Fall is in full swing, and the residents and team members at Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco are preparing for a free Fall Festival on Friday, November 22 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the senior living community (1200 West Main Street in Frisco). Guests of all ages are invited to enjoy a number of activities and games, including a cake walk, pumpkin tic tac toe, can toss, pumpkin bowling, bean bag toss and more. Children will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of animals in the petting zoo, work on crafts and get fall-themed temporary tattoos. The residents of Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco will be manning the activities and giving away prizes to children who participate. Tours and information about the senior living community will be available to those who are interested, and appreciation gifts will be handed out to every family who comes to visit.
“This will be a fun family event, and we look forward to opening our doors to the local community,” said Rachel Suter, executive director of Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco. “Our residents enjoy spending time with younger generations and can’t wait to play the games with the children and give out the prizes.”
Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco is always looking for ways to be a good neighbor in the local community and particularly likes intergenerational opportunities. Whether it’s visits to the local elementary school or activities with grandchildren, the senior living community believes in connecting with people of all ages.
“When we think about activities and events for our residents, we work hard to make sure it’s something our residents will enjoy and something they will benefit from,” said Suter. “This event will be fun for local kids, their parents and the residents. When we told the residents about our plans, they got excited and we can’t wait to see them in action.”
Mustang Creek Estates – whose mission is to provide seniors with high-quality residential-style assisted living and memory care at an affordable price – has additional locations in Allen, Burleson, Sachse and Keller.