Applewood Upcoming Events

With so much to do, how do Applewood residents stay informed about the day's events? That's easy. They simply turn on their televisions to the Applewood channel to see today's announcements at Applewood.

All events (unless otherwise noted) take place at:
1 Spencer Drive
Amherst, MA 01002
For more information call: (413) 253-9833

May 2018

Fitness with Brent

  • Every Monday and Wednesday at 10:15 A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Brent, who is a licensed personal trainer, conducts a balance and strengthening program using hand weights and Thera bands.

Fitness with Althea

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Althea is an Applewood resident who has been certified to teach a “Silver Sneakers” class which consists of a variety of chair and standing exercises using hand weights, Thera bands and one’s own body weight.

Current Affairs

  • Every Friday at 4:00 P.M. in the Conference Room
    • Carlyn Immerman is the moderator for a discussion group regarding local and world events.

Calendar Highlights

May 2018

Boston Museum of Fine Arts Trip

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2018; Van Departs at 8:30 A.M. for Boston
    • Klimt and Schiele Drawn Exhibits - “Rareley seem drawings - To mark the centenary of the deaths of Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) and Egon Schiele (1890–1918), the MFA presents an exhibition of rarely seen drawings by the Austrian artists on loan from the Albertina Museum in Vienna. “Klimt and Schiele: Drawn” examines both the divergences and compelling parallels between the two artists—particularly in their provocative depictions of the human body. Nearly 30 years apart in age, Klimt and Schiele shared a mutual respect and admiration for each other’s talent. Yet, their work is decidedly different in appearance and effect: Klimt’s drawings are often delicate, while Schiele’s are frequently bold. Klimt often used these sheets as preparatory designs for paintings, while Schiele considered his drawings to be independent pictures and routinely sold them. Both deployed frank naturalism, unsettling emotional resonances, and disorienting omissions to challenge conventions and expectations in portraits, nudes, and allegories. Organized thematically, this selection of 60 drawings begins with the artists’ academic origins and then investigates how each shifted away from traditional training to more incisive and unconventional explorations of humanity. The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated publication.”

Piano Music

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2018; at 6:30 P.M. in the Lobby
    • Applewood resident, Margery Forbes will play her favorite tunes.

Complimentary Continental Breakfast

  • Saturday, May 5, 2018; from 8:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M. in the Tavern
    • Join your friends and neighbors for an Applewood complimentary breakfast.

Wildlife Rehabilitators

  • Saturday, May 5, 2018; at 10:30 A.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Alyn Thayer, Health Services Director at Applewood with her husband Cliff will discuss their 18 years as licensed wildlife rehabilitators.

Valley Classical Concerts Present: “Attacca Quartet”

  • Sunday, May 6, 2018; at 3:00 P.M. in Sage Hall at Smith College
    • “A standard-bearer of an amazing generation of American quartets makes its VCC debut. Works by Pulitzer-winner Caroline Shaw, Mendelssohn (Op. 12), and Beethoven (the sublime Op. 132). “…very close to epitomizing the string quartet ideal.” (Washington Post)

Northampton Woodwind Quintet

  • Monday, May 7, 2018; at 7:30 P.M. in The Meeting Room
    • “This ensemble is dedicated to the literature, the voice and the multiple personalities of the woodwind quintet. They play original compositions and transcriptions of works for other instruments and have even made their own arrangements of works by the likes of J.S. Bach and Elvis Costello.”

Tuesday Nights Together Presents: “The Cree Nation of Quebec and the James Bay Project”

  • Tuesday, May 8, 2018; at 7:30 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Peter Westover will present on a 9-day exploration of Cree country near James Bay, Canada, which he and six talented Umass students made in March 2018. Come and listen to their life-changing experience.

Five College Learning In Retirement Encore Program

  • Wednesday, May 9, 2018; from 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Stephanie Levine presents “Civil Rights ‘60s” and Nancy Mihevc presents “Digital Privacy”.

