Friday, June 16, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Cedar Crest is pleased to announce it will be hosting a A Tour of Cedar Crest Town Homes. Those attending the tour will start at Cedar Crest's main entrance and be shuttled to several different town homes, getting the opportunity to see, touch, and feel the quality construction and available amenities. In addition to visiting the town homes, attendees will learn more about the entire Cedar Crest campus, plus enjoy wine and cheese pairings at each home, featuring locally produced products.
Friday, July 21, 2 p.m.
Help keep a famous American symbol relevant when you attend Wisconsin TV Producer Tom Laughlin's presentation on American Barn Stories. The era of wooden barns is transitioning from being part of an active farming scene to becoming historical relics. Tom will capture and portray the stories behind these rustic shelters and highlight the important roles they play.
Having been immersed in the subject for many years, Tom has produced TV programs about old American barns. With the help of Wisconsin Public Television, these shows aired on PBS stations across the country in 2006 and 2007. "American Barn Stories & Other Tales From the Heartlands" is the latest in the series. Tom will play a video of the program and will also conduct a Q&A session.
As long as these iconic structures still stand, we can relive their history and illustrate their tales. Be a part of the story when you make a reservation.
Cedar Crest events are usually located on the Terrace Level of the Independent Living apartment areas. It's for your convenience that we recommend you park close to the apartment buildings. There is a surface parking lot connected to the apartments. It can be reached via the first driveway on your right if you are coming from the North (via State St.), or the third driveway on your left if you arrive from the South (via Kellogg Ave). Watch for blue/green flags near the designated driveway. NOTE: GPS systems will route you to the Main Entrance of the Skilled Care Center. Parking near that area will require you to walk farther to the event site than using the convenient access off the apartment parking lot.