Saint Ann Retirement Community welcomes you as we re-open our doors for tours. Come and see what everyone is talking about when they say that Saint Ann's is the best retirement community in the state of Oklahoma. From the time that you enter our doors, you will sense the friendly atmosphere as the residents welcome you to our community. Everything is decorated in red, white and blue to celebrate Independence Day and the month of July.
Saint Ann Retirement Center is in the planning stages of hosting a Fall Craft Fair and Open House in October, 2021 in the Grand Theater and Foyer of the Independent Living area. Once we get a firm date, be sure to put it on your calendar. Everyone will be encouraged to join us. In years past, we have had approximately 35 vendors present selling all types of craft items. Refreshments and entertainment were served throughout the day and several toured our community to see our beautiful apartments and surroundings. We will let you know the date as soon as possible.
Saint Ann Retirement Center hosted our Annual Halloween Party on Friday. October 30th at 6:00pm in the Grand Theater. We had a Costume Contest with prizes given to the best dressed residents and we had a lot of competition. The music was provided by the incredible "Elderly Brothers." They always do a fantastic job at our dances. We also had the Bethany High School Honor Students here to assist us with the dance. They served refreshments, danced with the residents and brought so much enthusiasm to our party. A big thank you to all who participated!
Saint Ann Retirement Center is proud to invite you to our Annual Christmas Celebration Dance with the "Talk of the Town" Big Band Sound performing for our community. We are planning this special event on Wednesday, December 16th at 7:00pm. Save the date. This will take place on our stage in our Grand Theater. Usually they have approximately a 30 piece band with incredible music. Talk of the Town was formed in 1988 as a volunteer orginazation from the University of Oklahoma community to keep alive the Glen Miller tradition of the Golden Era of the big bands.