Welcome to Mountain Meadows

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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.


Bus Trip to Schneider Art Gallery
On Wednesday, August 26, eighteen MM residents gathered at the Schneider Art Gallery on the SOU campus to enjoy the current exhibit by Chuck Close, world famous painter and photographer...

We Got Trouble
Right Here In Mountain Meadows

It’s POOL time. Not swimming time...BILLIARD time. Win the “Norma Anderson Trophy." The tournament will begin in October...

Last Monday of the Month
Poetry Gathering

By Seymour Collins
There is and should be Poetry in our lives. Time to spend an hour each month sharing it with others. First Meeting is Monday, Aug 31 at 1PM in Mt. Ashland Room. Bring your poetry...

Fred Tonge's Play
"Moonshadow," a play by Fred Tonge, will be read at the Playwright Actor Atelier, in the Gresham Room of the Ashland Public Library on Monday, August 31, at 6:30 pm (please arrive by 6:30 pm). Atlelier readings are free and open to the public...

Happy Birthday!
9/1  Bill McMillan
9/3  Don Baldrica

Featured Event

Around the World on a Rowing Machine
by David Lane

On Friday, Aug. 21, at approximately 7:30 AM, Lee Bowman completed rowing 20,037,580 meters, which is halfway around the earth measured at the equator!!!  Lee started keeping track of his rowed meters on May 6, 2002, shortly after the Fitness Center opened.  Andy Baxter, the Fitness Director at MM at the time, challenged him to get to 100,000 meters and then to 1,000,000 meters, and by then he "was hooked".  It wasn't till Lee got to 18 or 19 million meters that he decided that his goal would be halfway around the globe. 

 All that exercise has done more than just giving Lee some awe-inspiring bragging rights: he's lost 30 lbs (rather than gaining the way most of us do as we age), his cholesterol is good without meds, and his resting heart rate is in the mid 60's.  His health insurer loves him.  Most mornings you can find Lee at the Fitness Center working on getting the rest of the way around the world. When you see him, congratulate him and let him know that you will support him for the next 20 million meters. 

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