Eastcastle Place Invites Seniors to Art Presentation and Neighborhood Garden Tour

July 23, 2009

At Eastcastle Place, a vibrant senior living community located on Milwaukee’s East Side, residents and seniors in downtown Milwaukee are invited to an array of exciting events held throughout the year.

 

On Tuesday, July 28, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Eastcastle Place invites seniors to a “Museum of Wisconsin Art” presentation. The Museum Director will present highlights from the museum in West Bend, which is the state’s primary venue for the exhibition of historic and contemporary Wisconsin Art. It also includes the Wisconsin Art Archive, which contains more than 6000 files on Wisconsin art, artists and research.

 

On Friday, July 31, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Eastcastle Place invites seniors to join residents for a tour through the Eastcastle Place gardens. Afterwards, guests can enjoy a driving tour to view the beautiful gardens found within the East side neighborhood.

 

The events are free, and seniors must reserve a space. For more information and to make reservations, contact Ashley at (414) 963-8489. For more information and a complete listing of July events, visit www.eastcastleplace.com.

 

About Eastcastle Place

Founded as Milwaukee Protestant Home in 1884 by a group of public-spirited women, Eastcastle Place has earned an exemplary reputation by providing compassionate care to seniors throughout the metropolitan Milwaukee area. Along with Newcastle Place, its sister community in Mequon, Wis., Eastcastle Place is a continuing care retirement community that offers elegant and upscale independent living apartments and vast amenities. This vibrant senior community also offers assisted living, memory support, rehabilitation, and skilled care. For more information, visit www.Eastcastleplace.com.

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