As a member of the Covenant Family that has served the health and housing needs of Albertans for more than 150 years, Evanston Summit shares the same mission of service. Spacious 1 & 2 bedroom suites with an array of floor plans, in-suite storage space and stacking washer & dryer. Extensive amenities include on-site hair salon/barbershop, exercise room, fireplace lounge, bistro, library, games room, theatre, private dining room and outdoor patio with water feature and landscaped grounds.
Year Founded: 2016 Ownership Type: non-profit
What does life at Evanston Summit look like now?
Welcoming tours and new residents with the highest of safety protocols in place so you can tour or move-in with confidence.
Seniors who want to live in a community of people their age with similar interests. These residents are in good physical and cognitive health and need some light assistance with tasks such as laundry, transportation and meals.
Continental style breakfast in country kitchen and every Wednesday enjoy a hot breakfast like bacon and eggs or pancakes.
Restaurant style table service for lunch and dinner.
Lunch 11:30 am - 1:30 pm. Sample entrées include a chef salad, chicken salad on whole-wheat bun, cabbage rolls and hamburgers. Dessert may include sliced pears, chocolate mousse or apple-raisin tarts.
Dinner served from 4:30 om - 6:30 pm. Sample entrées include BBQ steak, baked potato, corn on the cob, Italian sausage penne with garlic toast and dressing, roasted beef with Yorkshire pudding. Dessert may include warm baked cinnamon apple, low sugar tarts or banana cream pie.
Conveniently located in the Evanston Community, close to Evanston Towne Centre. Residents have access to a wide range of dining and shopping experiences. There's also convenient routes to other northwest communities via Stoney Trail providing access to more shopping, dinning, golf courses, Nose Hill Park and other services.
Christian seniors with discriminating tastes will love the move into Evanston Summit. You’ll add spice to your life by participating in good living here. There are many things to do here, tailored to people this age, Tai Chi being one of the more popular activities. The bistro, billiards room and library all facilitate a variety of interactions.
True heart-and-soul shine through in the entire community’s avid involvement in activities, including a lively happy hour once week, full involvement in birthday and holiday celebrations, and barbecues spread throughout the summer months. Intergenerational programs inspire participation from family members and help broaden the community. Other of “so many things to do here” include educational lectures and bowling.