A new chaplain has recently joined the Unitarian Universalists of Riderwood. Learn more about Ashley Burczak.
The Riderwood Quilt Club is constantly active, making beautiful quilts for a variety of events inside and outside of Riderwood.
Two residents discovered at Riderwood that they had graduated from the same nursing school, and have since formed a strong bond.
Riderwood residents recall how they heard about the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Simone Gomez, formerly Riderwood’s Reoccupation Manager, has been promoted to the Project Manager role following Chris Davis’s transition to Assistant General Services Director.
Resident Irma Sheon has dedicated decades to studying the phenomenon of gerrymandering, and how it affects the United States and its politics.
Among Riderwood’s many support groups is the Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group, helping a growing number of residents dealing with the condition.
Riderwood’s Village Protestant Church is celebrating 15 years of being led by Dr. Lou Woods.
Three Riderwood residents discovered after moving in that they all grew up in the same small area of Germany.
Resident Irving “Andy” Andrusia continues a professional career in music even at age 100, as a House Assistant at the Music Center at Strathmore.
Resident Jackie Nichols was driving into Manhattan on September 11, 2001 and witnessed the attacks of that day.
Duplicate Bridge is a popular game amongst residents at Riderwood. Find out why it’s so well-loved by some of the residents who play regularly.