Live a Big Life

When: Tuesday, October 23, at 2 p.m. | Where: St. Clair Country Club, 100 S. 78th Street, Belleville, Illinois 62223

Join Us for a Complimentary Educational Event

What’s the difference between living large and living a big life?

That’s what we’ll be exploring at our complimentary educational event, “Live a Big Life.” It’s the first in a series designed to help you transform your retirement life.

At this event, held on October 23, join us to:

  • Learn the 10 keys to living a big life
  • Get tips on how to add breadth and depth to your life
  • Hear from The Esquiline residents about how they live big

Space is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your spot. If you can’t attend, feel free to call 618.394.6400 to arrange a personal meeting.

Living a Big Life

We’ll be talking more about this on October 23, but living a big life is different from living large.

Living large means chasing luxury and style. Living big means pursuing meaning and purpose every day.

Retirement provides an excellent opportunity to live big. Learn and share new ideas for making your time count at our upcoming event.  

Register today to reserve your seat before space runs out.

Resources for You

Curious about how residents at The Esquiline live big? Take an inside look with these stories:

Gardening at The Esquiline: A Resident Story

Sole to Soul: Building Community in the Greater Belleville Area

Senior to Senior: Making Meaningful Connections with ACHS

 

You can also sign up for the next educational event in this series, “Design for Intentional Living.” Learn more about the event and RSVP here.

The Esquiline, a Life Plan Community at the Shrine

The Esquiline is an award-winning, not-for-profit, faith-based Life Plan Community dedicated to the pursuit of active living and wellness in body, mind, and spirit in the next chapter of your life. Join us for our event, “Living a Big Life”, to learn more about how you can live intentionally at the community.

“Kudos to the warm, welcoming, and caring staff — they help to make this an exceptional environment. But what I think really makes this place special are the residents. There truly is an atmosphere of friendship, respect and care that makes this a real community.”

— Paul C.