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 – Free In-Home Exercises?

02/15/18

Written by Panorama resident, Mary Jo Shaw. February 2018 “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t.” Not this time! Every morning Jenny Leyva, Aquatic & Fitness Coordinator, and resident Reath wake Chris and me up in … Continue reading

A Resident’s Perspective – Neighborhoods

01/22/18

Written by Panorama resident, Sandy Bush. January 2018 In this cold part of winter, all around us there seems to be feverish activity going on.  And there has been activity for what seems like months. We live on a loop … Continue reading

Christmas Eve Acts of Kindness

01/08/18

Written by Panorama resident, Mary Jo Shaw. January 2018 The short elderly couple in the grocery line bent over their wallet. But the young couple behind them, beaming with teeth showing, shot a credit card toward the cashier, “Merry Christmas!! … Continue reading

Do We Like Our Move to the Quinault?

01/04/18

Do We Like Our Move to the Quinault? Written by Mary Jo Shaw, author of Convent to Catwalk We loved our neighbors, our garden home on Woodland Court, and figured we’d be there a longer time. But, after six years, … Continue reading
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