17 Jan Heritage of Ft. Wayne’s Winter Drive-In Adventure
It had all the perks and none of the challenges of a traditional drive-in movie.
Heritage Pointe of Ft. Wayne senior living community hosted its cinematic adventure complete with a screen, concession stand, and ‘automobiles’ for the residents to watch Dennis the Menace. The only thing missing was the frigid winter weather, and no one complained about that!
Enjoying popcorn and Coke, the residents from Wurley Memory Care at Heritage Pointe of Ft. Wayne sat “in” their drive-in car props and enjoyed watching the irresistible charms of their favorite comic icon.
Amber Hadley, memory care coordinator said the residents enjoyed the experience and reminisced about the Dennis the Menace comic strip from the 1950s. “It was a fun trip down Memory Lane,” she said!
Heritage Pointe of Fort Wayne
Heritage Pointe of Fort Wayne is conveniently located just off Interstate 469. The senior living community is on a beautiful campus featuring scenic trails, a community garden, four lakes, a community clubhouse, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and more. Heritage Pointe of Fort Wayne offers vibrant independent living in freestanding villas and apartments. Assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, and long-term skilled care are provided on the same campus, thus offering a complete continuum of care, also known as Life Plan. Heritage Pointe of Fort Wayne is owned and operated by The United Methodist Memorial Home, an Indiana non-profit founded in 1907. To learn more about Heritage Pointe of Fort Wayne, visit www.HeritagePointeOfFortWayne.org.