Do you wish the future could be more predictable? Are you caught up in the worries and hassles of everyday life? Does it feel like you don’t have enough time in the day to focus on doing what you love?
Are you ready for a change?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, don’t worry: You have options. From the little things, like a leaky faucet or pesky weeds in the yard … to the big things, like a serious health event (or a global pandemic), a community like Bristol Landing at The Mayflower can make life easier by reducing stress – emotionally, physically, and financially.
At The Mayflower’s upcoming Lunch & Learn Lakeside on January 20, we’ll be hosting an outdoor, in-person presentation to help you tackle the challenges of planning for tomorrow – and get ready for a simpler lifestyle.
The presentation will cover topics like:
- How can you be prepared for the “what-ifs” in life?
- Is it really “too early” to have a plan for your future?
- What are your options today, and how will they change down the road?
- How can Bristol Landing help you take control of your future, today?
With expert guidance from The Mayflower, we’ll answer all these questions and more – while enjoying a lovely lakeside lunch.
The event will be held at Winter Park’s historic Capen House, which was built in 1885 on the shores of Lake Osceola. In 2013, the house was slated for demolition but was saved by a grassroots citizens’ campaign, led in part by former Rollins College President Thaddeus Seymour. The campaign raised more than half a million dollars to transport the house across the lake and restore it. Today, it occupies a scenic spot on the grounds of the Polasek Museum.
To plan for the future – while enjoying a piece of the past – join us at the Capen House (located at 33 Osceola Ave, Winter Park FL 32789) on Wednesday, January 20, at 11:30 a.m.
To R.S.V.P for you and a guest, call 407.672.1620 or email email@example.com. Seating is limited, so please R.S.V.P. by January 13.
At The Mayflower, nothing is more important than the safety and comfort of our guests. For that reason, masks/facial coverings are required at our events, except when dining … table and seats will be properly distances … and if it’s cold, we’ll have heaters! Also, if we determine that an in-person gathering is not advisable, we will transition the presentation to a virtual format.