Greenspring’s dedicated general services team works diligently to keep all roads and walkways clear of snow and ice.

According to the latest edition of The Farmer’s Almanac, the winter of 2018–2019 will feature “arctic air; blustery, bitter winds; sharp drops in temperatures; and widespread snow showers and squalls.” Above-normal precipitation is also in the forecast for the Southeast in January and February 2019.

There’s gold at the end of this double rainbow, photographed over the entrance to the Greenspring campus. Fitch ratings recently awarded the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., an A+ positive rating for its strong financial structure.

No matter how you look at it, Greenspring is an excellent community.

Recently arriving home after more than six weeks of continuous travel overseas, Sharon Featherstone credits moving to Greenspring at age 66 for the richly fulfilling life she enjoys.

Sharon Featherstone made up her mind: she didn’t want to wait.

Greenspring community member Nora Leng (back row, far left) celebrates with her gala guests.

Each day for 20 years, community members at Greenspring have fulfilled the Erickson Living community’s motto, “We share our gifts to create a community that celebrates life.” 

Recently, residents and staff celebrated the community’s 20-year anniversary with a full week of Roaring Twenties-themed festivities.

Anna Greves, pictured here with the Greenspring marketing and sales team (she’s second from the left in the back row), surrounds herself with an all-star team of moving professionals.

“We weren’t prepared for was just how helpful Greenspring’s personal moving consultant would be,” says community member Steve Arpee, referencing his 2017 move to the Springfield, Va., community. “Anna Greves was invaluable to us throughout the entire moving process.”

Professional artist Gwen Lockhart displays her sculptures while also demonstrating for guests how to shape clay.

French artist Edgar Degas once remarked, “art is not what you see but what you make others see.” 

Fran Duvall says the past 15 years she has lived at Greenspring have flown by because of all the friends and activities she enjoys on a daily basis.

Each day, Greenspring fulfills its motto, “sharing our gifts to create a community that celebrates life.” Next month, the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., will recognize its twentieth anniversary with a full week of celebrations in honor of this important milestone.

Greenspring staff smile with individuals from MVLE

Each day, the dining services staff at Greenspring dedicate themselves to serving delicious and healthy meal options to those who call the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., home.

Brad (Robert Goolrick), Sol (Adron Krekeler), Opal (Jane Ford), and Gloria (Sue Franke) toast their new “friendship” and living arrangement in Everybody Loves Opal.

Known for entertaining audiences while also supporting local theater arts students, the Greenspring Players, the all-volunteer performing arts group at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., once again received high accolades for their recent production of Everybody Loves Opal by John Patrick.