Events

Pursue Your Hobbies and Share Your Passion at Applewood

Pursue Your Hobbies and Share Your Passion at Applewood Today’s baby boomers’ expect senior living to provide healthy activities, continuous intellectual growth, cultural diversity and endless opportunities to socialize. Research has proven time and again that older adults who are active participants in life, rather than relegated to the sidelines, are rewarded with less illness, more joy and less risk of depression. In …
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Year in Review

Join us for our Year in Review celebration – and we’ll toast to 2017! Tuesday, December 5th at 1:30 pm This is just the type of fun social gathering we enjoy regularly at Applewood. This time we’re getting together to look back on another great year. We’ll have cocktails and light refreshments. We’ll reflect on the fun outings we’ve taken, highlight accomplishments of …
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It’s a “take & bake” event!

Come hear about all things PIE Thursday, November 9th at 1:30 pm Join us for a special event hosted by the Culinary Institute at Applewood (CIA). Learn about the history of pie, observe fine baking techniques, savor samples prepared by the CIA team, and prepare your own culinary masterpiece to take home and bake. We hope you’ll join us—and bring your sweet tooth—for the …
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Applewood Celebrates Active Aging Week by Exercising, Painting and Discovering Chakras

Applewood Celebrates Active Aging Week by Exercising, Painting and Discovering Chakras   Last week, we joined in the spirit of Active Aging Week by offering a special menu of events to challenge and inspire residents’ physical, social, spiritual, artistic and intellectual fitness. “Being older means you finally have the time and freedom to do what you enjoy or aspire to try,” says Joan …
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Applewood Tech Training Helps Seniors Master Their Devices

Applewood Tech Training Helps Seniors Master Their Devices “Today, seniors are more eager than ever to use technology to make everyday life easier and faster,” says Keith Grady, executive director at Applewood. “We realized our techie residents were deluged with help requests and it was time to introduce community-wide computer and personal device training.” Enter “Tracy the Tech,” a former corporate IT guru …
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