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  • Annual Chocolate Festival

    Annual Chocolate Festival

    This year’s chocolate festival was a huge hit. We had close to 150 residents and guests attend the afternoon event. Directors and Associates made homemade chocolate desserts that everyone seemed to enjoy…and there was very little left over. Dining Services prepared four large trays of chocolate dipped strawberries in various designs and colors of chocolate, which […]

  • Eischen’s for Chicken!

    Eischen’s for Chicken!

    We had a beautiful day for our outing to Okarche, Oklahoma last week, headed for Eischen’s for some of their delicious fried chicken and okra.  Eischen’s was built in the late 1800’s and is still one of the most famous landmarks in the state. People come from all over for the fried chicken which has […]

  • Resident Jeanne Kleinschmidt’s Oil Painting Featured in Expressions 2018 Calendar

    Resident Jeanne Kleinschmidt’s Oil Painting Featured in Expressions 2018 Calendar

    Jeanne Kleinschmidt, a resident at The Fountains at Canterbury in Oklahoma City, earned a featured space in the national art calendar Expressions, a competition hosted by Watermark Retirement Communities. Kleinschmidt’s oil painting, “Serenity,” was selected as one of 12 features for the 2018 Watermark Expressions art calendar out of entries from Watermark communities located coast […]

  • Arts Council Chalk Drawings

    Arts Council Chalk Drawings

    Residents had fun last week drawing various animals and shapes in their art class with the Arts Council who visit monthly to teach the residents different mediums. The residents did a beautiful job drawing with the white chalk on black paper. We are getting ready all over campus for our annual “Expressions” Art Show in June. They […]

  • National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Outing

    National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Outing

    In January, we made a visit to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, which was built in 1965. It now houses more than 28,000 Western and American Indian artworks and artifacts. Our guide lead us through the museum showing us paintings, sculptures, gun collections, a typical western town with all the shops […]

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Annual Chocolate Festival

This year’s chocolate festival was a huge hit. We had close to 150 residents and guests attend the afternoon event. Directors and Associates made homemade chocolate desserts that everyone seemed to enjoy…and there was very little left over. Dining Services prepared four large trays of chocolate dipped strawberries in various designs and colors of chocolate, which […]

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Resident Jeanne Kleinschmidt’s Oil Painting Featured in Expressions 2018 Calendar

Jeanne Kleinschmidt, a resident at The Fountains at Canterbury in Oklahoma City, earned a featured space in the national art calendar Expressions, a competition hosted by Watermark Retirement Communities. Kleinschmidt’s oil painting, “Serenity,” was selected as one of 12 features for the 2018 Watermark Expressions art calendar out of entries from Watermark communities located coast […]

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Arts Council Chalk Drawings

Residents had fun last week drawing various animals and shapes in their art class with the Arts Council who visit monthly to teach the residents different mediums. The residents did a beautiful job drawing with the white chalk on black paper. We are getting ready all over campus for our annual “Expressions” Art Show in June. They […]

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Resident Jane Lepak is Enjoying her Easy Life at The Fountains

EXPERIENCE LIFE ON EASY STREET It’s time to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve earned. “I can choose to be alone and I like my privacy but I have total confidence in that if anything happened to me I’m able to get help immediately and that just makes a huge difference for me.” – Jane Lepak, resident […]

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Residents Lynn and Sharon McIntosh are Enjoying Their Fun-filled Lifestyle at The Fountains

START PLANNING NOW It’s the key to creating a future you’ll love. “The longer you wait the more apt you are to not have the luxury of waiting. Once you’ve got a catastrophic health problem then all those options are gone, you know, you’ve got to do something immediately.” – Lynn McIntosh, resident of The […]

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Resident Wanda Bolen is Enjoying a Peaceful Retirement Among Friends at The Fountains

STAY INDEPENDENT One move to the right retirement community let’s you experience life your way, with all the support you’ll ever need. “You can direct your life pretty much like you had it at home. It won’t be exactly the same but as I’m here longer it feels more and more like home.” – Wanda […]

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Eischen’s for Chicken!

