Five Tips to Help You Enjoy the Next Chapter of Life By LuAnne Davis, RWC Vice President of Marketing and Development Don’t Wait! We love to welcome new residents at
RWC residents headline art show in October Annual exhibition features watercolors, acrylics Watercolors, acrylic prints and paintings – many abstract, unusual and quite beautiful – will be on display at
Callao artist Pamela Bowers is back at RWC in September Acrylic pouring and monoprints with mixed media will be on display Back by popular demand, Callao resident Pamela Bowers will
RWC's 35th Annual Golf Tournament has been moved to Friday, April 26, 2019 at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club. This tournament is a premiere event of the year with statewide
RWC's next Solution Seminar, Seniors and Technology 2 p.m. August 21st at the Mathews Memorial Library. RWC's IT Manager, John Sites, will talk about "Alexa," "Siri" and other technologies to make life easier for
RWC employee to share fiber art in August Mathews resident inspired by natural surroundings Hannah Sommerfeldt grew up in the Middle Peninsula around of lot of different fiber animals
At RWC, you can do as little or as much as you want. Our calendar is full of activities on and off campus. Click around on our calendar to see what may be of interest.