When you live at John Knox Village you are never alone. The Life Enrichment and Marketing teams will help get you through the COVID-19 crisis with a full range of educational, spiritual and entertainment opportunities, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home.
The teams have prepared two brochures which are informative guides to knowledge and discovery. The brochures provide a gateway to art instruction, virtual museum tours, National Park tours and much more. Among the many topics covered in these illustrated brochures are ways to:
- Learn some new art techniques
- Challenge your brain with carefully cultivated online games
- Enjoy virtual tours of museums and parks
- Watch some great movies
- Enjoy musical performances
- Learn from college professor lectures at top-tier universities
- Get tech-smart with how-to videos created by JKV professionals
Since many of the programs presented depend upon digital technology, JKV provides assistance on “anything and everything” to get residents up and running on the internet. JKV Technology Coordinator Nicholas Sconiers and his team of digital gurus have assisted countless residents with Instacart, Zoom and FaceTime.
The “At Home Enrichment” brochure has given precise information for residents on connecting to Village websites: JKVConnect, JohnKnoxVillage.com and the JKV YouTube channel to stay in the constant information flow from administration, all departments and fellow residents.
Take Virtual Tours Of Museums And National Parks
Even if you do not live at JKV, you can follow the guide for information on how to take virtual tours of great art museums. Visit the NSU Art Museum with its current exhibitions “Happy!” and “I Paint My Reality: Surrealism in Latin America;” The British Museum, London; Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam; and Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Visit our country’s great National Parks: Kenai Fjords, Alaska; Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico; Bryce Canyon, Utah; and Dry Tortugas, FL.
Call JKV Marketing at (954) 783- 4040 or simply click here if you would like a copy of the “At Home Enrichment” brochure.