Polka Dot Parade at The Carillon at Boulder Creek

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At The Carillon at Boulder Creek, residents are staying social while following social distancing guidelines. Our residents enjoy fun events daily to keep them active and engaged while still developing meaningful connections with each other and our staff.

Residents at The Carillon at Boulder Creek recently enjoyed a car parade around the community. Families and friends were encouraged to wear polka dots and make signs as residents came out onto their decks to see family, wave at the cars, and communicate with family members. Many residents participated in the parade and the theme, wearing polka dots themselves!

“What a neat idea! The parade was so much fun! My son and daughter-in-law went all out. They came in their Land Cruiser with the sunroof open and my daughter-in-law stood up and waved a flag. It was so neat to hear all the horns honking! After the parade, they parked out front and we chatted by telephone for a bit. Thank you for making today extra special!” Nancy M., resident

Residents at The Carillon at Boulder Creek are enjoying every day of retirement as our team creates opportunities for engagement. We know that building community is more important than ever – and we are committed to doing it in a way that keeps residents healthy and well. Contact The Carillon at Boulder Creek for a virtual tour and to learn more about our independent living and assisted living services and amenities.



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