Conservatory Senior Living’s Discovery University “Flashpoints in American Foreign Policy” begins May 11 in Austin

Conservatory Senior Living will present Discovery University, beginning May 11 at Conservatory At Wells Branch in Austin, Texas. Free and open to the public, Discovery University will offer seniors its engaging and stimulating “Flashpoints in American Foreign Policy” lecture series. Classes are held monthly at 10:30 a.m. beginning Thursday, May 11 through Thursday, August 10

April 14th, 2017|Our Communities, Recent News|

Conservatory Senior Living’s Discovery University presents “The Road to the White House” lecture series, begins Sept. 29 in Austin

Conservatory Senior Living will present Discovery University, beginning Sept. 29 at Conservatory At Wells Branch in Austin, Texas. Free and open to the public, Discovery University will offer seniors its engaging and stimulating “The Road to the White House” lecture series. Classes are held monthly at 10:30 a.m. beginning Thursday, Sept. 29 through Thursday, Dec.

September 12th, 2016|Our Communities, Recent News|

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July 27th, 2016|Corporate Newsletter, Recent News|

Conservatory Senior Living’s Discovery University presents “The Road to the White House” award-winning lecture series to seniors, begins May 26 in Austin

Conservatory Senior Living presents Discovery University to the Conservatory At Wells Branch in Austin, Texas, offering an engaging and stimulating lecture series on “The Road to the White House.” Classes are held monthly beginning Thursday, May 26 through Thursday, Aug. 25 at Conservatory At Wells Branch. Established in 2010 by Discovery Senior Living, Discovery University

May 2nd, 2016|Our Communities, Recent News|

Conservatory at Wells Branch resident’s artwork selected in Google “Paint the Town” contest

Resident, Florence Swanson, designs “guitar guy” illustration for Google’s self-driving vehicles Conservatory at Wells Branch’s resident, Florence Swanson, recently participated in a special “Paint the Town” contest at Google, and received recognition from the technology company for her contribution. Google invited artists in select cities to submit art to be featured on the prototype vehicles

December 10th, 2015|Leadership News, Our Communities, Recent News|