We can’t live without the Meyerhoff and you shouldn’t either.
The Programs and Events calendar at Roland Park Place is exceptional and professionally managed by staff with extensive input from a Resident advisory committee.
The Roland Park Place activity calendars include frequent trips to local museums and cultural attractions, movies, restaurants, shopping, and libraries. There are also day trips to attractions in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York, and an annual trip to Ocean City, Maryland. Transportation is provided by Roland Park Place to Everyman Theater, Centerstage, the Meyerhoff, the Lyric, and Shriver Hall. In addition to all of the wonderful excursions off-site, Residents enjoy world-class entertainment each Wednesday evening on-campus at no extra charge.
Though Roland Park Place does not have any religious affiliation, we believe the physical and mental health benefits correlated with religion are undeniable. We are committed to reaching all of the diverse religious and spiritual beliefs of our residents.
Our full-time chaplain ensures that Residents’ spiritual needs are met through personal connections any time and anywhere a Resident needs spiritual support.
Sunday worship, interfaith Vespers, Catholic prayer services, Catholic Mass, and Shabbat services are regularly scheduled in addition to special holiday observations and celebrations.
Roland Park Place is an active retirement community and home to some of Baltimore City’s finest intellectuals, thought leaders and former civic leaders. Whether speaking to a former judge, a seasoned journalist, an urban developer, or a nationally-renowned musician, a conversation with a Resident of Roland Park Place can be intellectually stimulating in and of itself.
To encourage that same kind of intellectual exercise and lifelong learning, Roland Park Place offers a number of social and academic programs to interest and challenge residents. From classes and film series to lectures and clubs, Residents can pursue a variety of different ways to arouse their intellect.
Some current favorites among Residents include the poetry reading class, the “Great Courses” series, and Iliad lectures. Aside from the Iliad series, all programs are completely free to residents.
Connecting with new people and friends every day.
Located in a beautiful and prime location within proximity to rich entertainment and cultural events, not to mention friends who live right down the hall, living at Roland Park Place is kind of like going back to college — without the exams!
There are so many benefits to living in a close-knit community like Roland Park Place. There is a feeling of belonging and comfort in the knowledge that you are supported by everyone around you – not only by other residents and their families, but by the incredibly engaged and dedicated staff, too.
Roland Park Place Residents find ways to connect through various programs such as the humor group, weekend coffee hour, peace vigil, book clubs, social hours, the Residents’ Association, and volunteerism.