Live your life to its fullest at Copeland Oaks
Copeland Oaks is a diverse, complete community for active adults aged 55 and older in every stage of living.
All residents enjoy access to recreational, social, spiritual and educational activities like golf, art, music, gardening, exercise, talks, concerts and more.
It’s an ideal blend of serene country living with the conveniences of nearby city life. We offer complete independent living with added options ranging from light housekeeping and meals to skilled nursing assistance to a complete 24/7 onsite medical center.
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Honor a loved one with a tribute to the Copeland Life Care Fund. Your gift can mark a special event, one of life’s milestones or be a loving memorial that will keep on giving. Contributions benefit and meet the Copeland Life Care Promise made via the Oaks Foundation.
News & Events
54th Annual Founders Day Tree of Life Celebration
The 54th annual Copeland Oaks Founder’s Day Tree of Life Celebration Service was held on Friday, November 10th in Murphy Auditorium.
“Today is dedicated to sacrifice and service,” said David Mannion, CEO/CFO of Copeland Oaks, as he welcomed those in attendance while also delivering a heartfelt thank you to all veterans.
The Tree of Life is updated annually to accurately reflect and celebrate the ongoing support by friends of Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center. It is a recognition of the cumulative gifts by many for the betterment of our great community. The Tree of Life can be found inside Murphy Auditorium adorned with the names of all those who have provided financial support to Copeland Oaks over the past 54 years.
Country Classic Recording Artist Jill Jordan Burke
Tuesday, November 28 | 6:30 pm
Jill Jordan Burke will take the stage in Bennett at 6:30 p.m. Jill’s recording of “Unbreakable Hearts” was a #1 hit on the International Top 40 Country Chart in 2015. She will be performing some of her original songs, as well as classic Country and Gospel music made famous by such artists as Patsy Cline, Ray Price, and Anne Murray.
Welshfield Inn & Whitehouse Chocolate Day Trip
Thursday, November 30
Copeland Oaks Residents will be traveling to Burton, Ohio, the heart of Amish country, to enjoy fresh, local and seasonal foods at Welshfield Inn! Residents will also have the opportunity to shop at White House Chocolates, Purveyors of Fine Chocolates and Candies, End of Commons General Store and Monica Potter Home Store. Transportation to Welshfield Inn will leave from the main entrance at 9:00 a.m.
Christmas in Zoar Village Day Trip
Saturday, December 2
Christmas in Zoar Village showcases an old-fashioned Christmas with naturally decorated historic house museums and visits from the traditional German Belsnickle and Krist Kind. Snacks and meals are available throughout the village. Unique crafts, Christmas gifts, and décor fill the historic schoolhouse. Music is performed all day by local high school and amateur professional music groups. Transportation will depart from the main entrance at 11:00 a.m.
Meet the Woodsman, Don Danford
Carving out his place at Copeland Oaks:
- 2-year Copeland Oaks Resident
- Retired Police Officer and Superintendent of the Louisville Water Plant
- Facilitator of the Copeland Oaks Carvers
- First place winner at the 2017 Leading AgeArt Competition
- Restores old cars in the winter time
Every time Don Danford looks at a piece of wood, he sees an image.
“Carving is the easiest hobby in the world,” says Don who is the facilitator of the Copeland Oaks Carvers. “All you have to do is whittle away what doesn’t belong there and the image appears.”
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