Peeking Over The Fence

We still have lots to do, but we couldn’t wait to share a sneak-peek of the Windsong Sensory Garden with you.  The hard workers have just finished the hardscaping and have started on the planting material and by this time next week, we should have all the finishing touches in place.  Can’t wait to show you!

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Annual Waterford Strawberry Social!

Our Annual Strawberry Social was truly a hit! Residents, family and friends were welcome to come and enjoy some BERRY good treats and also to see our lovely Phase II building. the Social was hosted in the NEW Cataraqui Lounge, WOW! What a stunning new addition to our beautiful home. Thank You to all who came to celebrate! Was a fabulous day! Stay tuned for our next social event!

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Old MacDonald has a farm but West Winds has a Ranch!

Nothing says summer like a fun trip to the ranch! We enjoyed a lovely day for a picnic lunch and then a lovely visit with some farm animals. Thanks again Allie for hosting us and for a wonderful day!  We look forward to our annual visit next year!

 

 

Summer Fun at the Waterford!

We have enjoyed some wonderful moments here at the Waterford this summer so far! With nature walk, picnics and more, we are taking advantage of the lovely summer weather!  Check out our July trips, outings and events in our July issue of The Dolphin!

 

The Amazing “Quilt Of Belonging” was here in Kingston!

The Quilt of Belonging is  a 120 foot (36 metres) long collaborative textile art project, a richly hued portrait of the human family. Its 263 blocks portray the rich cultural legacies of all the First Peoples in Canada and every nation of the world at the dawn of the new Millennium.  Esther Bryan, Quilt of Belonging’s founding artist and coordinator, has been awarded the Governor General’s Meritorious Service Medal, to honour her service to Canada. The Meritorious Service Decorations were created by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to recognize an individual for a remarkable achievement accomplished over a limited period of time. The presentation ceremony will be at Rideau Hall in the coming year.  We enjoyed the exhibit so much and had a lovely time hearing Esther share the story of her journey. If you hear of the quilt coming to a city near you – make sure you go and take in this amazing work of art.

 

 

 

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