Annual Shopping to Wilson’s Department Store

  • Wednesday, May 9, 2018; Van departs at 10:15 A.M. for Greenfield, MA
    • Shop at one of the only family owned department stores left in America and lunch at Hope and Olive.

Music at the Piano

  • Wednesday, May 9, 2018; at 6:30 P.M. in the Lobby
    • Jerry Weinstein will play his favorite piano music.

Workings of the Juvenile Court

  • Saturday, May 12, 2018; at 10:30 A.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Judge James Collins will begin a two-year term as president of the association. The organization was formed 27 years ago to present an independent voice for judges on a wide range of court-related concerns.

Five College Learning In Retirement Encore Program

  • Wednesday, May 16, 2018; from 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Rachel Borson presents “Hitler Youth” and Elizabeth Schaffer presents “Liberia”.

Literature by Writers of Color

  • Thursday, May 17, 2018; at 3:30 P.M. in Apartment 211 (Anita Page)
    • Reading of August Wilson’s play Fences – Please see Sandi Albertson-Shea for details on ordering the play script.

Pioneer Valley Capella

  • Sunday, May 20 2018; at 4:00 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • “The Pioneer Valley Cappella (PVC) is a Northampton-based auditioned ensemble that has been performing unaccompanied choral music for nearly thirty years. We explore a fascinating range of repertoire; from early Renaissance to contemporary, the Americas to Eastern Europe.”

Hearing Aid Clinic

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018; from 9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M. in Wellness Area
    • Allison Holmberg, MS, CCA-A/SLP, Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist from Hampshire Hearing and Speech Services will be available to assist with your hearing aids.

Zachary Bell Danziger will Perform

  • Sunday, May 27, 2018; at 4:00 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Come hear his guitar music

Fraud Protection Program

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018; at 11:00 A.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Karen Cartier, Greenfield Savings Bank Fraud Prevention Officer will discuss how to protect you from scam, identification theft and social engineering.