We had a beautiful day for our outing to Okarche, Oklahoma last week, headed for Eischen’s for some of their delicious fried chicken and okra.  Eischen’s was built in the late 1800’s and is still one of the most famous landmarks in the state. People come from all over for the fried chicken which has […]

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National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Outing

In January, we made a visit to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, which was built in 1965. It now houses more than 28,000 Western and American Indian artworks and artifacts. Our guide lead us through the museum showing us paintings, sculptures, gun collections, a typical western town with all the shops […]

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Mystery Surprise Guest at Mystery Lunch!

The Mystery Lunch in December turned out to be a special day for the Town Center residents, in many ways. Because of the holidays and several independent residents going out of town to visit family, we had a small group which is often more comfortable and fun. We could talk across the table to everyone […]

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Chocolate festival 2018 close up of strawberries

Annual Chocolate Festival

This year’s chocolate festival was a huge hit. We had close to 150 residents and guests attend the afternoon event. Directors and Associates made homemade chocolate desserts that everyone seemed to enjoy…and there was very little left over. Dining Services prepared four large trays of chocolate dipped strawberries in various designs and colors of chocolate, which […]

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Town Center Christmas Theme Party

Over 100 Town Center residents, family and guests gathered in the Commons Room for the Christmas theme party this last week. The Sulley and Sisson Band played both Christmas music and other favorites from pop to WWII songs to country! Everyone got out on the dance floor, couples and big groups together. We were having […]

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Town Center Halloween Themed Party and Dinner

Town Center residents dressed up in various costumes for the Halloween theme night. Everyone gathered in the commons room for the pre-party with the Donna Rice Band, featuring her brother-in-law from California who is a well-known Hispanic pianist in Los Angeles. He played many solo songs, featuring his own style of playing. They also played rock […]

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Showcase of Talent

We’re thrilled to introduce our 2018 edition of EXPRESSIONS, Watermark’s annual calendar celebrating active aging and the arts. This calendar reminds us that our communities are collective creations of friendly, caring individuals who are generous with their time and talents. Whether expressing their individual creativity through paint, clay, yarn, stone or an outstretched hand, they […]

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Golden Swans Maintain Independence and Health through Ballet

The Golden Swans is a brand new outreach program provided by Oklahoma City Ballet. This class is specifically designed for seniors who are either beginners or have had some past experience with ballet. According to NewsOK.com in an article published on July 10th, 2017, “The Oklahoma City Community Foundation is awarding more than $300,000 to […]

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Thrive Dining™: What sounds good to eat?

Watermark was recently featured on Senior Housing News in the article Dished: Hot New Trends in Memory Care published on July 25th, 2017. To view the article, please click here. Unintentional weight loss and unhealthy meals like chicken nuggets, fish sticks and French fries, all lacking any nutritional value, are a thing of the past. […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Friendly, Attentive Staff and Excellent Food

I love this community because everything we have asked the staff to do, they do it. I picked this place over others because everyone here is so friendly. I have had no problems thus far. The staff members are friendly, personable, and treat my friends very well. If there’s something we need, they get it […]

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Facebook Review – My Father is Thriving at The Fountains

My 96 year old father, who is a Veteran from WW11, Korea and Vietnam, has been living at the Fountains at Canterbury for four years. He’s needed physical therapy and occupational therapy occasionally over the past several years, and if it wasn’t for Jennifer, PT and Beverly, OT he wouldn’t be independently walking and caring […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Delicious Meals and Caring Staff

My mother-in-law is doing fine being in the assisted living part of the community. She has dementia and the staff have been great with helping her and the job of assisting her. The meals taste very good with a good selection to choose from. We have not had any problems and they take care of […]

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Bon Appétit with Thrive Dining™

Thrive Dining™ is a revolutionary dining program designed to restore the dignity and enjoyment of mealtime for individuals with cognitive or physical challenges. Thrive Dining™ features Watermark Communities’ Chef recipes and high quality, freshly prepared gourmet menu items, transformed into incredibly tasty, nutritionally balanced, protein packed meals. Watermark Chefs start by using the Grind Dining “patent-pending” […]

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