachel McAdams stars in this romantic
drama about a newlywed woman who slips into
a coma after a car accident and awakens with
amnesia. Her devoted husband (Channing
Tatum) must help her recover and also win
her back.
Pauline Collins reprises a role she originated
onstage in this Academy Award-nominated
drama about Shirley Valentine, a housewife
who decides in her middle age that there's more
to life than stifling domesticity. An unplanned
trip to Greece with a friend expands her
horizons in ways she could never have
predicted, allowing her to fall in love again
beyond the bounds of marriage, find herself
and grab the reins of her future.
The mission of rescuing a kidnapped CIA
agent from a lethal terrorist cell falls to an
elite squad of Navy SEALs in this covert-action
thriller. Active duty SEALs play the lead
fighting roles in a saga based on actual events
from their service.
In a dystopian future ruled by a totalitarian
regime, resourceful Katniss and her partner,
The
Hunger
Games
December
Peeta, represent their district in the lethal
2012
Hunger Games -- a televised survival
29, 30 & 31
Rated PG-13
competition in which teenage contestants
fight each other to the death.
WEEKEND MOVIES
FEATURED RESIDENTS
NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA
DECEMBER MENU
Sunday
Dining Room!
Monday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
For holidays and
buffets, you may
not order from
the regular menu.
These events are
noted in
bold font.
DECEMBER
MENU
2
3
5
10
French Dip
Mashed Potatoes
$8.99
RESIDENT PARTY
Rack of Lamb &
Scallops
Herb & Parmesan
Polenta
Roasted Vegetable
Medley
11
Fried Catfish
Fried Green
Tomatoes
Wild Rice
Corn Fritter
$8.95
Potato Salad
$8.99
Fried Catfish
Pepper Jack
Cornbread
$15.95
Pork Piccata
Brown Rice Pilaf
$12.95
12
Chicken Taco
Salad
$8.99
Chimichurri Beef
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
17
Fried Shrimp
French Fries
Coleslaw
$8.99
Brined & Grilled
Pork Chop with
Apple Butter
Cheese Grits
Braised Collard
Greens
18
Chicken Rivera
(Sauteed breast with
sundried tomatoes)
Mushroom Cream
Sauce
Angel Hair Pasta
Roll
$8.95
Roasted Vegetables
$14.95
$17.95
23
SUNDAY
BUFFET
$14.50
Trout Almandine
Chicken Marsala
Chili con Carne
24
Pita Pizza with
Ham, Pineapple,
Onion, Cilantro
$8.99
Chicken &
Dumplings
$13.95
19
Portobello Bleu
Burger
French Fries
$8.99
Chicken Cordon
Bleu
Vegetable Casserole
Roasted Garlic
Mashed Potatoes
$17.95
$14.95
25
HOLIDAY
BUFFET
$24.95
(Menu on
front cover)
13
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Baked Ziti with
Cilantro Almond
Pesto
Corn on the Cob
Paprika & Smoked
Tomato Rice
$26.95
16
STEAK NIGHT
$19.99
Filet OR Strip
Yellow Curry
Shrimp
Sticky Rice
Snow Peas
20
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Carolina Pulled
Pork
7
Loaded Baked
Potato
8
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
(Ground Beef,
Cheese, Onion,
Chives, Bacon)
Prime Rib
$20.99
Side Salad
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
14
House Made
Chicken Nuggets
Bistro Sauce
3 Bean Salad
$8.99
Zucchini & Squash
Linguini
26
Fresh Catch
Market Price
21
Sweet & Sour
Chicken Stir Fry
White Rice
Vegetable Blend
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
27
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Shrimp Alfredo
Eggplant
Parmesan with
Italian Sausage
Marinara
28
Fried Pork
Tenderloin
Biscuit
Mashed Potatoes
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
$12.95
30
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
31
BLT with Egg
and Cheese
Home Fries
$8.99
NEW YEAR’S
EVE GALA
$24.95
For a Tuesday
evening meal
delivery from
Greystone, call
the Front Desk
at 998-6112.
Specific table
requests will be
accommodated
based upon space
and safety
considerations.
To place a
take-out order,
call the Kitchen at
998-6764.
Twice Baked OR
Sweet Potato
Red & White
Cabbage
15
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
STEAK NIGHT
$19.99
Filet OR Rib Eye
Sweet Mashed OR
Baked Potato
Roasted Leeks &
Mushrooms
Chicken
Parmesan
$13.95
MAIN
DINING ROOM
CLOSED
Green Bean Medley
Loaded Mashed OR
Sweet Potato
6
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Pot Roast
Mashed Potatoes
Sunday
Monday
Reservations are
required for all
Dinners, Sunday
and Holiday
meals.
2
5:00pm
3
4
SENIOR GOLF
Vesper Worship
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
2:00pm MOVIE
The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
Serendipity
Living Room
Baptist
7:00pm MOVIE
The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
2:30pm
Holiday Bingo
Dining Room
1:30pm
9:00am Depart SENIOR GOLF
Rutherfordton 11:15am Depart
Storehouse
Luncheon
BRCC
Knit One Sew Too
Always in 1st Floor
Redbud Parlor
1:30pm Shop
Clemmons
2:30pm
Ice Cream
Social
7
6
5
SENIOR GOLF
11:00am
Tom Southern
7:30pm Depart
Festival of
Lights
Tanglewood Park
Aquatic Center
9
5:00pm
Vesper Worship
Gerald Chrisco
Presbyterian
7:00pm MOVIE
The Vow
11
10
SENIOR GOLF
5:30pm
Resident
Holiday Party
Dining Room
11:00am Shop
Walmart &
Davie Library
Mocksville
RESIDENTEMPLOYEE
PARTIES
12
SENIOR GOLF
1:00pm
Duplicate Bridge
1:30pm
Shop Lowes
5:00pm
11:15am Depart
Organ Recital
Singles Social
6:30pm Depart
SENIOR GOLF
10:00am
Coffee Social
LifeFit Dept.
