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What’s Your Pleasure?

No more alarm clocks. No more 9 to 5. At last, your life has become your own. And Quarry Hill gives you the freedom to make the most of it.

In Independent Living…

You might start each day, if you choose, with complimentary coffee, conversation and maybe a donut hole or two in the Living Room at the Anderson Inn. From there, the world’s your oyster. Each week brings fitness classes, shopping trips, movie nights, discussion groups and get-togethers for those with special interests like handcrafts, poetry and Scrabble.  The monthly calendar brims with evening wine-and-cheese socials, birthday parties, field trips and concerts. Annual traditions such as holiday gatherings and our legendary summer lobster bake bring neighbors together to celebrate the splendors of Maine’s four seasons.

Elsewhere in the Inn…

Quarry Hill’s activities staff plans dozens of programs and special events each month for residents of our traditional assisted living, memory-loss care and nursing-care communities. Popular are exercise classes; game nights; picnics; cookouts; museum outings; pet visits; wine-and-cheese parties; and performances by visiting musicians, dancers, storytellers and more.

Live, Learn and Let Fun Happen

Three year-round educational series, open to all residents and the general public, reflect Quarry Hill’s lively and inquiring spirit. Renowned “Adventures in Living Well” programs run the gamut—from Mediterranean cooking, to lighthouse history, to the history of American popular music. “Going Strong” events, offered more or less quarterly, deliver the latest information on arthritis, hearing loss and other health-related issues of particular concern to older adults. Finally, the semi-annual “Women After 50” series provides an intimate setting where mature women can forge connections while taking a deep dive into topics related to women’s history, creative expression, personal growth and more.

But there’s more to life at Quarry Hill than the planned and the scheduled. How about an elevator ride to the top of a 42-stories-high suspension bridge? A Super Bowl party?  A movie on  a winter afternoon?  Or an impromptu performance on the baby grand by a resident’s visiting grandson? You never know what might pop up.

Perhaps more than most communities of its kind, Quarry Hill is a place created of, for and above all by the people who call it home. A place where you get to be you.