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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.


Find Out About Bernie!
On Tuesday, February 9, in the Mt. Ashland Room, Lara Scanlon, teacher of economics and history, and Michael Niemann, SOU adjunct professor of International Studies, will discuss economic inequality and foreign policy issues as they relate to the Bernie Sanders campaign... 

Bluegrass Music at MM
Guitar, mandolin and bluegrass music coming here on Thursday, February 11, at 4:00 pm in the Mt. Ashland Room. The duo is called "Blades of Grass". Don't miss out on the fun!...

Ashland High School Robotics Team
On Friday, February 12, at 4PM in the Mt. Ashland Room the Ashland High School Robotics Team will present their new robot to be entered in an International Contest for high schools in Robotics. Check it out and take a turn at the wheel. Find out what they do in their class...

Bequest/Codicil Workshop
On Thursday, February 18 at 3:00 p.m. in the Mt. Ashland Room, attorney, Gary Turner, a resident of Mountain Meadows, will inform and assist you with guidelines in making a bequest/codicil to your will. Watch for... 

Happy Birthday!
2/6 Elizabeth Hallett
2/6 Jean Walters
2/7 Bettie Noyce

Featured Event

OSF dramaturg, Lydia Garcia, was scheduled to talk with Mountain Meadows residents at the Friday Forum on January 29. On Wednesday, Bob Griffin found out that she was unavailable and was sending her substitute, Vilma Silva.  Friday morning, he was informed that due to crushing schedules, neither of them were available and that actor, Armando McClain was coming to save the day.  Armando was thrown into the breach with little time to prepare, but he did a beautiful job answering our questions about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and sharing his passion for his chosen career.

Hesitant at first, he spoke about the theatre and the plays to be presented this coming season. He will be playing a lead role in the production of “River Bride”, a play set on the Amazon River and he described how the river would be created on the stage. As time went on, both he and the residents got warmed up. Questions ranged from an inquiry as to how OSF and Mountain Meadow might be better connected, to specific queries about his own career as an actor.

His love for theater lit up the room. He told us about his experience as an shy, awkward junior high school student. His first choice elective was canceled and he was placed in the drama class. The instructor seemed strict and demanding. He wanted to drop the class, but the teacher...

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