To celebrate the upcoming holidays, Waltonwood Lake Boone, a premier senior living community, is inviting the public to its “Home for the Holidays” open house on Wednesday, December 4 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the senior living community (located at 3550 Horton Street). In addition to fun, seasonal interactive cooking demonstrations and various cooking stations, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy numerous holiday activities, meet the staff and tour the community. This special event is free and open to the public. Anyone interested in attending the open house is asked to RSVP by calling 984-232-0528.
“The Home for the Holidays open house will be a fun and interactive event for people of all ages to enjoy,” said Bryan Minton, culinary services director. “We will have an array of tasty foods that will tickle the taste buds of residents and guests. We are always looking for new ways to showcase what it means to redefine senior living, and our unique, seasonal menu does that. We pride ourselves in serving fresh food with local ingredients. We perform tableside cooking demonstrations and present weekly live-action stations for residents to enjoy. We hope the public stops by to see firsthand how the culinary program works and why people are choosing to call Waltonwood home.”
Residents and guests will be able to taste delicious food, such as pimento cheese stuffed olives, crostini with ricotta, prosciutto and honey, as well as bacon, mushroom and spinach pierogis, a charcuterie display and much more. Waltonwood Lake Boone has a dedicated pastry chef, who will show off sweet treats too. Waltonwood Lake Boone understands food is a major part of the residents’ everyday lives and prides themselves on serving quality food that doesn’t compromise flavor. This is the second year the senior living community has hosted the open house event.
“We are excited to invite the public to our community and showcase our culinary talent,” said Allison O’Shea, executive director. “We have a dedicated pastry chef, which sets us apart from other senior living communities. Dining at Waltonwood is much more than eating a meal, it’s a true culinary experience. We had a fantastic turnout last year, and I know this year will also be a success. We are excited for the public to experience our warm atmosphere, meet our friendly staff and learn what it’s like to call our community home.”