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Cuteness comes to Cold Lake

A reluctant donkey and an excited goat. These were just two of the visitors to Points West Living Cold Lake in late September 2023, along with a pony, chickens and puppies—a veritable petting zoo.



Seniors benefit from meditation and Tai Chi

Seniors can experience many health benefits by practising mindful meditation and the slow-motion exercise Tai Chi, both of which have been practised for thousands of years all over the world, including at Points West Living Cold Lake



Rockin’ and shoppin’ at Cold Lake

Points West Living Cold Lake is certainly a community chock-full of activities!



“Who wants s’mores?” Cold Lake does!

The s’mores were so good that some residents had another round. That’s what happened on a beautiful afternoon in September at Points West Living Cold Lake, when a campfire made the occasion even cozier.



Tennis anyone? The tabletop version arrives in Cold Lake

What can you do for fun and movement at Points West Living Cold Lake? Lots of things—and now you can add table tennis to the list.



Aloha from Cold Lake!

Parrots, toucans and flowers decorated the room, while colourful leis hung from the necks of participants. They may have been in northern Alberta, but July 11, 2023, was Hawaii Day at Points West Living Cold Lake.



Cold Lake puts on a party for fathers

Moustaches, ties, music and more were celebrated and enjoyed on Father’s Day at Points West Living Cold Lake.



Mother's Day Sweetened with Cakes and Cards

Left: Courtney Letondre

Top Right: Concert audience of residents and families

Bottom from left:  Jackie Hunter, Joyce Kiehl, Maggie Macdonald, Christina Faithful

Residents and families at PWL Cold Lake were treated to a Mother's Day concert with traditional gospel music flavoured with Newfoundland rhythms from musicians Norman and Shirley Rice.



A bonspiel with a difference at Cold Lake

In true Canadian tradition, Points West Living Cold Lake residents like to take to curling, with the help of a floor mat, a curling stone and two sticks.  Arranged in a circle, most of the players are residents in wheelchairs while the other players play from their chairs.



Cold Lake celebrates Easter with live music

Just prior to Easter Points West Living Cold Lake were treated to live music performance celebrating spiritual life with music and song. Mike Sheperd played the guitar and sang with his wife at the piano.