Events

There’s always a fun activity to get involved with while you’re here! From social events, to arts and crafts, to guest speakers or group outings, our activities director keeps the daily schedule full of entertaining opportunities. We encourage everyone to participate in as many of the fun activities as they like! 

We offer programs for residents, families and, senior living professionals. You can browse our events calendar for a look at the upcoming schedule of special events and learn more about what our community has to offer!

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6 ways to celebrate spring

1. Enjoy a picnic meal

Whether you eat indoors at home or outdoors in the park, having a special picnic meal is a lovely activity.

2. Visit a farmers market

Ah, fresh produce and flowers! Leisurely strolling around a farmers market is a perfect activity. There’s so much to see and sample. Plus, they can take home some fresh veggies for a healthy meal.

3. Take a nature walk

Once the weather warms up, take a walk through the neighborhood, go to the park, or visit a garden center. For those who are less mobile, sitting in the back yard, on the porch, or near an open window is just as nice.

4. Bring nature indoors

Spring means plants, flowers, and growth. Bring the beauty of nature inside by getting an easy-to-care-for plant, a fragrant potted herb like lavender, or some freshly cut flowers. Everyone can enjoy the scent and colors.

5. Bird watch

A sure sign of spring is the birds chirping outside. Attract even more wildlife to your window by making and putting up a simple DIY bird feeder.

6. Do some spring cleaning

Chances are, you could stand to get rid of a few things around the house. Spring is a perfect time to clear out some of that clutter. It’s also a perfect opportunity to go through keepsakes and share special memories.

Woodholme Gardens

(410) 415-9030

1700 Woodholme Ave Pikesville, MD 21208

Senior living in Pikesville are celebrating with cake

"We have special holiday programs: Valentines, Birthdays, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas. And special programs they surprise us with."

- Maggie