Reception Sunday, Oct. 9, 2pm–4pm The Book Club originated with a group of a dozen mid-career artists, predominantly local, all with ongoing art careers in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, London and Paris. Many of these artists studied under such luminaries as Peter Voulkos, Elmer… Read More »Multimedia Group Show By The Book Club at Van Kleef’s
August 1–September 30th Originally from Durban, a busy port on the Indian Ocean on the eastern coast of South Africa, Lea was introduced to paint and clay by her mother’s friend who was an art teacher and successful sculptor. She was fascinated by women sitting… Read More »Lea Wood Paintings
Proudly, the management and staff have the vision and expertise embodied in one goal for the Rhoda Goldman Plaza family: to offer the very best in care and comfort for our residents. And while most any community might say the very same, we go out… Read More »The New Benchmark In Assisted Living And Memory Caring
Unsurpassed. For Good Reason. We can easily extoll the virtues of our uniquely remarkable community. However, hearing from the people who live at Rhoda Goldman Plaza and their adult children speaks with greater volume. For example: “I Feel The Welcoming And Comfort Of What I Have… Read More »Unsurpassed. For Good Reason.
May 1 – July 31 A Special Portrait Collection of Engaging Older Adults Reception Sunday, May 11:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Delicious food and refreshments will be served. Hillary Turner is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer, covering the Bay Area, the US, EU, and… Read More »Hillary Turner Photography
Many communities present well, but like any major life decision, it pays to dig a bit deeper and find out even more as you go through the process of discovery. We like to think of these deeper queries as the “invisible” questions that will start… Read More »Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities: The “Invisible Questions” You Should Ask.
It’s natural and human to be attracted to new things, especially when the trumpets are blaring in the media about a new product, service or community. It is alluring—just think you get to be one of the “first users or residents!” We call this the… Read More »“The Shiny Penny Syndrome”: New – State of the Art!
What makes our community so different (and we like to believe amazingly better)? Yes, our Lower Pac Heights location is hard to beat. And naturally our cuisine, menu, and made-from-scratch favorites always impress. All well and good but if you dig a bit deeper you’ll… Read More »Attention To Detail Defines The Difference