News at Givens Estates

Arts & Culture

Asheville’s culturally rich setting is the perfect backdrop for senior residents who enjoy music, art, history, language, and other forms of the humanities. Stay on campus to pursue art in our resident-led Givens Art Gallery, attend a music class, or spend time in one of our three studios dedicated to pottery, painting, or arts & … Continued

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Fitness

Our senior residents choose how they want to stay physically fit. Some prefer traditional indoor activities like workouts in our fitness center, yoga or aerobics classes in our studio, or swimming in our community pool. However, many residents also take advantage of our 215-acre campus to stay physically fit and well connected to the outdoors. … Continued

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Learning

Life is more meaningful when new ideas are discovered and explored. Our senior residents expand their minds through resident-led discussion groups and book clubs and attend knowledge-sharing seminars on stimulating topics like diversity, equity, and inclusion. Givens Estates residents are life-long learners and actively engage in individual and group learning experiences, including the internationally acclaimed … Continued

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Giving Back

Volunteering is a significant part of the culture in this purpose-led senior living community. Our Volunteer Partner Agency Board helps residents connect with a variety of on and off-campus in Asheville, North Carolina. Our local partnerships include Mission Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, MANNA Foodbank, the North Carolina Arboretum, and the Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry.

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Mindfulness

Our wellness culture focuses on supporting you by being fully present and engaged in those things that are meaningful to you. Mindfulness is woven into the fabric of our senior living community and grounds us with purpose and direction. Because mindfulness is a part of the wellness journey, we are committed to fostering an environment … Continued

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