Fellowship Square Mesa May Activities

This is an exciting month at Fellowship Square-Mesa: lifelong learning classes, book studies and trips to local theaters plus Mother’s Day and Memorial Day celebrations.

May 4 – On this day we celebrate the National Day of Prayer with a special service lead by our own Chaplain Dan.

May 6 – Residents attend a live theatre performance titled, No Time for Sergeants, at The Hale Theater in Chandler, AZ. The play was originally produced as a book and a movie (No Time for Sergeants, 1958, starring Andy Griffin). It’s hilarious!

May 12 – Our Mother’s Day Celebration is a special time to honor all of those women in our lives who have impacted and influenced who we are today.

May 20 – Our Lifelong Learning classes begin a two-part book study on a recently published book titled, A Piece of the World.The book was written by Christina Baker Kline (who also wrote a book we studied titled The Orphan Train). A Piece of the World is about a woman who was frequently featured in paintings by Andrew Wyeth. The Lifelong Learning program also studied the life of the well-known family of artists, the Wyeth Family, and Andrew Wyeth.

May 29 – We finish the month with a series of events and classes honoring all American Veterans.

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