We strongly encourage residents to maintain ties to family and friends. Visiting is permitted every day and residents are free to go out. We simply ask that you inform us when you are going out and with whom.
Once a week on Monday afternoon, the Université du troisième âge leads an exercise session entitled Grouille ou
rouille (“Move or Get Rusty”).
A musical group is invited monthly or for special holidays or events (Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc.)
Residents organize a game of bingo every Wednesday evening.
O-K-O is played on Saturday evening.
Residents organize card game nights on a regular basis.
We recognize residents’ birthdays by posting their names on a white board and by singing Happy Birthday.
We also serve a special breakfast to each resident on their birthday.
Other holidays such as Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween and Christmas are celebrated with special treats and decorations.
A Roman Catholic mass is celebrated in French at the Manor every Monday morning. The Rosary is said daily.
Some residents go to their own churches, while others choose to attend Église Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix
(French-language Roman Catholic church) which is located directly across the street from the Manor.
It should be noted that the Manor accepts residents of all faiths.