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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.


First Signs of Spring 
On North Mountain Avenue at the top of the hill across from Fair Oaks the first flowering tree in the neighborhood is in full bloom. I'm told that the daffodil spikes are emerging....

Thank you, Roy Sutton!
by Laura Avery
The members of the Activities and Events Committee wish to express our deep appreciation for your creation: Music at the Meadows. The four concerts during the Holiday Season were especially glorious. How lucky we are to have such wonderful artists performing right here in our community....

Latest on the Orgon Pipeline
by David Lane
Robyn Janssen of RogueRiverkeeper.org and Hannah Sohl of RogueClimate.org updated the Mountain Meadows Democrats Plus last Tuesday on the proposed natural gas pipeline which would transport gas 230 miles from Malin to Coos Bay....

Friday Forum
On January 30 at 3:00pm, Lydia Garcia from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival will speak at our Friday Forum in the Mt. Ashland Room. She will discuss the 2015 OSF season....

1/25  Jim Starkey
1/26  Paul Littell 
1/26  Marlys Matheus 
1/27  Janet Heller 
1/29  Mamie Kreisman 
1/29  Candy Wooding

Featured Event

Michal Palzewicz, cellist, and pianist, Chiharu Sai, provided musical magic on Thursday afternoon, January 22nd, in the Mt. Ashland Room. Michal is the Principal Cellist with the Rogue Valley Symphony Orchestra. Chiharu, a native of Japan, made her New York debut at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall as a winner of the Artist International Special Presentation Award in 2002.

Their program was altered somewhat because Michal had neglected to bring the music for the Bach Sonata with him. They began the program with Vivaldi’s Sonata No. 8 in G Major. They followed that with the complete Beethoven Sonata No. 3 in A Major, and completed the program with the dynamic Hungarian Rhapsody Opus 68 by Popper.

The most impressive aspect of their performance was the precision of their ensemble. It was as if they were breathing together. It is rare to hear such perfect “togetherness”. All of us felt truly blessed to be in the audience.

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