1:30pm
Shop Food Lion
Old Salem
5:30pm
7:30pm
Dessert Social
1:30pm
Knit One Sew Too
14
13
2:30pm
Cornhole
Mixer
Living Room
Kenny G &
Wind Symphony
8
1:00pm-4:30pm
Operation
North State
Packing Party
Dining Room
Evening Social
Living Room
6:45pm Depart
Moravian
Christmas
2:00pm MOVIE
The Vow
6:45pm Depart
The Night Before
Christmas Carol
Mocksville
15
1:15pm Depart
The Nutcracker
Stevens Center
2:00pm MOVIE
Shirley Valentine
Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem
16
3:45pm Depart
Sliced Strip OR
Salmon
$16.99
Lessons & Carols
Bleu Cheese Baked
Sweet OR
Mashed Potato
Vesper Worship
Prime Rib
$20.99
Wednesday
DECEMBER CALENDAR
22
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
29
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
Tuesday
1
1
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
The Lunch and Dinner menus
also incorporate updated pricing.
(Chili, onion, slaw)
$12.95
Saturday
Dining Room!
Sunday Buffet - $14.50
Lunch Special - $8.99
Thursday Buffet Luncheon - $9.99
4
Chicken Cordon
Bleu
Duchess Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Roll
$8.95
Friday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
Please note the new menu prices are effective
Saturday, December 1.
Apple Bleu
Coleslaw
Hearty Meat Sauce
SUNDAY
BUFFET
$14.50
Fried Chicken
Meat Loaf
Parmesan Crusted
Tilapia
Thursday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
Carolina Dog
Pappardelle
Bolognese
9
Wednesday
Dining Room!
Turkey Reuben
$8.99
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
Tuesday
Main Dining
Room Closed!
For themed
parties with a
plated meal, you
may preorder a
filet or ham steak.
These occasions
are noted in
italic font.
DECEmbEr CALENDAr
Centenary UMC
5:00pm
Ray Burke
Moravian
7:00pm MOVIE
18
17
SENIOR GOLF
2:30pm
Ping Pong &
Billiards Mixer
Upstairs in the
Living Room
1:30pm Shop
Hanes Mall &
Hanes Point
6:45pm Depart
Messiah
Centenary UMC
Shirley Valentine
24
23
Vesper Worship SENIOR GOLF
Paula Northrup
Methodist
7:00pm MOVIE
Act of Valor
1:30pm Shop
Thruway
5:00pm
30
Vesper Worship
SENIOR GOLF
Presbyterian
7:00pm MOVIE
Hunger Games
1:30pm
Knit One Sew Too
BIRTHDAY
NIGHT
7:30pm
Andrea
Templon
31
6:00pm
New Year’s
Eve Gala
Dining Room
25
Merry
Christmas
11:30am2:00pm
Holiday Buffet
20
10:30am
Crossword
Puzzle Party
Garden Terrace
2:30pm
Wine
Aficionados
Dining Room
5:00pm
Jay Banasiak
19
SENIOR GOLF
26
27
21
SENIOR GOLF
1:00pm
Duplicate Bridge
1:30pm
Shop Lowes
5:00pm
Evening Social
Ronnie Reeves
22
2:00pm MOVIE
Act of Valor
Living Room
28
4:00pm
SENIOR GOLF
Workshop:
10:00am
Pre-Planning
Coffee Social
Your Memorial
1:30pm
1:30pm
Estate
Knit One Sew Too
Living Room
Shop Food Lion
29
SENIOR GOLF
2:00pm MOVIE
Hunger Games
SOCIAL GATHERINGS
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
INDOOR CORNHOLE MIXER
Monday, December 3
2:30pm In the Dining Room
Wednesday, December 5
2:30pm In the Aquatic Center
Thursday, December 13
2:30pm In the LifeFit Department
The format for this special afternoon edition of BINGO will be the same as our monthly
games. We play 10 games of BINGO at the cost of $1.00 per card per game.
Please sign up at the Front Desk by noon Monday, December 3.
Remember to bring plenty of $1.00 bills to cover the cost of the games
and cards you will play.
Join LifeFit staff and committee members by the
pool for a delicious ice cream treat. These
socials are always popular in the summer
months on Magnolia Patio, so invite a friend to
join you by the pool. Everyone is welcome!
To play Cornhole, contestants take turns pitching a corn
bag (like a bean bag) onto a wooden platform.
Scoring can be swift and the lead may change hands
several times in a match before the winner is decided.
Please sign up in the Mailroom by noon
Wednesday, December 12.
PING PONG & BILLIARDS MIXER
RESIDENT AND EMPLOYEE HOLIDAY PARTIES
Tuesday, December 11
2:15pm Greystone Cottage
3:30pm Bermuda Village Main Dining Room
The Residents of Bermuda Village invite the staff to share holiday cheer and light
refreshments as a celebration of the past year’s accomplishments. Vocal and musical
entertainment is planned with Tommy Dunn as our guest performer. We will even sing a
couple of familiar holiday tunes together. Residents are encouraged to attend the party
most convenient for you as you mingle with the staff you interact with on a daily basis.
SINGLES SOCIAL
COFFEE SOCIAL
Tuesday, December 11
5:30pm 1st Floor Magnolia Parlor
Fridays at 10:00am
December 14 & 28 In the Pub
Bring an appetizer to share and mingle
with fellow single Residents. There is a
minimal fee to cover the cost of beverages.
Gather with friends around fresh-baked
treats and hot coffee. Everyone is
welcome, including your holiday guests!
FIRESIDE DESSERT SOCIAL
EVENING SOCIAL
Thursday, December 13
7:30pm In the Living Room
Fridays at 5:00pm
December 7 & 21 In the Living Room
The fire burns brightly in the fireplace
in our beautifully decorated Clubhouse. Treat
yourself to decadent desserts and coffee with
friends as you bask in the holiday ambiance.
