Wiggins Place is dedicated to bringing all types of programming to its' tenants. This includes inter-generational programming which invites the tenants to bring their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to Wiggins Place events.
On October 11th Wiggins Place hosted it's second annual Sunday Funday. Cotton candy, popcorn, make your sundae bar and the one and only Outback Ray was here to entertain and educate children of all ages. Our tenants and their family members along with staff proved very brave indeed as they touched hissing cockroaches, pet a desert tortoise and cuddled with a super soft chinchilla. It was really fun and we cannot wait for the 3rd annual Sunday Funday!
|Art Glassman and Mickey Friedman look on as Outback Ray shows off his Hissing Cockroach|
|Ben Zide is not at all afraid of the hissing cockroach|
|Ida Kaufman and Joyce Ecker contemplate the wisdom of reaching out their hand|
|The crowd looks on as Outback Ray pulls out his next unusual animal|
|Lion Rabbit on Marjorie Kempner's head :)|
|Phil Sugerman pets a soft, cuddly Chinchilla|
|Rita LeBlang is the bravest of the brave|
|Sylvia and Marty Wald get acquainted with the Lion Rabbit|
|Tony the Tortoise|
|Crocodile. No one was allowed to touch it. Yikes!|