What is Four-Course Conversation?

We’ve combined a delicious four-course luncheon with four different conversations about resident life. With each unique part of the meal (appetizer, soup or salad, entree, dessert,) you will meet a new resident host who will guide you through a conversation full of fresh information on campus life at Sherwood Oaks. We have limited space, so please call today to make your reservation. 1(800)642-2217.

Tuesday, September 25th
11:20 a.m.

Let the Experts Help Take the Anxiety Out of Moving

Sherwood Oaks Retirement Community is sponsoring a free seminar and brunch to help guide you through the moving process. Professionals from local moving companies, realtors, and organizers will be available so you can learn how a move can be customized to meet your needs and receive a 20% rebate from the commission on the sale of your home. Seating is limited, so please call 1(800) 642-2217 to register.

Monday, September 10th
10 a.m.

Why Pittsburgh? A Story of Innovation

Anne’s talk will focus not only on the region’s rich and complex history, but on the city’s tradition of innovation. Blessed with abundant natural resources and linked to markets downriver, this region developed first as a commercial and industrial center. Anne will talk about the unique story of the people and this place and how Pittsburgh innovators have impacted the world.

Tuesday, August 21
2 p.m.

Banjo Club

The Pittsburgh Banjo Club includes banjos, trumpets, tubas, and bass. Dressed in bright, colorful uniforms, the Pittsburgh Banjo Club makes a striking appearance while playing the happiest music in the world, putting a smile on your face, a tap in your toe and a song in your heart! The happiest sound in the world in a banjo, and the Pittsburgh Banjo Club provides miles of smiles.

Friday, August 10
2 p.m.

Neil Diamond

Western Pennsylvania singer-songwriter and recording artist Chris Denem performs a sensational tribute to the hit songs of superstar Neil Diamond, Chris will cover early hits from the 1960s up to 1980, including favorites such as “Solitary Man,” “Sweet Caroline,” “Holly Holy,” I am I Said,” through Jazz singer movie hits “America,” “Love on the Rocks,” “Hello Again,” and many more. Chris’ vocal renditions of Neil are rated second to none among the nation’s leading tribute artists.

Tuesday, July 24
2 p.m.

Lunch & Learn

All retirement communities are not created equal. Get the facts from Sherwood Oaks Executive Director and CFO, Annette McPeek, who will explain what Lifecare is and how it’s the defining difference between Sherwood Oaks and other retirement options. Enjoy a taste of our vibrant lifestyle and delicious cuisine. Your host, Sherwood Oaks, is a Lifecare retirement community in Cranberry Township, just North of Pittsburgh. In addition to apartments and patio homes, we offer personal care, skilled nursing and memory support, all on one campus. A complimentary lunch will be served.

To RSVP, call 1(800) 642-2217.

Tuesday, July 10
11 a.m.

Kennywood, a Century of Change

Join Bill Henninger, retired Executive Vice President of Kennywood Entertainment Company, as he presents Pittsburgh’s beloved amusement park. Founded in 1898 at the terminus of the Monongahela Street Railway trolley line, the park quickly grew into a favorite summertime destination. Bill will take us back with 100 years of Kennywood history including architecture, attractions, landscape, fashion, personalities, and rides.

Tuesday, June 26
2 P.M.

Four-Course Conversation

We’ve combined a delicious four-course luncheon with four different conversations about resident life. With each unique part of the meal (appetizer, soup or salad, entree, dessert), you will meet a new resident how who will guide you through a conversation full of fresh information on campus life at Sherwood Oaks. We have limited space so please call today to make your reservation. 1(800) 642-2217

Wednesday, June 13
11:30 A.M.

The Life of Ulysses S. Grant

For the past 40 plus years, retired U.S Marine, Ken Serfass has studied the life and times of Ulysses S. Grant. Today Ken is a sought after lecturer on all things concerning General and President Grant. Serfass, a Gettysburg resident, augments his Grant portrayals with an 1800s-era general’s uniform.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
2 p.m.