Carolina Meadows Blog

by John Shelton Reed Some 25 residents gathered in the private dining room on March 8 for a talk and demonstration by the accomplished local food writer and cooking instructor Sheri Castle. A lunch featuring…

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Mural

By Nancy Lederer Put on your travel shoes to move through time and space and be a part of the Carolina story,  “All Things Carolina from the Mountains to the Sea”. As part of the…

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share to care

CHAPEL HILL, NC – Carolina Meadows, the Triangle’s largest continuing care retirement community, is joining forces with Transitions GuidingLights, a nonprofit caregiver support center in Raleigh, for an evening of culinary excellence as local chefs…

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musical-notes

In Shakespeare’s The Tempest one character says to another, “The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not.” The same could be said of our homes here at…

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By Dorothy Mahan The spirit of Christmas and Hanukkah filled the Pines over the holidays, with residents’ decorated doorways, spreading a mood of fun and joy. The decorating was done primarily by staff members with…

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John Haynes, Photographer Retirement at Carolina Meadows provides residents with many opportunities to stay fit, be active, and enjoy life, especially if they are bicyclists or “biker wannabes.“  Bicycling provides many benefits.  Besides being fun,…

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