We program hundreds of events and activities each month. Residents experience professional musicians, local elected officials, award-winning authors, local artists, and much more – all brought conveniently to The Kenwood.
The residents of The Kenwood Senior Living who belong to the Kenwood Knitters, a knitting group, completed a project of knitting scarves for second graders from the Ella Baker Elementary School in Minneapolis.
Kenwood resident Paul Richard received a plaque in recognition of his service in the Navy during WWII. Richard was among ten Veterans that were honored at a special Veterans Day Ceremony at The Kenwood on Thursday, November 9.
Seniors are more plugged in than ever before. But there are times when our elders have questions about technology. Here’s what a Minneapolis teenager is doing to help. Watch the video on CBS about our teen tech volunteer, Graham.
Music pervades the lives of Gwen Goldsmith and Marybeth Bauries. Music was important to each of them even before they met. It brought them together, nurtured their relationship, and continues to give them hope and enjoyment every day.
If you knock on Bill Ashwood’s apartment door at The Kenwood Retirement Community you may be greeted with an old showtune, perhaps “Cockeyed Optimist” from South Pacific, or a Gershwin tune. Read about Kenwood Neighbor Bill Ashwood
Betty Weiblen, a 30-year resident of The Kenwood Senior Living, was honored as Lifetime Volunteer for her constant volunteerism at the Minneapolis retirement community. The donations of her time and energy are so numerous it’s hard to count.
Graham Bennett is a teenage tech wizard who comes to The Kenwood once a week to help residents with their phones, iPads, laptops, and computers. From helping his grandparents, Graham got the idea to help older adults who live at The Kenwood which is near his home and school.