Each week we’ll be posting a letter of the alphabet and how it relates to Rotary Villas. You can view the full list here.  Photos for each letter can be viewed on our Facebook page.


Artwork of a colorful red yellow blue and green flower is displayed.

Artwork that residents painted with Noel Moes.

Creating or even viewing art has many positive effects such as offering sensory stimulation; assisting in socialization; helping individuals relax; reducing boredom; improving cognition; and much more. Our Art Room is the perfect space to bring forth one’s creativity. Artist Noel Moes visits Rotary Villas twice a month to paint with residents. A craft of some sort is also usually scheduled each month whether it be creating table and wall decorations for special events or holidays, dyeing Easter eggs, making Christmas wreaths, or making puppets for visits from the daycare children.


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Bacon, eggs, and toast with a couple orange slices.

At Rotary Villas, residents have the three options – continental, classic, or delight – to choose from.  Continental breakfast includes a choice of hot or cold cereal, assortment of bread and pastries, yogurt, or fruit.  The classic breakfast includes two eggs cooked to preference, bacon or sausage, hash browns and toast.  The delight option changes day-to-day; for example, this morning it was a veggie omelette, tomorrow will be French toast, and Sundays are always eggs benedict.


Many benefits come from living in a community living residence.  No need to stress about the home or yard maintenance, housekeeping, or cooking.  It’s all provided so there’s plenty of time to relax and become a part of the community — socialize and participate in activities such as exercise classes, card games, floor curling, crafts, Wii games, and more; dine with friends and/or family and enjoy nutritional meals prepared by a qualified staff; relax in your clean private suite.A group of four seniors sit and have coffee and chat in front of the fireplace

Community living allows you live life to the fullest!


Each season and holiday brings out different festive decorations around Rotary Villas.  Whether it be flowers for spring, hearts and all things love for Valentine’s Day, flags for Canada Day, pumpkins and fall colored leaves for Halloween, or Christmas trees and light, we like to add a fun festive touch to our hallways and common areas.

A lady places decorations on the branches of the Christmas tree


Exercising? Keep it safe!

With a certified fitness instructor, we are ensuring residents that we are delivering a challenging, yet safe exercise program.  We all need to incorporate the right amounts of movement and stretching into our routine in order to stay well. It is important to be mindful that we are all at different levels of movement and fitness, and that we all need to work at our challenges in our own ways. The best way you can keep yourself safe is to know and accept the limits of your ability.

When stretching out your limbs, being self- aware will help you to not over extend, know when it is safe to challenge your limits, and when rest is needed. Take your time and remember to breathe deeply. Also, take a quick break and have a drink of water; this helps your system recover from sore muscles.

The National Institute of Health recommends these 4 types of exercises: strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance. Incorporating all four types of exercise into your fitness routine will allow you to benefit most, reduce boredom, and reduce risk of injury.


RFire Safetyotary Villas enjoys a safe environment in a building with cement siding, wide hallways and stair wells.

Less than a block away from a fire station, Rotary Villas provides two elevators, a generator and 24/7 monitoring.

Fire protection is always a priority at Rotary Villas. Fire equipment is tested regularly and fire drills are practiced annually.

Rotary Villas staff and maintenance team are trained to implement a comprehensive fire safety plan and are available 24/7 for any emergency that may arise.


There’s always something to do at Rotary Villas.  Our Games Room is stocked with a large variety of board games, puzzles, cards, etc.  Residents and their guests are welcome to play any of the games at any time. Crib board, dominoes, and Scrabble pieces spell out Rotary Villas

The Billiards Lounge is also equipped with a billiards table, shuffleboard, and Crokinole.


“Home is not a place, it’s a feeling” – Unknown

A home is any place where you are comfortable, and feel as if you can be yourself.  What makes a place a home?  It’s different for A mother and daughter pose for a photoeveryone whether it be knickknacks and photos that bring back memories, family and friends, great food, and/or a welcoming space.  It does not matter whether your home is big or small, as long as your heart is there.


At Rotary Villas workplace inclusion is about ensuring that no one feels left out because of their age, disability, gender, race, religion, belief or sexual orientation.

This is how we build diversity within our organization.

The greater the mix of people in your business, the greater the mix of skills, experiences, perspectives and ideas you can draw on.


A typical day in the Rotary Villas community is filled with opportunities to’ join in’ a myriad of activities such as sing-a-longs, gardening club, book club, exercise class, workshop projects, coffee crew, and the endless list of fun and entertainment goes on.A collage of photos including two ladies planting flowers, two men playing billiards, a group gathered visiting over coffee in the front room of Rotary Villas, and residents stretching with the help of a chair.

Residents also have the opportunity to join clubs such as Brandon Embroider & Stitching Group, Kiwanis Club, Toastmasters, and the Rotary Club all within our community.