Whether you choose to live on our campus in Longmeadow or stay in your current home throughout the Greater Springfield area, Glenmeadow’s responsive “yes you can!” approach makes it easy to continue an active, independent lifestyle in Western Massachusetts. With our full complement of services and incredible array of choices, you’ll discover new ways to enrich and enjoy your life.
At Glenmeadow, we're all about living life on your terms and ensuring you have the support and options to do so. You'll find choices in a range of floor plans for both independent and assisted living apartments, outstanding community amenities, exceptional services and an extensive selection of activities, programs and events.Living at Glenmeadow
Prefer to stay in your current home? Glenmeadow at Home supports worry-free living throughout Western Massachusetts. Whether you live in a private residence or an assisted living community, we bring our quality services to you. With our Lifestyle Pass, you can also join in activities and programs at our Longmeadow campus.Services at Home
Young@Heart’s fifth Annual Mash-Up Concert presents the chorus’s singers performing with the nationally renowned Brooklyn Youth Chorus in a wildly entertaining blending of talent and ages. Come celebrate with us as the chorus turns 35 years old, with new music ranging from Leonard Cohen to the Psychedelic Furs; Los Lobos; Radiohead; Tears for Fears; Emerson, Lake and Palmer; and much more. The afternoon ends with a three-course dining experience at the Delaney House.
Trip includes performance tickets (premium seating), three-course dinner at the Delaney House, transportation, and all gratuities. Fee: $99.
Baked Boston Scrod
Bistro Club Sirloin
ITINERARY: 1:30 p.m. departure from Glenmeadow for 3 p.m. performance and 5:30 p.m. dinner. Estimated return of 8 p.m.
Note: Itinerary and specific trip details are subject to change. A trip confirmation notice will be sent approximately seven days prior to trip date with final itinerary.
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