Holly Hall Retirement Community will be hosting the 2017 Annual Spring Bazaar, April 6 and 7, 2017. This is a traditional event that has been held for over 40 years. It is free admission, however all proceeds from donations go towards the Resident’s Life Enrichment Activity Fund, which serves to purchase items identified by residents to improve everyday activities or to fund a special trip for residents to enjoy.
Thursday, December 8, 2016, will mark Holly Hall’s 64th Annual Silver Tea. This year’s time-honored event will be held at the home of Sue Nan and Rod Cutsinger at 2109 River Oaks Boulevard. A Silver Tea is traditionally a time when friends gather in a beautiful home to support a cause to which they share devotion, enjoy the company of others and partake of a deliciously elegant tea. Holly Hall’s Silver Tea is a longstanding holiday tradition and is the organization’s largest fundraiser of the year. Contributions to the Silver Tea are used to defray the costs for those residents who, over time, can no longer afford the full amount of their care.
For more information on the Silver Tea, please call Susan Thraen, Assistant Director of Development, at 281-936-2850.
On the First Sunday of every month, Holly Hall proudly hosts a Sunday Brunch for the community and guests. The buffet-style brunch has many options for everyone to savor: boiled shrimp, salmon, a fresh meat carving station, salads, a fruit display, assorted breads, a wide array of desserts including sugar- and gluten-free options and much more. Additionally, a harpist plays beautiful background music to enhance the dining experience.
Served in the Fondren Dining Room, there are two brunch seatings at 11:00 am and 12:30 pm, and the cost is $15 per person. To make a reservation, please call Earnestine Bell at 713-799-9031 ext. 245.
Holly Hall’s 66th season of the Book Review series will begin on September 27, 2016. Each series consists of four wonderful and entertaining reviews in September, October, January and March. Each review is presented by a professional book reviewer and covers a best-selling work of history, biography, or fiction. There is no need to read the book prior to the event!
Tickets start at $12 and proceeds help cover the cost of care of residents in need. All reviews are held at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and begin at 10:30 am. Tickets are always available for purchase at the door. Click here to download the 2016-2017 schedule and season ticket order form.
Games People Play
Join us for a fun filled day of friendship and games! You can join in games such as Bridge, Mah Jongg, Skip Bo, Scrabble, Dominoes, Rummikub, Onze or any game of your choosing. The fourth annual Games People Play event will be held in 2017 at Holly Hall Retirement Community. Tickets are $20 per person, which includes a delicious lunch. You can put together a group or come on your own. Activities include a raffle and a silent auction.
Proceeds from this event benefit Holly Hall’s MUSIC & MEMORY℠ Program. MUSIC & MEMORY℠ provides individualized playlists to residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia and a wide range of cognitive and physical impairments. For more information on MUSIC & MEMORY℠ visit their website at www.musicandmemory.org.
Click here to download the Games People Play brochure and order form.