Classic Movies at the Meadows: TBA – Wednesday, February 19
Roy Sutton and Marc Hart program classic movies for showings in the Mt. Ashland room for classic film buffs every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm.
London Live in Ashland – Friday, February 21
Wish you could get to London to see plays at the national Theatre or the Old Vic? Maybe you're into opera or ballet as well? There's a lot going on in the Rogue Valley – but do you long to get the best of London cultural events without the hassle of international travel? I do.
Learn about what London Live in Ashland has to offer you here at the Varsity Theater. J. R. Miller, the instigator of London Live in Ashland will present information about the series in the Mt. Ashland Room on February 21, at 3:30 p.m. Do join us. Mary Devlin.
New Transportation Options – Monday, February 24
Mountain Meadows residents have been waiting a long time for public transportation options! The good news is that in 2019 Rogue Valley Transportation District (RVTD) stepped up their game and is now providing more routes than ever before in their 44 years of existence.
We have two new programs that will interest you: The Ashland Connector and Valley Lift, which provide small van-based transportation options on call, which can adapt to your specific transportation needs within Ashland as they arise. They do require previous sign-up and use smart phones to request pick-ups.
To explain how these programs work, their community liaison Stacy will becoming here on Monday, February 24 from 3-4 p.m. in the Mount Ashland Room to explain these two services, how they differ and who will benefit from them.
We encourage you to explore these services prior to the presentation so you can have your questions ready. You can find more information at ashlandconnector.org.
Resident Services Committee
MM Trips & Travel to Portland – March 31-April 2
By popular demand, Trips and Travel has worked with Rogue Global LLC to put together a fabulous Spring trip for March 31 & April 1, returning April 2. Highlights of the trip will include a visit to Portland's famous Japanese Garden, often called one of the most authentic outside Japan, and the award-winning play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. On the way home, the group will stop at The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival, with over 50 acres of tulips and daffodils to wake you from your winter slumber. Tour fees will include coach transportation, accomodations at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown portland, two buffet breakfasts, theater ticket and entrance fee to the gardens and the tulip festival.
Check the Weekly Update for additional details.