July 28th, 2022
On June 15, Eagan Pointe Senior Living celebrated its 7th anniversary! Typically, gifts for a copper anniversary are copper (?) and wool, to symbolize warmth. We felt all the love and warmth from residents during this special celebration that included fancy decorations, a delicious barbecue dinner, and a mega ice cream sundae dessert — served in a copper pot. ?
Here’s to the next seven years — and many, many more!
Some of our Eagan Pointe Senior Living residents recently kicked off their Sunday shoes and had a blast attending a performance at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.
Everybody cut “Footloose” for this amazing song and dance show that had us all dancing in our chairs and singing along to these oh-so-famous songs.
Eagan Pointe Senior Living residents recently had a little happy hour fun.
Louis played his harmonica along to the music and invited Barb and Mary Lou to dance. This trio surely put the “happy” in happy hour during this event!
Garden Cove residents at Eagan Pointe Senior Living prepared for summer flowers with some arts and crafts. We grabbed our brushes, tapped into our creativity, and added color and flair by painting flower pots.
Take a look at some of our residents — Jan M., Julia A., and Tom N. — flexing their artistic muscles.
Our Assisted Living and Independent Living residents at Eagan Pointe Senior Living prepared for the Fourth of July holiday weekend with some arts, crafts, and patriotic spirit. We created and decorated wreaths using clothes pins and red, white, and blue stars. ?⬜?⭐
Look at what these talented ladies made!
Red, white, blue, and YUM!
On July 1, we kicked off the Independence Day weekend with a Patriotic Happy Hour event at Eagan Pointe Senior Living. Residents wore red, white, and blue attire and enjoyed a variety of RW&B cocktails. The drinks we served included a Red Raspberry Martini, a White Summer Berry Punch, and a Blue Hawaiian.
We recently welcomed summer and gussied up our community by planting flowers in Garden Cove at Eagan Pointe Senior Living.
Dorothy, one of our residents, got some help from activity staff member Breanna to transfer some of these beautiful flowers to bigger pots, where they can grow and thrive. ??