Join Renee A. Sangrigoli, MD, FACC, as she leads an interactive discussion on heart failure. Dr. Sangrigoli will address different types of heart failure, evaluation, and up-to-date treatment options.
When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at 4:00PM (In the event of snow this event will take place on February 26, 2020 at 4:00PM)
Where: Pine Run Community Center Auditorium
777 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA 18901
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Pine Run Retirement Community’s Power Lunches offer prospective residents insight to the activities, programs, and services that focus on opportunities to join in and benefit from our signature lifestyle known as Healthy Living.
Healthy Living encompasses six dimensions of wellness – physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, and vocational – that are overlapping and bringing all the senses into full play.
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Pine Run Lakeview has an openheartedness all year ‘round that is especially sweet during the holidays when the momentum of festivities hits high gear.
The Lakeview Family Holiday Brunch, held on Saturday, December 7, brought all generations together to share in the traditions of the season and indulge in a Dickens themed feast. From sweet to savory, Lakeview’s Director of Dining Sharon Smith set a table that satisfied all cravings in a crowd that swelled to more than 200 people.
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A stroll through Pine Run feels like a cozy getaway in any season, and the holidays evoke an extra appreciation for its quaint ambience and lively vibe that brings out the best in all of us. After all, there aren’t many retirement communities that can boast a historic barn that serves as a backdrop for all kinds of events ranging from serious art to quirky fun.
Activity Coordinator Deb Amundson, the creative spark for inspired ideas on the campus, says the Polar Express Event, held on Saturday, December 7, was a popular happening for families at Pine Run as well as for neighbors in the know.
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Have you heard the term “Spinal Stenosis” and wondered what it is or if you may have it? Symptoms may include pain, numbness, muscle weakness, difficulty walking, impaired bowel or bladder control, among others. Or, there may be no symptoms at all.
Come hear Dr. Todd Bromberg of Delaware Valley Pain & Spine Institute speak on this important topic.
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Pine Run Retirement Community is proud to host its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Open to all families, the Fall Festival offers something for everyone. There are free attractions for children such as face painting, pumpkin decorating, a petting zoo, and a photo booth. Holiday shoppers will find quality gifts for sale including hand-crafted jewelry, ornaments, soaps, custom handbags, doll clothes, home accessories and soft knit baby sweaters and baby blankets. Cottage tours will be available along with a variety of food items including desserts. This event will take place rain or shine at 777 Ferry Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
The Angel Awards were created to recognize people for doing the right things for all the right reasons. At Pine Run, we think it is important to focus on the good that is all around us, and the awards were created to honor specific “good deeds” carried out by our employees as they go about performing their daily work routines.
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Party at Pine Run was replete with culinary delights, twinkling lights, and a dreamy dance by Villager Pat Fey and Champion Junior Dancer Jackson Brexler.
More than 100 partygoers circulated through food and beverage stations extending from the Art Barn to the deck overlooking the pond. Smoked salmon, Swedish meatballs, and abundant Scandinavian cheeses set on wood platters were the perfect complement to the summer solstice celebration held on the longest day of the year.
The happy crowd was drawn to the activity room for the grand finale: a dance to Frank Sinatra’s “The Way You Look Tonight” by Villager Pat Fey and Champion Junior Dancer Jackson Brexler. Their flawless spin capped a blissful start to the summer season.
To learn more about active living options at Pine Run, call Dan or Linda at 800-992-8992.