Even when there’s snow on the ground, people who live at Linden Ponds can enjoy a low-impact workout in the community’s heated indoor pool or group fitness class.

Have you ever noticed that euphoric feeling you get when you take a brisk hike with your walking group? Or how making a post-yoga coffee date increases your motivation to attend class each week?

Linden Ponds’ “Asian Supper Club” recently enjoyed traditional Cantonese cuisine at South Garden Restaurant at the Kam Man Plaza in Quincy, Mass.

People who live at Linden Ponds bond over many things they might have in common—be that a shared passion for photography or opera, similar political or religious views, the same former careers, or a shared ethnicity. Last year, a group of residents of Asian descent started gathering for monthly dinners in one of the community’s private dining rooms.

Longtime TV studio volunteer Armand Ruby can often be spotted working behind the camera at Linden Ponds.

When Armand and Anne Marie Ruby moved to Linden Ponds in 2007, they were already familiar with the lifestyle offered at Erickson Living communities and the values the company stands by.

Lynne Ford Personal Moving Consultant

Temperatures could still be quite chilly in Massachusetts in March, but as far as the real estate market is concerned, spring has already sprung.

Many people think the prime time for spring home sales is April, May, and June. But if you want to get a jump on the spring market—and increase your chances of a successful sale—the time to list your house is now.

South Pacific: (from left) Ed Hiller, Jim Hawkins, Bob Ward, Paul Carey, Mia Smith, Alice Pecce, and Laurel Morris.

Linden Ponds’ very own “calendar girl” is at it again. 

Back in 2010, resident Carol Oliver spearheaded a project to create a “Ladies of Linden Ponds” calendar. A group of women worked in secret on the project for a year and a half. 

Lifelong New Yorker Helen Benson moved to Linden Ponds to be closer to family and says the community offers the same types of cultural activities she enjoyed in the city.

When it comes to your home and your lifestyle in retirement, you probably have a few items on your “wish list.” After decades of mowing the lawn and shoveling the snow, maintenance-free living might be on the top of your list. Maybe financial security is your No. 1 priority or perhaps you’re really looking forward to making new friends.

Team “Shark Bite” won Linden Ponds’ first wacky raft race. (From left) Executive Director Jim Centola, TV/AV Manager Liz Patton, and Director of Continuing Care Shawn Morales.

Temperatures may have cooled off in Massachusetts this fall, but residents and staff at Linden Ponds were still enjoying some fun—and a lot of laughs—at their pool, which is heated and located indoors in the community’s on-site fitness and aquatics center during the first-ever Wacky Raft Race.

Mary Jane Smith makes Nantucket baskets, a distinctive-looking type of basket that originated in the nineteenth century.

In 2014, Mary Jane Smith moved from Yarmouth Port on Cape Cod to Linden Ponds, an Erickson Living community in Hingham. She enjoyed life on the Cape and has family there, but when sciatic problems prevented her from golfing as much as she used to, she started to find herself alone more often than she liked.

 While on a 38-day cruise, Paul and Linda DelGreco (left), who live at Linden Ponds, met fellow Erickson Living residents L.O. and Joyce Wray (right) who live at the Erickson Living community Eagle’s Trace in West Houston.

Linda and Paul DelGreco have always enjoyed traveling. Even when they were both working full-time—she as a paralegal and he at Polaroid—they frequently escaped cold Massachusetts winters by visiting Florida. They also took several cruises over the years. But when they retired about four years ago, they decided to make seeing the world a top priority.