ProHealth Care Regency Senior Communities to Host Fall Open House

Sept. 15, 2010

The public is invited to attend ProHealth Care Regency Senior Communities’ Fall Open House Festival beginning Saturday, September 18 through Sunday, September 26. Visit the communities located in Brookfield, Muskego and New Berlin for tours, entertainment, health seminars and more. All events are free and a complete calendar of events can be found at RegencySeniorCommunities.com.

 

Regency-Brookfield – 777 N. Brookfield Rd. • Brookfield • 262-780-0321

OPEN HOUSE-Brookfield

Saturday, Sept. 18 • 10 am – 1 pm

 

LOW VISION SEMINAR – COME SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

Tuesday, Sept. 21 • 9:30 am – 11 am

Teresa Ortell, OTR of Brookfield Rehab Center, offers suggestions and tips to keep you seeing your best. Continental breakfast included.

 

“WATCH ‘EM DANCE” EXHIBITION

Wednesday, Sept. 22 • 6:30 pm – 8 pm

USA Ballroom Dance Association dancers Robyn Pearce and Yehuda Elmakias present Latin

and ballroom dancing techniques.

 

TRY TAI CHI FOR FREE

Thursday, Sept. 23 • 1 pm

Try Tai Chi for free with certified instructor Claire Walchli. Additional classes held at all 3 Regency campuses year-round. Additional classes are $5 each. For more info, call

the campus.

 

Regency-Muskego – W181 S8450 Lodge Blvd. • Muskego • 679-0888

TRY TAI CHI FOR FREE

Monday, Sept. 20 • 9 am

Try Tai Chi for free with certified instructor Claire Walchli. Additional classes held at all 3 Regency campuses year-round. Additional classes are $5 each. For more info, call the campus.

 

MOVEMENT DISORDERS & PARKINSON’S DISEASE SEMINAR

Wednesday, Sept. 22 • 2 pm

Signs, symptoms, pharmacological treatment and lifestyle tips, presented by Jason Majdecki, RN and Movement Coordinator from ProHealth Care.

 

THE FIRST LADIES OF FASHION FASHION SHOW

Thursday, Sept. 23 • 3 pm

Presenting clothing of 16 former First Ladies from Martha Washington to Laura Bush. See ensembles, plus a history of these presidential wives, their styles and how they influenced American fashion.

 

OPEN HOUSE-Muskego

Sunday, Sept. 26 • 11 am – 2 pm

 

Regency-New Berlin • 13750 W. National Ave • New Berlin • 262-789-1699

OPEN HOUSE-New Berlin

Saturday, Sept. 18 • 2 pm - 5 pm

 

TOM STANFIELD ON THE PIANO

Wednesday, Sept. 22 • 1 pm – 3:30 pm

Tom, a regular performer at The Abbey in Lake Geneva, presents songs like you’ve never heard them played. Join the fun!

 

WISCONSIN LIGHTHOUSES PRESENTATION

Friday, Sept. 24 • 2 pm

Presented by Ken and Barb Wardius of Crestwood Creek Images, this show highlights nearly one-third of Wisconsin’s historical beacons including lighthouses on Superior, Door County, Two Rivers and Wind Point.

 

 

Regency-Brookfield: Located 1/4 mile north of Bluemound Rd. at 777 N. Brookfield Rd.

Come see the North and South Campuses located on 23 acres adjacent to a conservancy area with walking trails and wildlife viewing.

 

Regency-Muskego: Located 3.5 miles south of I-43 on Racine Ave. at W181 S8540 Lodge Blvd.

Tour the scenic 32-acre campus with a private lake and walking trails and distinctive

country club atmosphere.

 

Regency-New Berlin: Located 2 miles west of the I-894/45 National Ave. exit at 13750 W. National Ave.

Our state-of-the-art campus situated on 31 acres directly between Waukesha and Milwaukee is close to stores, restaurants and entertainment venues. The campus has many amenities including luxurious 1 & 2 bedroom suites, Grand Dining Hall, Sports Pub, Internet Café, Fitness Gym and more. (Fieldpointe entrance is located 1 block north of National Ave. on Sunnyslope Rd.)

 

 

For over 20 years, ProHealth Care Regency Senior Communities has provided Senior Living, Assisted Living and Attended Care programs. Regency Senior Communities are locally owned and managed non-profit affiliates of the ProHealth Care family.

 

 

For More Information, contact the campuses or visit RegencySeniorCommunities.com

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