We just received these new photos from photographer Sandra Stambaugh and…
Residents are actively swinging their paddles and mallets!
The National Moment of Remembrance at 3:00 p.m. on Memorial Day.
Sophie’s Closet has raised over $1,000,000 since 1979.
Our gardeners adhere to organic gardening practices.
Have a wonderful day!
100 Deerfield residents participated in our installation.
The signs of spring 2022 and new beginnings abound at Deerfield.
Our most successful blood drive ever!
24-hour Walkathon to Fight Dementia held at Deerfield
The snow did not last long but it was very pretty.
Deerfield resident, Mel Skiles, named Individual Volunteer Of Year.
Deerfield's volunteer wood workers have made over 3000 toy cars.
Marcus White joins Deerfield as Director of Dining Services.
300 Buncombe County Meals on Wheels clients received Thanksgiving meal.
Resident artists offered exceptional crafts for sale.
Deerfield honors our veterans for their service.
Kay and Ann are homeowners!
The true color of leaves is revealed in the fall.
St. Francis of Assisi was known for his love of animals.
One can find quiet, calm, and restoration all around our campus.
The mountain top is a bald offering views north and south.
A simple change to your appearance can be very therapeutic.
Over 40 Deerfield volunteers providing 296 service hours over 3 months.
Deerfield will offer on-site COVID-19 boosters to our residents and employees.
Deerfield now requires employee COVID-19 vaccination.
Many of the renovations are already completed on campus.
We welcome Michael Brunton to Deerfield!
Two Deerfield-sponsored Aging in Place homes are nearing completion.
Off the Wagon Dueling Piano Bar wowed the residents at Deerfield.
Skinny Beats Drum Shop returns to Deerfield.
Residents and staff enjoyed 9 holes of golf together at Broadmoor.
This “Sockraiser” benefits the Homeward Bound AHope program.
It was a lovely day of celebration at Deerfield!
Jeannie DuBose explores the gifts of aging and Elderhood.
Fully vaccinated persons are no longer required to wear masks outdoors.
Scheduling appointments will no longer be necessary.
New water feature and beautiful landscaping provide a serene, relaxing environment.
“The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the…
Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People
The mitigation measures of masking and social distancing are still needed.
Grand Reopenings of dining venues on campus!
New protocols and fresh approaches established during the pandemic.
The Connector Showcases contain the works of 22 Deerfield artists.
Even fully immunized persons should continue to practice the 3 Ws.
SARS-CoV2 variants transmit more readily than COVID-19.
Mature Wellness Speaker Series to feature Dr. Brian Asbill.
The beacon of hope we have been awaiting has arrived!
Kindness is like snow — It beautifies everything it covers. -Gibran
2020 was a year filled with anxiety, grief and loss.
The number of new cases has inflated by 158% since November.
A special holiday treat from our residents!
The wood working shop has been a buzz!
The number of individuals hospitalized due to the virus is increasing.
No Deerfield policies will change with Executive Order 180.
Residents create flags with messages of hope and goodwill.
Resident crafters hosted a virtual 2020 Craft Market!
Have open conversations about COVID-19 prevention in advance.
Show your love for friends and family by protecting yourself.
Deerfield residents receive complimentary access to the ACMS season.
Deerfield was featured in Senior Dining News for their innovative updates.
Deerfield Legacy Society members are treated to an amazing dinner party!
Oktoberfest at Deerfield featured in Senior Dining News.
Our residents really enjoyed this very unique musical event!
It is important to make time for yourself and your health.
A perfect way to pass the time during social distancing.
Deerfield rolled out a new system for using reusable containers.
Social distancing during COVID-19 can be excruciating to bear.
Outdoor exercise is a safe and responsible COVID-era activity.
Keep safety in mind every step of the way.
Hundreds of masks have been produced and distributed.
Our resident artists are producing a lot of great work!
Deerfield remains cognizant of our special situation as a CCRC.
The Deerfield COVID-19 Task Force collaborates to establish COVID-19-related policy.
Covid-19 transmission is low risk with social distancing, masks and disinfecting.
Social gatherings are not currently permitted in Deerfield’s public spaces.
Steps that you can take to maintain your health and well-being.
Keeping our residents and staff safe is our primary concern.
Residents and staff are creating facemasks for everyone at Deerfield!
The bottom line is stay home and stay safe.
Deerfield thermometers have been distributed to residents and employees.
Deerfield is committed to keeping residents informed of COVID-19 cases.
Deerfield sponsors eight Habitat homes for seniors.
All group events, activities, and outings are cancelled or postponed.
Gordon Rittmeyer, along with a few other residents have set up…
Beth Allen, owner of Successful Strides Inc., in Morganton NC brought…
Join us for the Seventh Annual Holiday Craft Market on Friday,…
To-go container program to roll out soon! Deerfield worked hard to…
Residents have enjoyed a new musical outlet this summer, thanks to…
Monday, August 12 at 4:00 pm Esther Manheimer – Asheville Mayor…
The new Wi-Fi system being installed this fall will be: •…
If you stroll through the terrace level of Timson Hall in…
Deerfield residents understand that by becoming the first Meals on Wheels…
The art program at Deerfield is going strong, offering many opportunities…
As AB Tech undertakes the restoration and renovation of the historic…
Deerfield residents Marilyn and Bill Hubbard are actively involved in the…
You’re Invited! Saturday, May 5 at 6:00 PM Blue Ridge Room
Each Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm until…
Deerfield residents can enjoy the beauty of a snowfall without the…