La Posada Plans Oro Valley Senior Living Community

La Posada is in the planning stages of an innovative senior community on 80 acres in Oro Valley. The name chosen is Nakoma Sky – a name borrowed from Native American culture meaning “I do as I promise.” It will take shape within the rolling property off North Oracle Road at the corner of East Naranja Road and North 1st Avenue.

Drawing from decades of experience of providing high-quality senior living at La Posada, the new community will have breathtaking mountain views, beautiful apartment homes and innovative services, as part of a distinctive campus that includes independent living, assisted living, memory care and enhanced assisted living.

Visit the Nakoma Sky web site at

Videos Introduce Casa Community Services

A series of four videos has recently been completed that introduce the four programs of Casa Community Services: Adult Day Health Care, the Casa Community Center, Behavioral Health Services and Los Ninos del Valle Preschool and Child Care. Click on this LINK to visit Casa’s home page and access links to each video.

Los Niños Summer Program Starts June 1

The Young Nature Explorers summer program  for ages 5-8 will begin June 1 at Los Niños del Valle.  Three, 3-week sessions will allow children to explore a variety of sciences and technology, with field trips, hands-on activities and intergenerational programs. The full program brochure is available at this LINK. . Call 520-393-6823 for more information or to register.

Community Symposium is Feb. 13

Three speakers, lunch and expert-led Tai Chi exercises are all part of the Community Symposium “The Power of the Human Spirit” to be held at Quail Creek’s Madera Clubhouse on Friday, Feb. 13. Sponsored by La Posada and the Green Valley News, the Symposium is open to the public.

Speakers include Dr. Roger Landry, author of “Live Long, Die Short: a Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging;” Dennis Creps, who will talk about “Life’s a Game” approach to building a strong brain through playful learning and interactive exercises; and Anthony Brito, discussing “Understanding the Human Spirit’s Journey from Chaos to Peace of Mind.”

Tickets are $27 and include the program and lunch. Tickets must be purchased by Feb. 5 and they are on sale at various locations at La Posada, the Green Valley News & Sun office, Green Valley Chamber of Commerce and Community Connect. Call 648-7898 for information or to purchase a table. Event doors open at 8:30 a.m. and the program runs from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Child Care and Preschool

Los Niños del Valle is a child care and preschool located on the campus of La Posada. Open to children ages 2-5, Los Niños is a state-licensed,  nationally accredited program, that has earned a Three Star Rating from the state’s First Things First initiative. For information about enrollment, call 520-393-6822 or email

A DREAM Can Come True: New Program from Casa Community Services and Posada Life Foundation

Is there an experience missing from your life? Or is there something that you would love to experience once again? Then a program of Casa Community Services and the Posada Life Foundation may make your dream come true.

DREAMS Come True is a program for residents age 55 and older in the greater Green Valley area that can make a lifelong goal become reality or help you experience a new but meaningful goal that has been out of reach.