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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.
Join us for a delicious donut-themed poolside barbecue luncheon and discover firsthand the delightful lifestyle at Mount Miguel! Chat with our residents, who will share insights on our engaging activities and amenities and why they chose to move to Mount Miguel. And don’t forget to bring your swimsuit—they’ll be fun donut pool floats to splash around on as well as delicious donuts to snack on!
Happiness Is A Choice You Make
June 21, 2019 – 10:30 am
Taken from his NYT series, “85 and Up,” John Leland’s latest book chronicles the year he spent with six people between the ages of 88 and 92. He’ll share the valuable lessons he learned from his experience—the most important being that joy and purpose do not end with age. Don’t miss this inspirational and transforming discussion. RSVP
Lunch and Learn
July 02, 2019 – 11:00 am
Never visited Mount Miguel Covenant Village? Join us for a taste of our welcoming lifestyle. Meet and mingle with friendly residents over a delicious chef-prepared lunch, tour our beautiful campus and discover all the benefits of our Continuing Care Retirement Community. Our luncheons fill quickly, so RSVP today!
Dinner with the Pacific Sound Brass Quintet!
July 19, 2019 – 4:45 pm
Dinner: 4:45 p.m. Concert: 6:00 p.m.
First-time visitors only, please. It’s a night filled with elegance and music at Mount Miguel! Enjoy a delicious chef-prepared dinner in our elegant dining room, followed with a performance by the Pacific Sound Brass Quartet in our inviting courtyard. A local group that has been performing since 2010, PSBQ’s exciting mix of music will delight and entertain you. It’s the perfect way to spend a lovely summer evening!
Some Mount Miguel residents recently traveled to Israel on a pilgrimage with residents from other Covenant communities. Water was brought back by the “Pilgrims” from Bethesda Springs, Jacob’s Well, the Dead Sea and the Jordan River. Chaplain Marc Bellaart recited several Bible readings in this moving ceremony, and there was a pause for reflection before the collected sacred waters were poured into Lake George. ... See moreSee less
You’ve probably heard it over and over, but research continues to show that following five simple healthy lifestyle habits makes a significant difference in life expectancy for both women and men, and the more of them you have, the longer you are likely to live.
The Annual Benefit Gala Supporting the Benevolent Care Fund was a great success. The gala, a celebration of unity and helping others, featured a concert and dinner. The elegant dinner was followed by teen musical prodigies Spencer Nelson on violin and Yulia Atoyan on piano. Residents and staff alike enjoyed the evening and we thank them for their time and donations to the Benevolent Care Fund! ... See moreSee less
As we celebrate Swedish culture throughout the month, we look to learn new words and create new traditions! Fika is a Swedish term meaning “to have coffee.” Residents enjoyed a fika celebration with pastries and cookies, as well as new friends to have conversations with!
Ready to be impressed? Resident Ted Sundquist set a new American record on May 2, 2019 on the Concept2 Indoor Rower in the heavyweight men 90 to 99 division, rowing 2 hours, 23 minutes, 44.9 seconds.
Ted has logged approximately 7.5 million meters since he started rowing on a machine, and entered data into the online logbook. He’s also rowed on water, in many types of craft, from lifeboats to sculls. He compares his performance with others around the globe based on age, sex, weight, and distance.
No other American ninety-year-old has ever rowed a half-marathon before. His goal was 2 hours, 40 minutes and he was pleased with his time, which is only approximately 37 minutes behind the world record holder from Australia. ... See moreSee less
Imagine working in a community setting, where staff and residents care for each other and make a difference in one another’s lives! Working at a Covenant community means being a part of a greater organization of caring, dedicated team members. Meet Fitness Coordinator Jennifer Carlsen, from our sister community Covenant Village of Northbrook. Jennifer makes a great impact in the lives of residents each and every day!