Welcome to Mountain Meadows

  • ViEW OF THE VALLEY 
  • THE CLUBHOUSE 
  • UPPER PARK 
  • HALLOWEEN VISITORS 
  • WELCOME HOME 
  • HOME ON THE CORNER 
  • VIEW OF MT. ASHLAND 
  • FRIENDS 
  • COMMUNITY GARDEN 
  • FALL COLORS 
  • WINTER EVENING
     WINTER EVENING

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.

News

Lunch with a Board Member
Would you like to talk to an MMOA Board Member? Is there something on your mind that you’d like to share? Here’s your opportunity talk with a member of the MMOA Board. On Wednesday, February 21, you are invited to join Harriet Bermana Board member, for lunch at a Community table in the Dining Room...

Music at the Meadows
On Thursday, February 22, at 4 PM in the Mt. Ashland Room we will have another exciting concert by pianist, Jaron Cannon.  His program will include audition pieces that he will play at his Indiana University audition performance next month... 

Resident Photographs
Help Keep the Mountain Meadows Roster Up to Date. Photographer Diana O'Farrell has volunteered to set up in the Rogue Room every six weeks to take professional photos of those of you who are missing from the Mountain Meadows Roster. The next session is Sunday, February 25, 1:30 – 2:30 PM...

Art Workshops
A two-part hands on workshop will be offered by Richard & Rochelle Newman. No experience or talent required. All materials will be provided for the registration fee of $25 per session. 
Workshop 1: Leaving Your Mark, Saturday, March 3, 2 - 5 pm 
Workshop 2: Putting It All Together, Saturday, March 10, 2 - 5 
Both workshops will be held in the Cascade Room...

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Featured Event

              MM Theatre Group 
     Four Short Plays by Fred Tonge

Friday Forum last week brought us a presentation by the MM Theatre Group. To a very responsive, packed house, they performed four plays written by our own talented playwright, Fred Tonge, who also served as director and publicist. Providing music throughout the performance was Donna Swanson at the piano. Narration of the plays was performed by Tom Buechele. Crew members were Lucy Strasburg, Stage Manager/Props, Donna Taylor, Sound, Richard Kinsinger, Video, and Donna Swanson, Musical Director. 

The first play was entitled "So Lucky" and starred Mary Kay King and Bill Ashbey. In an hilarious dialogue between mother and son, he tries to convince her to accept a move from her family home to an active retirement community called Mountain Vista

The second play called "All Hallows' Eve" featured Norm Crane, Richard Bee and John Tyler. Rick, the new kid in town, learns some unpleasant facts from his friends and his father.

Next, in a play called "Bookstore Encounter", a seductive customer, Carol Bee, entices the Bookstore owner, Richard Bee, to join her in the back room. We discover that she isn't what she seems. Applause covered the final sound effect of the shattered mirror. 

Finally, "We Love This Place" featured Norm Crane, Kathy Knoke, Alan Berman, Marc Ratner, Gideon Wizansky, Joanne Crane, and siren, Dickie Wilson. Residents of a mid-western farm town are suffering from a failing economy. The influx of cash from a traveler, changes everything. The moral of the story—Spend Locally!

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