Our Pinebrook bus was full with residents waving to all the happy children who were cheering on the parade! Our staff ran alongside passing out candy to many smiling faces. Even though the weather was cold, there was a massive community turnout for some hometown excitement!
Category: Out & About
Pinebrook residents brought good luck to the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon! The Reds beat the New York Mets. The final score was 7 to 2. The Reds won two games of a three game series. The sunny day was delightful with a slight breeze from the Ohio River. Residents enjoyed seats near third base. It was a […]
At Pinebrook, we love to go out for lunch! Fuji Steak House in Eastgate is one of our favorite locations. The service is outstanding and there is something for everyone’s palate.
Our annual luncheon trip to LaComedia, with the newer version of “A Christmas Carol” was loved by all. We each agreed it was the best we had ever seen! AND as usual the food was superb!
We took an extraordinary outing to Clifton Mills Gorge with 18 of our wonderful residents. Our first stop was at Clifton Mills Restaurant. The food was excellent and the view was even better! The next stop was a short hike to see the gorge from a different angle. The beauty was breath taking! What a great […]
Yesterday, residents braved the heat and possible rain to take a scenic boat ride along the Ohio River! Along the way, they learned some history about the Queen City.
Yesterday, a large group of residents travelled to Springboro, OH to La Comedia. While there, they enjoyed a delicious lunch, and saw the musical Fiddler on the Roof! All in all, it was a great day out!
Yesterday, the residents took a trip to the newly opened Incline Public House. Tucked in among the hills of Price Hill, the residents had a delicious meal and enjoyed a breathtaking view. We will definitely be returning to take in the view again!
Today the residents took a trip to Krohn Conservatory! There they got to take in the beautiful flowers and watch as the Easter flowers were being put out. Following the conservatory, we took the short drive up to Mount Adams to have lunch at the Rookwood. It was a wonderful day for a trip out and […]
Today, the residents took a trip to the Cincinnati Art Museum where they enjoyed a delicious lunch and Restoration on View. This exhibition has Cincinnati Art Museum’s Chief Conservator and paintings conservator Serena Urry will be on view cleaning The Retablo of St. Peter. The Spanish altarpiece, attributed to Lorenzo Zaragoza, dates to around 1400. Its 18 painted […]
Last night, the residents had the honor of participating in the Milford Holiday Parade. Dressed in their holiday apparel, they rode down the street in the decorated Pinebrook bus, as Executive Director Dennis Curley walked down the streets dressed as Santa! Community Life Director Joy Frederick helped to pass out candy to the crowd!
Last Thursday, the residents took a trip out to Amish Country in Adams County. We started off the day by stopping at a little hole in the wall truck stop for lunch. The residents loved both the food and the atmosphere! We then traveled the back roads to reach Miller’s Baker, Miller’s Bulk Food and […]
This past Thursday, a few residents braved the weather to go and watch the Reds. The Reds didn’t do well, but the residents had fun!
Yesterday, the residents took a day trip to the beautiful river town of Ripley, OH. They enjoyed a delicious lunch at Rockin’ Robin’s Soda Shoppe, complete with 50’s and 60’s memorabilia. After lunch, a few residents took a short stroll along the river and watched the barges floating by. They also had to the chance […]
This past Thursday the residents took a lunch trip to Fuji Steakhouse in Eastgate. They enjoyed a delicious lunch, as well as a show from the Hibachi grill masters! For some, this was the first visit, for others it was one of many. One thing is for sure, the residents want to go back!
This past Friday, we were lucky enough to have several residents participate in the Adult Spelling Bee presented by the Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown County. The residents made it to the third round of the competition! We are very proud of our players!
This past Saturday our residents joined Ronnie and Community Life Director Annie on a fishing trip to Lake Isabella in Symmes Township.
In the next two months, residents will be taking tours of two Cincinnati icons. The first trip was to Rookwood Pottery factory. They were lead on a wonderful and informational tour where they learned what makes this factory such a city gem. They learned the history of this landmark, saw master craftsman at work at […]
Have you ever wondered how the ancient people interpreted the night sky? Then come join us on February 29th at 1:00pm for a trip to the Cincinnati Observatory. Come discover the intriguing world of archaeoastronomy through mythology. Various interpretations of astronomical mythology willl take you on a journey to a plethora of places such as […]
It was a perfect afternoon to climb aboard the Pinebrook bus and travel back in time! “Bebb Settlement,” a Pioneer Village, represents a typical early 19th century American settlement found in the Ohio region. We met an historic interpreter who walked us through the Pioneer Village as we discovered the lifestyles and customs of the settlers. […]
Pinebrook residents celebrated Mr. Bryan’s 95th birthday at the Montgomery Inn Boathouse located on the scenic Ohio River. We enjoyed the striking view of the river, watched river barges go by, ate Montgomery Inn’s world-famous ribs and enjoyed seriously decadent desserts. Wow… what a pleasant afternoon!
Resident and Pinebrook’s very own adventurist Fran Rassin took advantage of our extraordinary outing, “Star-Spangled Spectacular,” hosted by the Clermont County Senior Services. Fran rose bright and early, boarded a bus to Baltimore, MD for an exciting celebration of the 200th Birthday of the Star Spangled Banner! Fran will attend the festival at the Baltimore’s […]
Pinebrook residents had an absolute blast riding the all terian amphibious sightseeing Newport Ducks! The tour delivered a fun, educational, entertaining view of the Cincinnati region.