One resident, heading from one program to another, recently said, “There’s just so much to do here!”
Do you love classical music but can’t seem to get out to the CPO anymore? What if the CPO came to you? That’s what happens when you live in a United Active Living community. Thanks to partnerships with a variety of educational and cultural organizations, United can offer residents a wide variety of programs and activities not found elsewhere.
United has formal partnerships with eight organizations and more informal arrangements with dozens of others that bring performances into the two communities. At the same time, residents have access to the larger performances of the Calgary Philharmonic, Calgary Opera, Calgary Pro Musica, Honens and a host of others.
In this spring’s program guides, just released, residents can take in a maple festival at Heritage Park, political discussions, a string quartet from CPO, a wide range of art workshops, Mount Royal Conservatory and Calgary Civic Symphony performances. And the list goes on. There are more than 50 specialty programs and dozens of weekly/monthly ongoing programs listed in each of the community program guides.
If you’ve been wanting to stay active and experience new things in an older adult community, check out what’s available to residents in our seasonal program guides.
Do you know a friend or family member who could benefit from living in a United community? Send them a link to our website or blog, or arrange a tour. We are happy to help!