Ala Carte lunch is offered in the 50’s style Café, Monday through Friday.
Chef Chris Hensel makes pumpkin soup at a fall harvest cooking class.
Established in 1957, Presbyterian Homes of Wisconsin was founded to provide a place where older men and women could live with confidence, independence, security and dignity. Our mission has not changed. Today, we provide quality residential retirement communities, services, resources and information to senior adults and their families.
In 1968, Avalon Manor opened its doors to begin a tradition of service to older adults that spans more than 40 years. In 1997, HELPMATES Community Senior Services began providing personal care and homemaker companion assistance to seniors in their homes in Waukesha County. In 2001, Kirkland Crossings Senior Living Community in Pewaukee opened to provide residential townhomes and apartments for seniors. In 2003, Avalon Manor became Avalon Square as it expanded into an entire city block of senior housing and services and retail shops in downtown Waukesha.
Currently, we serve over 350 residents in our two Waukesha County communities. In addition we serve nearly 150 clients who are able to remain in their homes with the assistance of Optage (formerly HELPMATES) and nearly 70 Community Connections members participate in our fitness and wellness programs.
As an anchor in Waukesha’s central business district, Avalon Square gives seniors the opportunity to live within walking distance of restaurants retail shops, parks, cultural activities churches, a variety of services and a beautiful river walk.
Music in the garden: Avalon Square residents, families and friends
enjoy a summer evening of music.
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