At Fallbrook Glen, we organize various social events for our residents. Outings, shopping, music, card games, book clubs, creative arts and inter generational activities are just a few examples. Check this page for upcoming events!
With the safety of our residents and staff in mind we have transitioned some events to virtual connections. Call us today for more information.
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