Our People

Paint your own retirement style at our Panorama community near Seattle

The Panorama retirement community, about an hour away from Seattle, is home to more than 1,250 people like you who come from 45 states, mostly in the Pacific Northwest. They come to Panorama seeking to continue living the way they do now, in a comfortable community. They are active and engaged, having found opportunities and time to enjoy hobbies, interests and causes. They create full and multi-faceted calendars of activities and events that appeal to their broad range of interests.

Because no two people living at Panorama are alike, offering a variety of things to do on and off campus is a priority. We offer a range of classes on the Panorama campus, giving you a perfect opportunity to explore academic pursuits. Panorama’s dedicated Lifestyle Enrichment staff creates challenging, enjoyable programs to achieve “whole person” wellness. Opportunities for emotional, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual growth keep residents active and engaged. Our staff is ready to help you turn dreams into doing.

Contact us online today to schedule your tour and learn more, or call 877-241-2682.

A Resident’s Perspective – Triple Creek Farm

08/16/17

Written by Panorama resident, Cleve Pinnix. August 2017 Some 30 Panorama residents enjoyed a wonderful tour of Triple Creek Farm on July 27. The farm is home to Ralph Munro, the retired Secretary of State of Washington, and a member … Continue reading

Hikes with Steve – Mt. Rainier Wildflower Trip

08/07/17

Written by Steve Pogge. Photos by Panorama resident, Cindy Fairbrook. August 2017 A small group of residents took three days and circumnavigated Mount Rainier. It was a 400 mile trip in search of wildflowers with Steve Pogge and Mark Akins … Continue reading

A Resident’s Perspective – Walking the Loop

07/28/17

Written by Panorama resident, Sandy Bush. July 2017 “Walk the Loop” group has been functioning since June 6th for this 2017 summer season. It began some years ago and then Panorama celebrated its 50th Year and bright yellow t-shirts were … Continue reading

A Resident’s Perspective – Praying for Money or Money for Prayers

07/13/17

Written by Panorama resident, Mary Jo Shaw. July 2017 “Cold water from bottles —– cents. Lemonade for —— cents. Cold water….cents. Lemonade….cents….???” Two approximately 4th and 5th grade boys were enthusiastically failing to hail down passing cars on one of the … Continue reading
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