Heritage at The Plains at Parish Homestead celebrates its residents with special activities, seminars and more throughout the year that bring our community together. Daily happy hours and tea and weekly movies are among the events that keep our seniors entertained, while CCAL adult education programs provide encouragement for residents who are inspired to learn. Dementia seminars also are available. 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.
Typically we offer services twice a monthly for all to attend.
Recently added to our already busy schedule, you can now go shopping at Price Chopper on the east end of town. Must sign up in advance and have a minimum of 5 people going to take the bus out.
We offer a monthly Presbyterian church service in our 2nd floor game room.
Monthly meeting providing respite for caregivers of family and loved ones diagnosed with Alzheimers and Dementia. Led by Cynthia Ploutz, Hartwick Professor. Please call to RSVP at 607-267-4013
Every month, Trudy Claudy, Executive Director of the Heritage at the Plains joins community members for a one hour casual coffee and treats to catch up and hang out. This is an opportunity to meet her and really get to know one another in fellowship.
Join our community members for a family day of fun, crafts, bingo and live music. Event starts at 1pm with cookie decorating and valentines day card making.
Followed by Bingo, and music. Bring the kids and young at heart to celebrate with our seniors.
A Fundraiser for our local symphony, we celebrate this annual brunch in our Traditions dining room. Must RSVP in advance. There is a fee for this event.
Join us as we revitalize the "Timeless" Memory Cafe. The Cafe offers the opportunity for people with dementia, including Alzheimer's, to socialize and relax with their family-members and/or caregiver and make new friends and meet others who share similar circumstances. We will be holding these sessions on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month. Lite Refreshments Offered.
Cynthia G. Falk is a professor at the Cooperstown Graduate Program, a master's degree program in museum studies jointly sponsored by the State University of New York College at Oneonta and the New York State Historical Association. Falk is the author of the books Barns of New York: Rural Architecture of the Empire State and Architecture and Artifacts of the Pennsylvania Germans: Constructing Identity in Early America. She is an active member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum and co-editor of the journal Buildings & Landscapes.
A festive meal starts the evening as all community members are joined together for a gourmet meal, followed by chef's special dessert and ending with a champagne toast to bring in the New Year. Get Dressed up and bring a bottle of wine to share...Community Members Only Please.
Refer a friend Promotion began on January 1st, 2017 and for a limited time, if you refer a friend you will receive $1000 upon their move in. Contact Jesse Hurlburt, Sales Director, for more information and details.