Red Butte Garden

There is no better way to begin the autumn season than a visit to the Red Butte Garden. Our assisted living crew recently visited the gardens in order to get one last look at the summer plant life before autumn begins to turn the leaves. This is one of our favorite trips as we love seeing the beauty that nature has to offer and the staff at the gardens are amazing and give such a wonderful tour. See below the wonders of nature we were treated to.

School Supply Run

Here at Carrington Court we are very lucky to have so many of our community members come to visit with us and we want to make sure we are giving back to our community. With this in mind our assisted living crew recently visited Jackling Elementary School to donate some much needed school supplies. We had so much fun being able to visit and meet some of the staff whose classrooms the supplies would be going to.

Norma and LaRae

Lynn and Myrna







At the school getting ready to deliver the supplies


Sunset art

Breanne, the art teacher from Indian Hills Elementary has once again let us enjoy her talents as an artist and a teacher. She helped our assisted living crew create water colors of sunsets to enjoy as decoration in our rooms. We always enjoys our time with Breanne as she lets us use our imaginations and create a painting that is as realistic or abstract as we want it to be. Thank you again for spending time with us and letting us enjoy the process of creating art!


West Jordan Senior Center Band

There is never a dull moment when the West Jordan Senior Center Band decides to pay our assisted living crew a visit and their most recent visit was no exception. This group of local seniors truly puts their heart and soul into playing music and having fun together and it shows during each performance. During their most recent visit with our assisted living crew we were able to do the twist together and sing some fun 50s era music to go with the poodle skirt and greaser dolls. We can’t wait until the band visits again!

Parting is such sweet sorrow

It is always hard to say goodbye to our University of Utah students after twelve weeks of getting to know one-another. However, we are so excited to see where their futures lead them. The most recently group of U of U students ended their time with us mid-August. Three of the students (Brandon, Monica, and Megan) are going on to further their educations with masters and doctoral programs and one of the students (Tierra) is jumping straight into the workforce to lead senior community activity exercise groups. We wish you well Megan, Tierra, Monica, and Brandon!

Everyone is trying to complete the brain-buster exercise

Brandon leading the group in the brain-buster exercise (your hands must move opposite directions while spinning your fingers)

Musical Jeopardy (residents versus U of U students)

Brandon, Monica, and Megan helping keep score and track of the questions/music

Tierra was the master-mind behind the musical selections

The U students lost miserably

Time for reminiscing questions

Sharing stories about our past experiences with each other

We don’t do serious here 🙂    (Norma and Jim)

End of semester pictures!

Silly faces

Strike a pose

Dancing the day away


U for University of Utah


Feeding the birds at Liberty Park

Recently our assisted living crew took a trip to Liberty Park to feed the geese and the ducks. Norma, Molly, and Vicki were able to hand feed a few of the geese. We had so much fun. It was a gorgeous day for an outing and to visit with good friends and community members.

Mike and Ellen

Floyd, Mike, Ellen, Lynn H., Molly, and Myrna

Norma, Jeane, and Vicki


Molly hand feeding a goose

Vicki and Norma hand feeding the geese

Norma hand feeding a goose

Floyd, Mike, Ellen, and Lynn up close with a goose

Norma is always up for chatting with the younger generation

Mike, Ellen, Lynn H., Molly, Louis, and Myrna

These geese were not shy at all!

We had so much fun today getting to feed the geese and ducks!