Club Keystone–A Symbol of Our Commitment
As a symbol of our commitment to provide our residents with a happier, healthier and more active lifestyle, Keystone Senior presents Club Keystone. This club, available at no charge to all Keystone Senior residents, provides the basis for all activities and events at our communities.
Club Keystone activities include the many and varied programs, events, physical, educational and social activities every day at Keystone Senior. However, as a Club Keystone member, you will experience so much more. Want to get involved as a volunteer? We will help arrange that for you. Always wanted to take piano or painting lessons? Let us help set that up. Interested in a riverboat gambling trip? Let’s do it! French lessons? Oui, Mademoiselle. We could go on, but you get the point. As a Club Keystone member not only will you be able to take part in the many group activities offered at your community, but you will know you can count on us to help you pursue whatever your interests are.
Van transportation to grocery stores every Monday am. All Medical appointments on Monday PM and Tuesday and Thursday. Transportation available for Church services at two different churches on Sunday.
Full service beauty salon ( barber) manicures and pedicures on campus Tuesday through Friday.
Resident Council Meeting once a month.
Restaurant dining Monday through Sunday, for lunch and dinner with a continental breakfast every morning and special Brunch on Saturday.
Weight Room open 24/7.
The Garden Belles women’s club meets monthly to plan activities and once a month to have a luncheon, tea parties, have fundraisers to give charities, or out to a picnic and have fun. We socialize and raise money also.
The Men’s Club have coffee hours to discuss plans to go out for luncheons and special trips that are requested by the men in the group.
Poetry Club meets once a month and people share the poetry they have written or special poems that mean something to the person, a favorite poet or poem.
La Table Francaise is a French group that gets together once a month to enjoy French food, wine and sharing French conversation and song.
We have a knitting group that have knit squares to send to “Blankets over America” to be made into blankets for the needy. They are now starting to make knit hats for local school Children.
We have Rosary once a week that is well attended.
Once a month we have an ecumenical service which is well attended also.
Yoga is taught to residents by a licensed teacher who is also an expert in senior fitness.
Chair Exercise is a twice a week activity with Reenie or another teacher.
Weight Training and Conditioning is a weekly program with a certified teacher in senior fitness who teaches how to use the various machines and supervises the use of the machines.
Walking Club meets once or twice a week weather permitting to go out and walk.`
We have the Wilbraham Women’s Chorus coming on May 10th. Sarah Michel will play her fiddle for Mother’s Day lunch. Special Slides about Death Valley will be shown by a Resident’s Daughter about their trip to Death Valley on May 14th. We will be having a craft Show on May 16th. Another slide by Roger Hart on American Pride will happen on May 21st. Dave Colucci will sing patriotic songs during our Memorial Day Picnic on May 27th.
6. TRIPS OUT:
We will be going to the following restaurants and stores this month;
Max’s Burgers on 5/1
Lunch at Kringle Candle before touring the candle factory 5/8
Munich Haus on 5/22
Crazy Jake’s on 5/24
Randall’s for ice cream on 5/29
Judy’s Restaurant for lunch and to trader Joe’s on 5/31
Walmart on 5/3
Macy’s on 5/10
Flower Sale on 5/4
Smoothies on 5/5
patio garden and drinks 5/18
Root Beer or Orange Soda ice cream floats o 5/19
Make your own sundaes
Jewelry Sale (Silpada) on 5/28
Hair and Beauty with a hairdresser 5/20
Massage with Ginny 5/3
Relaxation to music on 5/17
Beltone Hearing comes once a month, this month on 5/9
A special Eye Matters on 5/2
Movies are available every weekend and any other time on request This month we will have Lincoln and Les Mis.
Bingo 3 times a week
Cards every night
Puzzles, scrabble and dominoes 24/7
US History twice a week in May
Reminisce on 5/28