The Village of East Harbor offers a wide array of amenities designed to create a welcoming community atmosphere.
Our beautiful, non-denominational chapel offers an array of services and support to meet diverse spiritual needs. Along with regular worship services, our Chaplain is available for emotional and spiritual support.
Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and you’ll find that The Village of East Harbor offers a chef-inspired culinary experience every day—with three venues to suit your tastes!
We’re also located in vibrant Chesterfield with a diverse selection of restaurants just a short jaunt away.
For residents in our Assisted Living, Long-Term Skilled Nursing, and Memory Care, we offer convenient satellite dining rooms that make it easy to enjoy our delicious fare. Specialized menus are also available as needed.
Perfect for grabbing a quick bite, Cameron’s Cafe is your go-to for fast and healthy options such as paninis, soups, and salads.
Meet up with other residents for some pub-style grub at the Bistro!
Currently under construction, Marguerite’s will feature a more traditional restaurant-style atmosphere and cuisine.
Heath & Fitness Center
Our on-site health and fitness center is equipped with state-of-the-art exercise equipment and regular fitness classes designed with those 55 and older in mind.
Life Enrichment Programs
Did somebody say, “holiday pet parade?” The team at The Village at East Harbor collaborates with the residents to hold a variety of entertainment, educational, special interest committees, and other resident-run activities. We also offer optional field trips, game nights, and—yes!—an opportunity to show off your furry friend in their favorite holiday costumes.
The Village at East Harbor has two vans (one with a lift) and a town car, enabling you to easily run errands or get to local appointments without the hassle of driving yourself.
We also offer weekly trips to local grocery stores and banks, as well as coordinate optional group trips further afield—like visiting Downtown Detroit or touring the Christmas lights in Rochester.