There’s always something fun and exciting going on at Frederick Living. The more you know about what’s going on here, the easier it is for you to become involved—and that makes Frederick Living a more interesting community for all of us. View our latest news below or use the menu to the left to get more detail—and be sure to follow us on Facebook for regular updates as well!

Frederick Resident, Al Neff's Cross Stitch and Needlepoint

Frederick resident, Al Neff’s cross stitch and needlepoint are featured in the Gallery at Frederick Living through late April. The show includes “Historic Houses of Montgomery County” and “Scenes of Philadelphia,” as well as a variety of others. Al has been doing cross stitch and needle point since the late 1970s. He had a high-stress construction job and found that doing cross stitch relaxed him and gave him peace of mind. Al likes that cross stitch and needlepoint keep his mind active while reducing stress.

Frederick Named to Best Nursing Home List

Frederick Living’s skilled nursing neighborhood, Cedarwood, was recently named to the U.S. News and World Report list of Best Nursing Homes for 2014. Cedarwood earned the highest overall rating in the federal government’s ranking of nursing homes, which is five stars. The rating system considers three key factors: health inspections, staffing and quality of medical care. Cedarwood’s five star rating, paired with its focus on empowering each resident or rehab customer to achieve his or her goals, makes it an ideal community for rehab and for long-term nursing care in the Montgomery/Berks County region. For more information, click here (

Melissa Strawser, Printmaker-Sculptor

Melissa Strawser studied MA Fine Art in Printmaking at The Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, mentoring with head of Printmaking, the late Professor Bartolomeu dos Santos (Portuguese Printmaker) and his Tavira Print Workshop and Sir Stanley Jones of Curwen Press in Cambridge UK. She holds a First Honor, MA Fine Art/Printmaking and a BFA from William Paterson University. Melissa is a 5th Generation Artist from a family better known for Pennsylvania Folk Art—the family of (Brunner-Gottshall-Strawser).

Winter Olympics at Frederick

On February 10th and 11th Frederick celebrated the Olympics! Monday began with an Opening Ceremony in which staff and residents from each area carried the torch throughout campus wearing their red, white, and blue. The Ceremony culminated with one of our Residential Living couples lighting the torch and everyone singing the National Anthem. We kicked off the winter games with beachball volleyball and other games like bean bag toss, horseshoes, basketball, dart tennis, shuffleboard, and hockey

Fran Wieckowski, Oil Paintings: A New Art Exhibit Opens at Frederick Living

Local artist Fran Wieckowski’s oil paintings are featured on canvas at the Gallery at Frederick Living through early February. The show includes paintings from Fran’s favorite subject, Nature, which contain the rhythm of shapes, patterns of light across space, and exploring color within them.

Winter Olympics coming to Frederick

Frederick Living will be celebrating the Winter Olympics Monday February 10th and Tuesday February 11th. The celebration will kick off with a torch lighting ceremony in the auditorium Monday at 9:30am. After the torch makes its way through all the different areas of Frederick, the games will begin! Games include horseshoes, shuffleboard, bean bag games, can games, volleyball, and basketball to name a few.

Frederick Living's Train Club Open House

This Sunday, December 15th, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM all are welcome!

Frederick's Gift Shop

Hours of Operation: Monday through Saturday, 11 AM - 3 PM

Sonya Moyer Photography, A New Art Exhibit, opens at Frederick Living

A new photography exhibit at Frederick Living, Frederick, PA, features the work of local artist Sonya Moyer. Sonya and her husband, Bill, skillfully restored their 18th century stone farmhouse on the hillside, overlooking the bucolic valley below where the light of sunrise and sunset continue to inspire her. Around the corner, betwixt the shadows cast on the stone wall, lurk her subjects, unaware, from the panoramic view from her hillside home, to the smallest detail in nature. Her photographs are reflective and nostalgic.

One Stop Holiday Shopping

Do your Holiday shopping at Frederick Living and help two great causes! On Friday, November 15th, 2013 please join us for a day of shopping in our auditorium from 11AM until 7PM.