Welcome to Parkland Riverview

Located just next door to Moncton, Parkland Riverview is a retirement living campus that provides all of the lifestyle options and amenities one could want in the middle of a vibrant community. Have the life you want in the town you love at Parkland Riverview.

Service lines offered:

Hospitality and Wellness • Assisted Living • Long Term Care

Tuesday, September 19 – 2:00 p.m.

Looking for a new way to keep fit and be safe? Something different to spice up the routine?  Why not give Urban Poling a try! Dr. Sarah Lord will be presenting an information session on this fitness exercise; “Introduction to Nordic Walking for Fitness & Mobility”

Friday, September 22 – 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Royal Den

Have some new or slightly used purses in your closet ladies that you are looking to donate to a good cause?  Well we have the spot for them.  Bring your donated purses to Parkland Riverview by September 22nd and then come back and shop on the 29th and see what new purse treasures you can find.  All proceeds will go towards the purchase of a Trishaw Bike for our campus residents to enjoy.

Friday, October 13 – 2:00-4:00 p.m.

In conjunction with the Town of Riverview Harvest Festival, Parkland Riverview is going to host one of our Giant Card Parties. There will be a special fall treat (what will our chef create this time?!) door prizes and fun for all. Reserve your table of 4 today by calling 387-7770. Limited space so please register by October 11th.

Wednesday, October 4 – 7:00-9:00 p.m., Royal Court

Have a loved one with a dementia or Alzheimer’s diagnosis and wondering “What next?”  The Moncton Alzheimer Society is here to help.  They will be presenting their five week “First Steps” program starting on Wednesday, October 4th. Parkland Riverview will be hosting the society’s guests for these sessions.  To register please call Joanne at 858-8380.

Friday, October 27 – 2:00 p.m.

Ensemble 18C has put together a fall music line up to entertain all.  Come listen to 18th Century Music being played on 18th Century instruments, along with stories of music at the time narrated by one of its members.  Open to all to enjoy.

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