The Easter Bunny Returns to San Simeon

Grab Your Easter Baskets and Join Us

All are welcome at San Simeon’s celebration of Easter. Our residents love to see a full house for the start of the spring season, so bring the whole family. We’ll be having an Easter Egg hunt on our patio, as well as loads more games and fun.

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Kids 12 & Under Skate FREE at Our Skating Party Fundraiser

Lower Ticket Prices for High School Students & Kids 12 and Under Skate FREE!

On March 30th we’re hosting a fun-filled evening of skating to your favorite tunes and help support San Simeon by the Sound. We’ve lowered the price for high school students to just $10 and kids 12 and under will now skate FREE when accompanied by an adult.

Please Help Support San Simeon!

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Mardi Gras Spirit Day on March 5th

Spirit Day Fun for Employees at San Simeon

In the spirit FUN you may want to get crazy and join the Activity Department on March 5th for Mardi Gras Day! Wear a bright colored shirt & jeans, and some festive beads or a Mardi Gras mask.

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Sharna Nicholson & John DiCerbo “Growing Memories”

Two student volunteers from the Cornell Master Gardener program are integrating their skills and project with our residents. They met with our residents on February 7th to include them in the project!

Scientists have confirmed that your sense of smell is closely linked to triggering emotions and memories, probably more so than any of our other senses. The scent of a spice or herb in bloom can conjure up recollections of a childhood picnic, for example.

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Love Is in the Air at San Simeon

As we all know, Valentine’s Day is a day of spreading love and showing affection and romance to your spouse. This month, as we highlight some of the married couples that are currently staying at San Simeon by the Sound, we had a few questions about what still makes their hearts beat for each other after so many years together.

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Read a Recipe for Literacy (RRL) Returns to San Simeon

On February 13th, the kids with Read a Recipe for Literacy (RRL) came back to San Simeon to read and share more stories with our residents. It was another wonderful day with the children and our residents truly enjoyed their stories. Some of the shyer children really came out of their shell and all of them were very well behaved. We are all starting to form friendships as the children sought out the residents they visited on the last gathering in April of last year.

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Supporting Women’s Heart Health

On Friday, February 1st, staff and residents alike showed their support for women’s heart health by wearing red here at San Simeon. National Wear Red Day occures on the first Friday of every February to help promote The Heart Truth, a campaign meant to raise awareness of the risk of heart disease in women. The campaign is sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,part of the Department of Health and Human Services.

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Skating Party Fundraiser – UPDATED!

Please note that we’ve updated this post with lower ticket prices!

Are You Ready for Some Fun?

Join us on March 30th for a fun-filled evening of skating to your favorite tunes and help support San Simeon by the Sound. This family-friendly event will be held at the George D. Costello Sr. Memorial Skating Rink in the American Legion Burton Potter Post 185 in Greenport. The donation includes admission to the newly-renovated rink and skate rentals!

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San Simeon Works to Prevent the Spread of Germs During the Flu Season

It’s that time of year when flu season is in full swing. However, it’s not so easy avoiding the germs of your co-workers and others around you. Germs travel like wildfire – just that one doorknob contaminated with a virus spreads germs to about half of the people in a facility.

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C.N.A. Class Scheduled for February 6th

Attention: All Employees

The next C.N.A. class is scheduled to begin February 6, 2019

If you know of anyone interested in taking this class please ask the receptionist for an application.

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