Old Norse Lodge's Harvest Festival Brings Smiles and Community Together
Old Norse Lodge recently hosted a Harvest Festival that brought residents, family members, and friends under one roof. The event was a testament to the spirit of generosity and camaraderie that defines the care home.
In the days leading up to the Harvest Festival, the dedicated efforts of Joan, Wendy, and Winnie, alongside the Lifestyle Assistant Julie, set the stage for a meaningful event. Together, they prepared baskets for the donations of food, filling them with essential items that would go on to make a difference in the lives of others. The act of giving was already well underway, reflecting the caring nature of our residents.
The highlight of the afternoon was the presence of the talented singer, Emma Kelsey, who serenaded everyone with her enchanting voice. Emma's music had the power to touch hearts and souls, inviting all to join in and sing along. The joyous sounds of voices raised in harmony filled the room.
As the Harvest Festival unfolded, it became evident that everyone present was thoroughly enjoying themselves, judging by the smiles on the faces of all. The event was a beautiful reminder of the sense of community that flourishes at Old Norse Lodge, where every resident, family member, and friend is considered extended family.
The Harvest Festival wasn't just about the fall harvest; it was also a time to celebrate the love, friendship, and kindness that make our community special. Throughout the day, we enjoyed music, and filled the air with laughter, reminding everyone that in this community, every moment is a chance to come together and be thankful.
At Old Norse Lodge, we cherish the moments that bring us together, and the Harvest Festival was a shining example of our commitment to creating a warm and welcoming environment for our residents and their loved ones.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
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