Events

Parkway Village hosts events to provide information and support to our residents, prospective residents, and family members. Parkway Village events are free unless otherwise noted. Seating is limited and Parkway Village is a gated community, so call ahead to reserve your spot and to gain access the day of the event. Deadline for reservations is three business days before the event unless otherwise noted. To reserve a seat, call 501-202-1600 between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Find directions to Parkway Village.

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Sally Naill Dancers

December 6, 6:30 p.m.
A Parkway Village favorite, the Sally Naill Dancers will present their "Happy Holidays" program.
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Acapella Rising Concert

December 16, 6:30 p.m.
Little Rock's Premier Men's Barbershop Chorus, Acapella Rising is an all-male barbershop-style group. They will present their popular program of Christmas music. The ages of its members range from the early teens through the 80s with vocations varying to all walks of life.
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Parkway Village Family Support Group

December 10, 5:30 p.m.
Caring for a family member with memory loss can be difficult. If you are a caregiver, we invite you to attend the Parkway Village Family Support Group. We meet in the Commons Building, Activity Room 1.
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Thriving in the Face of Change

December 18, 1:00 p.m.
All of us face change. How well we respond to changes depends on our resiliency--our ability to adapt and thrive in the face of change. Social worker Maggie Young will provide information on how we can learn to adapt and thrive no matter what life brings.
  • Parkway Village has a great staff, lots of good food, plenty of fun activities, and comfortable living. I am so glad I moved here while I am still young enough to enjoy the freedom and security that Parkway Village offers.
    Don W., resident
  • Lee B., son
    Before our father came to the Shell Center, his health condition was rapidly deteriorating. . . Over the past four years his condition stabilized, all of his needs are met on a daily basis, and we know he feels safe and cared for. We are very pleased with the care that the Shell Center has given our father.
    Lee B., son
  • Parkway Village nursing care
    Meeting with the administrator, the director of nursing (a nurse practitioner), and one of the two registered nurses on staff; observing a practical nurse making her rounds; and watching the certified nursing aides caring for their patients in a surprisingly immaculate environment were enough to give me a sense of relief that our journey for skilled care had ended. We had come home.
    Marie, spouse of a Parkway Health Center resident
  • Independent living at Parkway Village
    With so many decisions to make in retirement living, it can seem overwhelming, but moving to Parkway Village was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I have so many wonderful friends and neighbors and now that I don't have to worry about keeping up my home, it has given me so much more time to do the things I really enjoy.
    Mary E., resident
  • Resident happy with continuing care
    I chose to come here only two months after losing my husband. I needed the security of feeling safe while being alone for the first time in my life. Learning home and yard maintenance were provided gave me peace. Most important, though, is having so many caring, gracious, and fun people to mingle with. That was therapeutic and helped me through the grieving process. Parkway Village continues to meet physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs in my life!
    Ella B., resident
  • Parkway resident tells about living at Parkway Village
    Moving to Parkway Village more than 15 years ago was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I no longer have responsibilities that home ownership requires. I, along with my family, am so very thankful that I am living my retirement years in such a wonderful and secure place as Parkway. Parkway Village is the place to retire!
    Marge S., resident