The Wellington at Dayton celebrates its residents with special activities, seminars and more throughout the year that bring our community together. Various monthly speakers and performers educate and entertain our residents throughout the year, and shopping trips are scheduled weekly. Residents, family members and friends can keep track of all of our daily, weekly and monthly happenings, find out how to get involved in our activities, see photos from past events and get the latest news from our community by checking here.
We love celebrating all of our birthdays of the month...especially when there is cake, ice cream, and music with Bill Corfield!!!
Who doesn't enjoy getting to know new people in the community? We give our residents a chance to do just that with our monthly New Resident Reception.
Once again we are hosting a live theatre production in our community!! It is open to the public and admission is free! More details as they arrive!
Come join us for our Fish Fry in the dining room!! We will also be having entertainment by the Limelight Quartet!! If you haven't heard of these folks....you ought to be here!!!
Our very own Chef Johnny is once again whipping up a surprise treat during the cooking demo! Come watch and taste....you may see it on our dining menu soon!
How else would you celebrate St. Patrick's Day except by seeing green!? Great snacks, great music by David Mulligan, and great drinks will round out our festivities!
The Book of Kells (Trinity College Dublin MS 58) contains the four Gospels in Latin based on the Vulgate text which St Jerome completed in 384AD, intermixed with readings from the earlier Old Latin translation. The Gospel texts are prefaced by other texts, including "canon tables", or concordances of Gospel passages common to two or more of the evangelists; summaries of the gospel narratives (Breves causae); and prefaces characterizing the evangelists (Argumenta).
The book is written on vellum (prepared calfskin) in a bold and expert version of the script known as "insular majuscule". It contains 340 folios, now measuring approximately 330 x 255 mm; they were severely trimmed, and their edges gilded, in the course of rebinding in the 19th century.
Our friends at Beltone will once again in the library helping anyone who has questions or inquiries about their hearing aids!!