Activities? Did someone ask about activities?
We’re glad you asked! After all, activities are a huge part of what makes our centers special. We have the standard activities such as Bingo, charades, and bowling, but even better, we encourage residents to head outside of the facilities to enjoy activities and events in the community. And there are times when we bring the community to them!
Recently, we got our residents involved in celebrating National Lollipop Day and National Pandemonium Day. The residents’ engagement – and the smiles – were a great reminder to everyone that at any age, our loved ones enjoy adventures – and it’s always more fun to enjoy it right along with them!
National Lollipop Day
By way of history: Lollipops originally may have been a way to preserve nuts and berries in honey during prehistoric times. George Smith is credited with inventing the modern lollipop in 1908, and in 1931 trademarked the name which, according to the National Day Calendar, he claims came from his favorite racing horse, Lolly Pops.
National Pandemonium Day
Pandemonium is defined by Merriam-Webster as a “wild uproar,” and on Pandemonium Day, anything goes! Chaos, madness and unexpected surprises are all a part of Pandemonium Day, so our staff and residents embrace the pandemonium and go a little crazy!
As a surprise to the staff, the residents assembled little tokens of thanks and then went around and passed them out to all employees.
Fisher Cats Games
Catching a New Hampshire Fisher Cats game at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, is a resident (and staff) favorite, day or night.
Our residents love sitting outside and enjoying the sights and sounds of the ball game and – of course, the visits Fungo, the Fisher Cats’ mascot, makes to the suite!
The Fisher Cats are the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays major league club.
The Hollis Town Band at Courville at Nashua
A long-time tradition, the Hollis Town Band ends the concert season in the courtyard at the Courville at Nashua, playing for staff, residents and family members. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the big band music! To make it even better, the dining services staff whips up special treats for the occasion — this year’s concoction: root beer floats!
That’s just a taste of the activities our residents enjoy during the summer months: There’s so much more throughout the year! Contact us to learn more about the activities, facilities, and benefits of Courville Communities, or to schedule a tour.