Art museum kicks off Living Center summer outing season

JACKSON, Wyo. — The St. John’s Health Living Center residents recently enjoyed a private viewing experience at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.  This was a celebration on many levels, a triumphant first public outing since pre-pandemic times of spring 2020.

Resident JP, a former Yellowstone National Park guide enjoyed the depictions of western landscape and wildlife, reminiscent of his days living in the famous park. Fred, a New York native, was impressed at the size and depth of this local “small town” museum.  Pat enjoyed the quiet, one-on-one staff to resident engagement during the tour.

Outing season is a highlight of the summer for residents, who enjoy up to three outing opportunities weekly from May to September.  Along with a host of incredible volunteers, Connie Hansen, Director of Life Enrichment, drives the Living Center bus as far as Yellowstone National Park to pay an annual visit to geyser Old Faithful.

The Living Center family would like to thank the National Museum of Wildlife Art staff and board for closing to the public for residents to safely enjoy the beauty of the breathtaking spaces and art.  The entire Living Center community looks forward to what the rest of the summer will bring!

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