Settling into Winter

Winter can be a tough go here in Canada but we do our best to beat the cold!  After an activity packed Christmas season it’s nice to adapt to bit of a slower pace as the new year opens.  We kept busy with pet therapy visits,  bowling, birthday parties, the Greenhouse café and all sorts of activities delivered by our Recreationists.

Resident Connie Swinton celebrated the publication of her new book From Tofield to the Top of the World. Carol marked the occasion with a lovely plant. See the Examiner article in our News Articles Page.  January brings out the Scottish in us all with Burns Day.  We had highland dancing but no haggis.

We value our volunteers and their dedication.

Two women smile for camera with little dog Woman holding little dog smiles for camera Standing woman behind seated woman smile for camera. Standing man and woman with seated woman smile for camera. 

Myra,Tayo and Sam    Tayo and Ros       Salva and Helen      Peter Rita  Doris bowl

Birthday Party for January/Book launch/ Robby Burns

Seated man and woman with a birthday balloon. Seated man and woman with birthday balloon.  Two seated women smile for camera. Two women one cutting cake and the other pouring juice in a kitchen.

Henders Day                                                                     Ina            Paige and Lynn

Two women seated in front of potted plant. Woman dressed in tartan outfit Scottish dancers dancing in kilts People watching scottish dancers in kilts

Carol/Connie              Highland Nancy          Scottish Dancers

Greenhouse Café

Woman seated at table with coffee and snack Man and woman at table enjoying coffee Two men seated at table enjoying coffee Man at table enjoying coffee

Betty                               Rena and John            Percy and Don             Don

Waiting For Spring

Potted plants in greenhouse  Greenhouse full of plants Garden gazebo in the snow