Residents Enjoy Festival of Trees

At Kendal at Lexington, the air is filled with excitement as the holiday season gets into full swing. The anticipation of festivities hangs in the air, and this year, KaLex kicked off the merriment with the annual Festival of Trees at the Webster Assisted Living Center.

The spirit of collaboration and camaraderie fills the halls as both staff and assisted living residents join forces to transform the common areas into a winter wonderland.

Each resident brings their unique flair to the project, and the trees reflect the diversity of the community. Some choose classic red and green ornaments, while others opt for more modern and eclectic decorations. The atmosphere is not just festive; it’s a testament to the vibrant personalities of the residents.

The Festival of Trees symbolizes unity as residents from both independent and assisted living communities visit, share stories and laughter. For those in assisted living, it’s a chance to engage in a hands-on, creative activity that brings joy and a sense of accomplishment. Independent living residents, in turn, enjoy the opportunity to connect with their neighbors and contribute to the festive spirit.

As the decorated trees adorn the Webster Assisted Living Center, a grand unveiling tradition marks the official start of the holiday season. Residents gather around the beautifully adorned trees, marveling at the creativity and festive spirit that fills the room. The twinkling lights, glittering ornaments, and the scent of fresh pine create a magical ambiance that brings warmth to everyone’s hearts.

The Festival of Trees at Kendal at Lexington is more than just a decoration project—it is a tradition that strengthens the bonds of the community. As the holiday season unfolds, the residents revel in the joy of togetherness, grateful for the shared moments that make Kendal at Lexington a home filled with warmth, laughter, and the true spirit of the holidays.