Welcome to Parkland Fredericton

Come see all that Parkland has to offer and enjoy lunch on us.

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Enjoy the vibrant culture of New Brunswick’s riverfront capital at Parkland Fredericton. Set alongside the beautiful Saint John River, the naturally picturesque city of Fredericton is full of art, culture, history and entertainment. Parkland Fredericton provides clients with the lifestyle they want in the city they love.

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Independent apartments with your household chores looked after to allow more time to do what you enjoy. Two nutritious meals per day, weekly linen, housekeeping services and access to Parkland’s shuttle service makes life easy! On-site Wellness Coaches help you stay on track with all your wellness goals. The safety and security of 24-hour emergency services ensures peace of mind.
Assisted Living allows clients to live independently knowing that daily health care assistance is available as needed. Assisted Living offers studio and one bedroom suites with three meals per day, housekeeping, laundry services, medication management and a recreation program to suit individual needs.
Parkland Fredericton is home to Thomas Hall, a 72 suite licensed nursing home.

Clients are required to have a New Brunswick Department of Social Development assessment prior to entering our licensed homes. The contact number is 1-866-444-8838.

If you have any questions about the admission process we would be pleased to meet with you and your family to provide further information on the process and the forms required for admission.

Upcoming Events

Thursday, October 18th and 25th, 10:30 a.m., Regent Hall 

If you want to get more in tune with your body and you love the music of earlier, more lighthearted, eras then please join us in the Regent Hall lobby!

     

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2:00 p.m., Regent Hall 

If you want to appreciate stillness, learn to relax and enjoy your life to the fullest, adapting to changing easily to circumstances then please come to a presentation by Dr Gary Kenyon on his new book, Pathways to Stillness. 

The book is about stillness: what it is, how you can find it, where it hides itself and why it is necessary in your life.  

Dr. Irwin-Kenyon was born in Montreal, Quebec, and completed his early studies at Concordia University. He did his doctoral work at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, and then became a postdoctoral Fellow at the Andrew Norman Institute for Advanced Studies in Gerontology and Geriatrics, University of Southern California. He was also a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Linkoping, Sweden, and is a frequent visiting scholar in Scandinavia and the Netherlands. 

Wednesday, October 3rd, 10:00 a.m., Garrison Lounge, Regent Hall 

Ageless Grace is a cutting-edge Brain-Health Fitness Program based on the Science of Neuroplasticity which is the ability of the brain and nervous system to change structurally and functionally throughout our lifetime, specifically when stimulated by various physical activities. Exercises are appropriate for all skill levels, gentle, set to music and  fun! 

Thursday, October 4th, 2-4 p.m., Centre for Excellence Classroom, Regent Hall

Coordinated by a writing teacher, journalist and accomplished author, the group provides the impetus and moral support to start writing your life story to share with loved ones and for posterity. Award winning authors and writing professionals will provide their tips and advice at  guest sessions. This activity is free and open to the public. 

Thursday, October 4th, 3:00 p.m., Pedway Gallery, Governor Hall 

Please enjoy a feast for the eyes from a broad selection of local artists commencing on October 4 at 3 pm. The art gallery space is located in the beautiful pedways that connect the original three buildings.  The exhibitions provide an opportunity for visitors, residents and staff to enjoy the original art work created by artists in residence and artists from the public.  Artists are encouraged to sell their artwork. All are welcome.  The exhibition remains viewable during regular business hours (9-4) during the week and on the weekend.  

*Please note: We are accepting artwork with titles, artist, medium, dimensions and price, with digital image emailed to the Lifestyle Consultant before October 1. Artwork is to be brought in no later than 4 pm on October 2nd and ready for display. 

Tuesday, October 16th, 2:00 p.m., Garrison Lounge

Big Axe owner, Peter Cole, will be on hand to talk about the history of the company, the brewing process and answer questions. All are welcome to attend this free event.  

