FALL HARVEST – October Activity Ideas

The air is cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and the days are growing shorter, it’s fall. William Cullen Bryant said it best when he wrote, “Autumn, the year’s last, loveliest smile.” Before the colder temperatures arrive and your ... Read more

FAMILY LEGACY – August Activity Ideas

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, senior living communities have come to feel more like a family than ever before. With limited opportunities to leave or visit their actual family, seniors are relying on each other and the staff to help ... Read more

JULY UNTAMED – July Activity Ideas

As we dive into the summer season, it’s a great time to observe wildlife at its peak. Hibernating animals have since emerged from their winter beds and all other wildlife are busy preparing for the next winter season. It’s no wonder why ... Read more


The COVID-19 coronavirus, which is sweeping across our nation, has certainly caused many of our usual activities and routines to cease. Our government is asking Americans to keep their distance and stay home in order to contain this ... Read more


There’s something ghoulish in the air of October. The cooler winds blow summer away and yield to winter’s beginnings. October culminates with Halloween, a holiday that’s eerie, spooky, and full of treats. Build anticipation with your group ... Read more

ALL AMERICAN – July Activity Ideas

All over the country, Americans are preparing to celebrate Independence Day with parades, concerts, fireworks, and backyard barbecues. It’s only fitting that July’s theme is All American. Take members on a patriotic journey and extend your ... Read more

WILD ABOUT THE ZOO – June Activity Ideas

With the arrival of summer in June, this is the perfect month to plan a trip to the zoo. It’s also the perfect month to go “Wild about the Zoo.” This month, we’re celebrating National Zoo and Aquarium Month. Grab your hats and sunglasses, ... Read more

DIG INTO APRIL – April Activity Ideas

Spring is officially here and the cold days of this past winter’s polar vortex are well behind us. By now, your group is probably feeling antsy to get outdoors, enjoy warmer weather, and witness the rebirth of all things green. Fortunately, ... Read more