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Brookview Meadows

1740 Condor Lane, Suite A
Green Bay, WI 54313

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Community Life

Brookview Meadows celebrates its residents with special activities, seminars and more throughout the year that bring our community together. Our community offers an array of activities on a daily, weekly and monthly basis that keep residents well-exercised and entertained. Daily aerobic and weekly Whoga exercise classes, along with water therapy programs and classes, are among events that keep our residents up and active. For fun, residents can join the bridge and smear card groups or try their luck at weekly poker night or penny bingo. Weekday documentaries are shown in our community as well as a Saturday movie matinee. Our Happy Hour Social gatherings on Mondays and Fridays and the ice cream socials on the weekends are highly popular with residents and their guests. 

Residents, family members and friends can keep track of all of our daily, weekly and monthly happenings, find out how to get involved in our activities, see photos from past events and get the latest news from our community by checking here.

Date: 09/29/2020

Music and Coffee

Join us for coffee and 50's music!

Date: 09/30/2020


Join us in the Great Room for socially distanced Bingo! Pick prizes off the prize cart!

Date: 09/18/2020

Care to Explore: Oktoberfest

Friday, September 19th at 2:30 PM- There is so much going on in the world and we can celebrate some events right from Brookview! We will be hosting an Oktoberfest in the Great Room with brats, sauerkraut, and we want to encourage everyone to dress up!

Date: 09/17/2020

Neighborhood Medical and Cleaning Supply Sale

Thursday, September 17th from 10:00am to 1:00pm- Since some people may not have access like we do to buy medical masks, hand sanitizer, and other cleaning products to run your business or keep your family feeling safe and secure, we have welcomed our partners to the community so that everyone in our area can purchase the supplies they need! The event will be held in the back parking lot.

Date: 09/15/2020

Care for your Neighbors Award Ceremony

Tuesday, September 15th at 2:00PM - Residents of Brookview Meadows will be nominating other residents for the love and compassion they share with their neighbors. Surveys will be handed out a week ahead of time.

Date: 09/14/2020

Care to Remember: Sock Hop with Elvis

Monday, September 14th at 2:00PM - Residents will enjoy the show outside, featuring local performer “Elvis John.” Dress up in your finest Poodle skirt, big hair, and sweaters!

Date: 08/30/2020

The Drive to End Alzheimers

Sit outside, on your patio, or even just look out the window as the Alzheimer's Association puts on a classic car parade around the area and right past Brookview Meadows!


Posted On: 02/16/2019 - 10:00am

Brookview Meadows Hosting ADRC Workshop: Powerful Tools for Caregivers

The ADRC of Brown County and Brookview Meadows are partnering to offer the Powerful Tools for Caregivers Workshop (PTC). PTC is a six week program designed to provide daily caregivers with the tools to take care of themselves while caring for a loved one. You will benefit from this class whether helping a parent, partner, spouse, adult child, neighbor, or friend. Please see the attached flyer and call the ADRC at 920-448-4300 to register!

Saturdays Feb 16th- Mar 30th
*Snow day built in*
10:00am to 12:30PM
Brookview Meadows Great Room
1740 Condor Ln., Green Bay, WI 54313

The workshop features includes:
- 6 weekly sessions, 2.5 hours per session
- Two trained class facilitators who have been or still are an informal, family caregiver
Learn to:
- Reduce Stress
- Boost self-confidence
- Communicate your feelings better
- Increast your ability to make tough decisions
- Deal with guilt, depression, or anger
- Identify helpful resources that support you
- Share ideas and problem solve with other family caregivers in a group setting

What type of person should I refer to the program? A person who is:
- Helping an older adult (parent, friend, sibling, or spouse) with routine activities of daily living such as transportation to appointments or the grocery store, helping with weekly mewals, laundry, other household tasks, or handling the medical and financial decisions on behalf of their loved one.
- Is not paid for the above tasks (not a formal, professional caregiver).
- Is not taking a break (time) for themselves while in their caregiving role.
- Appears to be physically wearing out and would benefit from ideas as a loved one’s condition decline.
- Someone who can use a boost from a circle of support who also walks in their shoes.