You will also enjoy the Spanish/Flamenco
guitar performance by James Gould. His
talent has been well received at Bermuda
Village on previous engagements. Everyone
is welcome to join us after Dinner.
Place your drink order with a server in
the Living Room. Complimentary warm
appetizers will be passed. You are
encouraged to move around the room
and interact with as many Residents
as possible. On Friday December 21,
our musical guest will be Ronnie Reeves.
Don’t forget to make
reservations for Dinner.
Monday, December 17
2:30pm Upstairs in the Living Room
Invite friends to sign up with you for an afternoon of good-natured competition.
All skill levels are welcome for this mixer. To participate, please sign up
in the Mailroom by noon Sunday, December 16.
CROSSWORD PUZZLE PARTY
Thursday, December 20
10:30am On the Garden Terrace
Today is the birthday of the Crossword
Puzzle; the first was published on this date in
1913. Mark the occasion with some puzzle
fun: Brain Aerobics, Beginner to Advanced
Puzzles and Group Puzzles. Please sign up
in the Mailroom by noon Wednesday,
December 19. We encourage you to stay
for the Buffet Luncheon following this event.
LifeFit will observe the Christmas
holiday on Monday, December 24 and
Tuesday, December 25. There will be
NO EXERCISE CLASSES on either
of these days. Enjoy your holiday!
Exercise Class Schedule
Time
Monday
8:30am
Water
Aerobics
Wednesday
Cardio
Fit & Flex
10:30am
Thursday
Co-ed Water
Conditioning
Strength
Training
8:45am
9:45am
Tuesday
Pilates
Friday
Water
Aerobics
Strength
Training
Cardio
Fit & Flex
Cardio
Fit & Flex
Gentle Pool
10:45am
Sit & Fit
Sit & Fit
Sit & Fit
1:30pm
Balance
Balance
Balance
RECREATION AND FITNESS
HOLIDAY BINGO
SHOPPING IN RUTHERFORDTON
Thursday, December 6
9:00am Depart from Clubhouse
Cost: $15.00 (check payable to Bermuda Village)
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Thursday, December 6
7:30pm Depart for Tanglewood Park
Experience Tanglewood Park's rolling countryside transformed into a winter
wonderland of giant, twinkling snowflakes and whimsical scenes! In its 21st
season, the Festival of Lights route has grown to just under 4 miles and almost
one hundred displays. Tonight we will enjoy warm apple cider and
Moravian sugar cookies during our ride.
Sign up at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, December 5.
STOREHOUSE FOR JESUS
HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
Friday, December 7
11:15am Depart for BRCC
Cost: $18.00 (may be charged to BRCC bill)
This is a charity event supporting a worthy cause in our community. A Storehouse For Jesus is an
independent, non-profit Christian ministry helping those in need. The staff and volunteers seek to
make a difference in the lives of those served by providing for their spiritual, physical and health
needs. The Ladies Golf Associations and Garden Club of Bermuda Run sponsor this luncheon.
Call Connie Little at 998-1609 for reservations. Sign up for transportation at the
Front Desk by noon Thursday, December 6.
Additional donations to the Storehouse will be received at the luncheon. If you cannot attend this
event, contributions made payable to A Storehouse for Jesus may be mailed to:
Jane Hilton
150 River Hill Drive
Bermuda Run, NC 27006
Tuesday, December 4
11:00am In the Living Room
This is the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the support group for
caregivers. These sessions offer vital information and encouragement for family
members providing care to loved ones at Bermuda Village. Dr. Edward Shaw,
physician at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, facilitates the discussion.
OPERATION NORTH STATE
CHRISTMAS GIFT PACKING PARTY
Saturday, December 8
1:00pm-4:30pm In the Dining Room
Operation North State (ONS) is a non-profit organization that currently offers seven
unique military support service programs within North Carolina. Bermuda Village will
host one of several packing parties to fill Christmas Gift Boxes that will be delivered
to military personnel from North Carolina who are deployed away from home.
You may sponsor a box for $35.00 with a donation payable to
Operation North State. Bermuda Village has set a goal of $1,500 and you
may place your check in the locked box near the Front Desk.
This year, you will select a time slot during the afternoon in an effort to make the process
more efficient. You may sign up for either 1:00pm – 2:30pm OR 3:00pm – 4:30pm.
Reserve your time slot with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 7.
BIRTHDAY JAZZ WITH ANDREA TEMPLON
Wednesday, December 19
7:30pm In the Dining Room
Our entertainer for Birthday Night is a professional Jazz and R&B vocalist, backed by
a terrific group of musicians. Andrea will provide cool, cosmopolitan jazz along with some big
band and swing tunes. Make Dinner reservations with the Front Desk.
WORKSHOP: PRE- PLANNING YOUR MEMORIAL ESTATE
Thursday, December 27
4:00pm In the Living Room
Have you informed your loved ones of your final requests? Get answers to important questions that will
help you to prepare for the end of life and communicate your wishes to your family. Malysa Wyse and
Sharon L. Wise, from Westlawn Gardens of Memory, will share vital current information to help you
process your needs. Light refreshments will be served and your family members are welcome to attend
with you. There will also be a drawing for a $50 gift card.
Please sign up in the Mailroom by noon Monday, December 24.
PROGR AMS
EXCURSIONS
The New York-based design team for Doncaster develops three collections a year using the
finest fabrics, each inspired by both contemporary trends and timeless classics. During this
outing, you will have an opportunity to shop both the retail store (current season
merchandise) and the Tanner Warehouse Outlet (previous season fashions). Enjoy a lunch
break at Lavender Bistro, a delightful restaurant featuring French, American and Italian
dishes. Residents are responsible for their own lunch bills. Sign up for transportation
at the Front Desk, with your check, by noon Wednesday, December 5.