Prior Events

April 2018

  • Tuesday, April 3, 2018; “Sacred Dances and Legends of Hawaii” With The Halau Hula Ka No’eau Ensemble
    • “SACRED DANCES AND LEGENDS OF HAWAI'I: WHEN GODS MINGLED WITH MORTALS - Michael Pili Pang and the Halau Hula Ka No'eau Ensemble ... Pili Pang presents a new work, based on legends about the divine creators of the Hawaiian Islands, that innovatively combines traditional hula, music, and chants.”
  • Friday, April 6, 2018; Music In Amherst Series Presents: WindSync
    • “In its ninth season, the prizewinning Houston-based wind quintet builds highly thematic programs that feature landmark quintets, new works by American composers, and premiere arrangements of standard repertoire with the goal of increasing accessibility and cultural significance of wind chamber music. WindSync is recognized for dramatic, fully memorized concert presentations that often feature collaborators from the worlds of music, dance, and multimedia.”.
  • Saturday, April 7, 2018; Complimentary Continental Breakfast
    • Join your friends and neighbors for an Applewood complimentary breakfast.
  • Saturday, April 7, 2018; Traveling In Iran
    • Larry Siddall, retired Psychotherapist will discuss his travels through Iran.
  • Sunday, April 8, 2018; A Sequel to A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters”
    • David Neelon and Turi MacCombie will perform this play with a new ending.
  • Thursday, April 12, 2018; Umass Asian Arts and Culture Department Presents: Silk Road Ensemble
    • “The Silkroad Ensemble, a Grammy-nominated collective of performers from Asia, Europe and the Americas, combines superb musicianship with an eagerness to connect across cultures and musical traditions. Western string instrumentalists perform with folk percussionists and virtuosos of instruments like the pipa (Chinese lute), gaita (Galician bagpipes), tabla (Indian hand drums), shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute), and kamancheh (Persian bowed lute). The ensemble’s lively concert features some classical music and sumptuous traditional music alongside new work by composers the world over.”
  • Saturday, April 14, 2018; Let Us Watch Richard Wilbur
    • “Robert Bagg and Mary Bagg ... the life story with details gleaned from access to his unpublished journals, family archives, candid interviews they conducted with Wilbur and his wife, Charlee, and his correspondence with Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, John Berryman, John Malcolm Brinnin, James Merrill, and others.”
  • Saturday, April 14, 2018; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast Presents: “Luisa Miller ”
    • Plácido Domingo adds yet another role to his legendary Met career in this rarely performed Verdi gem, a heart-wrenching tragedy of fatherly love. Sonya Yoncheva sings the title role opposite Piotr Beczała in the first Met performances of the opera in more than ten years. Bertrand de Billy conducts “
  • Sunday, April 15, 2018; Arcadia Players Presents: “The Glory Of Purcell”
    • “Following the huge success of our collaboration with the Henry Purcell Society of Boston last season in King Arthur, we once again join forces for a glorious concert of instrumental and vocal music by the “Orpheus of Britain,” including Come Ye Sons of Art, an ode for the birthday of Queen Mary. Not to be missed!”
  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018; Healing the Earth: Mystical Arts of Tibet, Sand Mandala - Opening Ceremony
    • The Monks from the Drepung Loseling Monestary will work with colored sand displaying tantric Buddhist art. Over four days, millions of grains of sand are painstakingly laid in place on a platform. The creation and beauty of a Tibetan sand mandala is an abiding phenomenon of art and construction, emanating spiritual and healing power to all who experience it.
  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018; Coffee With Lauren Scruggs, CEO, The Loomis Communities
    • Come listen to what’s new at Loomis Communities and ask any questions on your mind regarding Loomis and/or Applewood.
  • Friday, April 20, 2018; Healing the Earth: Mystical Arts of Tibet, Sand Mandala – Closing Ceremony
    • Typically in the closing ceremony teachings are offered on compassion and the nature of impermanence. After the dissolving of the mandala, sand is sometimes distributed to those present, and the remainder of the sand will offered to the waters of the Umass Pond so that compassion may flow out to all beings.
  • Saturday, April 21, 2018; Sustainability at Hampshire College
    • Todd Holland, Projects and Operations Manager at Hampshire College will discuss "How a Small Liberal Arts College, with Limited Resources, made a bold move into Solar that will slash most of its Carbon Emissions in a Single Project".
  • Tuesday, April 24, 2018; Hearing Aid Clinic
    • Allison Holmberg, MS, CCA-A/SLP, Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist from Hampshire Hearing and Speech Services will be available to assist with your hearing aids.
  • Friday, April 27, 2018; Orchard Arboretum’s Arbor Day Celebration
    • Join the Applewood residents and local neighbors to honor nature and the beauty of this spot.
  • Saturday, April 28, 2018; Impact Of New Tax Law On Older People
    • Sean Wandrei, Tax Professional and Professor of Accounting at the Umass Isenberg School of Management will review how the new tax law will affect older, retired adults.

