Accompanied by our Director of Recreation, our residents at Walden Circle enjoyed a beautiful sunny day at Brueckner Rhododendron Park for a scenic walk in Port Credit, Mississauga. Situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, the unique microclimate and [Read more]
On August 1st, 2019, Walden Circle Retirement Community celebrated a 100th birthday milestone! We honoured our Centenarian with plenty hugs, warm wishes, sweet treats, and a special roast beef dinner in our beautiful Activity Room! Staff, friends, and family joined [Read more]
On Wednesday, July 24th, our Walden Residents enjoyed a scenic excursion to the Terre Bleu, Ontario’s largest lavender farm! Our residents enjoyed exploring the beautiful and serene landscape followed by a stop at the local shop to browse through handcrafted [Read more]
Wednesday, July 17th Walden Circle showed their appreciation for all staff with a Summer Time party! Bright, Decorations, Music, BBQ Buffet, Games, Caricaturist, Henna Artist, Hand Massages, Prizes and a fabulous balloon back drop for our photo booth! Take a [Read more]
A few of our Walden Circle residents enjoying a hot cup of good ol’ Tim Horton’s coffee and Timbits! We hope you had a fantastic holiday weekend!
June 21st, 2019 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day, and at Walden Circle we recognized the native community with our residence participating in the traditional, “Smudging Ceremony”, led by one of our fantastic housekeeping members, Rebecca Burke. Residents and staff at [Read more]
This month at Walden Circle, we extended a warm welcome to their furry friends from Hands on Exotics! Take a look below for some captured moments with our residents. Be sure to scroll and learn some fun facts about the [Read more]
“Flowers are like friends; They bring color to your world.” As we get ready to spring clean, and embrace the warmer weather that is to come, Walden Circle drew 4 lucky residents from our May draw to win their complimentary [Read more]
Take a look at wonderful residents, Kay and Maryann working on the fresh cut flowers for our dining room tables. The ladies did a fabulous job and our team thanks them for their support & dedication!
High Tea The British tradition of High Tea began in the mid 1700s as an afternoon meal usually served in the late evening. Initially, it was a meal for the working class that came home, taken standing up or sitting [Read more]