In honor of National Police and EMS Weeks, OceanView’s General Manager of Dining Services, Jeff Landry, dropped off some well-deserved meals for our local heroes.
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WGME News reported on how glad our residents and staff are to finally have life at the community return to normal!
With our residents all vaccinated against Coronavirus, we have been happy to start reopening dining, amenities, in-person fitness classes and activities, all in accordance with Maine CDC guidelines. This week we were pleased to start offering outings, starting with a special invitation from the Children’s Museum & Theater of Maine!
With the vast majority of our residents and staff having completed their Covid-19 vaccination series more than two weeks ago, we are grateful to be able to safely offer limited in-person services and amenities!
After a year of having to decline requests for community tours, we are very happy to announce that we are once again able to offer public visits. In accordance with the Maine CDC guidelines, individuals who would like to schedule a tour must have completed their COVID vaccination series at least two weeks prior, will be prescreened at our door, wear a face covering and maintain 6-foot social distancing.
Take a virtual tour of our main buildings to see examples of our apartments, dining venues, common areas and amenities!
The Winter Edition of our OceanViews newsletter is out! You may download a copy here, and be sure to contact us with your address to be sent future ones ahead of online posting.
OceanView’s Fitness Team is very excited to welcome our residents (safely) to the new Hager Fitness Pavilion, where they are able to teach classes and personal train using the endless possibilities of the new equipment and their professional expertise.
We are very excited to announce the completion of our 4,000 square-foot state-of-the art fitness facility, proudly named after Myron and Gladys Hager, who were the first residents to move into our community when it was founded in 1986!
Our ever-creative Activities staff decided to try hosting mini “pop-up concerts.” Held in open spaces with limited seating and performance times, these concerts allowed our residents to enjoy live music, all while remaining safety distanced.