Hot off the Press : Fall 2019 Renaissance Magazine

Wondering how you’ll spend your days after becoming a resident of Willow Valley Communities? You won’t be thinking about yard work or home maintenance issues – you’ll get to decide how to enjoy your day. As one of the top-rated senior living communities in Lancaster, PA, we offer you the flexibility to create life how you want to live it. Free to follow your passions and explore the multitude of classes, club meetings, and events happening every day in our community, who knows what you’ll discover!

For residents of Willow Valley Communities, one of the best places to see what’s happening on campus is to look inside our Renaissance magazine. Renaissance is published 3 times a year and contains a listing of our Cultural Center Entertainment Series, Lunch and Learn topics, Franklin & Marshall College and Elizabethtown College lectures, computer and technology classes, art classes, wellness classes, and more. And believe it or not, these are not your only choices. At Willow Valley Communities, North, Manor, Spring Run, Lakes, The Clubhouse, and Chautauqua Hall each have a listing of concerts, classes, and programs of their own.

Click through this digital copy of our newest Renaissance magazine to see an insider’s view of options our residents choose from.

If you see something of interest, and you’re not a resident, give us a call or email and ask to attend. We’ll make arrangements for you and look forward to having you join us. Call 877.503.0774 or email

If you’d like to receive a copy of our Renaissance magazine delivered to your home by mail, please fill out our contact form with your request. We’ll be happy to send it to you.

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