There’s always something fun and exciting going on at Frederick Living. The more you know about what’s going on here, the easier it is for you to become involved—and that makes Frederick Living a more interesting community for all of us. View our latest news below or use the menu to the left to get more detail—and be sure to follow us on Facebook for regular updates as well!
Make a donation to walk & come walk for a good cause OR make a donation to the Bakeless Bake Sale! Instead of baking, donate the price of a pie or cake or anything nice.
Vets for Vets bracelets, t-shirts & hats will be available for purchase.
Veterans get a 25% discount & no sales tax charged on purchases made in our
Take home some vegetable soup for $4/pint. All proceeds go to Vets for Vets.
VFV’s mission is to support returning veterans during their readjustment from military to civilian life. VFV’s goal is to provide safe and positive transitional housing providing a mixture of camaraderie, life skills, as well as educational and employment opportunities. VFV supports veterans during this challenging transition by helping to identify and recognize their valuable military skill set, and assists them in translating those skills into applicable civilian-life skills. In addition, VFV’s veterans stand committed to providing needed assistance to the elder veterans and families in their communities.
Frederick Living entered five teams into the National Senior Wii Bowling League. We are now in our third week of reporting scores and three of the five teams Frederick entered are in first place in their respective divisions! More than 120 communities are participating from around the United States, making up 320 teams, and over 1,600 seniors are registered on teams. Teams play in their own community, so no traveling is involved. What a fun way to interact with other communities, as well as working on hand eye coordination, balance and social interaction! The season will run for four to seven more weeks, with a playoff format like the NCAA Final Four- you win, you play on. We would like to wish our five teams good luck in the remaining weeks.
This new art exhibit features the work of our Independent Living, Personal Care, and Skilled Nursing residents and staff. Acrylics, watercolor, and oil paints are featured in the show.
Some of the work featured is from residents who were professional artists before residing at Frederick Living. Other art work is from residents and staff who participate in our Drawing Class and Painting Class on Monday afternoons, taught by local artist and teacher, Fran Wieckowski.
Fran encourages the participants to paint subjects that they love and express themselves through their paintings. Some participants choose replicas such as Van Gogh and others bring their own ideas.
The exhibit features a variety of subjects such as landscapes and animals and is open to the public through the end of April. Family, friends, residents, and staff are welcome to join the artists for an Art Reception on Monday, March 16 at 1:30 PM outside the Body Shop.
Friday, October 10, 2014, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM, Train Show Only
Saturday, October 11, 2014, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Train Show and Anniversary Celebration, including an old fashioned carnival, music, food, trackless train rides, face painting, activities for all ages & MORE! Rain or Shine!
Free and Open to the Public
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Christine Maxwell Morris has been an artist since she could hold a paint brush in her hand. “Art has always been my passion.”
Frederick Living is pleased to announce that at the Thursday, August 14th meeting of the Upper Frederick Township Board of Supervisors, we were granted conditional final approval for The Meadows at Frederick Living. Read More