SERENDIPITY
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS CAROL
Join Charles Dickens in his study in 1843 while he pens his well-loved story. He creates and
acts out 17 characters from A Christmas Carol, giving personal, social and historical context
to the classic story. Renowned Dickens scholar Elliot Engel wrote this study and David zum
Brunnen portrays Dickens in this one-man show. Residents must purchase their own tickets
by calling 751-3000, Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-5:00pm.
Make transportation reservations with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 7.
KENNY G with the PIEDMONT
WIND SYMPHONY (PWS)
Tuesday, December 11
6:30pm Depart for Winston-Salem
(LJVM Coliseum)
Once again, PWS presents a holiday
extravaganza with a special guest artist.
This year, Kenny G, a smooth jazz
soprano saxophonist will headline the
show, conducted by Robert Simon.
Residents must purchase their own
tickets by calling 1-800-745-3000.
Make transportation reservations
with the Front Desk by noon
Monday, December 10.
Saturday, December 15
1:15pm Depart for Stevens Center
Experience a live orchestral performance of Tchaikovsky’s rich score, vivid sets and
costumes, and extraordinary choreography in this holiday ballet tradition. This staging
is directed by Ethan Stiefel, former UNCSA dance dean, with musical direction
by Charles Barker, principal conductor of American Ballet Theatre.
Residents must purchase their own tickets by calling 721-1945,
Monday through Friday, between 11:00am and 6:00pm.
Make transportation reservations
with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 14.
TANNENBERG ORGAN RECITAL
WITH TIMOTHY OLSEN
Wednesday, December 12
11:15am Depart for Old Salem
Treat yourself to a free concert at the Gray
Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor Center.
Timothy Olsen is the Kenan Professor of
Organ at the UNC School of the Arts and
Associate Professor of Organ at Salem
College in Winston-Salem, NC. He is also
the organist at First Baptist Church in
Winston-Salem.
Sign up for transportation at the
Front Desk by noon Tuesday, December 11.
SERVICE OF LESSONS & CAROLS
Sunday, December 16
3:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Make time in your holiday plans for this service of Christian worship. The story of the
fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told through
short Bible readings interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and
choir music. The program begins with a prelude of organ music. The service at
Centenary United Methodist Church is highly anticipated each year.
Make transportation reservations with the
Front Desk by noon Saturday, December 15.
A MORAVIAN CHRISTMAS
HANDEL’S MESSIAH
Friday, December 14
6:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Tuesday, December 18
6:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Piedmont Chamber Singers present a holiday concert at Calvary Moravian Church
featuring choral music from the late 18th century. Haydn’s “Little Organ Mass”
complements the program. The Moravian Music Foundation has provided
programming assistance for this program. Residents must purchase their own
tickets by calling 722-4022. Make transportation reservations with the
Front Desk by noon Thursday, December 13.
For the sixth year, the Winston-Salem Symphony will perform the Messiah, which is
widely regarded as music’s most affecting message of faith. Conducted by Maestro
Robert Moody, the program also features the Messiah Festival Chorus and acclaimed
soloists. This event is held in the beautifully decorated sanctuary of Centenary United
Methodist Church. Residents must purchase their own tickets by calling 464-0145,
Monday through Friday, between 10:00am and 4:00pm. Make transportation
reservations with the Front Desk by noon Monday, December 17.
ARTS AND CULTURE
ARTS AND CULTURE
Saturday, December 8
6:45pm Depart for Mocksville (Brock Performing Arts Center)
THE NUTCRACKER 2012
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS CAROL
Join Charles Dickens in his study in 1843 while he pens his well-loved story. He creates and
acts out 17 characters from A Christmas Carol, giving personal, social and historical context
to the classic story. Renowned Dickens scholar Elliot Engel wrote this study and David zum
Brunnen portrays Dickens in this one-man show. Residents must purchase their own tickets
by calling 751-3000, Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-5:00pm.
Make transportation reservations with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 7.
KENNY G with the PIEDMONT
WIND SYMPHONY (PWS)
Tuesday, December 11
6:30pm Depart for Winston-Salem
(LJVM Coliseum)
Once again, PWS presents a holiday
extravaganza with a special guest artist.
This year, Kenny G, a smooth jazz
soprano saxophonist will headline the
show, conducted by Robert Simon.
Residents must purchase their own
tickets by calling 1-800-745-3000.
Make transportation reservations
with the Front Desk by noon
Monday, December 10.
Saturday, December 15
1:15pm Depart for Stevens Center
Experience a live orchestral performance of Tchaikovsky’s rich score, vivid sets and
costumes, and extraordinary choreography in this holiday ballet tradition. This staging
is directed by Ethan Stiefel, former UNCSA dance dean, with musical direction
by Charles Barker, principal conductor of American Ballet Theatre.
Residents must purchase their own tickets by calling 721-1945,
Monday through Friday, between 11:00am and 6:00pm.
Make transportation reservations
with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 14.
TANNENBERG ORGAN RECITAL
WITH TIMOTHY OLSEN
Wednesday, December 12
11:15am Depart for Old Salem
Treat yourself to a free concert at the Gray
Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor Center.
Timothy Olsen is the Kenan Professor of
Organ at the UNC School of the Arts and
Associate Professor of Organ at Salem
College in Winston-Salem, NC. He is also
the organist at First Baptist Church in
Winston-Salem.
Sign up for transportation at the
Front Desk by noon Tuesday, December 11.
SERVICE OF LESSONS & CAROLS
Sunday, December 16
3:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Make time in your holiday plans for this service of Christian worship. The story of the
fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told through
short Bible readings interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and
choir music. The program begins with a prelude of organ music. The service at
Centenary United Methodist Church is highly anticipated each year.
Make transportation reservations with the
Front Desk by noon Saturday, December 15.
