St. Leonard features unique programming and activities. The calendar is carefully planned to ensure each resident has an opportunity to participate in a variety of meaningful activities that enrich the mind, body, and spirit.
Like to keep busy? Or are you the more relaxed type? Whatever your style, there’s always something fun to do at St. Leonard. From golf outings to dance classes to bridge club, you’ll find a great fit no matter what your interests.
Activities that require membership are marked.
The mission of the Body, Mind, and Spirit Series is to offer residents and community members programming and events that are focused on Vital Living and will help them achieve their highest level of wellness.
Like to keep busy? Or are you the more relaxed type? From golf outings to dance classes to bridge club, you’ll find a great fit no matter what your interests.
In what historians and political experts have called one of the most important elections in the political history of our country, University of Dayton Special Programs and Continuing Education through its Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (UDOLLI) will present a series of non-partisan public and political issues workshops hosted by St. Leonard Retirement Community in Centerville, during 2023 and 2024.
The rationale for the workshops is rooted in the spirit of colonial New England’s town meetings, citizens coming together to talk with each other about common concerns.
These workshops are offered as a public service to inform and engage citizens.
Free and open to the public, the issues workshops are intended to inform and engage citizens in civil discourse as we approach the election on Tuesday, November 5, 2024.