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A Closer Look at Waterfront Retirement Living

Asbury Solomons is more than a place for outstanding senior living, we’re an important part of what makes the Southern Maryland community as vital and exceptional as it is. There is always something happening on campus and residents are actively involved in Calvert County organizations, too. This is the place to stay up to date on what’s happening in and around Asbury Solomons.

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Recent News

The ‘Greatest Place to Live’

Peggy Hovermale was drawn to Asbury Solomons by her love of the water and fond childhood memories of fishing on Solomons Island with her father. Now, the Silver Spring native loves it when her grandchildren visit and they all head down to the river to kayak, fish off the pier or net fish along the...

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What’s Age Got to Do With It?

We're excited to announce our new campaign for Older Americans Month, called What's Age Got to Do With It?

Featuring a thought-provoking Q&A with ageism activist and noted public speaker Ashton Applewhite and dozens of residents of Asbury Solomons and other Asbury communities, this campaign shows...

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Open the New Issue of Anticipate More!

Get the facts on CCRCs, try out a new recipe from our chef, and learn why living social is so important to your health and more in our new fall newsletter! Click here to read the Fall Issue and to sign up for this free publication.

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Washington Post Features Historic Voter

Gladys Ament was born the day U.S. women were finally granted the right to vote. This week, she cast a historic vote for the first female presidential candidate. Read the incredible story of  this Asbury Solomons resident in the Washington Post feature, “She was born the day women got the vote.” ...Read More »