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Community Events

Having fun has never been easier than at Presbyterian Manor in Salina, Kansas. We offer multiple activities for our residents' enjoyment and participation.

You can view the Independent and Assisted Living and Health Care activity calendars online.

October Independent and Assisted Living Calendar

October Memory Care Calendar

October Health Care Calendar

Upcoming Events (Click event to expand details)

October 27: 37th Annual Soup Supper

    1. Start:
    2. 10/27/2017 at 4:00 pm
    1. End:
    2. 10/27/2017 at 7:30 pm
    1. Location:
    2. Salina
    1. Description:
    2. Don't miss this annual tradition. Chili and chicken noodle soup are served with crackers and a slice of the pie of your choice. Tickets are available from Salina Presbyterian Manor or any Advisory Council member. 

      Serving hours are:
      • Dine-in: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
      • Carry-out: 4-7 p.m.

      Proceeds from the supper will benefit the Good Samaritan program, which serves an important aspect of our mission: to ensure that residents continue to have a home here even if they deplete their funds through no fault of their own.

November 09: Alzheimer’s Overview and Hope for the Future

    1. Start:
    2. 11/09/2017 at 3:00 pm
    1. End:
    2. 11/09/2017 at 4:30 pm
    1. Location:
    2. Salina
    1. Description:
    2. Hear from Dirk Hutchinson, M.D., who graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia, Missouri. He is board certified in internal medicine and practiced general internal medicine for 36 years (9 years in Winfield and 27 years in Salina at the Salina Clinic and the Mowery Clinic). He then spent 2 ½ years as Medical Director of the Salina Regional Health Center Rehabilitation Unit before retiring at the end of 2016. During his many years in practice, his patient population was largely over age 65 and he diagnosed and treated numerous patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias. He encouraged Velma Howie to found the Alzheimer’s Support and Education Group in 2011 and currently serves as its medical director.