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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.



Open the New Issue of Anticipate More

See why we always hear "I wish I had moved here sooner" when you open the Spring 2015 Anticipate More magazine.

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Celebrating Our Earth Year-Round

Earth Day is just not enough at Asbury Solomons; we celebrate Earth Month!

For the fourth consecutive year, the resident-run Go Green Committee has hosted Earth Stewardship Month during April. This year’s events included bringing in local experts to speak on a variety of conservation-related...

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Green Galore at St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Irish descendants and fans of the Irish were out in full force at Asbury Solomons for the 2016 St. Patrick's Day celebration. Plenty of green drinks were on the menu during at the Topside Pub where Fred Ruark and Herb Ries played Celtic favorites. A pair of very talented Irish Dancers also visited...

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A Waterfront Celebration

Asbury Solomons recently held its first Waterfront Celebration, taking advantage of our retirement community’s beautiful location on the Patuxent River.

Our ‘Yacht Club’, made up of kayaks and canoes, afforded everyone a fun and fit variety of water-based wellness opportunities, camera-worthy...

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading, global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care and support and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research.  Asbury Solomons, again this year, partners with the National Capital Area Chapter to sponsor the Southern Maryland...

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Peace & Joy One Stitch at a Time

Asbury Solomons resident Becky Stevens has been crocheting as long as she can remember – and has been teaching it at the Chautauqua Institute for 35 years. But in 2008, Becky met Susan McKee, the founder of an organization called Knitting4Peace. Before long, Becky’s craft had a global outlook and...

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