Welcome to Mountain Meadows

  • 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.


Special Board Meeting
On April 25 from 9:00 to Noon, our MMOA Board will be holding a work session in the Rogue Room. The meeting is open to all residents and owners. The agenda will be posted soon here on the website and on the bulletin board in the Clubhouse. The Board holds special sessions to have the opportunity to discuss issues requiring special attention. 

Chinese Film & Buffet Dinner
Our International Film for April is the Chinese romantic comedy, If You Are the One, from China box office king, Feng Xiaogang, which has earned more than $53.7 million. The film will be shown on Wednesday, April 26 at 7 PM in the Mt. Ashland Room, following a Chinese-inspired buffet in the Meadowlark Dining Room, prepared by Chef Bill Brown...

Arbor Day Celebration
Please join us on Arbor Day, April 28 at 9 AM for the Remembrance Tree planting in the Lower Park. A Sequoia redwood tree was chosen for this year's memorial event. The planting ceremony will be followed by a Firewise presentation in the Mt. Ashland Room from 11 AM to 12 PM...

Theatre Group Presentation.
On Friday, April 28, the Friday Forum presents a play reading by the Mountain Meadows Theatre Group of Fred Tonge's play, "Nell Flaherty’s Drake”.  A tale of romance and rebellion is based on the Dublin Uprising of 1803, led by one Robert Emmet.  Misconceived and poorly planned, the rebellion fails miserably, and its leader is convicted of treason. For a list of cast members and video of Norm Crane singing a song from the play, click Read More. 

Birthdays in April
You will find birthdays under the main menu title, "About Us."

Featured Event

             FRIDAY FORUM
What amazing individuals reside at Mountain Meadows! Friday afternoon, longtime resident, Bob Pohl, had our rapt attention as he told the story of the song, “Lili Marlene” which was so popular during the Second World War. Interesting visuals illustrated his presentation. 

He told us about the poet, Hans Liep, a young German soldier who wrote the original lyrics in his poem, “Song of a Young Sentry” because he was lonely for his girl friend, Lili. Composer, Norbert Schultze, discovered the poem and set it to music in 1938. It was then recorded by German singer, Lale Anderson, just before the outbreak of the Second World War. 

Played on German Radio every night at 10:00, it was listened to by both the German and the British Armies. It buoyed spirits on both sides of the battlefield and brought the soldiers thoughts of home. In 1944, Jimmy Phillips and Tommy Connor collaborated on an English translation which they titled, “Lily of the Lamplight”. Anne Shelton recorded this English version with the Ambrose Orchestra. It was promoted well, and its popularity was established throughout Britain....

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