March 2018

  • Thursday, Thursday, March 1, 2018; Venice Baroque Orchestra
    • “This Venice-based period-instrument ensemble specializes in vibrant performances of the works of one of that city’s native sons, Antonio Vivaldi, as well as other early-music composers such as Caldara, Locatelli, and Galuppi. The orchestra is known for their rediscovery of 17th- and 18th-century masterpieces and their revelatory pursuit of the essence of the compositions they play, which the Washington Post once described as “tearing the powdered wig off this music once and for all.” Their extensive touring has brought them to concert venues around the world; for this concert they will be joined by virtuoso musician Anna Fusek on wood recorder. “There’s a wildness in Vivaldi’s music that makes it so exciting, a sense of barely controlled fury in his huge, cascading waves of sound. But there’s also a heart-breaking vulnerability at its core, and the Venice players balanced them to perfection.”—Washington Post
  • Saturday, March 3, 2018, 2018; Complimentary Continental Breakfast
    • Join your friends and neighbors for an Applewood complimentary breakfast.
  • Saturday, March 3, 2018; Mount Holyoke News
    • Sonya Stephens, Interim President joined Mount Holyoke College in 2013 as vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty. As the chief academic officer, she was responsible for faculty research and curricular support, faculty governance, and academic budgeting and infrastructure.
  • Saturday, March 3, 2018; 13th Annual Jazz Ensembles – “The Big Broadcast”
    • A presentation of a live 1940’s radio broadcast created by Mark Gionfriddo with WWLP-TV meteorologist Brian Lapis, and the Mt. Holyoke Band, Vocal Jazz and Chamber Jazz Ensembles.
  • Tuesday, March 6, 2018; Roundabout Theatre Company Presents “Cabaret”
    • “Come to the infamous Kit Kat Klub, as the Emcee, Sally Bowles, and the rest of a raucous cast of characters take the stage to tantalize the crowd. But as life in Germany grows uncertain, will the alluring, decadent Berlin nightlife be enough to get them through dangerous times? Come hear some of the most memorable songs in theater history—“Cabaret,” “Willkommen,” “Maybe This Time”—in John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff’s Tony Award–winning musical about following your heart while the world loses its way.”
  • Wednesday, March 7, 2018; The Odyssey of Homer-How the Brain Works and Changes
    • Kate Tyler, Community Relations Liaison from Homewatch Caregivers will show a short film and then a presentation on the brain as it ages and what can be done to maintain a healthy brain.
  • Saturday, March 10, 2018; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast Presents Rossini’s “Semiramide”
    • “This masterpiece of dazzling vocal fireworks makes a rare Met appearance—its first in nearly 25 years—with Maurizio Benini on the podium. The all-star bel canto cast features Angela Meade in the title role of the murderous Queen of Babylon, who squares off in breathtaking duets with Arsace, a trouser role sung by Elizabeth DeShong. Javier Camarena, Ildar Abdrazakov, and Ryan Speedo Green complete the stellar cast.”
  • Saturday, March 17, 2018; Pilgrimage through Spain and Portugal
    • Christine Sulborski, Marketing Manager at Applewood will do a presentation with photos of her walking/bus trip through several cities in Spain and Portugal beginning in Madrid and then onto Avila, Toledo, Santiago de Compostela, Fatima, Santarem, Salamanca and Lisbon.
  • Monday, March 19, 2018; 10Th Annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser for the Amherst Survival Center
    • Local pottery artists donate bowls and local restaurants and Applewood have donated homemade soup to assist with this fund raiser.
  • Friday, March 23, 2018; Music in Amherst Series Presents Damien Sneed, piano
    • “Multi-genre recording artist and a 2014 recipient of the prestigious Sphinx Medal of Excellence honor, which is presented annually to emerging Black and Latino leaders in classical music, Sneed has also garnered attention in a wide range of other musical genres, including jazz, gospel, pop, R&B, opera and musical theatre.”
  • Saturday, March 24, 2018; Martians and Hole In The Sky
    • George Greenstein, PH.D., Professor Emeritus of Astronomy at Amherst College and Astronomer David Todd with discuss Martians and the hole in the sky.
  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018; Town Election
    • Make sure you cast your vote and be an active part of the Amherst Community
  • Thursday, March 29, 2018; Group Artist in Residence Opening
    • Applewood Artists, Frances Kadinoff, Marius Sznajderman and John Walker will show their latest creations.
  • Saturday, March 31, 2018; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast Presents “Mozart: Cosi fan tutte”
    • “A winning cast comes together for Phelim McDermott’s clever vision of Mozart’s comedy about the sexes, set in a carnival-esque, funhouse environment inspired by 1950s Coney Island—complete with bearded ladies, fire eaters, and a Ferris wheel. Manipulating the action are the Don Alfonso of Christopher Maltman and the Despina of Tony Award–winner Kelli O’Hara, with Amanda Majeski, Serena Malfi, Ben Bliss, and Adam Plachetka as the pairs of young lovers who test each other’s faithfulness. David Robertson conducts.”
  • Saturday, March 31, 2018; Valley Classical Concerts Presents “Quartetto di Cremona”
    • “Two years after their superb VCC debut, our friends from the “City of Violins” return with an Italian buffet: works by Boccherini,
    • Verdi, Puccini, and Respighi. “As sleek and elegant as an Armani suit.” (The Strad)

