The Whitehall and Esplanade Children’s programs combined for a special visit to our local fire house. Advertisements
Graduate Housing residents donated five large boxes of books to New Haven Reads following the swap room’s celebrate sustainability book swap.
Kids at Esplanade helped make their own applesauce and learned a lot about apples along the way!
It was a beautiful afternoon to decorate pumpkins in the Whitehall courtyard.
The music was pumping outside the Forestry School, when residents had the chance to participate in an outdoor Zumba session complete with healthy snacks.
The community room smelled like sugar and spice and everything nice this week during the “fall baking” themed meeting of our cooking group.
At playgroup this week the kids got the make their own slime and try painting with “puffy” paint. What fun!
Our Community Garden gives residents the opportunity to cultivate their green thumbs, and some of the results are pretty amazing (and delicious!).
Residents of 68 Mansfield attended a fantastic staging of Romeo and Juliet in nearby Edgerton Park last weekend.
Residents of HGS were welcomed in style, with a full BBQ in their courtyard hosted by their RCs Esther and Grant!
Whitehall’s annual welcome bbq is a great way to meet new neighbors and reconnect with old friends.
What better way to say goodbye to summer than with popsicles, water balloons and a slip-and-slide?