RSVP here for events at Mount Miguel Covenant Village.
From art exhibits to downsizing events to barbeques on the patio, come discover the exciting side of senior living. RSVP now for an upcoming event, meet our friendly residents and see our campus firsthand.
Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid with Joshua Myers
July 24, 2018 – 10:30 am
Don’t miss this informative and entertaining presentation by Joshua Myers, Staff Attorney of Covenant Trust Company. He’ll share examples of common estate planning mistakes and how to avoid them so you can preserve your assets for your future and family. Refreshments will be served.
Sweet Somethin's: Music, Magic & More Music
August 06, 2018 – 5:30 pm
Coffee, Dessert & Conversation at 5:30 p.m. Show begins at 6:00 p.m.
Join our friendly residents for conversation and indulgent desserts followed by a fun evening filled with music and magic. Bring your best singing voice to join in on your favorite songs and a keen eye to spot the sleight of hand. Seating is extremely limited, so RSVP today!
Hawaiian Luau Dinner
August 16, 2018 – 4:15 pm
Dinner at 4:15 p.m. Dancers at 6:30 p.m.
Aloha! Join us for a memorable night of food, music and dancing at Mount Miguel. Enjoy a traditional island feast—kalua pork, huli-huli chicken and tropical sunset punch— while spirited hula and fire dancers provide entertainment and excitement!
Minimize Your Taxes, Maximize Your Financial Wellbeing with Covenant Trust CPA and Tax Advisor Linda Kanter
September 04, 2018 – 10:30 am
Ensuring our future financial health is important even into our retirement. Join Linda Kanter, CPA, and tax advisor to Covenant Trust Company to learn about the impact of the new tax law and discuss best strategies for minimizing taxes for retirees.
Optimal Nutrition As We Age with William J. Evans, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center Adjunct Professor of Medicine
September 21, 2018 – 10:00 am
In this enlightening presentation, Dr. Evans will explain how nutritional needs change as you age and what you should be eating for the rest of your life. Learn what foods preserve muscle and reduce fat, how to properly read a nutrition label, and what you can do to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Evans has testified before the United States Senate Special Committee on Aging and his research has been featured on 20/20, NOVA and in The New York Times.
RSVP and attend for a chance to win a copy of Evans’ book, Biomarkers: The Ten Keys to Prolonging Vitality!
Daniel Thomas, AARP's Healthy Living Chef, recently shared five easy tips for making healthier choices when eating. Chef Thomas discovered these tried and true tips while helping his father avoid diabetes through careful nutrition - the results were amazing. Read more in the article below: ow.ly/yxEV30kRRb7... See moreSee less
Meet resident and skilled photographer Howard Nielsen! Howard's portfolio of work spans far and wide, from Cartegena, Colombia to our very own Sweetwater Reservoir. Howard said, "For many reasons, moving to Mount Miguel Covenant Village four years ago was probably the third best decision of my life, after accepting Christ and marrying my wife. Photography has been joyful, expressive part of my whole adult life. Here at MMCV, not only am I encouraged through multiple opportunities to show my work, but I'm provided with endless, wonderful shooting opportunities right here on this beautiful campus. How blessed we are!" Thank you for sharing, Howard! #CreativityAtCRC ... See moreSee less
Our scenic community offers a beautiful campus, personable employees, and a welcoming neighborhood of residents! View our photo gallery, and then schedule a tour to see the community for yourself. ow.ly/Jku630kWFRk... See moreSee less
"A study by professors Julianne Holt-Lunstad and Timothy Smith of Brigham Young University found that prolonged social isolation is as harmful to health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and is more harmful than obesity." Learn more about the effects of isolation by reading this article from AARP. ... See moreSee less
We’re happy to share the work of yet another talented quilter: Meet Resident Mary Barkman! This piece titled “Convergence” was inspired by Mary’s love of Minnesota lilacs. Beautiful work, Mary!! #CreativityAtCRC ... See moreSee less
Meet resident Patsy Ford, a prolific seamstress and quilter! Pictured with Patsy are an array of quilts, tea cozies, nuka bowls (for hot bowls out of the microwave) and pill holders. Patsy sews several hours a day and donates all of her creations to charity. #CreativityAtCRC ... See moreSee less
Studies show that the imagination and creativity of older adults can flourish in later life, helping them to realize unique, unlived potentials, even when suffering from Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. Creative expression provides seniors with multiple benefits, not the least of which is enhanced cognitive function. ow.ly/U8nv30kRKZd... See moreSee less
Making the move to a retirement community? The reality of having to deal with all the belongings you’ve accumulated over the years may be daunting. These five steps can help you move past those feelings and help jump-start the downsizing process! ow.ly/Hn2830kJzUn... See moreSee less
When people begin to think about retirement, they often start contemplating moving to a retirement community or “downsizing” to a smaller, more manageable home. This process can be overwhelming and lead to procrastination, but it doesn't have to. Jump-start the process with these 5 steps.