Wind Crest
Nestled among the Front Range, Red Rocks, and Highline Canal, Wind Crest s rock-and-stucco buildings stand like another tree grove or mountain range that has always existed in this natural environment.
Tallgrass Creek

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Brooksby Village

[caption id="attachment_13172" align="alignright" width="280" caption="In addition to teaching lifelong learning courses at Brooksby Village, Elaine Antonakes finds time to practice her piano skills.

Wind Crest

This summer, Joan Grady is helping her neighbors do some digging. The retired educator and school superintendent teaches a genealogy class at Wind Crest as part of the Wind Crest Learners program, which offers residents on-site, collegelevel courses taught by their neighbors. Genealogy has been a hobby of mine for years, says Grady, a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists.

Wind Crest

Wind Crest is a community in the truest sense of the word, one where the residents and management work together in a symbiotic relationship to make life on the 84-acre Highlands Ranch campus the best it can be. In order to do this, systems are in place to facilitate dialogue between residents and staff. Enter the Wind Crest Resident Advisory Council (RAC).

Tallgrass Creek

[caption id="attachment_13514" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Austin Welsh, M.D., checks out Tallgrass Creek resident Bo Bohannan. Welsh has been the community s medical director since it opened in October 2007."]


When native New Yorker Rebekah Kennedy moved to Baltimore a little more than 20 years ago, she was immediately attracted to the beauty, convenience, and culture Charm City afforded her. [caption id="attachment_13173" align="alignright" width="280" caption="When she's not visiting friends or the theater in Baltimore, Rebekah Kennedy takes in her Charlestown view.

Oak Crest

Ned Ward is up to his ears in peanut butter and jelly.

Oak Crest

Magical! That s how Martha Clasby describes her pilgrimage from Baltimore to Chartres Cathedral in France. Clasby is among the thousands who have traveled to the [caption id="attachment_13166" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Walking labyrinths has been proven to elicit what is called a relaxation response.