By John K. Adams
The Burbank Senior Artists Colony promotes ongoing onsite entertainment and personal expression for tenants.
Join this month’s “Excursion with Jack” exploring L.A.’s burgeoning Arts District on May 27th. Explore the city’s best new dining, shopping and art-viewing on this walking tour. Stop at Angel City Brewery for a refreshing beer among local hipsters in this former steel cable factory.
Enjoy and critique live drama at Neo Ensemble Theatre readings.
Standing and chair yoga every Friday is the hot new fitness class at The Colony. Residents love the gentle stretching and modified poses for their fitness levels. Space fills up fast so come early.
Ongoing fitness classes, movie nights, acting workshops, sketching and painting classes and the resident writing groups compete for your free time.
Chill out in the beautiful pool or compete in the billiard room. Challenge friends on scrabble night.
Only residents of Burbank Senior Artists Colony can access this rich creative environment. Stop missing out and move in today. The Colony is also short blocks from restaurants, shopping and offsite entertainment in Burbank. Visit their onsite salon for a fresh look.
Weekly social hours give Colony community tenants another chance to relax. Join the drum circle or sit back and enjoy.
The art and craft classes encourage all abilities in watercolor, sketching and painting with Poulet and jewelry making. Enjoy their own art museum featuring everyone’s and your best work.
Learn about magnificent small-scale art on May 20th, when resident Don shares his world- class collection of rare and beautiful postage stamps.
The spacious and bright apartments are the main attraction here. Every apartment is furnished with modern appliances and walk-in closets. Make this space your home. All tenants have access to covered, off-street parking.
Burbank Senior Artists Colony is located at 240 E Verdugo Ave. in Burbank. Visit SeniorArtistsColony.com or call (818) 955-9391.