Sister Michaeleen Cabral
Sister Joselle Orlando
*Admission: Suggested donation $10 (not required)
*Parking available in the St. Joseph’s Medical Office Center garage, located across Union St. from the shrine and museum. ~Courtesy of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health
Sister Joselle is an artist who teaches classes at her studio in Fayetteville, NY. She will be teaching about the ancient form of the mandala (which predates Christianity) and how it is used in her watercolors.
at the shrine and museum galleries
(601 N. Townsend Street, Syracuse, NY 13203)
Sister Eileen Derrick
Playing the Ukulele
Why play the ukulele? First, it’s cool. Second, it’s inexpensive. Third, it’s easy. Fourth, it’s portable. Fifth, it’s FUN!We’re in the midst of a mini ukulele boom – sales are surging. Beginning students would rather pick up a ukulele than a recorder. They sound better, and they’re even easier to learn! They’re so simple, they’re the obvious instruments to get started on. By learning just 2 or 3 simple chords, you can play dozens of songs, including rock and roll and blues!
Sister Theresa Laureta
Enjoy, explore and learn
The Art of…
Dance, Cuisine, Painting, Language, Music and Gardening
The art of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities will be shared through exhibits, displays and workshops. Please join us in celebrating the creativity and beauty the sisters have offered to their patients and communities from Marianne’s day through today.
Sister Michaeleen is an accomplished dancer and musician. She will be teaching about Hula and leading her audience in movements of the traditional Hawaiian dance.
Sister Eileen Derrick provides healing music to the sick and dying. She will play her harp and discuss her practice and how it is used to give comfort.