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There is always something going on at Asbury Solomons – from exciting on-campus events to residents getting involved in the community. And you can find out all about it right here.



See What’s Happening Around Campus in the Fall Issue of Anticipate More

Hear why residents think Asbury Solomons was the smartest move they've made, take a virtual tour of our apartments, meet new residents the Callens, and find out why putting off retirement may be good for your health in the Fall 2017 issue of Anticipate More.

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Open the New Issue of Anticipate More!

Find out if age is just a number, learn how helping others helps yourself, too, and meet some of the people who make Asbury Solomons such a great place to live!

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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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Celebrating 20 Years Photo Album

On September 30, Asbury Solomons officially celebrated 20 years of active senior living on the Patuxent River. Take a look below at some of the smiling faces of the fabulous people who live and work here. They were on hand to make our Rededication Service and Luncheon truly festive. Photos by...

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The 2016 Asbury Games!

From July 11 to August 7, a team of five residents at Asbury Solomons was going strong in the first-ever Asbury Games, an Olympics-inspired competition to log the most hours of fitness-related activity in one month. By the end, they had captured first place with 480 total hours.

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