COLLEGEDALE, Tenn. – Antique glass vases, fancy flatware and vintage home décor were on display at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Collegedale. Lilly Waters, outreach coordinator of The Anna Shafley Houston Museum of Decorative Arts brought the finest decorative home items from its location in the Bluff View art district in Downtown Chattanooga.
The museum displays an extensive collection of Victorian art and glass curated by Anna Shafley, as her extraordinary exhibits offer a warm invitation into the Victorian lifestyle. Displaying the exquisite works at the memory care community, Waters shared the rich history of the antique wares to the residents’ amazement and awe.
Morning Pointe invites local organizations and special guests to visit the residents, as they bring activities and exhibits that are rich with culture and history, while recalling fond memories.
Photo: Margaret Gagliardi, Lilly Waters and JoAnne Johnson discuss the history of the antique decorative home display at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Collegedale.