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An Active Life

August 2021 Calendar Elmhurst residents are active and on the go. A variety of activities can be found on our weekly schedule. Symphony concerts, dinners at the area’s restaurants and attendance at special events in the community, are often on the calendar each month.

Although Elmhurst is on the bus line, residents also are provided transportation to appointments, shopping, dining and entertainment outings in the Elmhurst vans. There also is free parking for residents’== vehicles.

The social life at Elmhurst offers a myriad of opportunities for fellowship and fun. Exercise classes, outdoor walking sessions, seasonal parties, a Baking Club, Book Club, Wii bowling, monthly speakers’ presentations, as well as crafts and live entertainment, provide residents with an array of of offerings for a full and active lifestyle.

Elmhurst is located near several golf courses and superb municipal parks. Four outdoor recreation, relaxation areas are available on the Elmurst campus and the large, Victorian mansion front porch wicker furniture is a popular destination throughout the day and evening during warm weather months.

A first-floor family room at Elmhurst provides an area for games and is equipped with a big screen cable television for watching a favorite show or a movie f rom our extensive collection of DVDs and cassettes. Saturday Night at the Movies is a weekly event.

A library is located adjacent to the family room where comfortable seating invites residents to relax with a book or sign on to the house computer. Nearby, a small, private room is available for card-playing or a meeting.  An exercise room equipped a stationery bicycle and treadmill is open 24-hours and is the site of weekly exercise classes.

Weekends also often include visits by local college students who enjoy playing cards or other games with the residents. Monthly visits from students at St. Michael Parish School offer residents an opportunity to enjoy the company of the youngsters and their “hug train.”