Social and Recreational Activities.
Forest Ridge Administrator Roger Call, volunteer award winner Frank Vigilanese, & Forest Ridge owner Bob Schleicher.
Lovely harp performance for our residents at FR.
So much fun watching Dennis Thornberry, aka Elvis put on a show!
We loved having artist Skip Moore play music for our residents!
Some of our residents enjoying Heritage Square in Cripple Creek!
Our Cripple Creek Adventure to Heritage Square!
Having a lunch outdoors, we love to be out and about, soaking up the sun
Getting ready for our donations for animals in the shelter, don't forget to donate!
TCRAS Donations getting bigger by the day
It was a great day at TCRAS!
Our resident's made some new friends!
Our resident's bonded with mans best friend.
The resident's lend a helping hand with the new mural
Everyone is excited and happy with the new mural!
The residents enjoyed a bright and sunny day at the Fossil Beds.
The Monument Creek Cankicker Band came and shared their musical talents.
Even our staff supported the cause for the Alzheimer's Walk.
Skip Moore shares his talents with the residents once again.
We have the wonderful honor of announcing that we have been voted one of America's Best Nursing Homes!
At Forest Ridge we want to ensure each resident and/or guest has a fulfilling journey during their stay. Our trained experts have put an emphasis on creating a diverse range of multi-sensory activities to enjoy. Our dynamic array of programs provide opportunities for active and passive participation in a group, one-on-one, individual, and/or family setting. By promoting and engaging in the residents’ personal talents, interests, abilities, and needs our goal is to:
- Get active and moving
- Stimulate the senses
- Expand knowledge
- Reduce stress
- Provide comfort
- Give support
- Build relationships
- Have fun & stay sharp!
Call or email us today to learn more, or follow us here for a look at what Forest Ridge is up to next!
My name is Linda Eno and I reside in Colorado Springs. I have been painting all my life off and on while raising two children and working a career as a Health Tech in Harrison School Dist #2. My husband is retired military so I have been able to fulfill my childhood dreams of seeing the world and many of the Old Master’s works. I grew up in South Texas and dreamed of travel. I am retired and have the blessing of being able to paint anytime I chose.
I have used many mediums over the years pastels, water colors, oils and now acrylics. I have study under many teachers as well but feel I learned the most from Howell Poucher. I had a short 3 years under his guidance but learn so very much. My art is mostly landscapes of the scenery in Colorado. I enjoy painting and the friends I paint with weekly. A blank canvas is a wonderful opportunity to create a world for myself.
I love to paint! I was fortunate to have Howell Poucher as a teacher, a well-known landscape and wildlife artist who saw painting as I did, realism. Realism to me is the challenge, making it look like it looks and that it could walk off the canvas. Lately though I’m seeing impressionism as a new frontier and dabbling with that a bit. I’ve recently started back in oils and go between oils and acrylics. I’m wanting to become a painter of fond memories, not only mine, but others, and I look forward to developing this.
In 1980 I began working in computer graphics, long before the days of personal computers or Apple products, serving as creative directive for several decades in video, animation, multi-media, web-design, publications, and exhibit design In December, 2016 my wife and I retired to Colorado Springs, Colorado where the landscapes, seasons, and wildlife provide endless inspiration. I have been enriched by membership and participation in multiple artist groups in Colorado. Studio painting is my passion, with a focus on wildlife, landscapes, and western art. Plein air painting has become a way for me to expand my creativity, meet many artists, and explore new techniques in order to render a subject.
November 3rd at 2 a.m. is the end of Daylight Savings Time! Set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night at bedtime!
November 11th is Veterans Day!
November 28th is Thanksgiving Day!
November 1st is National Cook for Your Pets Day!!
(I’m sure they would appreciate it if you did!)
Musical Events for November!
Skip Moore is performing at 2:30 pm on November 14th
Other Re-occurring Events:
Every Sunday we have a Church Service with Praise at 10:30 am
Bingo Afternoon every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3:00 pm!
We have so many amazing activities every week here at Forest Ridge. Please feel free to stop by the front desk for an activities schedule to get involved!