February 2018

  • Saturday, February 3, 2018; Complimentary Continental Breakfast
    • Join your friends and neighbors for an Applewood complimentary breakfast.
  • Saturday, February 3, 2018; Sustainability Measures at Smith College
    • Dano Weisboro, The Director of Sustainability and Campus Planning, is also a member of the Study Group on Climate Change. Under the directive of President Kathleen McCartney, this group will integrate climate action and sustainability across all aspects of the college.
  • Sunday, February 4, 2018; “Stories From The Stoop”
    • These seven unforgettable true-life adventure stories are sometimes humorous, often gritty, but never grim. A boy's life experienced from the stoop, a small piece of real estate, made of dreams, granite and memories, his window onto and into the world. Local author, Steve Bernstein will read an excerpt from his book.
  • Sunday, February 4, 2018; Valley Classical Presents: Manhattan String Quartet
    • An American institution, still going strong in their 47th season. Quartets by Haydn, Witold Lutosławski, and Ravel. And you’ll be home in time for the Super Bowl! “A national treasure.” (Boston Globe).
  • Sunday, February 4, 2018; Super bowl LLII Party
    • Watch the contest between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles with your friends and neighbors.
  • Thursday, February 8, 2018; Jessica Lange Dance
    • “Jessica Lang seamlessly incorporates striking design elements and transforms classical ballet language into artfully crafted, emotionally engaging contemporary work packed with stunning movement. This promises to be one of the hottest shows of the winter. Among the pieces to be performed are Tesseracts of Time, created in collaboration with internationally recognized architect Steven Holl, and Thousand Yard Stare, honoring wounded veterans and all of those affected by war.”
  • Saturday, February 10, 2018; New Technology in Higher Education
    • Ian Camera, Development Executive and Professor at Holyoke Community College “is a self-described geek. He loves technology and embraces its value and application in the modern classroom.”
  • Saturday, February 10, 2018; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast Presents: “Donizetti: L’Elisir D’Amore
    • "Pretty Yende debuts a new role at the Met with her first Adina opposite Matthew Polenzani, who enthralled Met audiences as Nemorino in 2013 with his ravishing “Una furtiva lagrima.” Bartlett Sher’s production is charming, with deft comedic timing, but also emotionally revealing. Domingo Hindoyan conducts.”
  • Tuesday, February 13, 2018; Hearing Aid Clinic
    • Alison Holmberg, MS, CCA-A/SLP from Hampshire Hearing Services will be at Applewood to assist you. Sign up at the front desk.
  • Saturday, February 17, 2018; Hampshire College Going 100% Solar
    • Todd Holland, Projects and Operations Manager will discuss how Hampshire College is going to be accomplishing their solar goals.
  • Saturday, February 17, 2018; Music at Amherst Parallels Series: “The International Contemporary Ensemble”
    • “The International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) is an artist collective committed to transforming the way music is created and experienced. As performer, curator and educator, ICE explores how new music intersects with communities across the world. The ensemble’s members are featured as soloists, chamber musicians, commissioners and collaborators with the foremost musical artists of our time. Works by emerging composers have anchored ICE’s programming since its founding in 2001, and the group’s recordings and digital platforms highlight the many voices that weave music’s present.”
  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018; Applewood Social Hour
    • Join your friends and neighbors for hors d’oeuvres and wine.
  • Saturday, February 24, 2018; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast: “Puccini: La Bohéme”
    • “The world’s most popular opera returns in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with a series of exciting casts. Angel Blue, Anita Hartig, and Sonya Yoncheva (left) share the role of the fragile Mimì, with Dmytro Popov, Russell Thomas, and Michael Fabiano alternating as the poet Rodolfo. Alexander Soddy and Marco Armiliato share conducting duties.”

Independent Living

Independent Living Homes and Apartments


What is independent living?

