Intergenerational Connections

Two women pushing child in stroller.

Kendal at Granville residents are older adults who teach, learn from, work with and enjoy people of all ages.


Many residents find themselves classmates with young adults through the Community Scholars program at nearby Denison University. Or they serve together on boards and in other volunteer positions.

School and other youth groups often perform music or participate in other events at Kendal. All ages come together through music and art.

Of course, the best intergenerational interactions often spring from time with younger family members and friends. With ample space to interact, whether in their own homes or spacious indoor and outdoor common areas, our beautiful level one arboretum with a pond and walking trails, Kendal at Granville residents welcome visitors of all ages.

Man playing piano for residents.

Artist-in-Residence Program at Kendal Granville


A new Artist-in-Residence program brings talented young artists to the Kendal campus to share their creativity through workshops, special events and everyday interactions.

Artist-in-Residence Dazzles in Debut