Riderwood resident have taken part in a study examining the connection between exercise and cognition.
Riderwood is holding a new series of classes to help residents understand how to navigate the aging process and make the important decisions they need for their future.
The Village Early Music Ensemble will be presenting its first solo concert this July, featuring music from the European Baroque, Renaissance, and medieval periods.
Riderwood’s improvisational theater troupe, the IMPROV-ables, will be putting on a spontaneous show in May.
By Ed Vilade Member, Earth Day Planning Committee The plight of global flora and fauna will be an emphasis of Riderwood’s 19th annual Earth Day Celebration on Wednesday, April 24, from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. in Montgomery Station’s Maryland Hall. Posters and information at the festival will tie in to this year’s National and International…
By Ed Vilade Member, Earth Day Planning Committee A presentation on the state of the Chesapeake Bay and collection for the annual jewelry sale are among events scheduled for the run-up to Riderwood’s Earth Day Celebration. The Festival is set for Wednesday, April 24, from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. in Maryland Hall and the Chesapeake…
A resident group at Riderwood celebrates their connection to the Big Apple.
The Earth Day Planning Committee is hard at work planning this year’s Earth Day celebration.
Neighbors in Deed can help with daily tasks and various chores you need help getting done. And it’s all done by your fellow residents.
By Rev. Edward D. Gehres, Jr. Riderwood Resident The Rev. Elenora Giddings Ivory, a resident at Riderwood, has just published her memoir. It begins when she was eight years old in 1953 and ends with her move to Riderwood on January 17, 2017, after her retirement from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It is addressed to…
Discover the lineup for the Fall 2018 Resident Recitals concert on Saturday, October 20.
Find out how you can pick up the latest edition of the Tales from Riderwood literary magazine.