Independent living is available at the following Loomis Communities:

When referring to retirement communities, independent living describes a house or apartment home in an age-restricted community setting designed for older adults who are able to manage their homes and daily activities without supervision or medical assistance. Independent living can be offered as an apartment in a stand-alone building, or as part of a larger community with a wide range of services, including access to a continuum of health care should you need those services in the future.

Our independent living apartments, villas, and cottages set the standard for distinctive retirement living. Residents enjoy a maintenance-free lifestyle in a spacious, thoughtfully designed homes. Comfort and peace of mind are the focus of our independent living homes, with features such as a private balcony or patio, lovely views, a well-equipped kitchen, generous closets and storage, and many other amenities.

A wide selection of independent living apartments and homes is available at all of The Loomis Communities. Whichever of our communities you choose, you’ll find neighbors who become friends, and plenty of space for your treasured possessions. The Loomis Communities offers everything you need to create a healthy, happy, active retirement.

Assisted Living

Assisted Living


What is assisted living?

Assisted living is available at the following Loomis Communities:

Assisted living offers a middle ground between independent living and nursing care. Assisted living is a good choice for you if you do not require the extensive medical care provided in nursing care but are not able to manage living on your own. Staff is available to provide 24-hour comprehensive assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and hygiene. A variety of activities and social events, as well as transportation, cleaning, and laundry services, also are typical features of assisted living. The Loomis Communities provides assisted living as part of a comprehensive continuum of care, while many organizations only provide one level of assistance.

Our assisted living features private apartments that residents furnish with their own personal treasures, providing all the comforts of home. Our studio and one-bedroom apartments provide a place where residents who need a little help with the activities of daily living (ADLs) can truly enjoy life. Caregivers are available to help residents with activities such as dressing, bathing, grooming, and medication management. The intimate residential design of assisted living allows our staff to get to know and understand the needs and desires of residents and their families.

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation

Skilled Nursing Care


What do all these terms mean: home care, skilled nursing care, licensed skilled care, and long-term care?

Skilled nursing care and rehabilitation are avaiable at the following Loomis Community:

Nursing homes are licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and offer furnished rooms and health services to residents who require consistent and ongoing medical care with physician oversight but do not require hospitalization. This is called skilled nursing care. Our communities provide skilled nursing care, which includes post-hospital care, short-term rehabilitation, complex medical care, and long-term care. Oversight is provided by licensed professional nurses, nurse practitioners, and physicians. A comprehensive therapy department is staffed by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists. The Loomis Communities nursing homes are designed to meet the individual needs of the residents.

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing offers licensed, skilled nursing care in a cozy and supportive environment. Both our nursing centers are Medicare and Medicaid-certified and provide short-term rehabilitation and long-term care in well-appointed private or semi-private rooms. The Loomis House nursing center also offers specialized dementia care. Our compassionate staff delivers care with respect and dignity.


What is rehabilitation, skilled rehabilitation, or short-term rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation is available at the following Loomis Community:

The Loomis Communities offers rehabilitation services in partnership with Genesis Rehab Services. Our combined staff of professionals such as physical and occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, registered dieticians, registered nurses, licensed social workers, and gourmet chefs, work as a team to get you back home. We complete a comprehensive assessment to develop individualized care plans to manage residents’ physical, social, and emotional concerns.

Our unique approach promotes independence and a rapid return home after rehabilitation from a broad range of surgical procedures, injuries, and illness.

Our nursing center, Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing is Medicare and Medicaid-certified, and provides short-term rehabilitation and long-term care in well-appointed private or semi-private rooms. Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing received a 5-year accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Person-Centered Long-term Care. This mark of excellence means that we have been recognized as a provider of quality care for your loved one that meets state-of-the-art, international standards of performance.

To learn more about rehabilitation at the Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing nursing center, please contact:

Gabrielle Thomes,
413-782-1800, ext. 5850, or

Applewood Senior Independent Living in Amherst MA
Loomis Lakeside CCRC Springfield MA
Loomis Village Senior Living South Hadley