Residents & their families having some outdoor fun with games at our Annual Family Picnic!
Grand River Country performed another great show for us too!
Senior residents helping children at our 2nd Annual ‘We Walk for Jessica’s Footprint’,
fundraiser for paediatric brain cancer research at Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital.
Everyone enjoyed themselves with musician John Parnall
at our June Birthday Party … very funny & entertaining!
|Residents made beautiful centrepiece arrangements for family & friends to enjoy at our Easter Dinner.||Volunteers, staff & residents were entertained by the Music & Magic show with Don Robertson at our Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. He had a few tricks up his sleeve, including his delightful vocal talents!|
|Fiesta Fun on Mexico in March Day- swinging at the pinata , pin the tail on the donkey &
La Papa Caliente were enjoyed
|A hot Mexican feast is just what was needed
on a cold day
|Enjoying an afternoon Valentine’s Social, later followed by a delectable Chinese New Year celebration meal||Residents celebrate during the Olympics, kicking off the events with a torch walk of our own|
Todd from the Guelph Pipe Band helps Heritage ‘pipe in the Haggis’ on Robbie Burns Day.
Santa gives a gift & takes a picture with all at Heritage House
Our 2nd Annual Red Hat Social was another success
“The Classics” had everyone entertained & laughing at our Annual Alzheimer’s Society
Fundraiser & Grandparent’s Day Celebration!
“Residents walked for over an hour to help raise money and awareness for the annual
“Walk in the Park” for Jessica’s Footprint. The more laps they did, the more sponsors gave.
It was a great day of senior’s helping children!”
Annual Family Picnic on Father’s Day
Everyone loves the water balloon toss at our Annual Family Picnic on Father’s Day
Flowers from Our Garden
Grandmas, mothers, and daughters enjoyed an afternoon of good company, desserts and music at the Mother�s Day Social!
The No Name Band kept us entertained and laughing at our April Volunteer Appreciation
“Grand River Country showed us a Good Ol’ time at our Shamrock Social!”
“We all had a lovely time at the Valentine’s Day Party with entertainer Sharon Van Manen”
“Bruce Herron (a.k.a. Elvis) Rocks Away the Winter Blues at Heritage House”
“To cure the dreary January, we held our very own Hawaiian Day- and what a day in paradise it was! As you walked into the dining room, which was filled with tiki lights, pineapples and palm trees, you were greeted with a smile and a colourful Hawaiian lei. From there, you sat down to enjoy a special Luau meal complete with exotic fruits, Volcanic punch, and Hawaiian Delight dessert, all the while listening to Hawaiian music. And as if that wasn�t enough to warm up our day, a very special guest then rocked away our winter blues … ELVIS! Shakin and twistin� in his white jumpsuit, Elvis had the staff and residents dancing in their grass skirts! It�s a day we�ll soon not forget! Thank you again to everyone for making it truly memorable.”
“Santa visited our Christmas party and put a joyous smile on all our faces! We promise to be good so you’ll come back next year!
Thank you Santa!”
“Residents of Heritage House enjoy their first Red Hat Social Tea – all donning red & purple along with a special hat of their own! Such a good time was had by all that we are making it annual event! Thank you to Ann Clarke for her musical talents and to Betty Hogg for her wonderous creations that had everyone decked out in true Red Hat style!”
“The Red Hats of Aberfoyle attend our Red Hat Social Tea with flare!”
Heritage House having a Spooktacular time at the annual Halloween Party!
“The Over the Hill Gang” dressed up as the Clampetts (from the Beverly Hilbillies)
and gave an unforgettable musical performance playing fiddle, violin, guitar, piano
and spoons! We also had Pumpkin & Costume Contests – residents and staff
definitely had some good ideas … very creative – congratulations to the winners!
Resident Angela poses with her award winning crocheted blanket
at the Aberfoyle Fall Fair. Heritage House residents, staff and volunteers
took home 1st, 2nd and 3rd places!