The Waterford on Highland Colony

619 Highland Colony Parkway
Ridgeland, MS 39157
(866) 364-8941

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Community Life

The Waterford on Highland Colony celebrates its residents with special activities, seminars and more throughout the year that bring our community together. Our community features plenty of things to experience, from movie nights to special wine and cider socials. Our seniors can access the Ridgeland Super Star Senior Program offering many enrichment programs to people 55 and over including oil painting, foreign language classes, martial arts and dancing. 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.


Date: 09/25/2018

Piano Concert

Betsy Daniels and Patsy Simpson from Christ United Methodist Church
will give us a piano concert on Tuesday, Sept 25 at 3:00 in the activity room.

Date: 12/31/2018

Still Water Church

Still Water Church is a nondenominational church which meets each Sunday morning at 10:30 in the activity room at The Waterford.
A mid-week service is held each Wednesday evening at 5:30.
Residents of The Waterford, as well as non-residents are welcome to attend services.

The church is pastored by Dr. David Raddin and Rev. Jason Edwards.
Al Milner is the song director, accompanied by RoseAnn Metz on the piano.

Date: 12/31/2018

Exercise & Balance Classes

The Waterford offers exercise classes on Mon, Wed and Fri at 9:30 in the activity room.
We offer balance classes on Tue at 2:30 and Thurs at 9:30.

Date: 09/25/2018

Piano Concert

Betsy Daniels and Patsy Simpson from Christ United Methodist Church
will give us a piano concert on Tuesday, Sept 25 at 3:00 in the activity room.

Date: 09/20/2018
Time:
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Location: Activity Room
Contact: mhause@capitalseniorliving.net

Jonni Webb to Demonstrate Hand-Made Pottery

Local potter, Jonni Webb will demonstrate how to make pottery on Thurs, September 20 at 3 pm.

Originally from Itta Bena, Webb is the daughter of Dr. Eugene F. Webb and local artist, Mozelle Parker Webb, who currently resides at The Waterford. Jonni graduated from Pillow Academy in Greenwood ('75) and Mississippi State University with a BS Degree in Business/Marketing ('79).

Her newspaper advertising career after college took her through Arkansas and Texas before returning to Jackson, Mississippi, in 1984 as the Advertising Director at the Northside Sun newspaper, the state's largest weekly.

After experimenting with other mediums, including oil painting, Webb started taking pottery classes ('93) from well-known local potter, Robert Pickenpaugh, and fell in love with it the very first night of class! While sitting there playing with the clay for the very first time since "Playdoh,' She decided that "this is what I want to do the rest of my life!" Since then, she has studied under Stephen Jepson and Tom Shafer of the World Pottery Institute, Florida, and Thomas Morrison of Jackson, in addition to other workshops and continuing education with her dear friend and mentor, Robert Pickenpaugh.

In 1998, she left the newspaper to start and publish a weekly newsletter, Coffee News, which allowed her more freedom and time for making and selling pottery. A few years later, she began publishing, Front Desk, a visitor information map that she distributes through local hotels and visitor centers. After selling Coffee News in 2008, she was finally able to become JRWebb Pottery full-time (along with a few other artistic indulgences and the Front Desk maps)... and, she has never looked back... From her studio in Madison County, she makes and sells pottery to more than 40 stores, does large corporate orders and many one of a kind pieces for individuals.

Most all of her work is now hand-built or slab work. She takes a hunk of clay and creates one of a kind, functional pieces. She uses her love of nature to create "earthy" and "organic" style pieces to warm any home. Many of her ideas and inspirations come from time she spent at her family's lake house in Carroll County. Her hopes are that her art work will inspire others to see and appreciate the beauty of her beloved South.

She works with slabs of clay and hunks of clay to create, with her hands, original pieces with an earthy, organic and functional appeal. No two pieces will ever be exactly the same.

Her work has been purchased at shops, galleries and shows and shipped as gifts all over the world.

Webb has been:
• Selected in Top 50 Businesswomen in Mississippi - 2003
• Featured in numerous magazine/newspaper articles and MS ETV
• Charter exhibitor in MS Development Authority’s Mississippi Market
• Work handled in 40+ retail stores/galleries throughout the country
• Featured Artist at Mississippi Picnic in Central Park 2014 (and will be in 2015, too!)
• Featured Artist at Madison County Creative Economy Celebration 2014

Date: 09/13/2018

Wild West Book Review

Do you have a favorite book about the wild west?
Would you like to share your love of reading about Wyatt Earp or Wild Bill Hickock?
Come to the Wild West Book Review hosted by China on Thursday, September 13
at 3:00 in the activity room.

Date: 09/12/2018

Four Men Singing

Sing along with us as we welcome Four Men Singing on Wednesday, Sept 12 at 1:00.
The group brings their unique sound of gospel, blue grass and country with voice, fiddle, guitar and dobro.

Date: 09/06/2018

September Birthday Party

Wish our residents born in September a very happy birthday
on Thursday, September 6 at 3:30 pm in the activity room.
Cake and punch provided by Covenant Caregivers.
Music provided by Dan Colbert, pianist & vocalist.

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Posted On: 05/25/2018 - 3:45pm

Residents Greet Author, Peter Gilderson

The Waterford residents recently enjoyed a book signing event with local author, Peter Gilderson.

Posted On: 05/11/2018 - 1:30pm

ImpactActive Hip Protectors - protect your hips from injury in a fall.

Please visit ImpoactActive.com to order these SOFT, LIGHTWEIGHT, FLEXIBLE & COMFORTABLE undergarments.
Why?
Because falls are the leading cause of hip fractures:
Over 350,000 hip fractures occur each year.
Osteoporosis related fractures result in over 180,000 nursing home admissions annually.
Approximately 90% of hip fractures are the result of a fall.
The World Health Organization recommend hip protectors.

Posted On: 05/11/2018 - 1:15pm

Marianne is on the radio

Our very own sales director, Marianne Hause, will be on WYAB 103.9 FM Monday, May 14, to talk about what's happening at The Waterford this month. Tune in to Jim Thorne's radio program entitled "That's What's Happening" every weekday morning from 8 -9 a.m. on 103.9 FM.

Posted On: 05/04/2018 - 11:30am

2018 Resident Council

Congratulations to the following residents for being elected to the 2018 Resident Council:
Elsie Bartholomew, Dot Sessums, Dan Vogt (President), Jane Davis, Gerald Edwards, Herbert Jones, Joye Miller.
The council meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month in the private dining room.

Posted On: 01/09/2018 - 2:15pm

Nominations have begun

If you would like to nominate yourself or another resident to serve on the Resident Council, please write the name on a slip of paper and drop it in the suggestion box at the entrance to the dining room. Nominees will be announced January 15.

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