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Doo-Wop Luncheon

Residents, guests, and staff members put on their blue suede shoes for a 50s-themed party at Manor at Market Square! Friends and family cruised in to Manor at Market Square for an afternoon of fun at the Doo-Wop Luncheon, where they enjoyed complimentary 50s snacks, root beer floats, and music and entertainment by Jeff Krick.

Manor at Market Square holds Reading High School Reunion

Manor at Market Square is home to many independent living and personal care residents, and 17 of them are proud Red Knight alumni. Their graduating years range from 1934-1955. Because of the number of RHS graduates who are now Manor residents, they wanted to open their home up to their old friends and invite them for a celebration. This wasn't a typical reunion of just one graduating year; it was a reunion for classes 1930-1955, bringing together old friends from clubs, sports teams, and social circles. Check out the video and article on WFMZ!

Celebrating Oktoberfest at Manor at Market Square

Seniors at Manor at Market Square celebrated Oktoberfest as they listened and danced to music provided by "Just Us" and they enjoyed delicious German treats including bratwurst, sauerkraut and German beer. Check out the article and video from this fun event! We'd love for you to join us at our next event! Visit our events page for our schedule of upcoming events!

Catherine Zunzer turns 100 Years Old!

One resident at Manor at Market Square is living life to the fullest! Catherine Zunzer turned 100 years old on August 19, 2013, and the community, friends and family threw her a surprise party with a special cake! Zunzer was born on August 19, 1913. She has a niece, Helen, who she loves to chat with on Skype. She retired from Dolphin Swimwear in Shillington as a bookkeeper. She has been a resident at Manor at Market Square for the past three years, living in an Independent Living apartment. She enjoys crafting, traveling and attending mass. Happy 100th Birthday, Catherine!

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