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.

Nancy Wood, (right) took advantage of the Suite Experience at Highland Springs to enjoy an overnight stay at the North Dallas community before she moved. Her aunt Fran MacMannis (left) has lived at Highland Springs for the past nine years.

Nancy Wood first learned of Highland Springs when her aunt Fran MacMannis moved from Florida to the North Dallas Erickson Living community nine years ago.

Eddie Good used Erickson Realty and Moving Services to ensure a seamless move to his new apartment at Highland Springs, where a treasured tapestry hangs prominently on a focal wall.

Moving was a way of life for Eddie Good and his wife, Billie. As a petroleum engineer working for the Sun Oil Company [now Sunoco], Eddie’s career took the couple across Texas and Louisiana before they retired to Allen, Tex.

Sixteen resident and staff pairs competed in the tenth annual putting tournament at Highland Springs.

Days after Gary Woodland won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, residents and staff at Highland Springs were vying for their own golfing victory.

Bill Sleeper, far right in blue shirt, teaches the Fitness Beat exercise class at Highland Springs twice a week.

If you want a spot in the Fitness Beat class at Highland Springs, you’d better get to the fitness center early.

“People start lining up for the class 30 minutes before the door opens,” says Joyce Glivinski, who moved to the North Dallas community in August 2018. “It’s such a fun way to begin the day.”

Seven friends gather every Monday evening for dinner in the Lone Star Pub at Highland Springs. (Clockwise, from left) Pat Kanis, Ken Hunt, Myke Kanis, Dining Associate Nick Hathaway, Larry Comstock, Marilyn Comstock, Elinor White, Karen Hunt.

Stop by the Lone Star Pub at Highland Springs on a Monday evening, and you’ll see a group of regulars eating dinner together.

Artist Donna Johnston teaches a paper wreath-making class at Highland Springs, where she lives.

With the creativity of an artist and the patience of a teacher, Donna Johnston stirs imaginations at Highland Springs.

White Rock Bistro is a new dining venue in the Lakeview Pointe residence building at Highland Springs, seen her set with tables and a beautiful chandelier.

Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, recently announced the construction of a new residence building, Lakeview Pointe.