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The Ohio History Center Presents Two Engaging Holiday Themed Programs at Friendship Village Columbus on Nov. 29 and Dec. 6

The holiday season is a busy time full of crowds, shopping and rushing around. Remember the days when Christmas was focused more on family, friends, food, gift giving and Santa Claus? No matter how you spend Christmas in the present, it’s fun take a nostalgic look at Christmases past.

Join Friendship Village Columbus and the Ohio History Center for two upcoming Christmas themed programs. Both programs will be held at FVC, located at 5800 Forest Hills Blvd. in Columbus. Come for one program or both! Whatever your schedule allows, you will enjoy holiday appetizers, beverages and the camaraderie of friends at FVC during each program.


‘Tis the Season: A Victorian Christmas 2018

‘Tis the Season: A Victorian Christmas

Thursday, November 29, 2:00 p.m.

Travel back to the Victorian age when Christmas traditions were just forming. Before the Victorian era, Americans hardly celebrated the Christmas season at all. By the end of the 19th century, though, it had become a time of feasting, gift giving and entertainment. Meet a maid in the service of a prosperous family of the era who’ll entertain you with tales of Victorian Christmas-time celebrations.

Call 614-568-0503 to RSVP

 


 

Nifty Fifty Christmas 2018

Nifty Fifty Christmas

Thursday, December 6, 2:00 p.m.

Learn how life after World War II shaped the way Americans celebrate the holiday.

Writing letters to Santa, visiting him at a department store and tracking him on Christmas Eve are traditions many of us know well. Listen to stories about how many American Christmas traditions began in the 1950s after World War II.

Call 614-568-0503 to RSVP

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Jim M.

We moved to Friendship Village Columbus for various reasons. We are reasonably healthy and wanted to be sure we could enjoy the benefits of independent living before moving to the next phase of our lives. Through the experience of some friends we decided to skip the condo phase and go directly to a friendly senior living environment.
2014-10-29T20:38:08+00:00
We moved to Friendship Village Columbus for various reasons. We are reasonably healthy and wanted to be sure we could enjoy the benefits of independent living before moving to the next phase of our lives. Through the experience of some friends we decided to skip the condo phase and go directly to a friendly senior living environment.

Andy H.

We moved here before we were 70 to allow for a pleasurable retirement. The Lifecare contract, safety, amenities and activities supersede any other facilities we considered. Camaraderie between residents and staff is a rich experience.
2014-10-29T20:37:40+00:00
We moved here before we were 70 to allow for a pleasurable retirement. The Lifecare contract, safety, amenities and activities supersede any other facilities we considered. Camaraderie between residents and staff is a rich experience.

Harold C.

During my two weeks at Friendship Village Columbus, the service was wonderful, everyone was loving and caring, and the staff helped to make my recovery fast and easy.
2014-10-29T20:37:05+00:00
During my two weeks at Friendship Village Columbus, the service was wonderful, everyone was loving and caring, and the staff helped to make my recovery fast and easy.