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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 The Cardinal at North Hills, you 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 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.

Upcoming Events

2018 National Assisted Living Week® “Capture the Moment | Sunday, September 9 - Saturday, September 15

This year's theme is "Capture the Moment".  We are hosting events this week that push back against the perception that older adults in assisted living no longer have a purpose or are irrelevant. At The Cardinal at North Hills, we strive to promote our resident's self-worth by celebrating their individuality and offering life-enriching social activities. Give us a call at 919.578.4372 to see how and when you can join us in the celebration!


In keeping with The Cardinal at North Hills’ tradition of enhancing lives through exceptional cultural experiences, we are pleased to present The Art of Living Well® Speaker Series. These three presentations give you rare opportunities to see, hear and meet a best-selling author with White House insight, a fellow friend to Marc Chagall who wrote a memoir from her first-hand personal experiences, and wife of the famous musician, the late Glen Campbell who shares her family’s personal journey with Alzheimer’s Disease. We hope you and a guest will join us for one, or all, of these complimentary events.

The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House by Kate Andersen Brower - Thursday, June 21 | 2:00 pm

Kate Andersen Brower is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House and First Women: The Grace and Power of America’s Modern First Ladies, also a New York Times bestseller. Her newest book First In Line, which will be released on June 5, reveals intimate details about the relationship between the most powerful man in the world and his number two, from Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon to Barack Obama and Joe Biden to Donald Trump and Mike Pence. She is a CNN contributor and covered the Obama White House for Bloomberg News and is a former CBS News staffer and Fox News producer.  Join us for a book signing, reception, and community tours immediately following the event.

To RSVP, call 919.578.4372 or by email: by June 18

Elvis and Chagall by Vivian R. Jacobson - Thursday, August 2 | 2:00 pm

What do a famous artist and the King of Rock and Roll have in common? Vivian R. Jacobson, author of the book Sharing Chagall: A Memoir, presents a fascinating visual and musical comparison of two 20th century icons that demonstrates how their great passion for their art gave them a commonality - their deep respect for religion, their total control of their art which elevated viewers and listeners to an advanced level, and their need for women in their lives for inspiration and to sustain their sense of creativity. Vivian has been a lecturer on Marc Chagall since 1978 and has presented in 22 states, Europe and Israel. Join us for a reception where you will have an opportunity to purchase her book and have it signed, and community tours immediately following the event.

To RSVP, call 919.578.4372 or by email: by July 26

A Family's Journey with Alzheimer's: "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" by Kim Campbell - Thursday, September 27 | 2:00 pm

In her heartfelt talk, Kim Campbell shares her family’s personal journey and how her late husband’s farewell tour and film, Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me, began a national conversation about the effects of Alzheimer’s. It’s a remarkable story of the human spirit and how Kim and Glen made the decision to continue to live a very public life despite the challenges and adversity of this disease. It’s also a story of hope and how music helped Glen retain his mental well-being far longer than expected and demonstrated to the world that a life lived fully does not stop with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Join us for a meet and greet and reception immediately following the keynote presentation.

To RSVP, call 919.578.4372 or by email: by September 20

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