Mya Pancost dashes around looking for Easter eggs during last Friday's Easter Festival at Atria Bell Court Gardens, 6653 E. Carondelet Drive. More than 150 guests attended.
Molly Civitella, 4, and other children cradle rabbits in an enclosed area at last Friday's event.
Dayton Wilcox, 1, checks out a miniature donkey during the Easter Festival.
In an outdoor area, children await their chance to get their faces painted, an activity that proved popular.
Atria Bell Court Gardens, an east-side senior living community,
honored its Support Our Troops volunteers at a recognition ceremony
on Nov. 22.
Author Jonathan Rice, back right, presents a program on the U.S.
Civil War, specifically about how the sides moved people, weapons,
food and other supplies. The themed program at Atria Bell Court
also featured the Old Arizona Brass Band.
Jonathan Rice, author and resident of Atria Bell Court Gardens,
recently read passages from his book, "Moving Mountains: A Study in
Civil War Logistics," at an event at the assisted-living community,
6653 E. Carondelet Drive.
Tucson Symphony Orchestra Conductor George Hanson leads a Conductorcise class at Atria Bell Court Gardens, a retirement community at 6653 E. Carondelet Drive. The one-hour aerobics-style class blends conducting with music appreciation. Everyone is outfitted with just one thing: a conductor's baton.
Egg hunting is definitely not just for little kids.
Atria Bell Court Gardens resident Jo Molloy and her great-granddaughter Morgan Riddle, 5, met a miniature horse Friday during the retirement community's egg hunt.
Claire McClellan, 6, held a baby chicken at the Easter event, which featured a petting zoo.
Engage Life Director David Edwards, dressed as the Easter bunny, visits with Onnolee Mosher, a 102-year-old resident of Atria Bell Court Gardens.
From left, Karli Gardlund, 5, and Mathena Rush, 5, find some eggs behind a bush during the egg hunt.
Bob McCarthy and Ginny Goss take a spin around the dance floor during the New Year's celebration at Atria Bell Court Gardens.
The New Pacific Breeze, featuring T.C. Turner on bass, front, and Noy Alovera on keyboards and guitar, perform at the gathering.
It was a New Year's Eve celebration of strawberry champagne and
dancing for the seniors at Atria Bell Court Gardens Friday.