Welcome to Mountain Meadows

  • MOUNTAIN MEADOWS - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • VIEW FROM THE CLUBHOUSE - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • MOUNTAIN MEADOWS IN THE FALL - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • COMMUNITY GARDEN - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • SPRING BLOSSOMS - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • BOCCE - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • POND FROM THE GAZEBO - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • WALKING IN MADELINE HILL PARK - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • SUMMER RAINBOW - © Mountain Meadows Realty 
  • ASHLAND AT DUSK - © Mountain Meadows Realty 

Mountain Meadows is an award-winning, resident-owned, 55+ active retirement community in Ashland, Oregon.
Nestled in Southern Oregon's scenic Rogue Valley, home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, 
Ashland is a center for music, art, theater, and outdoor activities.


New Resident Interviews
Are you interested in the lives of your new neighbors? Find the New Resident Interviews under "About Us" on the menu at the top of the homepage. Look for an interview of our latest arrival, Peter and Ester Rabbit, written by Fred Tonge. You may remember the fine interview he did of Santa and Lucia Claus when they moved in around Christmastime...

Memorial Service
for Victor Rogers

In February, the day after his 89th birthday, we lost Victor Rogers. His memorial service was held on Sunday afternoon to an overflowing crowd in the Meadowlark Dining Room. Twenty two members of his family were in attendance, there to celebrate Victor's life and to support Arlene....

AAA ECO Cab Notice
By Mary Margaret Schelb

Thank you for your support of this trial transportation program. We are hoping it will be a success both in responsiveness to your transport needs and growth in ridership over the next 6 months to sustain it as an ongoing program of service to our residents....

MM Book Club
Date/Time Change for April

On Wednesday, April 15, at 1:00 pm in the Jefferson Room, the MM Book Club will meet to discuss Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.  Please note this is a change in date and time to avoid a conflict with the April Finance Committee meeting.  We will choose our May selection at this meeting.

Happy Birthday!
3/28    Marilyn Fremouw    
3/28    Donna Taylor    
3/29    Carolyn Hamburger    
3/30    Charlie Booth    
3/30    Judy Headley    
3/31    Seymour Collins
3/31    Paula Phillips
3/13    Eleanor Ponomareff
4/1     Kay Schwindt    
4/1     Lisbeth Wynn-Owen    
4/2     Anne Sklensky    

Featured Event

By Anonymous

If audience reaction is any measure, Seymour Collins and his intrepid troupe of thespians delivered a stellar performance in their presentation of "The Junkman Cometh" at last Friday's Forum. 

Among the highlights: Sue Severin opened and closed the performance singing  "Wintertime" (and the livin’ ain't easy). What a voice! And she narrated also, sharing that task with Annie Taylor. Morgan Silbaugh once again stood out (or, if you prefer, was outstanding) as a tree. Perhaps the very tree immortalized in "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn". Dropping his last leaf was a very poignant moment. Morgan also portrayed, among others, the Little Hitchhiker, and Rabbi Avi. 


Don Stone portrayed and sang Jake, the Junkman, as well as several other characters, not the least of whom was God. Possibly the applause will convince Don that he he might move to Mountain Meadows after all. And Lisbeth Wynn-Owen portrayed Seymour's niece and correspondent in his search for the true meaning of the junkman's refrain. Seymour claims to have cast her because of (in addition to beauty and talent) the similarities between Welsh and Yiddish. See the comments in the program for more details. In fact, see the program anyway,  even if you missed the performance. It's a joy to read.


To read the entire review and comments by Seymour,

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