Georgetowne Place celebrates its residents with regular special activities that bring our community together. Scheduled outings and live entertainment help liven up the week. 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.
The Out to Lunch Bunch group will be enjoying cheddar bay biscuits and seafood on October 7th, when we enjoy lunch together at Red Lobster. Sign up in the popcorn room to join us!
Did you remember to sign up for your flu shot? We will have a clinic downstairs, in the gathering rooms, so you don't event need to leave your home.
Come enjoy all the delicious flavors that Pizza Hut has to offer at our next pizza party.
On October 20, we have a fun adventure planner to LaOtto, IN to experience the sights, sounds and flavors of this village. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy! We will be leaving at 11:45am.
The Fort Wayne Community Band present A Bicentennial Tribute. We will leave Georgetowne Place on October 25 at 7:30pm and travel to The Rhinehart Music Center on the IPFW campus. We hope you can join us for this lovely evening.
The Fort Wayne's Children's Zoo is one of the best attractions not only in the city but ranked at the 7th best zoo in the country! We will leave Georgetowne Place at 1pm on September 22 to explore all the fun adventures including the newly renovated Australian Adventure and stingray exhibit!
The Indiana National Guard 38th Infantry Division Band, out of Indianapolis, is the only military band in the stage of Indiana. The band is made up of 47 citizen soldiers. They play a wide range of music for all to enjoy. Leaving Georgetowne Place, at 3pm, on Saturday, September 17 we will go to the Foellinger Theater to show our support for this great band.
Nolt's will be opening early especially for Georgetowne Place on September 9. We will leave Georgetowne Place, at 2:15pm, for dinner at this delicious Amish restaurant that serves a wide variety of homemade foods.
Mark your calendars now for September 1 from 4-6pm. This fun Luau party will feature great food, beverages, music and entertainment for all residents and their family to enjoy. More info to come soon!
Join your friends on Wednesday, August 24 to enjoy a scenic ride on the Dixie. The Dixie is enjoying her 87th year in operation. We will leave Georgetowne Place at 1pm and return before dinner time. We are privately chartering the Dixie in North Webster for you to enjoy the day on the lake. There are plenty of spots in the shade or sun to enjoy your ride.
On Friday, September 23 from 9am-1pm, Allen County TRIAD, will once again safely collect and properly dispose of unused, unwanted and expired medications. The closet location form Georgetowne Place is N Coliseum Blvd and Maplecrest Rd, Walgreen stores. This event helps to keep medications out of landfills and out of our water system.m
On September 16 at 1pm, join Bethany on the second floor, to learn about our newest committee. We will be starting a New Resident Ambassadors Club. We would love to have our residents welcome new residents into the community and show them around. It is a great way to help them become more comfortable at Georgetowne Place. Please join us!
We are all thrilled to see the construction start at Georgetowne Place. During this time period we ask that all residents and their family members avoid using the "D" wing (NW area) parking lot. The "D" wing stairwell will also be closed off and will only be accessed in an emergency situation. Watch for further information and a hard hat party with tours coming soon.
Today was a great day to say THANK YOU! At Georgetowne Place, we have a wonderful staff that cares about each resident each and every day of the years. As a small way to thank them we had the ice cream truck stop in for a special treat on a hot day!
If you hear a fire alarm, don't panic. We ask that everyone stay in their apartment. By remaining in your apartment, you will provide assistance by keeping halls free and clear for any action required. If you are in a public/common area remain there and wait for directors from staff. If we should be faced with a tornado warning, we ask that you come to public/common area on the first floor. If you remain in your apartment, keep all windows and drapes closed. If you use your bathroom for protection remember to shut the door.