Wednesday, October 17, 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Princess Margaret Dining Room, Carleton Movie Theatre 

Enjoy a sumptuous gourmet meal prepared by our award winning chef and a movie in our surround sound, lazy boy seating movie theatre at Parkland Fredericton. Enjoy the flavours of a Baby Greens Salad, Beef Tenderloin, Tiger Shrimp served with Lobster Sauce, Roasted Mini Potatoes, a Medley of Vegetables, Cranberry-Apple Tart and Coffee or Tea. Cost per person:$25. Prepayment required at Governor Reception 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Seating is limited so please reserve at 460-8546 or ppacey@shannex.com.  

MOVIE: LEAVE NO TRACE

Following her breakout hit Winter’s Bone, Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace is an intimate and complex coming-of-age story following a father and daughter struggling to maintain their unconventional lifestyle, set against the rugged terrain of the Pacific Northwest.

Will is a PTSD-inflicted veteran and widower living off the grid with his daughter, Tom, in a public park near Portland. When Tom makes a mistake that alerts the authorities to their existence, the family is removed from the park and placed in a home by state officials. Immersed in a world she has never experienced, Tom is drawn to the friendships, community, and comforts of her new surroundings. Meanwhile, Will is confronted with the triggers of the modern world.

Leave No Trace is a surprisingly endearing portrait of a father and daughter forced to contemplate whether family survival means sticking together or letting go. The lush Oregon landscape expertly contrasts the tension-filled narrative, with Foster delivering one of his most memorable performances to date — though it’s McKenzie who truly makes her mark..

“Once again, Granik introduces us to a kind of family that cinema rarely captures believably, and she does so with a style that’s both lyrical and realistic at the same time, anchored by a pair of unforgettable performances.” – Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

Saturday, October 20th, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., Patience Lane Parking Lot 

Do you want to be a safer driver and keep those insurance costs to a minimum? Then please join us at Parkland Fredericton for CARFIT! CarFit is an educational program that provides a comprehensive review of how well you and your vehicle work together. Trained volunteers will work with participants individually to complete a 12-point checklist and occupational therapists will be on hand to teach drivers how to maintain and improve aspects related to their driving safety and sitting position. 

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2:00 p.m., Garrison Lounge, Regent Hall

Parkland Fredericton is inviting everyone to a book launch for the latest work by local author Wayne Curtis. The title of the book is Fishing The High Country (meaning places in the mind), A Memoir of The River. The book is about growing up on the Miramichi River where the author fished for the winter’s food supply and measured the season’s catches in barrels, not pounds or inches. It is also a look at the head waters, literally the “high country”, and also the occupation of river guiding as a means of employment for people who are knowledgeable about the river and the habits of the Atlantic Salmon. 

Wayne grew up in Keenan NB, a farm community on the banks of the Miramichi River.  He has been writing for fifty-odd years and has written nineteen books, a screen play for the CBC, a stage play and his works have been dramatized on CBC Radio.  He has won several awards, including The Richards Award, The CBC Drama Award, two conservation awards, an Honorary Doctrine (letters, STU), The Order of New Brunswick and the Canadian Senate Sesquicentennial Medal.  

Sunday, October 28th, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Princess Margaret Dining Room and Garrison Lounge 

Parkland Fredericton Executive Chef, Derrick Smith, (Red Seal, CCC), wants to share his passion for local food, jazz and Halloween with residents, guests and the public at a special Halloween brunch on Sunday, October 28, in the Princess Margaret Dining Hall in Regent Hall, Parkland Fredericton. This meal is guaranteed to be a treat although the preparation may be tricky.  This is a full buffet with a plethora of options.  You can even work off your meal by dancing to the spooky stylings of the JAZZ LIGHT. Cost is $20 per person. No tipping. Space is limited, to register please call Penny at 460 8546 or email ppacey@shannex.com. 

Every Tuesday 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., Fiddlehead Lounge, Governor Hall 

Shannex Parkland Fredericton  has a lively multi -generational knitting and needlework group on Tuesday afternoons at 2 pm in the Fiddlehead Lounge, Governor Hall. We welcome all knitters and needle workers from the public to join us.  If you are a non-knitter, come to share your wit and “shoot the breeze”. For further information or to register please call Penny Pacey at 460 8546. 

 

For more information or to register for any of the above events, contact our Lifestyle Consultant here.