Activities

A calendar of your own creation, drawn from infinite possibilities.

At Meadow Ridge, a senior living community, we offer an endless variety of activities for your entertainment and enlightenment. Each month, you will receive a new calendar filled with intellectually and physically stimulating opportunities. Many activities take place right here at Meadow Ridge, but we also make plenty of excursions to cities near and far.

As a resident of Meadow Ridge, you are encouraged to participate in any number of pursuits that appeal to you. Meadow Ridge plans some 60-75 programs each week, and we are always open to suggestions for new events. We want to ensure that you find each day engaging and fulfilling.

We honor and respect your personal preferences for community participation. While many diversions are available at our vital senior living community, you are never pressured to take part in any event.

Here are a few of the unique and exciting possibilities at Meadow Ridge!

On-site opportunities:

  • Art classes
  • Bird watching
  • Book clubs and discussion groups
  • Bridge tournaments
  • Croquet and bocce ball matches
  • Tennis courts
  • Tai Chi, yoga and exercise classes
  • Fishing
  • Gardening groups
  • Lectures and seminars
  • Musical programs
  • Nature hikes
  • Philosophy class
  • Poker games
  • Psychology class
  • Weekly movies
  • Watch parties (gather to enjoy your favorite college or professional sports teams on our big-screen TV)
  • Water aerobics

Off-site trips:

  • Concerts
  • Museums
  • Historic sites
  • Ballet performances
  • Lectures and seminars
  • Local Redding events
  • New York, New Haven and Boston
  • Science attractions
  • Shopping (local and big city)
  • Sight-seeing adventures
  • Theatre

For more details about current happenings at Meadow Ridge, give us a call at 203-544-7777 or toll free at 877-544-8100. We would love to have you join us.


 

Senior Couple Enjoying Walk Together
“It’s so freeing to be able to shed all the worries of maintaining my home and instead take up my hobbies again with all the time in the world to fine-tune them.”