A MORAVIAN CHRISTMAS
HANDEL’S MESSIAH
Friday, December 14
6:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Tuesday, December 18
6:45pm Depart for Winston-Salem
Piedmont Chamber Singers present a holiday concert at Calvary Moravian Church
featuring choral music from the late 18th century. Haydn’s “Little Organ Mass”
complements the program. The Moravian Music Foundation has provided
programming assistance for this program. Residents must purchase their own
tickets by calling 722-4022. Make transportation reservations with the
Front Desk by noon Thursday, December 13.
For the sixth year, the Winston-Salem Symphony will perform the Messiah, which is
widely regarded as music’s most affecting message of faith. Conducted by Maestro
Robert Moody, the program also features the Messiah Festival Chorus and acclaimed
soloists. This event is held in the beautifully decorated sanctuary of Centenary United
Methodist Church. Residents must purchase their own tickets by calling 464-0145,
Monday through Friday, between 10:00am and 4:00pm. Make transportation
reservations with the Front Desk by noon Monday, December 17.
ARTS AND CULTURE
ARTS AND CULTURE
Saturday, December 8
6:45pm Depart for Mocksville (Brock Performing Arts Center)
THE NUTCRACKER 2012
SHOPPING IN RUTHERFORDTON
Thursday, December 6
9:00am Depart from Clubhouse
Cost: $15.00 (check payable to Bermuda Village)
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Thursday, December 6
7:30pm Depart for Tanglewood Park
Experience Tanglewood Park's rolling countryside transformed into a winter
wonderland of giant, twinkling snowflakes and whimsical scenes! In its 21st
season, the Festival of Lights route has grown to just under 4 miles and almost
one hundred displays. Tonight we will enjoy warm apple cider and
Moravian sugar cookies during our ride.
Sign up at the Front Desk by noon Wednesday, December 5.
STOREHOUSE FOR JESUS
HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
Friday, December 7
11:15am Depart for BRCC
Cost: $18.00 (may be charged to BRCC bill)
This is a charity event supporting a worthy cause in our community. A Storehouse For Jesus is an
independent, non-profit Christian ministry helping those in need. The staff and volunteers seek to
make a difference in the lives of those served by providing for their spiritual, physical and health
needs. The Ladies Golf Associations and Garden Club of Bermuda Run sponsor this luncheon.
Call Connie Little at 998-1609 for reservations. Sign up for transportation at the
Front Desk by noon Thursday, December 6.
Additional donations to the Storehouse will be received at the luncheon. If you cannot attend this
event, contributions made payable to A Storehouse for Jesus may be mailed to:
Jane Hilton
150 River Hill Drive
Bermuda Run, NC 27006
Tuesday, December 4
11:00am In the Living Room
This is the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the support group for
caregivers. These sessions offer vital information and encouragement for family
members providing care to loved ones at Bermuda Village. Dr. Edward Shaw,
physician at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, facilitates the discussion.
OPERATION NORTH STATE
CHRISTMAS GIFT PACKING PARTY
Saturday, December 8
1:00pm-4:30pm In the Dining Room
Operation North State (ONS) is a non-profit organization that currently offers seven
unique military support service programs within North Carolina. Bermuda Village will
host one of several packing parties to fill Christmas Gift Boxes that will be delivered
to military personnel from North Carolina who are deployed away from home.
You may sponsor a box for $35.00 with a donation payable to
Operation North State. Bermuda Village has set a goal of $1,500 and you
may place your check in the locked box near the Front Desk.
This year, you will select a time slot during the afternoon in an effort to make the process
more efficient. You may sign up for either 1:00pm – 2:30pm OR 3:00pm – 4:30pm.
Reserve your time slot with the Front Desk by noon Friday, December 7.
BIRTHDAY JAZZ WITH ANDREA TEMPLON
Wednesday, December 19
7:30pm In the Dining Room
Our entertainer for Birthday Night is a professional Jazz and R&B vocalist, backed by
a terrific group of musicians. Andrea will provide cool, cosmopolitan jazz along with some big
band and swing tunes. Make Dinner reservations with the Front Desk.
WORKSHOP: PRE- PLANNING YOUR MEMORIAL ESTATE
Thursday, December 27
4:00pm In the Living Room
Have you informed your loved ones of your final requests? Get answers to important questions that will
help you to prepare for the end of life and communicate your wishes to your family. Malysa Wyse and
Sharon L. Wise, from Westlawn Gardens of Memory, will share vital current information to help you
process your needs. Light refreshments will be served and your family members are welcome to attend
with you. There will also be a drawing for a $50 gift card.
Please sign up in the Mailroom by noon Monday, December 24.
PROGR AMS
EXCURSIONS
The New York-based design team for Doncaster develops three collections a year using the
finest fabrics, each inspired by both contemporary trends and timeless classics. During this
outing, you will have an opportunity to shop both the retail store (current season
merchandise) and the Tanner Warehouse Outlet (previous season fashions). Enjoy a lunch
break at Lavender Bistro, a delightful restaurant featuring French, American and Italian
dishes. Residents are responsible for their own lunch bills. Sign up for transportation
at the Front Desk, with your check, by noon Wednesday, December 5.
SERENDIPITY
SOCIAL GATHERINGS
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
INDOOR CORNHOLE MIXER
Monday, December 3
2:30pm In the Dining Room
Wednesday, December 5
2:30pm In the Aquatic Center
Thursday, December 13
2:30pm In the LifeFit Department
The format for this special afternoon edition of BINGO will be the same as our monthly
games. We play 10 games of BINGO at the cost of $1.00 per card per game.
Please sign up at the Front Desk by noon Monday, December 3.
Remember to bring plenty of $1.00 bills to cover the cost of the games
and cards you will play.
Join LifeFit staff and committee members by the
pool for a delicious ice cream treat. These
socials are always popular in the summer
months on Magnolia Patio, so invite a friend to
join you by the pool. Everyone is welcome!
