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Happenings at Grand Villa of Pinellas Park

You'll enjoy a full calendar of social and recreational events at Grand Villa of Pinellas Park. There are so many interesting options to choose from, residents may have a hard time fitting everything in.

Our restaurant-style dining room is a community hub, offering a favorite place to socialize and relax with friends over delicious meals. Our Activities Coordinator packs the calendar with varied activities and excursions. Some of the most popular include exercise classes, live music, and pet therapy. Movies on the big screen also draw a crowd. Maybe it’s the freshly popped popcorn?

Grand Villa of Pinellas Park

(727) 914-5972

8980 49th St N Pinellas Park, FL 33782

Excursions

We regularly offer excursions around town for errands like shopping and banking, as well as recreational outings to local restaurants and cultural events. The options are plentiful at Grand Villa - there is never a dull moment.

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Creativity Helps the Elderly

We’re all artists in our own right and that shouldn’t change when we get older. Creativity sets the mind ablaze and as a result, our brains get positive activity. Overall, brains are benefited with mental exercise and some of the best of these activities are the arts.

Creative writing, painting, pottery, and music are all great ways to keep a mind sharp, and your aging loved ones will have the opportunity to express themselves. It’s never too late to learn a new craft either. We’ve seen seniors pick up an instrument or poetry later in life and fall in love with their newfound passion. On top of the health benefits, being involved in the arts can be therapeutic and a form of relaxation. Keeping active both physically and mentally through the arts has also been proven to deter Alzheimer’s disease and dementia progression.

For information, check out Next Avenue’s article here