We had a very successful concert last week with our resident and Grammy award winner, David Samuels and David Friedman from Double Image. They have been electrifying audiences since 1973 alongside artists like Bobby McFerrin, George Benson and Spyrogyra and did not disappoint us! The marimba masters and vibraphone virtuosos brought their mallet magic to […]
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Staying healthy is important at any age. Eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, and getting regular medical check-ups is important. For seniors, both prevention and early detection are the best defense against illness and disease because ones health can change in an instant if you are not proactivly caring for yourself. The students from Sacred Heart University […]
We had the opportunity to enjoy a sedar with Rabi Suri. Her mission includes building bridges between communities and people of different faiths by learning, singing and enjoying together.
Our resident enjoyed some sweet treats from the Easter bunny!
We had the pleasure of spending time with our Chef as he taught our residents easy ways to decorate Easter cookies. We also got to taste them! Life at the Watermark is quite great!
Our residents have the pleasure of participating in an Art Therapy program in the Gardens with Art Therapist Clare Chapman. This group meets once a month
We had the opportunity to sharpen our Yiddish and reconnect with the language of our youth. This class was presented by one of our residents, Fran Weiss!
Our residents enjoyed a presentation from Kayti as she showed off her sewing creations. She shared where her talent originated and what inspired her to sew. She even shared with us creations from when she was a teenager!
Our residents joined Carol Cortina on a journey of Madame Alexander’s dolls from the 1950’s. Our residents learned about the founder Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman and how her collection and interest began.
We have the pleasure of experiencing a wine trail with tastings right here in our pub once a month. Jon leads us through different countries, regions and local vineyards exploring the differences between various ports.
We had a great celebration today in The Inn. We celebrated all the birthdays in March!
What an amazing week here at The Watermark! Everyone was Irish this week in our community! We had a special themed dinner, shared irish traditions and culture and enjoyed watching local Irish dancers step dance!
The Watermark is fortunate to have Paul Janensch as a resident at our community. To read the full article about Mr. Janensch’s memory of the Selma March published on www.courier-journal.com on Friday, March 6th, 2015, please click here. Fifty years ago, I was standing about 10 feet from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a lawman wearing […]
The Watermark at 3030 has heart. Today to celebrate National Wear Red Day residents and associates came together to bake and raise funds for the American Heart Association and Bridgeport’s Daughters of Charity. We continue to be proud of the hard work and efforts put forth by our community members.
We spent a great day in the city! The cold didn’t keep us away from exporing the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
We are so proud of the outstanding team members working at The Watermark at 3030. Our associates are committed to providing continuing care and service to our residents. Many slept over, while others braved slippery road conditions driving and walking to work. Thank you all for your dedication and commitment!
Author, Mary-Lou Weissman, shares the inspiration for her best seller, “My Middle-Aged Baby Book” at today’s Book and Author presentation. Mary-Lou Weisman is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author. Her published books include My Baby Boomer Baby Book; Traveling While Married; My Middle-Aged Baby Book: A Record of Milestones, Millstones & Gallstones; and Intensive Care: […]
Our residents enjoyed a beautiful Fall day on the Essex Steam Train enjoying the Fall Foliage! Thank you Mother Nature!
Our residents had an amazing venture to the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk, CT yesterday. You can see our resident, May Sancibrian, enjoying the Jelly Fish.
Our residents were escorted by our Watermark driver to the New York Botanical Gardens last week. We had a beautiful day. Just another reason why living here is full of life’s wonderful experiences.
Our residents spent their Tuesday night touring a new local hot spot, Two Roads Brewing Company. They had a personalized tour to educate them on the history of the building in Stratford and the entire Beer Making Process. The best part….they got to enjoy samples of all the different beers produced locally.
We had the pleasure of experiencing a Butterfly release on our balcony yesterday. Esmail Dezhbod, a Bereavement Manager and Chaplain, from Vitas was with us to guide us through the release and to meet with our residents.
We wanted to share with you some great photos of our residents enjoying the Yale Museum of British Art. A great day trip for our residents!
Congratulations to our team in the Springs. We received a 5 star overall rating on Medicare.Gov!!!!
We had the pleasure of meeting Gracie today. She was visiting our resident Esther Siegel. She is a 4 month old, female, Golden Retriever! .
Rain or Shine our residents are always having fun in our indoor heated swimming pool. We have a Water Volley Ball game every Friday from 1:00-2:00 followed by an Ice Cream Social!
The Watermark residents had the pleasure of spending time with some furry friends from our local Beardsley Park Zoo. The Zoo Educator, Jackie Westlein, shared her expertise on various animals and their life at the Zoo.
Rabbi Suri, A professor from Sacred Heart University, joined us for a traditional Sedar to celebrate Passover