Tag Archives: changing aging
We’re still catching up with all the wonderful holiday activities at our communities! At Dorado Senior Apartments in Buena Park, CA, the Anaheim Girl Scouts brought their smiling faces, refreshments, home-made ornaments, and beautiful singing voices to share with the … Continue reading
News from NoHo Senior Arts Colony: Photos from Jim Storm’s Mini Art Show Featuring Residents and Their Pets
In January, crowds gathered to admire resident Jim Storm’s portraits of residents and their pets. Jim’s Mini Art Show entitled, “With Love,” at NoHo Senior Arts Colony in North Hollywood, CA, was a huge success. The photographs speak for themselves!Over the past … Continue reading
EngAGE CEO/Founder Tim Carpenter was interviewed for the Globe and Mail newspaper article entitled, “Retire to a resort – where you don’t feel old.” Tim highlighted the programming at North Hollywood Senior Arts Colony, and the article indicates that its … Continue reading
EngAGE CEO/Founder Tim Carpenter and COO Nancy Carpenter stopped by Metro Chinatown Senior Lofts in downtown L.A. to check out some current works of art. Tim’s assessment: “Our resident artists at Chinatown are rockin’ it.”
Tim Carpenter, CEO/Founder of EngAGE, was in San Francisco last week for this conference and he sent along photos commemorating his visit. “Great friends and colleagues all – and Maura O’Malley, too – in the pub after a great conference … Continue reading
Community Outreach Alliance volunteers delivered over 70 bags of gifts to the residents of Cotton’s Point Senior Apartments on December 21st, and received appreciation, smiles, and love in return. The residents of San Clemente, CA, really love our seniors! ~ … Continue reading
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Creative residents of all ages at ACE/121 in Glendale, CA, learn sculpting techniques in the Family Clay Workshop with instructor Meriel Stern.
At the ACE/121 arts colony in Glendale, CA, kids enjoy a great after school program: the Art & Healthy Kids Workshop with Julie Shadpa, an Art Therapist from the University of Southern California Verdugo Hills Hospital.
From Olivera Senior Apartments in Pomona, CA: After a few sips of Merlot and a lot of brush strokes, resident Helene loved how her cactus painting turned out! ~ Meloney Morse, Program Director