How to Read a Dirty Rotten Scoundrel
Handwriting expert Michelle Dresbold draws on her extensive experience helping law enforcement agencies around the country on cases involving kidnapping, arson, forgery, murder, embezzlement, and stalking to take us inside the mysterious world of crossed T’s and dotted I’s. Dresbold will explain how a single sentence can provide insight into a person’s background, psychology, and
behavior. She’ll show you how to identify the signs of a dirty rotten scoundrel and introduce you to some of the most dangerous traits in handwriting.
Wednesday, August 21
The International Button Box Club was formed in 1992 and has grown in popularity as an entertainment medium. In the past 20 plus years they have performed at numerous venues such as the annual Canonsburg 4th of July Parade, Washington County Fair, Pittsburgh’s St. Pat’s Parade, State Capitol, Harrisburg, New York’s Catskill Mt. Resorts, Annual Steam Show, Pepsi Roadhouse, and many more. Their repertoire of ethnic music is complemented with a variety of soft rock, ballads, and country music.
Wednesday, August 7
Ireland’s Happy Man!
Cahal Dunne possesses a certain magical quality that comes from deep within a great entertainer and washes over his audiences. His vocal style is rich and deep as he takes you on a musical journey to his homeland. With and easy rapport and a great sense of humor, Cahal is truly an entertainer extraordinaire.
Tuesday, July 23
We’ve combined a delicious, four-course luncheon with four different conversations about resident life. With each unique part of the meal (appetizer, soup or salad, entree, dessert), you will meet a new resident host who will guide you through a conversation full of fresh information on campus life at Sherwood Oaks. We have limited space, so please call today to make your reservation. 1 (800) 642-2217
Tuesday, July 9
Presented by Vince Mariotti
Join us to learn about Roberto Clemente, the Hall of Fame Major League Baseball player affectionately knows to his fans as “The Great One.” Vince will discuss the Museum’s collections as well as provide insight into Clemente’s life on and off the field.
Tuesday, June 18
You’re invited to attend our Open House to learn about retirement living at Sherwood Oaks. Join us for light refreshments followed by tours of the Community Center and patio homes. Come and see what Sherwood Oaks has to offer! Please call to make your reservation, 1-(800)-642-2217.
Tuesday, June 4
Vocalist John Sarkis of the renowned group The Skyliners will be preforming a variety of the greatest hits from the ’50s through today. Who knows? Maybe even a hit or two from The Skyliners as well. This is one concert that you don’t want to miss.
Tuesday, May 21,
Sherwood Oaks Retirement Community is sponsoring a free seminar and brunch to help guide you through the moving process. Professionals from local moving companies, realtors, and organizers will be available so you can learn how a move can be customized to meet your needs and receive a 20% rebate from the commission on the sale of your home. Seating is limited, so please call 1-800-642-2217 to register.
Tuesday, May 7
All retirement communities are not created equal
Get the facts from Sherwood Oaks Executive Director and CFO Annette McPeek, who will explain what Lifecare is and how it’s the defining difference between Sherwood Oaks and other retirement options. Enjoy a taste of our vibrant lifestyle and delicious cuisine. A complimentary lunch will be served.
To RSVP, call 1 (800) 642-2217.
Tuesday, April 23
Sharpen your driving skills with the AARP Smart Driver Course! You will learn:
- Defensive driving techniques
- Proven safety strategies
- New traffic laws and rules of the road
Plus, there are no tests to pass. You simply sign up and learn. Upon completion, you may be eligible to receive a multi-year discount on your car insurance.
$15 AARP Members
Thursday and Friday
April 11 & 12, 1-5 p.m.