Mid-Spring Update and Dining News
Dear Kensington Residents, Families and Friends,
Since the beginning of the year, our community achieved yet another milestone as we welcomed over 20 new residents to The Kensington Falls Church. This family expansion now gives us the opportunity to care for over 100 residents. We are proud to continue to build our team, enhance life enrichment opportunities for our residents to enjoy and continue to deepen our relationships with our residents and family members.
One aspect of our community that draws attention is our all-day dining and open complimentary invitation to family and friends to join us for meals. We have experienced an overwhelming response with the number of family members and friends enjoying our Kensington dining signature. It is our goal for all to enjoy a beautiful dining atmosphere and engaging experience and by doing so we ask that you support us in the following:
- Dining guests (non-residents), creating a party of 3 or more, require 24-hour advance reservations by calling our concierge by phone 703.992.9868 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dining room seating will be granted on a first come, first served basis. Maximum capacity in the dining room will be observed and guests will be asked to wait for a table when needed. Please note, we have also ordered additional tables and chairs for our main dining room.
For our residents who continue to enjoy our room service. We offer service at the following times:
Breakfast: 9 to 11 a.m.
Lunch: 1 to 2 p.m.
Dinner: 5 to 6 p.m.
An $8 room service fee will be applied per meal unless the resident has been cleared by our Wellness team.
Thank you again for giving us the opportunity to care for your loved ones and to champion an exceptional dining atmosphere at The Kensington. We truly feel our dining program is the cornerstone of our community. We are grateful to gather our residents, family members and friends together to celebrate and experience world-class dining in a cozy setting.
Amy Feather, Executive Director