Don’t forget that the resources from the Caring Connections class are available to anyone to view online.
Many residents at Riderwood take weekly opportunities to come together and find peace in meditation.
Learn about the connection between playing Mah Jongg and benefiting the Benevolent Care Fund.
By Almeda Girod Resident Writer Lisa Holloway’s relationship with Erickson Retirement Communities dates back to 1998 when she arrived at Greenspring as the Pastoral Ministries Manager. She and Dennis Jones, Riderwood’s Pastoral Ministries Manager at that time, “waved” as they passed on the Beltway. After five years, Lisa and Dennis switched campuses to facilitate an…
Meet the Gentlemen Songsters’ new director, Katy Hylton, and find out about their next concert in January.
The Riderwood Quilt Club is constantly active, making beautiful quilts for a variety of events inside and outside of Riderwood.
Riderwood’s pickleball team recently traveled to the first annual inter-community pickleball tournament at Oak Crest in Parkville, Maryland.
Neighbors in Deed is a program for residents to help residents with countless day-to-day tasks, from grocery shopping to pet care to companionship.
Among Riderwood’s many support groups is the Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group, helping a growing number of residents dealing with the condition.
September 15 marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Find out more.
Board game enthusiasts now have a place to converge and enjoy their favorite games, thanks to resident Mike Mullins, founder of the Boardgame Players Club.
A group of Riderwood residents has formed special connections with students at nearby Calverton Elementary School through writing letters.