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Community life

You’ll find no shortage of joy when you live at Greenbriar Village. Try your luck at our fishing pond or chat with a neighbor in our courtyard. Learn a new skill in our activity center, where events are offered daily. When it’s time for a trim, let us pamper you at our beauty salon.

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A resident spinning a wheel and leading a group in a game of Bingo at a Sonida Senior Living assisted living community.
A resident spinning a wheel and leading a group in a game of Bingo at a Sonida Senior Living assisted living community.

Senior activities that make Indianapolis a great place to enjoy your golden years

Laughter keeps you young. Greenbriar Village offers a variety of activities that promise to have you laughing like a kid again:

  • Various clubs, like gardening, cards, crafts, quilting and men’s group
  • Bingo, movie nights, trivia and intergenerational programs
  • Happy hour, live entertainment, themed parties and day trips
  • Exercise classes, including Dakim brain fitness, stretching, yoga and walking club
  • Religious services with a visiting chaplain or priest and Bible study
  • Pet-focused programs for dogs and cats
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Amenities that help older adults find their joy.

Outdoor courtyard with walking path and decorative chair at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Landscaped courtyard

Nature lovers will feel right at home at our community. Relax on a bench in our beautifully landscaped courtyard or take a stroll on our walking path.

Patio area with rocking chairs, activity tables and lots of natural light at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Green room

Our green room is a popular spot for socialization. We frequently offer games here such as bingo and Jeopardy. Come join us in the fun!

activity room with craft table, blue couch and white board

Library and activity center

Take part in a craft project with friends or grab a book from our well-stocked library to read.

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Dining room with comfortable seating and ample natural light at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dining room with comfortable seating and ample natural light at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Dining focused on health and wellness

You’ll no longer have to worry about cooking and doing dishes when you live at Greenbriar Village. We offer three delicious restaurant-style meals each day.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served by professional and conscientious team members in our large, tastefully decorated dining room. We offer a special for each meal, as well as an always-available menu of resident favorites. Room service is also an option for residents.

Our dining times are as follows:

  • Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
  • Lunch: 11:30 a.m.
  • Dinner: 5 p.m.

Activities and entertainment calendar

Rain or shine, there’s no shortage of activities to take part in at Greenbriar Village. Meet a neighbor on the walking path during a sunny afternoon, stop by our gift shop for a little shopping or read a book in our well-stocked library.

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA downtown skyline over the river walk
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA downtown skyline over the river walk

In the Indianapolis area

Just seconds from Interstate 70, Greenbriar Village is in the perfect location for seniors who enjoy sightseeing, shopping and dining out. Greenbriar Village serves Marion County and is convenient for family members living nearby in Greenfield, Shelbyville, Greenwood and Muncie, IN.

Nearby:
Hospitals: Community Hospital East
Pharmacies: CVS, Walgreens, Kroger
Shopping: Washington Square Mall, Kroger, Walmart, ALDI, Big Lots, Meijer
Restaurants: Art’s Skillet, Burrito Express, Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza, Lincoln Square Pancake House
Local destinations: Indy’s Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum, Indiana State Police Museum, Irvington Circle, Paul Ruster Park