Browning Masonic Community (BMC) has been extremely active in the Waterville community, hosting a multitude of on-campus events. On July 2nd, BMC hosted its first “Made in America” celebration in honor of the country we call home. BMC community members, employees, and the local Waterville community gathered at the BMC campus to celebrate Independence Day. The event was a huge success featuring a fishing derby, pie tasting, all-American hot dog bar, wiffle ball game, and horse-drawn trolley rides. The highlight of the evening was strolling down Browning Drive under the command of two Belgian horses, Major and Charlie. Browning Masonic Community is already looking forward to hosting this event again next year!
Each month, Serenity Farms brings in miniature therapy horses into BMC’s memory support community, Pathways. Recently, Pathways community member, Mitzie, a former female jockey and lover of everything equestrian, connected with Thunder, one of the miniature therapy horses.
“Seeing Mitzie light up when she saw Thunder was truly something special. At Browning Masonic Community we’re able to bring passions from our community members’ pasts into the present creating new beginnings for each of our community members,” said Molly Good, Community Relations and Sales Manager at Browning Masonic Community.
The second Tuesday of every month, you can find community members of Browning Masonic Community joined by local community members eating, playing yard games, and socializing in the BMC parking lot! The menu consists of local cuisine provided by Rusty’s Road Trip and Eric’s Ice Cream food trucks. Attendees of the event can enjoy gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, freshly battered fish, and a wide variety of flavors of malts and milkshakes. Interested in joining in on the fun? Then stop by Browning Masonic Community Tuesday, August 13th for the next Parking Lot Party!