“She took a leap of faith and grew her wings on the way down.” — David Brinkley
Lunch & Learn This Fall
Join us for our Lunch & Learn event on Wednesday, September 20 or October 4. Bring a friend, enjoy our chef’s specialties, and learn why moving to Springhill before winter’s chill takes hold could be just the right move for you—and how our moving assistance program can help. RSVP here.
Retire Late for Good Health?
Although we are a retirement community, you don’t need to be retired to live at Springhill. Many residents continue to work at the company they founded, as a consultant, or in a new part-time venture. Studies are showing this may be a smart move. See why in this New York Times article.
Why Move? Residents Share
We asked a panel of residents to talk about the most important—and some of the most surprising—benefits they have come to recognize since moving to a continuing care retirement community. Hear what they have to say in this short Why Move video.
Is Your House the Key?
Did you know that your house could be the key to your future at Springhill? Learn about our Asbury Foundation Real Estate Program, which can help manage the sale of your property and help fund your entrance fee. Learn more and call us to see if you qualify.
Talent on Display
Meet Lettie Pellizzari, who won first place in a local art show this spring. She’s one of many Springhill residents whose talents will be on display during our Fall Arts & Crafts Show, on October 12. Stop by anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to mix and mingle with Lettie and all of Springhill’s artists in residence—and learn what they think about their decision to move. RSVP for our Art Show here or see Lettie’s award-winning painting.
Virtual Tour: The Maple
The two-bedroom Maple features more than 1,000 square feet of living space with a patio and a cozy fireplace for chilly winter evenings. Its open kitchen design gives you room to entertain, and apartment living puts you at the center of Springhill’s social life, programs, Wellness Center, and dining. Tour the Maple here.