“I want to be improbably beautiful and afraid of nothing, as though I had wings.” — Mary Oliver
Come See Our True Colors
Can you picture yourself at Asbury? Join our True Colors painting event on October 19 or October 25 and get inspired! Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, meet some new friends, and capture our campus’ brilliant fall landscape with the help of artists from Pinot’s Palette. Register for this picture-perfect event.
Get the Facts on CCRCs
We sincerely believe that for many people, moving to a continuing care retirement community is the best move they will ever make. Why? They tell us! But such an important life decision requires all the facts. Here, we explain entrance fees, monthly fees, our continuum, and key considerations when timing your move. Get the facts here.
Retire Late for Good Health?
Although we are a retirement community, you don’t need to be retired to live at Asbury Methodist Village. Many residents continue to work at the company they founded, as a consultant, or in a new part-time venture. Now, studies are showing that may be a wise move. See why in this New York Times article.
Join Our Walk to End Alzheimer’s
On October 7, we’ll be hosting our own on-campus Walk to End Alzheimer’s with free memory screenings, a panel of experts, brain-healthy foods, interactive brain games, and of course, a walk around our beautiful campus. Join Team Asbury in this important event. Learn more here.
‘Asbury Park’ Unveiled
Last week, Kindley Assisted Living celebrated the completion of a beautiful new mural in its memory care neighborhood. The artist, Susan Kekeris, is a family member of a Kindley resident. In her dedication remarks, she cited associates’ “endless patience, humor and … gentle compassion.” See Susan’s full remarks and a video of the mural’s progression.
Tour the Magnolia
With two bedrooms, eat-in kitchen, dining area, and a bright and cheery sunroom, the Wallace Apartments’ Magnolia is truly spacious. Closely connected to the Hefner Community Building and Blue Note Bistro, as well as the campus’ tennis courts and community gardens, the Wallace Apartments make it easy to stay connected and active. Tour the Magnolia here.