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Community News & Events

To appreciate the spirit of Ferris House, you have to experience it for yourself.  Be our guest at one of our upcoming activities or events.  Meet our residents and staff.  If you have ever wondered how much more rewarding retirement community living can be, you’ll find answers here.

From planned daily activities to special events, you'll find plenty that interests you.
Join us for any of the events listed below. Please RSVP 585.393.0410.

Great Decisions 2020

You’re invited to join us for Great Decisions, the nation’s longest-running global affairs education program. 
The eight-week series of group discussions – facilitated by content experts – will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursdays, beginning Feb. 6 and concluding March 26. There is no cost to attend the one-hour discussions, and individuals may attend any or all, with no RSVP necessary.
Although topic dates are subject to change, the schedule is as follows:

  • Feb. 6 –  Climate Change and the Global Order
  • Feb. 13 –  India and Pakistan
  • Feb. 20 – Red Sea Security
  • Feb. 27 – Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
  • March 5 – U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle
  • March 12 – China’s Road into Latin America
  • March 19 – The Philippines and the U.S
  • March 26 – Artificial Intelligence and Data

For more information click here

Armchair Travel with Beth Brancato: Ireland

Friday, March 20

3 p.m.
Rayburn Hall


Ireland is beloved worldwide as an enchanting land where legend and reality mingle. History is everywhere. An abundance of prehistoric and medieval sites will catch your curiosity.

Ireland’s long history is both fascinating and tragic, particularly in regards to the many rebellions against British rule, which ultimately resulted in independence for the south of Ireland through the formation of the Irish Republic but also led to huge loss of life.


Abrahamic Faiths

Friday, March 27

3 p.m.
Rayburn Hall


FLCC’s Lori Vail will start a new 6-week program on faith and religion with the first two looking at Abrahamic Faiths.  You do not need to attend all of the talks but are encouraged to enjoy as many of the stand-alone presentations as you like.


Armchair Travel with Beth Brancato: Ethiopia

Friday, April 17

3 p.m.
Rayburn Hall

Ethiopia is like nowhere else on the planet, a beautiful country blessed with a peerless history, fabulous wildlife and some of Africa's most soulful peoples. Ethiopia, the only African country to have escaped European colonialism, has retained much of its cultural identity and its story is one of Africa's most fascinating. It all begins with Lucy, one of our most celebrated ancient ancestors, moves effortlessly into the realm of ancient Aksum with its obelisks and echoes of the Queen of Sheba, and then takes on power and passion as Christianity, with mysterious echoes of Ancient Israel takes center stage.