The Performing Arts Council’s July concert will feature the acclaimed talents of Steve Washington.
The Riderwood Piano Club features the return of the popular Relatives of Residents concert this July.
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee at Riderwood is bringing a mini-documentary festival to the community to promote acceptance and inclusion of the diverse groups at Riderwood.
Riderwood’s newest entertainment committee, Just All Music (JAM), will bring a live music event to the community this summer.
The Village Early Music Ensemble will be presenting its first solo concert this July, featuring music from the European Baroque, Renaissance, and medieval periods.
The popular Mah Jongg tournament is coming up soon! Learn about how to join in this tournament that benefits the Benevolent Care Fund.
The Performing Arts Council will be bringing a free concert with the renowned National Orchestral Institute, a program of young musicians at the University of Maryland.
June 14 is Flag Day in the United States. The holiday will be celebrated at Riderwood by the Veterans Legacy Group that morning and afternoon.
Riderwood’s Performing Arts Council will present a show with Karen Akers, a star on Broadway, cabaret, TV, and movies.
By Victoria Harden Member, Continuing Education Committee On June 5, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. in the Town Center Celebrations Room, Riderwood’s own Jack Vargo, Supervisor of Riderwood Grounds and expert extraordinaire on every tree, shrub, and flower at Riderwood, will present an illustrated lecture, “Riderwood Landscapes.” The talk is a special seminar sponsored by the…
June’s Riderwood Health Forum will feature a talk from resident Sid Lindenberg about Health Insurance for Seniors and Disabled.
The newly created Special Trips committee at Riderwood has been working hard to bring great new opportunities for trips outside of the community’s gates.