To play Cornhole, contestants take turns pitching a corn
bag (like a bean bag) onto a wooden platform.
Scoring can be swift and the lead may change hands
several times in a match before the winner is decided.
Please sign up in the Mailroom by noon
Wednesday, December 12.
PING PONG & BILLIARDS MIXER
RESIDENT AND EMPLOYEE HOLIDAY PARTIES
Tuesday, December 11
2:15pm Greystone Cottage
3:30pm Bermuda Village Main Dining Room
The Residents of Bermuda Village invite the staff to share holiday cheer and light
refreshments as a celebration of the past year’s accomplishments. Vocal and musical
entertainment is planned with Tommy Dunn as our guest performer. We will even sing a
couple of familiar holiday tunes together. Residents are encouraged to attend the party
most convenient for you as you mingle with the staff you interact with on a daily basis.
SINGLES SOCIAL
COFFEE SOCIAL
Tuesday, December 11
5:30pm 1st Floor Magnolia Parlor
Fridays at 10:00am
December 14 & 28 In the Pub
Bring an appetizer to share and mingle
with fellow single Residents. There is a
minimal fee to cover the cost of beverages.
Gather with friends around fresh-baked
treats and hot coffee. Everyone is
welcome, including your holiday guests!
FIRESIDE DESSERT SOCIAL
EVENING SOCIAL
Thursday, December 13
7:30pm In the Living Room
Fridays at 5:00pm
December 7 & 21 In the Living Room
The fire burns brightly in the fireplace
in our beautifully decorated Clubhouse. Treat
yourself to decadent desserts and coffee with
friends as you bask in the holiday ambiance.
You will also enjoy the Spanish/Flamenco
guitar performance by James Gould. His
talent has been well received at Bermuda
Village on previous engagements. Everyone
is welcome to join us after Dinner.
Place your drink order with a server in
the Living Room. Complimentary warm
appetizers will be passed. You are
encouraged to move around the room
and interact with as many Residents
as possible. On Friday December 21,
our musical guest will be Ronnie Reeves.
Don’t forget to make
reservations for Dinner.
Monday, December 17
2:30pm Upstairs in the Living Room
Invite friends to sign up with you for an afternoon of good-natured competition.
All skill levels are welcome for this mixer. To participate, please sign up
in the Mailroom by noon Sunday, December 16.
CROSSWORD PUZZLE PARTY
Thursday, December 20
10:30am On the Garden Terrace
Today is the birthday of the Crossword
Puzzle; the first was published on this date in
1913. Mark the occasion with some puzzle
fun: Brain Aerobics, Beginner to Advanced
Puzzles and Group Puzzles. Please sign up
in the Mailroom by noon Wednesday,
December 19. We encourage you to stay
for the Buffet Luncheon following this event.
LifeFit will observe the Christmas
holiday on Monday, December 24 and
Tuesday, December 25. There will be
NO EXERCISE CLASSES on either
of these days. Enjoy your holiday!
Exercise Class Schedule
Time
Monday
8:30am
Water
Aerobics
Wednesday
Cardio
Fit & Flex
10:30am
Thursday
Co-ed Water
Conditioning
Strength
Training
8:45am
9:45am
Tuesday
Pilates
Friday
Water
Aerobics
Strength
Training
Cardio
Fit & Flex
Cardio
Fit & Flex
Gentle Pool
10:45am
Sit & Fit
Sit & Fit
Sit & Fit
1:30pm
Balance
Balance
Balance
RECREATION AND FITNESS
HOLIDAY BINGO
DECEMBER MENU
Sunday
Dining Room!
Monday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
For holidays and
buffets, you may
not order from
the regular menu.
These events are
noted in
bold font.
DECEMBER
MENU
2
3
5
10
French Dip
Mashed Potatoes
$8.99
RESIDENT PARTY
Rack of Lamb &
Scallops
Herb & Parmesan
Polenta
Roasted Vegetable
Medley
11
Fried Catfish
Fried Green
Tomatoes
Wild Rice
Corn Fritter
$8.95
Potato Salad
$8.99
Fried Catfish
Pepper Jack
Cornbread
$15.95
Pork Piccata
Brown Rice Pilaf
$12.95
12
Chicken Taco
Salad
$8.99
Chimichurri Beef
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
17
Fried Shrimp
French Fries
Coleslaw
$8.99
Brined & Grilled
Pork Chop with
Apple Butter
Cheese Grits
Braised Collard
Greens
18
Chicken Rivera
(Sauteed breast with
sundried tomatoes)
Mushroom Cream
Sauce
Angel Hair Pasta
Roll
$8.95
Roasted Vegetables
$14.95
$17.95
23
SUNDAY
BUFFET
$14.50
Trout Almandine
Chicken Marsala
Chili con Carne
24
Pita Pizza with
Ham, Pineapple,
Onion, Cilantro
$8.99
Chicken &
Dumplings
$13.95
19
Portobello Bleu
Burger
French Fries
$8.99
Chicken Cordon
Bleu
Vegetable Casserole
Roasted Garlic
Mashed Potatoes
$17.95
$14.95
25
HOLIDAY
BUFFET
$24.95
(Menu on
front cover)
13
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Baked Ziti with
Cilantro Almond
Pesto
Corn on the Cob
Paprika & Smoked
Tomato Rice
$26.95
16
STEAK NIGHT
$19.99
Filet OR Strip
Yellow Curry
Shrimp
Sticky Rice
Snow Peas
20
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Carolina Pulled
Pork
7
Loaded Baked
Potato
8
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
(Ground Beef,
Cheese, Onion,
Chives, Bacon)
Prime Rib
$20.99
Side Salad
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
14
House Made
Chicken Nuggets
Bistro Sauce
3 Bean Salad
$8.99
Zucchini & Squash
Linguini
26
Fresh Catch
Market Price
21
Sweet & Sour
Chicken Stir Fry
White Rice
Vegetable Blend
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
27
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Shrimp Alfredo
Eggplant
Parmesan with
Italian Sausage
Marinara
28
Fried Pork
Tenderloin
Biscuit
Mashed Potatoes
$8.99
Fresh Catch
Market Price
$12.95
30
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
31
BLT with Egg
and Cheese
Home Fries
$8.99
NEW YEAR’S
EVE GALA
$24.95
For a Tuesday
evening meal
delivery from
Greystone, call
the Front Desk
at 998-6112.
