Cultural entertainment in the care home
Rivabella is a quiet care home, where peace of tranquility are to be found. However we think that social interaction and culture are also fundamental;
therefore we strive to entertain our guests with social events, including concerts, art exhibitions and performing arts.
The surrounding areas of Ticino and Lugano also offer many museums and events.
Cultural events and other activities in the retirement home are supported by an entertainment team, creating a leisurely and welcoming environment.
We try to promote social interaction and self-determination while keeping guests amused. The entertainment team is open to suggestions and also strives to fulfill individual needs.
Rivabella care home is a haven of peace on the tranquil shores of Lake Lugano. The perfect place to pursue hobbies and other interests.
The entertainment staff arranges daily activities such as singing, games and music. We also organize jaunts in the surrounding Malcantone area or to Lugano.
In the neighborhood...
From the care home it's possible to go hiking around the lake shore and the surrounding mountains, or rent a small boat to cruise the lake.
For golf lovers, the Golf Club Lugano and a Minigolf are located right next to Rivabella.
Rivabella elderly care home frequently hosts birthday parties, lakeside buffets and national holiday celebrations.
Church services and ecumenical mass are regularly held by protestant and catholic priests, for those wishing to participate.
The senior care home is built around the winter garden, brightly sunlit even during winter months. This is were concerts and leisurely activities are held.
Thanks to a partnership with the Conservatory of Lugano, Rivabella hosts many concerts and even recitals from well-known mezzo-soprano Giuliana Castellani.
Art Gallery Rivabella is a permanent exhibition of contemporary art inside the elderly care home, which has grown to become a real showcase of Swiss artists in the region.
Among others, it displayed the works of the great Ticinese artist Cornelia Foster with a collection of 64 paintings on I Ching, the book of changes.