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The Best All-Inclusive Value in West Massachusetts Senior Living

East Village Place, located in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts is a retirement community offering Assisted Living and Two Levels of Memory Care on an intimately scaled senior campus, just outside Springfield and minutes from I-90 and I-91 with easy access to Boston and the rest of New England.

In this friendly atmosphere we offer extraordinary cuisine, fun events, interesting classes and unsurpassed customized care. Choose from studio apartments to spacious two-bedroom suites, wonderfully appointed with a kitchenette, large living room and bathrooms.

Residents of East Village Place enjoy services and amenities that support a carefree, fun-filled lifestyle. Our on-site amenities include two beautifully landscaped outdoor courtyards, complimentary van transportation, full-service beauty salon and barber shop, well-stocked library, an elegant dining room, as well as The Newport Pub for Happy Hours and The Coop coffee shop.


october, 2016

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4oct10:30 am- 11:30 amCrafty Creations10:30 am - 11:30 am 50 Benton Drive East Longmeadow, Mass 01028
5oct1:30 pm- 2:30 pmJazz in the Garden1:30 pm - 2:30 pm 50 Benton Drive East Longmeadow, Mass 01028
8oct10:00 am- 11:00 amArt Therapy10:00 am - 11:00 am 50 Benton Drive East Longmeadow, Mass 01028
20oct1:30 pm- 2:30 pmVintage Glass Presentation1:30 pm - 2:30 pm 50 Benton Drive East Longmeadow, Mass 01028



Life at East Village Place

We’re rocking today!

Kevin Paul is totally awesome and he always rocks the house when he comes to East Village Place. His music and energy is just an inspiration when he is here performing. Everyone loves to get up and dance to his hip hop beat. Fatimah is really grooving his music.

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Homemade Crepes by Bill Kelleher

Bill Kelleher cooked his homemade crepes for our Thursday afternoon Social Hour, you had a choice of apple or blueberry filled with Bill’s famous secret sauce.

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Travel Train Express to the Country Roads

All aboard the travel train express to the Country Roads. In preparation for our trip, we all put on our traveling hats and packed a suitcase. We packed flannel shirts, comfortable shoes, a banjo, overalls, and a camera to capture all the moments. While on our trip we managed to visit the Grand Ole Opry, Kentucky […]

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Resident Spotlight

Easter Bunny Surprise!

No one would have ever imagined that an Easter Bunny would show up during a sing along on Easter afternoon. Residents Victor and Claire got a grand surprise when the Easter Bunny got right in the middle of them. What a delightful way to make someone’s day. Thank you Diana Demers for coming in and making Easter amazing. […]

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Variety Show a Huge Hit!

Do you know someone in your life that just wants to make people laugh, smile and just plain happy? Well this individual, Bill Kelleher, does all that and more. He loves to put his best foot forward and come up with different ideas that get other men involved in our community. So he created a variety […]

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William “Bill” Kelleher – Always Keeping Us Entertained

William “Bill” Kelleher is one of our many residents that are thriving at East Village Place.  He and his wife Marie moved here in June of 2014 and he has been thriving ever since. Bill had a play that he and a few friends worked on for years, and he wanted to put it on […]

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St. Patty’s Day Luncheon was a hit!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The theme this month revolved around St. Patrick’s Day. We enjoyed an entire month planned with great old Irish music, such as Sara the Fiddler. History classes were all about Ireland and we dined on corned beef and cabbage, as well as all the fixings that go with a hearty feast. Remember to check out our […]

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Chinese New Year 2016 – The Year of the Monkey

We celebrated the Chinese New Year the best way we knew how, with great food and company. 2016 was the Year of the Monkey – the Chinese Zodiac consists of a 12 year cycle with each year named after a different animal that imparts distinct characteristics to its year.  If you were born during the Year […]

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Italian Day Themed Luncheon

January 27th was dedicated to Italy. We celebrated by researching Italian culture through the many resources Linked Senior has to offer. We explored fashion, foods, dessert in addition to famous places and famous people. Italian music played in the dining room while we noshed on Italian Stuffed Pork with Risotto and Zucchini. We also enjoyed Napoleon for dessert. Our famous Chef de Thomas came out […]

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Out and About

Beatles Tribute Luncheon at the East Longmeadow Council on Aging

The Beatles Tribute Luncheon was held at the East Longmeadow Council on Aging Thursday, September 8th. Here is Paul, Ringo, John and George with their great smiles and witty charm. Trish Gendron, Marketing Director from CareOne Redstone, Dee Foster from Community Life East Village Place and Alicia Smith, Program Coordinator from Council on Aging came together and put this event on!

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Springfield Armory Outing

Veteran residents in the community enjoyed an afternoon at the Springfield Armory. They were led on a wonderful tour of the 80,000 square foot facility by the National Park Service. On the tour, the National Park Service highlighted many weapons that some of our residents used when they served in conflicts like WWII and Korea. Among […]

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Concert Tribute to Jimmy Buffet

A group of us went out to enjoy the concerts at East Longmeadow High School. They put on excellent concerts all summer long! We have a great time getting outside for a few hours in the warm weather, while enjoying live music with our friends. We have a few more to attend before summer is […]

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On Aging

Isabel Cummings – Going for the Girl Scout “Gold Award”

Isabel Cummings, a junior at Longmeadow High School, approached me to a do a project creating scrapbooks for our residents in our memory care neighborhood called Pathways. She hopes her project will help create stronger bonds between caregivers, residents and their families as well as give residents a fun and meaningful activity. This picture is her and […]

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Couples Care – Keeping Families Together

East Village Place was recently recognized for its Couples Care program in an article published on May 27th, 2016 in The Reminder. To view the original article, please click here. East Village Place prides itself on catering to both individuals and couples. “Couples Care is yet another way to help couples stay together and relieve more of […]

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East Village Place Recognizes Three Residents Who Are 99 Years Young

Community Life Director Dee Foster sat down with three wonderful women to ask them what their secret to staying young is. All three ladies turned 99 this year and gave her this advice: Mary Link-Finn said, “A good diet, going to church, having a good sense of humor, and staying busy” keeps her young. And with her […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – The staff are very caring, kind and treat all the residents with respect.

The food at East Village Place looked good and I did not hear any complaints. The staff were wonderful with my mom and the other residents. They are very caring, kind and treat all the residents with respect. The community is clean and well taken care of. While mom did not participate in any activities […]

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Google+ Review – The care and compassion is outstanding.

Excellent place to place a family member; the care and compassion is outstanding. I have been to other places, even had my mother at another place and there is no comparison. East Villages Place takes the time to care and gives the time to the resident. My mothers aide is just outstanding and goes above and beyond […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – The food is good, and the rooms are nice as well as homey.

It’s wonderful. They are really good. It’s an assisted living place with two levels of memory care. The staff is wonderful. They are truly concerned. The food is good, and the rooms are nice, and more homey. They have the in between for memory care and assisted living. Take the time to go back two […]

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