Activities for Seniors Things to Do at Lake McIntosh Park
Located just outside the bustling metropolis of Atlanta, Peachtree City offers the best of both worlds: ready access to all the conveniences of life in a big city, but with beautiful green space and lakefront views. If you're contemplating retirement here, Peachtree City offers abundant activities for seniors of all ages, interests, and ability levels. Lake McIntosh Park is the pride of this small oasis outside of Atlanta. It’s open to the public, and provides the only public access point to Lake McIntosh.
Senior Activities What Active Seniors Should Know about The Gathering Place
Seniors planning a retirement in Peachtree City have much to look forward to: meticulously landscaped lawns, a community where everyone really does get to know one another, and sprawling waterfront vistas. Enjoy fishing, golfing, and curling up under a tree with a good book. The pace of life is a little slower here. In fact, many neighbors prefer driving on golf carts to cars, and the sidewalks are specifically adapted to this purpose.
Activities for Seniors 6 Senior-Friendly Events Happening on the Fourth of July
The state of Georgia is slowly reopening, but thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, large gatherings remain unsafe. Most cities, Peachtree City included, have canceled or postponed Fourth of July events like parades and fireworks. That doesn’t mean you have to spend the holiday holed up in your house, without even a hint of festive celebration. These senior-friendly events can make even a quarantined Independence Day feel unique while connecting you to the people you love most.
Activities for Seniors, Senior Events 3 Activities for Seniors at the Peachtree City Library
Peachtree City is full of activities for seniors, whether you’re taking in the sights and sounds of the Peachtree City Farmers Market or enjoying a walk around Lake Peachtree. It’s the perfect spot to curl up with a good book and relax near the water or under a tree.
On May 14, Keller Williams teams worldwide shut their agency doors to commemorate RED Day, an annual tradition of renewing, energizing and donating to the communities in which they serve. Team members made their way to the doorstep of Arbor Terrace Peachtree City, bringing flower donations to brighten the day of the residents and add a touch of spring to the community.
Senior Activities 5 Things for Seniors to do Near Peachtree City, GA
With its fresh air, quiet community life, exceptional schools, and stunning landscaping, Peachtree City remains Atlanta’s premier planned community. People move here because they want to get to know their neighbors, escape traffic and smog, and enjoy quiet living with all the conveniences of city life. Activities for seniors are abundant in Peachtree City, but you have to know where to look. Here are our picks for the best way to spend your retirement in this inviting community.
active seniors How Seniors Can Stay Active in Atlanta
Atlanta has the perfect mix of Southern charm and big-city excitement, giving residents and visitors alike plenty of reasons to fall in love with the food, music, shopping, and diverse experiences it offers around every corner. With many older adults choosing to retire in urban areas for easy access to transportation, world class physicians, and activities, it’s no wonder that Atlanta has become one of the country’s top retirement destinations.
Resources for Senior Citizens Hear it Firsthand: 3 Part Series to Navigate YOUR Big Decisions
Big decisions don't have to be made in a day, and that includes deciding on a senior living option. At the Arbor Company, our commitment is to give you all the resources you need to make YOUR right decision—at a pace that is best for you. There's no time better than now to start thinking about it and determine if senior living is the right step for your family.
Community News Ice Cream Program Reconnects Resident with Former Student
Call it kismet, serendipity, or a “God wink.” An Arbor Terrace resident recently experienced one of those crazy twists of fate that seem like more than just coincidence. A little background: Beginning in August, residents of Arbor Terrace Peachtree City have served as volunteers for an ice cream program in partnership with a nearby school, Oak Grove Elementary. Children at Oak Grove can purchase ice cream after they have eaten their lunch, with proceeds benefitting the school. But principal Dr. Felecia Spicer had a problem: not enough volunteers to staff the sale every day. Arbor Terrace agreed to supply the volunteers.