Learn how Riderwood can help you complete those New Year’s Resolutions.
Resident Phil Wogaman discusses his new book and the difficult decision to go against The United Methodist church’s decision to refuse ordination to a gay minister
By James Plutino Riderwood Resident I enjoy playing duplicate bridge at Riderwood where one can find four sessions to participate in every week. I relish the card play and the usually friendly social exchange with other residents who share the same passion for the game. I was recently reminded of a book on bridge I…
Find out how Bruce Marshall addresses the later years of aging in his new book “In Later Years: Finding Meaning and Spirit in Aging”
Riderwood resident Max Horlick’s last contribution to the literary world was a military history about famous “fouled up” incidents in war.
The AAHC and the CEC present a discussion by Dr. James Loewen, author or Lies My Teacher Told Me.
Plenty of resident authors live at Riderwood. Learn how to find their books.
Lavern Allen reveals the latest programs to help Riderwood with increasing civility
Resident Pam Silverwood overcame a debilitating childhood disorder and now tells her tale.