Ahoy from the Wesley Bradley Park Yacht Club!

See how this club emerged from passionate hobbyists at Wesley Bradley Park. Model building is an ancient art. King Tut commissioned the construction of approximately 18 model ships to be placed in his tomb upon his death. Most children have built and played with models of one sort or another. Some might recall the excitement   Read more…


The Artist Behind the Sculptures at Wesley Lea Hill

The beautiful sculptures at our community in Auburn were donated by a priority reservation list member. Alex Kamola is known to those at Wesley Lea Hill as the sculptor who created the beautifully unique ceramic pots that adorn the campus’s front doors. He creates these pieces by meticulously building up the walls of the pot   Read more…


‘New Life’ – An Easter Poem

Enjoy this Easter poem by resident Elsie M. Brown, 1919-2013. New Life ~by Elsie M. Brown Silently, amid the explosion of budding trees and countless evidences of new life, Easter comes to us. Awakened plants push up through watery beds as they stretch toward the life-giving sun. Easter… that glorious time of year when people,   Read more…


Kent Music & Art Showcase

Mark your calendars for the 10th annual Kent 50+ Music & Art Showcase presented by the Kent Arts Commission. Enjoy talented jazz and rock musicians as well as local artwork by Kent Valley Artists, plus food and drink. This event is a free outdoor concert so don’t forget to bring lawn chairs and sit back   Read more…


Fremont Artist Joins the Wesley Family

By Diana Rawls, Des Moines Health Center Activities Assistant The Des Moines Health & Rehabilitation Center welcomes an acclaimed Fremont artist and mask-maker. Roger Robert Wheeler is a Fremont artist who is best known for his paintings and mask sculptures. His artwork has been seen in international exhibitions, Northwest galleries and festival events for the last   Read more…


Tell Us What You Love

Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate today, we’re sharing a short video with you. See why Wesley Homes is for people who love life™ as our residents share their passions and creative interests. Tell us what you love!


The Tradition of Making: Transcending Generations

Building model trains may seem like just a hobby, but it’s also a part of a larger movement among millennials. Depending on which generation is asked, model train building might be dismissed as an eccentric middle aged man’s hobby, but this form of building dates back to the mid-1800s and is making a comeback in   Read more…


Georgetown Festival

This one’s for all the art lovers. Enjoy local art and music as well as circus performances and street performance art. Great fun for all ages! Visit their website for schedule and event map.