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AUTUMN INSPIRATION



Check out these autumn-inspired arts and crafts created by  Azpira Place of Lake Zurich’s  super creative residents!

Paint, Brushes... ACTION!

The making of  Azpira Place of Lake Zurich ’s  giant action painting inspired lots of laughs among the artists and one painter to break into a happy dance! 
Watch Lake Zurich’s residents in action and see the masterpiece they created.


Dirty Your Hands, Clear Your Mind

Making clay mug masterpieces at Pottery Lane provided a change of scenery, creative outlet and a hand-strengthening workout for  Azpira Place of Breton residents. 

After glazing their pieces this week, seeing the smiles of these fabulous ladies made my day.”  
~Kelly, Pottery Lane

Vincenza's FOCACCIA BREAD

Azpira Place of Lake Zurich  resident Vincenza shared her family-favorite, homemade focaccia bread with her Azpira family when she whipped up a few loaves with Culinary Host Renee to be served in the bistro. The kitchen is always open to resident cooks and bakers!

HALLOWEEN FUN


Moms and kids from the  International MOMS Club  of Kentwood, Cascade and Caledonia visited  Azpira Place of Breton   residents to share Halloween fun decorating jack-o'-lanterns.
A Sample of Spain
While studying Spain for the monthly signature World Tour program,  Azpiral Place of Lake Zurich  residents dined on traditional Spanish tapas. 

Photobombing Grandma Finds
INSTA-FAME at 71

Andy Weitzberg of Buffalo Grove, IL, admits that she feels recharged and reinvigorated as a new social media star. “You stop thinking about how old you’re getting,” explains the grandmother of four. “You just do it and the energy feeds on itself.”

It's Not Too Late to
GET SOCIAL , ONLINE!

Don’t be surprised if grandpa starts to follow you on Instagram and Twitter! Many people his age – 65 and older – are moving high-speed toward more digitally connected lives. Online, many older adults are drawn to social media sites that can help them connect with family and friends, exchange ideas and information and learn new things.  
Learn what older adults “like” about social networking.

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Pathway to Living is bringing you closer to the people you love! See what fun your elders are up to with frequent photo posts from all Pathway to Living communities.    

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