Ali Harris (left), move-in and transitions coordinator for the continuing care neighborhood at Highland Springs, married Jason Amos in Magnolia Place Clubhouse on September 28, 2019. Jennifer Fox, the community’s director of continuing care, officiated.

Highland Springs might not be on Dallas’s top ten list of wedding venues just yet, but the scenic 89-acre campus has hosted more weddings than you might think.

Glynda Wilson keeps an album of letters from Judith, a 17-year-old Rwandan girl she sponsors through Compassion International, in her apartment at Highland Springs.

Glynda Wilson had two considerations when she was thinking about a potential move: home maintenance and a sense of community.

“I was ready to trade one for the other,” says Glynda, who became increasing concerned about the effort and expense it took to maintain her three-bedroom duplex in Dallas.

Kris Allison (left) and Ruby Boman enjoy the Bee Healthy Expo at Highland Springs.

It’s the start of a new year and for many, the time to set fresh goals and replace old habits.

According to The Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, nearly 55% of New Year’s resolutions are health related: exercising more and eating healthier.

Robert Miles oversees catering services at Highland Springs.

Everyone loves a good party. For the host, however, the planning, shopping, cooking, and cleanup can add up to days of work for a few hours of fun.

Pastor Jamie Bruning (left) and intern Drew Southworth oversee pastoral ministries at Highland Springs, an interfaith community in North Dallas.

As chair of the Interfaith Advisory Council at Highland Springs, Judith Barnes says opportunities for spiritual growth abound at the North Dallas Erickson Living-managed community.

Elze Hemmen designed a new toy, a car carrier, to add to Highland Springs’ annual toy donation to Fort Hood’s Operation Once in a Lifetime.

Never was there a more diligent workshop crew than the one at Highland Springs, where community members teamed up to make more than 350 toys this holiday season.

A bench is placed on a brick patio, which faces flower beds dotted with flags and a law of beautiful trees.

Like a roll call for heroes, the Veterans Memorial Park at Highland Springs honors service men and women who live at the North Dallas community, along with their immediate family members who served in the armed forces.

The Magnolia Place library is an inviting place to read, work on a puzzle, or simply relax.

Delores Garbarini has long appreciated libraries as a window to the world.

“One of my earliest memories is my father driving my brother and me to the library,” she says. “I’ve had a lifelong love affair with books.”

A conceptual rendering of Lakeview Pointe, a new residence building recently announced by the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, now under construction and scheduled to open in spring 2020.

If you’ve been considering a move to a senior living community, there couldn’t be a better time than right now to visit Highland Springs.