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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

The Art of Living Well Speaker Series

In keeping with the Sagewood at Daybreak tradition of enhancing lives through exceptional cultural experiences, we are pleased to introduce The Art of Living Well® Speaker Series. These three presentations give
you rare opportunities to see, hear and meet a heroic secret service agent, a best-selling author, and a famous antique appraiser. Join us for book signings, receptions, community tours and antique appraisals. We hope you and a guest will join us for one, or all, of these complimentary events.

Five Presidents by Clint Hill & Lisa McCubbin: Tuesday, May 15 | 2:00 pm

Clint Hill will forever be remembered as the courageous Secret Service Agent who leapt onto the back of the presidential limousine in the midst of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, on November 22, 1963. His primary responsibility was the protection of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and for his actions that day, Hill received the nation’s highest civilian award for bravery. Hill looks back 50 years,
telling his story for the first time about his heroic service to five administrations, the PTSD and depression he suffered from being unable to save President Kennedy and how Lisa McCubbin helped him “find a reason to live, not just exist.”

Lisa McCubbin is an award-winning journalist and met Hill while writing the New York Times best seller, The Kennedy Detail: JFK’s Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence. McCubbin convinced Hill that his memories and experiences were of historic value and should be documented. McCubbin and Hill have collaborated closely in the writing of Mrs. Kennedy and Me, Five Days in November and Five Presidents, all of which are New York Times best sellers.

"Meet the Author" Keynote & Book Signing with Richard Paul Evans: Tuesday, July 17 | 2:00 pm

When Richard Paul Evans wrote the #1 best seller, The Christmas Box, he never intended on becoming an internationally known author. The story was written as an expression of love for his then two young daughters. Three years later, this quiet, simple story of parental love and the true meaning of Christmas made history when it became simultaneously the #1 hardcover and paperback book in the nation. Since then, more than eight million copies of The Christmas Box have been printed. Four of his books were produced into television movies and have starred such well-known actors as Maureen O’Hara, Richard Thomas, Rob Lowe, Christopher Lloyd, James Earl Jones, Naomi Watts and Academy Award winners Vanessa Redgrave and Ellen Burstyn. He has since written more than 30 consecutive New York Times best sellers. There are currently more than 20 million copies of his books in print.

"What's It Worth?" Antiques Appraisal with Gary Piattoni: Wednesday, September 12 | 2:00 pm

With more than 20 years of experience in the fine art and antique business, Gary Piattoni holds a certificate in appraisal studies from New York University and is a former specialist with Christie’s fine art auction house in New York. He has appeared as an appraiser on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow since 1997, as well as a guest on ABC’s The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC’s The Maury Povich Show, and WGN Radio’s Milt Rosenberg Extension 720. He also has contributed to numerous articles in such publications as New York Magazine, Town & Country, Chicago Magazine, and Design Times.

*Event includes the opportunity to bring an antique for a verbal assessment or appraisal. You may bring one item (or grouping) to the event. Your item must fit in a box that you can carry in your arms. Firearms, jewelry, stamps and coins cannot be appraised at this event.

RSVP at 385.206.6806 or by email at