As we age, we find that we are no longer able to do some tasks that we never considered “tasks” in the past.
The Staff Appreciation Fund is the one time that we can open our hearts and our wallets with kindness to all those who have cleaned our apartments, driven the buses around campus, and worked behind the scenes.
Classical guitarist to perform first for Classical Concerts series for 2017-2018
The CommUNITY Living Committee’s premier program that has been building over the past few months is here!
“No fun without music – no music without fun.”
Get answers to all your nutrition questions and more! Join us as nutritionist Leslie Jefferson, MS, CNS, LDN gives an informative and engaging presentation on which foods will help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
Riderwood Entertainment Presenters has decided to continue to provide opportunities for retirees and staff members that may have lacked time to tap into old passions or latent talents to now share them with their community.
The Riderwood Sustainability Committee has completed its first year on the journey toward sustainability at Riderwood Village and beyond.
Join your Community Resources team for our Harvest Festival on Friday, October 27 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. outside, in front of the Montgomery Station Clubhouse.
The following reflects the highlights of the meeting conducted in August.
Mindfulness has been around for thousands of years, but has caught our attention only recently.
Dr. Stacey Koff, M.D., daughter of Riderwood residents Jane and Al Grum, will give a presentation on robotic surgery at the Riderwood Health Forum.