Specific table
requests will be
accommodated
based upon space
and safety
considerations.
To place a
take-out order,
call the Kitchen at
998-6764.
Twice Baked OR
Sweet Potato
Red & White
Cabbage
15
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
STEAK NIGHT
$19.99
Filet OR Rib Eye
Sweet Mashed OR
Baked Potato
Roasted Leeks &
Mushrooms
Chicken
Parmesan
$13.95
MAIN
DINING ROOM
CLOSED
Green Bean Medley
Loaded Mashed OR
Sweet Potato
6
BUFFET
LUNCHEON
$9.99
Pot Roast
Mashed Potatoes
Sunday
Monday
Reservations are
required for all
Dinners, Sunday
and Holiday
meals.
2
5:00pm
3
4
SENIOR GOLF
Vesper Worship
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
2:00pm MOVIE
The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
Serendipity
Living Room
Baptist
7:00pm MOVIE
The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
2:30pm
Holiday Bingo
Dining Room
1:30pm
9:00am Depart SENIOR GOLF
Rutherfordton 11:15am Depart
Storehouse
Luncheon
BRCC
Knit One Sew Too
Always in 1st Floor
Redbud Parlor
1:30pm Shop
Clemmons
2:30pm
Ice Cream
Social
7
6
5
SENIOR GOLF
11:00am
Tom Southern
7:30pm Depart
Festival of
Lights
Tanglewood Park
Aquatic Center
9
5:00pm
Vesper Worship
Gerald Chrisco
Presbyterian
7:00pm MOVIE
The Vow
11
10
SENIOR GOLF
5:30pm
Resident
Holiday Party
Dining Room
11:00am Shop
Walmart &
Davie Library
Mocksville
RESIDENTEMPLOYEE
PARTIES
12
SENIOR GOLF
1:00pm
Duplicate Bridge
1:30pm
Shop Lowes
5:00pm
11:15am Depart
Organ Recital
Singles Social
6:30pm Depart
SENIOR GOLF
10:00am
Coffee Social
LifeFit Dept.
1:30pm
Shop Food Lion
Old Salem
5:30pm
7:30pm
Dessert Social
1:30pm
Knit One Sew Too
14
13
2:30pm
Cornhole
Mixer
Living Room
Kenny G &
Wind Symphony
8
1:00pm-4:30pm
Operation
North State
Packing Party
Dining Room
Evening Social
Living Room
6:45pm Depart
Moravian
Christmas
2:00pm MOVIE
The Vow
6:45pm Depart
The Night Before
Christmas Carol
Mocksville
15
1:15pm Depart
The Nutcracker
Stevens Center
2:00pm MOVIE
Shirley Valentine
Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem
16
3:45pm Depart
Sliced Strip OR
Salmon
$16.99
Lessons & Carols
Bleu Cheese Baked
Sweet OR
Mashed Potato
Vesper Worship
Prime Rib
$20.99
Wednesday
DECEMBER CALENDAR
22
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
29
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
Tuesday
1
1
Sandwich & Soup
$8.99
The Lunch and Dinner menus
also incorporate updated pricing.
(Chili, onion, slaw)
$12.95
Saturday
Dining Room!
Sunday Buffet - $14.50
Lunch Special - $8.99
Thursday Buffet Luncheon - $9.99
4
Chicken Cordon
Bleu
Duchess Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Roll
$8.95
Friday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
Please note the new menu prices are effective
Saturday, December 1.
Apple Bleu
Coleslaw
Hearty Meat Sauce
SUNDAY
BUFFET
$14.50
Fried Chicken
Meat Loaf
Parmesan Crusted
Tilapia
Thursday
Dining Room,
Atrium!
Carolina Dog
Pappardelle
Bolognese
9
Wednesday
Dining Room!
Turkey Reuben
$8.99
A LA CARTE
BRUNCH
Tuesday
Main Dining
Room Closed!
For themed
parties with a
plated meal, you
may preorder a
filet or ham steak.
These occasions
are noted in
italic font.
DECEmbEr CALENDAr
Centenary UMC
5:00pm
Ray Burke
Moravian
7:00pm MOVIE
18
17
SENIOR GOLF
2:30pm
Ping Pong &
Billiards Mixer
Upstairs in the
Living Room
1:30pm Shop
Hanes Mall &
Hanes Point
6:45pm Depart
Messiah
Centenary UMC
Shirley Valentine
24
23
Vesper Worship SENIOR GOLF
Paula Northrup
Methodist
7:00pm MOVIE
Act of Valor
1:30pm Shop
Thruway
5:00pm
30
Vesper Worship
SENIOR GOLF
Presbyterian
7:00pm MOVIE
Hunger Games
1:30pm
Knit One Sew Too
BIRTHDAY
NIGHT
7:30pm
Andrea
Templon
31
6:00pm
New Year’s
Eve Gala
Dining Room
25
Merry
Christmas
11:30am2:00pm
Holiday Buffet
20
10:30am
Crossword
Puzzle Party
Garden Terrace
2:30pm
Wine
Aficionados
Dining Room
5:00pm
Jay Banasiak
19
SENIOR GOLF
26
27
21
SENIOR GOLF
1:00pm
Duplicate Bridge
1:30pm
Shop Lowes
5:00pm
Evening Social
Ronnie Reeves
22
2:00pm MOVIE
Act of Valor
Living Room
28
4:00pm
SENIOR GOLF
Workshop:
10:00am
Pre-Planning
Coffee Social
Your Memorial
1:30pm
1:30pm
Estate
Knit One Sew Too
Living Room
Shop Food Lion
29
SENIOR GOLF
2:00pm MOVIE
Hunger Games
Monday, December 31
6:00pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $24.95
B I R T H D A Y S
We offer a variety of opportunities to ring in the New Year
at Bermuda Village. A delicious plated dinner features:
Sliced Tenderloin and a ½ Lobster Tail
Leek shiitake basil Risotto
Asparagus
A complimentary champagne toast will be served.
