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As you participate in our award-winning programs, you know your choices are designed to help you maintain an active lifestyle while doing things you love. At Sagewood at Daybreak, you will have the opportunity to create a healthy, balanced life through learning new things, staying physically active, challenging yourself, and enjoying the company of friends and family.

We offer a varied selection of daily activities to choose from. Be active, inspired, and enlightened through any of our events or sessions. You can also nourish your mind by participating in our lifelong learning classes, educational and cultural excursions, and by volunteering with our community partners. Your opportunities are only limited by how you choose to spend your time.

Whether you like to occupy your free time with friendly competition, a hand of cards or a relaxing day of crafts, you'll find an activity that fits your interests at Sagewood at Daybreak. We offer plenty of enriching lectures, trips into downtown Salt Lake and social hours. Our Art of Living Well program addresses your educational, social, spiritual, physical and vocational needs.

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Upcoming Events

Get Your Financial Health in Order:  Thursday, February 16 | 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at Sagewood at Daybreak for a valuable workshop on retirement planning. Presentation will include tips on organizing your legal documents, important considerations for retirement planning and much more. We will also cover information on aid and attendance for Veterans and surviving spouses. Don’t miss this valuable presentation. Refreshments will be served and personal community experiences will be available.

To RSVP, please call 801-790-0585 by February 12.

Our Community, Your Police:  Thursday, March 2 | 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Guest speaker, Officer Katie Prowitt will be joining us to discuss senior identity theft, banking security, phone call scams, mail scams, preventing crime and staying safe. Crime doesn’t only occur in public places, be aware of the measures you can take to keep you and your information protected. Refreshments will be served and personal community experiences will be available following Officer Prowitt’s presentation.

To RSVP, please call 801-790-0585 by February 27.