Free Wi-Fi is available in the common areas throughout campus.


Three restaurants are available on campus as well as a market with convenience and gift items. The Bistro and the Wisconsin Room are located in The Gardens, while the Village Cafe and Market are located in the Village Square. For more information about our restaurants including times of operation, please visit our Dining page.  

Blessed Angela Chapel

Felician Village offers a variety of worship services on campus for many religious backgrounds, as well as various ecumenical services and programs. As a Catholic facility sponsored by the Felician Sisters, we are grateful to have daily Mass and other sacraments available for our Catholic residents/patients and their loved ones, and we also host a regular rotation of Lutheran and other denominational services. All services are held in the Blessed Angela Chapel, located in the Village Square. For more information about the Blessed Angela Chapel, the Pastoral Care team, or service times, please visit our Chapel or Mission Services page.


Whether preparing for a special occasion or just in need of weekly pampering the Hair Salon at Felician Village is available for residents, employees and the public.  Please call (920) 684-7171 ext. 311 for an appointment at your convenience. The Hair Salon at Felician Village shares space with Take Time Therapeutic Massage and is located in the Village Square. Gift certificates for salon services are available for purchase by contacting the Felician Village Business Office at (920) 684-7171 ext. 616.

Massage Therapy

Leah Strutz, Licensed Massage Therapist and Owner of Take Time Therapeutic Massage in Manitowoc, provides a variety of massage therapy services for your health, well-being and relaxation. These services are customized to your preference as to the modality, length of session and areas to be focused on.

The general public and residents are welcome to make an appointment with Leah.  To do so, please call (920) 901-3573 for an appointment or book online by visiting the website. Residents may also request massage therapy sessions in the privacy of their own room. The Felician Village residents and those over the age of 65 do receive a discount on each of the services.

The massage therapy suite is located in the Village Square. There is a direct outside door leading into the salon, where the massage therapy suite is located. Gift certificates for massage therapy are available for purchase by contacting Take Time Therapeutic Massage directly or by reaching out to the Felician Village Business Office at (920) 684-7171, ext. 253.

SNOEZELEN® Sensory Rooms

These unique rooms provide an opportunity for sensory stimulation and promotes relaxation for those with dementia and their families. The first of its kind in Manitowoc County, the rooms are located at St. Mary's and The Villa and offer an alternative to increased medication. Sensory stimulation helps improve attention and awareness while decreasing aggression and anxiety. For more information regarding our SNOEZELEN® Sensory Rooms and our Dementia Center of Excellence.

Walking Trails

Our 22-acre, landscaped campus provides residents and guests with easily accessible sidewalks and walking paths for exercise and fresh air.

Meeting Rooms

The Village Hall, located in the Village Square, is used for a wide variety of events and activities ranging from traditional activities such as bingo to musical programs, dance groups, karaoke and many other activities. This space is also used for employee and public meetings and educational program. 

The Glab Lounge at The Gardens is perfect for watching a football game on the large screen TV, enjoying scheduled social events or taking advantage of "Happy Hour" and the dance floor for birthday and anniversary parties.

The St. Francis Room at The Gardens is used for training sessions, meetings and other resident and community events.

Residents and families can reserve rooms on campus for special events. Call Reception at (920) 684-7171 to make those arrangements.

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