Beginning at 6:30pm, enjoy terrific live music
for listening and dancing provided by the
Jud Franklin Quartet.
Please note that this is a semi-formal affair.
Jackets are required for gentlemen;
black tie is optional.
Please make Dinner reservations
with the Front Desk.
The weekend movie will also be shown on New Year’s
Eve for anyone wishing to ring in 2013 with a film.
The Hunger Games (Rated PG-13)
9:15pm In the Living Room
Arleen Horne
Connie Corbet
Betty Rogers
Beth Driscoll
Barbara Mevers
Pat Barnes
Jan Smith
John Herrmann
Dorothy Diorio
Jane Long
Phyllis Morgan
Jack Barnes
Catered Living:
Glenda Paige
Greystone Cottage:
Ann Courtenay
Pavilion:
Mary Koach
1
4
4
9
13
14
22
25
27
27
28
31
10
17
8
DECEMBER
ANNIVERSARIES
Wyman & Becky Yelton
Dave & Barbara Halliday
Marv & Mary V. Dickerson
Tom & Jean Bryan
James & Gretchen
Howerton
8
17
22
23
27
WEEKEND MOVIES
Saturdays at 2:00pm and Sundays at 7:00pm unless otherwise noted
The Best Exotic
December
1&2
WEEKEND MOVIES
DECEMBER
December
8&9
December
15 & 16
December
22 & 23
Marigold Hotel
2011
Rated PG-13
The Vow
2012
Rated PG-13
Shirley Valentine
1989
Rated R
Act of Valor
2012
Rated R
To make the most of their meager retirement
savings, a group of British seniors moves to
India to live out their golden years at the
Marigold Hotel. But upon arrival, they discover
the once-lavish resort has wilted considerably.
Rachel McAdams stars in this romantic
drama about a newlywed woman who slips into
a coma after a car accident and awakens with
amnesia. Her devoted husband (Channing
Tatum) must help her recover and also win
her back.
Pauline Collins reprises a role she originated
onstage in this Academy Award-nominated
drama about Shirley Valentine, a housewife
who decides in her middle age that there's more
to life than stifling domesticity. An unplanned
trip to Greece with a friend expands her
horizons in ways she could never have
predicted, allowing her to fall in love again
beyond the bounds of marriage, find herself
and grab the reins of her future.
The mission of rescuing a kidnapped CIA
agent from a lethal terrorist cell falls to an
elite squad of Navy SEALs in this covert-action
thriller. Active duty SEALs play the lead
fighting roles in a saga based on actual events
from their service.
In a dystopian future ruled by a totalitarian
regime, resourceful Katniss and her partner,
The
Hunger
Games
December
Peeta, represent their district in the lethal
2012
Hunger Games -- a televised survival
29, 30 & 31
Rated PG-13
competition in which teenage contestants
fight each other to the death.
WEEKEND MOVIES
FEATURED RESIDENTS
NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA
VESPER WORSHIP
Sundays at 5:00pm
In the Bermuda Village Chapel
Everyone is welcome!
December 2
Rev. Tom Southern
Retired Baptist Minister
December 9
Rev. Gerald Chrisco
Associate Pastor, Teaching Elder
New Hope Presbyterian Church
VillageCrier
The
T HE OFFICI A L NE WSLET TER OF BERMUDA V ILL AGE
Celebrate the holiday season with Bermuda Village!
December 16
Pastor Ray Burke
Clemmons Moravian Church
December 23
Rev. Paula Northrup
Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care & Missions
Clemmons United Methodist Church
December 30
Rev. Jay Banasiak
Associate Pastor
Clemmons Presbyterian Church
DECEMBER 2012
RESIDENT HOLIDAY PARTY
Monday, December 10
5:30pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $26.95
Join us as we come Home for the Holidays. Casual attire
is appropriate for this celebration; wear your favorite Christmas
fashions. Two guest vocalists from the UNC School of the Arts, along
with BV Residents, will lead us in several holiday choruses. Tommy
Dunn will be our pianist. Santa Claus will make an appearance with
holiday surprises during the evening. Please make
Dinner reservations with the Front Desk.
HOLIDAY BUFFET
Tuesday, December 25
11:30am-2:00pm In the Dining Room
Cost: $24.95
Our annual Christmas meal will be served in the Dining Room. Many
of your seasonal favorites will be served including the following:
Carved Ham with cranberry juniper relish
Featu red Res i den ts
2
C el ebrati o n s
2
C al en d ar
3
So ci al G atheri n gs
4
Pro gra ms
5
Art s & C ul ture
6 -7
E xc urs io n s
8
Recrea tio n & Fi tn ess
9
Me nu
10
Weekend M ov ie s
11
Vesp er Wo rs hi p
12
Sliced Tenderloin with diablo crab hollandaise
Brown sugar Smoked Salmon
topped with orange ginger marmalade
Roasted root vegetables
Haricots verts with pearl onion, cremini mushroom
and red bell pepper
Sour cream, chive and white cheddar Whipped Potatoes
Sweet Potato Mousse
Make reservations with the Front Desk.
142 Bermuda Village Drive
Bermuda Run, NC 27006
Bermuda Village Retirement Resort