If you have any questions about our activities, please contact us. We strive to keep our communities vibrant and active. Click the link to the Activity calendar. Calendar PDF
One of the great things about Liberty Colerain is that we love to take our residents on fun-filled outings. So, we took a beautiful Fall day last month and visited Parky's Farm in Hamilton County. It's a fully functional farm that allows visitors to see traditional animals in the barnyard and also visit their orchard and garden. As you can see, it was a great day to be outside and everyone had a wonderful time!
Our community decided to squeeze a little bit more out of summer as the season draws to a close. We celebrated with our very own Hawaiian Luau. Residents and guests kicked back on our "beach" and enjoyed wonderful music and sipped refreshing punch.
While the weather is still so nice, our residents take full advantage of the patio for their early mornings. It's a great, relaxing space to enjoy some fun arts and crafts activities.
As you can imagine, our guys are fond of getting out of the facility for some guys only time. This month we visited Quaker Steak and Lube and had a wonderful meal. We shared lots of laughs, watched some sports and loved the great food!
Last month, Captain Larry "Jack" Sparrow sailed into our facility to visit with the residents! Rather than pillage our facility, he taught us lots of trivia about piracy: how it started, tidbits about famous pirates, and most importantly...how to be a pirate. It was such an entertaining and educational visit. We look forward with great pleasure to having the Captain return this way soon.
The first Sunday of every month, we have volunteers that bring in therapy dogs to visit our residents. Gandolff and Bucko are the two that come into our facility this weekend. They always bring smiles to our resident's faces.
Our residents enjoyed watching our very own Red Legs this weekend while enjoying delicious root beer floats. We cheered on our Cincinnati Reds and enjoyed each others company this past weekend.
Nothing says Hello to spring like celebrating the Cincinnati Red's opening day. We grilled out hamburger's and enjoyed live music. We will root root root for our home team all season long.
For our Mother's Day Celebration, we enjoyed live entertainment, apple pie and non-alcoholic Sangria. The residents sang along and enjoyed each others company. We wore fancy hats and danced with the music.
No holiday is too small to celebrate. For Cinco de Mayo, we enjoyed tortilla chips with an assortment of dips to choose from along with non-alcoholic margaritas of all flavors.