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.


Transportation Guide
Be sure to pick up a copy of the new transportation guide, “Transportation Options for Daily Living,” located in the staff office area on the forms rack. This guide provides a concise summary of various transportation resources in an easy-to-use format....

Attention Writers!
The summer edition of "The Lark" will be a special issue honoring the 20th anniversary of Mountain Meadows. We are in need of your Mountain Meadows memories. What unique experience is locked away in your mind and heart that you would like to share with other residents?...

Fundraising Fiesta
Hola! We are launching the second phase of the Mountain Meadows Capital Improvement Fund Drive on Thursday, May 5 at 4PM in the Mt. Ashland and Rogue Rooms. Be sure to put it on your calendar...

Meadowlarks Spring Concert
Save the date! Wednesday, May 11th, at 3:30 pm in the Mt. Ashland Room, the Meadowlarks with present their Spring Concert...

Happy Birthday!
4/25  Mildred Buck 
4/25  Jean Buechele 
4/25  Jerry Hirschfeld
4/25  Marie-Jose Wood
4/28  Dede Dubbs
4/29  Pat Gaulke

Featured Event

              ZOE & JEFFRI  
The audience was small, but what magic we experienced! Who would imagine that two sopranos singing a cappella  could create such exquisite music. For an hour, Jeffri Lynn Carrington and Zoe La Terreur held us spellbound with their beautiful voices. 

Both coloratura sopranos with astounding ranges, they traded parts, each singing alternately in the high range and then in the low. It was an unique experience to hear two beautifully trained, delicately modulated voices blending perfectly. Their musicianship was impeccable—their voices in every way expressing as one. 

The wide ranging program started with an English madrigal by Thomas Morley, "Springtime Mantleth Every Bough". If it sounded familiar, you may have heard the Meadowlarks sing it at one of our spring concerts. Several musical genres were represented: madrigals, sacred Latin selections, Celtic tunes, French and German opera, a German art song, folk songs from Latvia and the Ukraine. 

Graciously they introduced each song giving some background and context, making the listening that much more enjoyable. Such lovely, talented and dedicated young women! A return engagement is in the works for later in the year. If you want to hear them in the near future, you can catch them on First Friday, May 6th, at the Art Center across from Pasta Piatti. 
~ Harriet Berman

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