Campus News– Developments around Cartmel

Please remember when you are visiting the Community Center that you need to wear a surgical mask– not cloth as per the memo from Lisa Marsilio

There are some upcoming talks and lectures highlighted below. These represent our sister site series of lectures and events. As a reminder, all Music events are now live and are not being broadcasted over zoom or closed-circuit tv. The same applies to the Thursday night films.


REMINDERS TO RESIDENTS

  • Old Stone is open for “business”. If you wish to reserve the rooms there, please use the reservation form. You can also find it on the menu under forms.
  • Please check for Summer Music updates. The complete schedule was sent to your email box. Please note there are also details for a Wilmington Trust presentation on planned giving.
  • Please remember that COVID restrictions are still in effect at both centers, including mask wearing and no outside guests in the dining rooms or cafe. See email of May 10th for all reminders.
  • Lisa’s weekly memos and COVID updates are emailed to you and can be found posted on the Crosslands website
  • Don’t forget Friday no frills–outside Old Stone, bring a snack to share, a chair and a drink. See you there!


SEPTEMBER FORUM

September 20th Available on Zoom and Channel 13

From the wild Alaska north-slope, to the sub-tropics of Central Florida, a collection of rivers has been set aside for preservation.This Wild and Scenic River system includes spectacular and remote examples, as well as more urban rivers with cultural or historic significance. We’ll see some remarkable rivers and we’ll learn about the collaborative approach that has been undertaken to protect them.

Jennifer Back, a Hydrologist for nearly thirty years, earned her BA in Environmental Science from Evergreen College in Olympia, Washington, and her MS in Watershed Science from Colorado State University. Jennifer is the daughter of Crosslands resident, Lyn Back.


GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

Partnered with Willow Tree Hospice, Kendal~Crosslands Social Services will be holding a six-week educational series on grief. This group will focus on education and discussions around the different aspects of grief. All are welcome and the group will run six weeks, beginning September 15th Please to get further information or to RSVP (by September 8) to Kristine Valyo-Dusik kmvalyo@xlands.kendal.org 610-388-5636 or Andrea Evans, aevans@kalkendal.org 610-388-5525


Neighborhood News

CREBILLY FARM:

If you are interested in the fate of the Crebilly Farm property, you might be interested in the information here From this report it looks like Westtown Township will buy part of of the farm and Natural Lands will conserve a further 104 acres through easements, but this is just the beginning of the process. See the link for more information.

HANKS PLACE now has a trailer open in their parking lot for limited hours 10-2 Weds through Sat. Menu is here

Fillable forms? Did you know that….

If there is some kind of disaster such as a fire, KCC contacts residents using Single Wire. It is really important that the phone number is correct and one that you check. ..

That if you don’t have an email or phone number on file with KCC , your name etc will not be listed in the current directory…

or if your phone number and or email has changed KCC won’t change it without a written request….

Do you need to reserve a room for a meeting at Cartmel, Crosslands or Kendal?

What you really need is to do is use these fillable forms.

You can also get to them via the menu under KCC or Forms.


RA: We Play House Recordings - Record LabelCrosslands is now providing some recordings of their events. If you would like to see what is available, check them out here