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8 Ways to Stay Active When the Weather Changes

8 Ways to Stay Active When the Weather Changes

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817September 10, 20198 Ways to Stay Active When the Weather ChangesThe thought of cooler temperatures – maybe even a nip of frost in the air – can sound awfully refreshing after the oppressive, muggy heat of summer. It’s also a time when many...

Life Care: A Full Continuum of Care as You Age

Life Care: A Full Continuum of Care as You Age

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817July 15, 2019Life Care: A Full Continuum of Care as You AgeToday’s senior living communities are not your grandma’s senior living communities. It’s no surprise that Baby Boomers have been changing everything about senior living, just as...

Celebrating Art at the Allentown Art Festival

Celebrating Art at the Allentown Art Festival

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817September 10, 20198 Ways to Stay Active When the Weather ChangesThe thought of cooler temperatures – maybe even a nip of frost in the air – can sound awfully refreshing after the oppressive, muggy heat of summer. It’s also a time when many...

7 Ways to Stay Physically Active During the Winter Months

7 Ways to Stay Physically Active During the Winter Months

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817July 15, 2019Life Care: A Full Continuum of Care as You AgeToday’s senior living communities are not your grandma’s senior living communities. It’s no surprise that Baby Boomers have been changing everything about senior living, just as...

January Home of the Month: Penthouse City Living from The Buffalo News

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817May 14, 2019Celebrating Art at the Allentown Art FestivalArt is an integral part of living a well-balanced life. And this June, Buffalo area seniors – and art enthusiasts of all kinds – will partake in two days of inspiration and...

Buffalo celebrates its Irish roots

Buffalo enjoys a strong Irish tradition, and this month, everyone is wearing their Irish hearts on their sleeves.

Buffalo’s been named one of the Top 10 best cities in the country to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. That’s not surprising, since Buffalo is full of Irish restaurants, bars, entertainers, musicians, dancers, festivals, clubs and businesses. The United Irish American Association puts on an amazing St. Pat’s Day parade that proceeds along Delaware Avenue; this year it’s on March 20th, and tens of thousands of spectators are expected. The Buffalo Irish Center, which promotes Irish culture, is a focal point for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, including a traditional Irish breakfast March 17 and civic luncheon March 18.

#OneGatesCircle: Transforming What You Believe About Retirement Living

#OneGatesCircle: Transforming What You Believe About Retirement Living

(716) 929-5817 (716) 929-5817March 12, 20197 Ways to Stay Physically Active During the Winter MonthsWinter is fun during the holiday season, but by the time we get to March, most of us are feeling some serious cabin fever. Between snow, cold and short days, this is...

The Changing Face of Retirement: Urban Living

The Changing Face of Retirement: Urban Living

There’s a reason why many of today’s retirees are choosing urban locales. Actually, there are lots of reasons! From the opportunities for entertainment and engagement to proximity to resources most sought after during the retirement years, urban cities have much to offer an aging population.

Buffalo’s Dyngus Day celebrates spring and Polish heritage

On the Monday after Easter, we are finally free from the constraints of Lent, so why not have a party? The folks in Poland thought that was a good idea, and for centuries, theyve celebrated on Easter Monday. Polish communities in America have continued the tradition. In places like Chicago, Cleveland and Pittsburgh with large Polish-American population, people mark the end of Lent and the arrival of spring on Dyngus Day with feasting, flirtation and festivities. But when it comes to Dyngus Day festivals, Buffalo is the unofficial Dyngus Day capital of America! This year, Dyngus Day is April 17th. 

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