Activities and Entertainment for All Ages
The Reserve at Spring Hill is stepping out of the box and doing the cha-cha to the side. The senior living community will open in April and area residents will find this not-for-profit center does things a little differently. "We didn't want to have the standard open house with speech after speech. Instead, we opted to celebrate with a blow-out event for the whole family that is more carnival-like," explained Executive Director Sharon Warren.
The public will have the chance to find out what makes the center so unique when they tour the community, eat hand-scooped ice cream from the center's ice cream parlor, and play games while at the April 28 Free Family Fun Day festivities.
Hosted by The Reserve at Spring Hill, the grand opening on April 28 from 11-2 p.m. will feature country music by Sin Country, an inflatable slide, parking lot train rides, face painting, corn hole, and more. All activities, food, and entertainment are free for everyone! Additionally, children will have the chance to be entered into a drawing for Nashville Zoo tickets when they bring their favorite senior with them.
The Spring Hill Police Department will be on hand to complete child identification kits. Children can also "touch a truck" as a police cruiser and fire engine will be on site for kids to explore.
"Our focus is on keeping families together. A Family Fun Day is the perfect way to introduce families to our center since we know many local individuals will be coming to us for assisted living and skilled nursing. It is our hope that families become familiar with us long before they need our services so they can stay local for care," said Executive Director Sharon Warren.
Family Fun Day will be held on the campus of The Reserve at Spring Hill, 2000 Reserve Blvd. in Spring Hill. A short ceremony and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 11:30 a.m. with the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce
The Reserve at Spring Hill features 30 assisted living apartments and 68 spacious, private skilled nursing and long-term care suites. This modern-day community caters to the needs of seniors both in design and care for skilled nursing, rapid recovery rehabilitation, and short-term rehab therapy. In addition to long-term care, clinical programming is focused on orthopedic recovery and cardiopulmonary conditions such as CHF and COPD. Admissions are currently being accepted for assisted living and private pay long-term care. Contact Clinical Liaison Heidi Wolaver at (931) 698-0136 for more information about the community.