Well, not quite! However, “Ricky Harris and the Grand Ol’ Opry Players” did come to PVE on a Friday evening to play some delightful country and western music for a “sellout” crowd in the parking lot adjacent to the Café.
by Denise Flowerday
Building Generational Bonds
A common assumption is that once people move into a retirement community, their access to people of younger generations will be limited to visits from grandchildren.
by Bill Green
A Brief History of Bocce at PVE
For many years, bocce has been a favorite PVE activity. In 2002, a group of residents decided to build a bocce court.
by Liz Wildberger
Volunteer Community Gardeners Propagate Joy
Rapunzel in the castle, stranded from a Prince Charming rescue by a thicket of shrubbery — that is a dilemma faced by many residents who have cultivated a garden around their homes.
by Bruce Bartels
Another Eagle for the Fisher House Golf Tournament
The fourth annual Fisher House Golf Tournament took place on Friday, June 9.
by Ray Arnold
Termite Talk from the PVE Woodworkers Association
The Paradise Valley Estates Woodworkers Association has just concluded the first of its semiannual general membership meetings.
by Heather Ramirez
Welcome New Residents!
Every quarter, the marketing department brings the entire campus together for a fun event, our New Resident Reception!
by Jane Walker
Balancing the Retirement Equation
After working for decades, it’s easy to look at retirement as a chance to slow down and take it easy.
by Ian Lanouette
Visiting the Aerospace Museum of California
For many residents of PVE, memories are indelibly etched with the excitement of flight — especially from the cockpit of an airplane or as a crewmember onboard.
by Lori Drew
Power House Specialty Class
Has it been awhile since you’ve been over to the Power House for a workout?